Legally Conservative

Repeat Offender Judges

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a notable opinion in iWong v. Belmontes,/i summarily reversing a divided panel of (big surprise) the Ninth Circuit. It's notable for the sole reason that this was the third time the Supreme Court had to take up this case. Belmontes brutally bludgeoned a woman to death. His reason? To steal and sell her stereo for the $100 he needed for beer and drugs that night. Justly sentenced to death, Belmontes has been continually mollycoddled by "arch activist" Judge Stephen Reinhardt.

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