Wednesday, July 25, 2007

"Goodfellas" Noted

Epistemoligical Dilemma
For Civics Students:
What Is 'The Town?'

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Collective Conduct":

I stand corrected on the chronology of the Felician Sisters court saga. But in the end, I was correct, the Courts found in favor of the good Sisters and that the Town had acted illegally (screwed the Sisters). And again, the "Town" is inanimate. It was not the "Town" that acted against the Sisters but the "Goodfellas".

Posted by Anonymous to The Cool Justice Report at 4:48 AM

  • Collective Conduct

  • "Goodfellas," Enfield Style


    Anonymous said...

    All the recent Enfield political "shenanigans" pale in comparison to Monday's tragedy in Cheshire.
    So found it very disturbing that media has to "include" that one of the suspects attended Asnuntuck Community College. Am betting the Asnuntuck staff is none too happy to see their lil'school in the same article as these thugs. Amazing what media will do for story. How is that newsworthy?

    "Public defender David Smith, Komisarjevsky's attorney, said his client attended a year of schooling at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield. Dunnell set Komisarjevsky's bail at $15 million and transferred the case to New Haven with an Aug. 7 continuance date."

    Anonymous said...

    Did this scrum-bag actually attend the Asnuntuck campus? Or did he
    attend college while in prison?
    That thought truly disgusts me. Our tax dollars supporting criminals to go to college.

    Anonymous said...

    Mkes me sick to think that criminals such as these monsters will be cared for, for the rest of lives, with my tax dollars. And will likely be able to retunr to college via this program Unreal.