Monday, July 18, 2005

Keller On Miller's Life Behind Bars: Bad Food But Good Spirits Keller On Miller's Life Behind Bars: Bad Food But Good Spirits

Let's see if I get this. Reporter is told by the U.S. Supreme Court to respond to questions by a grand jury. She refuses. Judge finds her in contempt. She goes to jail until she speaks, as required by the grand jury.

The NYT is now moaning that the food isn't as nice as in their own cafeteria in the jail in which she is housed. Taranto would probably include a small violin with this post for all the sympathy this invokes outside the confines of the NYT.

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