He violated Unofficial Rule No. 1 of blogging: Don't blog about work.
... One blogger ridicules a jury deciding his case. Another defendant threatens
a jury deciding his case. So goes the justice system. ...Update
-- I assume this is/was Flea's blog
, as referenced in the first link, based on an astute pre-unmasking post
on a NY law blog. Yeah, I'd agree Flea took some 'giant risks.' ... A cached version of Flea is here.
Or I think it is. I'll stand corrected if not. ...Update II
-- Speaking of the justice system (and on a somewhat different issue), here's more proof
that I initially didn't grasp
the potential significance of Ms. Goodling's testimony. ... Still want to know more about the essence of the case -- why prosecutors were fired. ...Update III
-- Adam has more
on Flea -- including others in the medical profession who have blogged about work at their peril. ...Update IV
-- Adam has found a much better cached version
of Flea, with stupid throw-the-gauntlet-down boasting: "If the plaintiff's lawyer in Flea's upcoming trial is any good at all, she's already Googled Flea. Goodness knows Flea's Googled her. Flea knows where and when she went to high school, college and law school." etc. etc. ... Ha, ha, ha. Well, now you know she's good, Flea. ... Some people just ask for trouble.