John DemjanjukThe U.S. Justice Department may indeed get their man this time even if justice is tossed out the window. Retired auto worker John Demjanjuk has been deported to Germany where he will be charged — this time — with complicity in Nazi crimes at Poland’s Sobibor concentration camp. Why emphasize “this time”?  Well, the now 89-year-old Ohioan was put through several legal wringers beginning 30 years ago because he was supposed to be “Ivan the Terrible,” the sadistic prison guard from Treblinka, a completely different camp.  Turns out he wasn’t Ivan after all.

The first day of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor’s confirmation hearings made two things clear. First, her chances of being confirmed are better than 50-50. Second, she is in for a rough ride.

Norma McCorveyAs Sonia Sotomayor faces tough questions about her stance on the volatile abortion issue, pro-life protesters have made their presence known. Earlier today, Norma McCorvey, the former 'Jane Roe,' was one of four people arrested just outside the confirmation hearings.

painAttorney General Eric Holder is on the verge of appointing a special prosecutor to investigate felony torture under the Bush administration.

Chain GangA rash of articles has surfaced deploring pervasive rape among inmates in U.S. jails and prisons. The July 8 opinion piece in the Washington Times by Lovisa Stannow, executive director of Just Detention International (formerly Stop Prisoner Rape) inadvertently highlighted two national disgraces: prison rapes and the U.S. rate of prisoner release, a shocking 95 percent of all inmates. If this statistic is even close to accurate, no wonder our nation’s streets are awash in violent crime by repeat offenders with long “rap sheets."

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