ShineonLibby 
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Re: “Stacey Johnson granted stay of execution by the state Supreme Court

Leslie & Lindsey, Thank you for the report. I am not an attorney, so I am assuming the Arkansas judicial system is doing their job and being thorough. Why is Senator Bart Hester angry at the Supreme Court and tweeting Judge Kemps phone#? If Senator Hester, Governor Hutchinson and Attorney General Rutledge wanted to make Supreme Court decisions, then they should have run for a seat on the Supreme Court.

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Posted by ShineonLibby on 04/20/2017 at 12:24 AM

Re: “Circuit judge's restraining order on drug blocks all executions for now

The Arkansas judicial system has been rather active the past few days. They seem to be in agreement with each other about something. McKesson files, McKesson un-files, McKesson files again. Lunge, feint, parry. It is those passive-aggressive types you have to watch out for.

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Posted by ShineonLibby on 04/19/2017 at 11:45 PM

Re: “UPDATE Attorneys for Ledell Lee argue they should be allowed to locate, test DNA evidence collected in 1993 as part of innocence claim

I don't know anything about execution law. I was wondering why the state waits 24 years to execute a death row inmate.

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Posted by ShineonLibby on 04/18/2017 at 7:05 PM

Re: “Supreme Court bars Griffen from hearing cases related to executions

There are only two Arkansas judges that I admire and respect, based on reading several intelligent, fair opinions they wrote about past cases. One is Judge Wendell Griffen and the other is U.S. Judge Kristine Baker. I don't know the reasons for Judge
Griffens actions concerning the executions, but I haven't changed my opinion of him or of U.S. Judge Kristine Baker. In the past two years, we have been saturated with stories of judges and legislators engaging in unethical, deceitful behavior and in some cases criminal activity. I still trust Judge Griffen's sense of integrity more than I trust the integrity of the rest of the Arkansas government. I think Attorney General Rutledge and Governor Hutchinson have handled the executions with the grace and competence of two bulls in a china shop. I question their timing and planning, which seems to have inspired a lot of angry posts, where people are impatiently suggesting a variety of violent ways to execute people.

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Posted by ShineonLibby on 04/18/2017 at 6:48 PM

Re: “Tom Cotton's Obamacare repeal dance

Thank you David Ramsey for interpreting for the public what Senator Cotton actually said and did not say in his vague, noncommittal comments about repealing ACA. Senator Cotton isn't as skilled at lying to the public, as most Arkansas politicians are. I suppose telling the truth would completely collapse the political system in Arkansas. It would be ok for him to say he doesn't know what is going to happen with the ACA, but I guess that would make him look like he doesn't know what is going on in the U.S. Congress. As least he showed up and isn't hiding like some Arkansas U.S. Senators and Representatives are. Thanks to the Arkansas Times for treating the public like they have the right to know what is happening in their state and national government.

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Posted by ShineonLibby on 04/18/2017 at 2:29 PM

Re: “Thursday's open line and the video roundup

To words I do not want to see in a sentence: Bomb and Trump

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Posted by ShineonLibby on 04/13/2017 at 6:46 PM

Re: “Hutchinson's Pinto moment

Thank you Rita for that very informative article.

Posted by ShineonLibby on 04/13/2017 at 6:38 PM

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