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Cool Justice Editor's Note: There was in fact no foreseeable threat of disruption. This is among the errors by judges who have touched this case. The alleged "foreseeable threat of disruption" was concocted after the fact by douche bag school bosses and their lying lawyers, who also conspired to steal an election and cover up the true results.
Our ‘Unasked Hardball Question of the Day’ is: Can someone be punished because a judge sees a foreseeable threat? Sotomayor thinks so—and her stance on this issue is more than a mere comment, but a well thought out interpretation of the law. The application of which has serious ramification for our civil liberties should our country ever face civil unrest or opposition to the current administration.
Judge Sonia Sotomayor sat on a panel that ruled against an appeal in Doninger v. Niehoff. The case was argued on March 4, 2008 and decided on May 29, 2008.