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Wellons Aftermath

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This AP story by Greg Bluestein is a follow-up to the Supreme Court's famous chocolate genitalia case Wellons v. Hall.

According to the sources in the story, the curiously shaped confection was not a gift from the jury to the judge.  Instead, the package was a gift to a juror, Mary Jo Hooper, by an outside friend, with a note, "Just to remind you of what you're missing."

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Interesting. The redo of Banks pretty much vindicated Thomas' dissent in Banks v. Dretke, and in this case, it seems the dissent will be vindicated as well.

There is a lot less than meets the eye, it seems, in a lot of these death cases.

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