Friday, August 31, 2001

Two stories in yesterday's paper. That woman in the Oklahoma city police lab testified in one guy's trial that his DNA was found in the semen found at a crime scene. There was never any semen. He was executed last year. And a guy in jail for burning down his family's house killing his children--the prosecutor whited out bits of the material they turned over to his lawyer that clearly a) exonerated him, b) put the blame on his
firebug son.

A federal judge for the first time upholds the ban (Florida) on gay adoptions. He says that homosexual unions are not as stable and are more stigmatizing. Like this ruling helps that. But he did turn out the rationale amazingly enough offered by the state of Florida that the law expressed the state's moral disapproval of homosexuality.

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