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Bradley's Selective Silence

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Writing on the Atlantic blog, Megan McCardle focuses on Justice Ann Walsh Bradley's handling of  the allegations. 


She writes : I personally am heavily influenced by the fact that Bradley apparently declined to press charges against Prosser, and instead chose to prosecute her grievance by leaking to a reporter--a leak that airbrushed out pertinent details like the fact that she was standing nose-to-nose with him and shaking her fist when he allegedly started choking her. This does not seem to me like the behavior of someone who is confident that the facts will bear her out; it seems, well, like the behavior of a vengeful self-dramatist who inflates petty conflicts into savage attacks for political purposes.

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