Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker has delivered a blistering opening salvo in what he hopes will be a re-examination of the role of the U.S. Supreme Court, calling in a newspaper op-ed piece for what could be considered an act of judicial sedition. The column has been called an "unprecedented attack" and "outrageous" -- but the stance may not be too puzzling for a judge who campaigned by handing out Confederate flags and attending a birthday party for the late founder of the Ku Klux Klan.
Alabama Judge Declares War on U.S. Supreme Court
March 3, 2006
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