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Judicial ethics office vs Kline = the pot calling the kettle black

This is day 6 of seven scheduled days aimed at convicting former Kansas AG Phill Kline of violating the Kansas Rules of Professional Conduct .

But it now looks as if the Kansas Supreme Court’s ‘ethical watchdogs’ (the Office of the Disciplinary Administrator, headed by Stanton Hazlett) used ‘evidence’ gained in clear violation of those very rules.

UPDATE: Day 7 news here, here and here. Day 8 here, here, here, and here.

Last week, it was revealed that a compact disc of abortion-related data developed during the Kline administration somehow ended up with George Tiller’s legal team during AG Steve Six’s administration.  According to the ‘official’ story as explained on Friday,

Tiller’s attorney, Dan Monnat, ‘just found the disc laying on a courtroom table after a Nov. 2008 hearing in Wichita,’ and some time later turned this disc over to Hazlett’s office.

Today’s testimony from (more…)

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