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Saturday, January 05, 2008

HEARST FIGHTS BACK--someone must think we don't live in a totalitarian dictatorship--something new.

SOMEONE IN THIS DAMN WORLD DOESN'T ROLL OVER AND PLAY DEAD: On the unsealing and unblacking out of the blacked out damn names:

"The public's right of access cannot coexist with government efforts to limit or control disclosure of judicial records through means of selective disclosure, much less where premised on representations that cannot be squared with the facts," Hearst said."

"In a four-page brief filed Friday with the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Hearst said the government "may have been violating the very same sealing order it was defending" when it gave former Senate majority leader George Mitchell permission to publish the names of players accused of using performance-enhancing drugs by Radomski. Hearst contends they were the same names contained in the affidavit of IRS Special Agent Jeff Novitzky."

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