“I understand that both former Rep Bob Barr and former FBI Director William Sessions have serious doubts about this one. I trust both men to be level headed and in no way sympathetic to cop-killers”
“Edgar Smith (born 1934) is an American convicted murderer, who was once on Death Row for the 1957 murder of fifteen-year-old honor student and cheer leader Victoria Ann Zielinski. Vigorously contesting his conviction through the courts and in the media, Smith became a celebrity, and his case was argued in public most notably by William F. Buckley, Jr. He eventually succeeded in winning a retrial and negotiating a reduced sentence. Smith was released only to be incarcerated for a second time for the kidnapping and attempted murder of Lefteriya Ozbun in 1976.”
Need I say more.
Perhaps a bit more like, just perhaps, how your comments about Buckley relate to the present matter.