Looks like the multi-front disciplinary campaign against 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Chief Judge Alex Kozinski is falling silent.

The U.S. Judicial Conference dismissed an appeal by a former top judiciary staffer, in which Kozinski was accused of allegedly breaking federal law when he disabled the court’s Internet monitoring systems back in 2001. The staffer, Ralph Mecham, alleged that former Chief Justice William Rehnquist took a dim view of Kozinski’s actions and said that Kozinski should watch his porn at home.

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