Law professor Glenn Reynolds this morning at Instapundit:
ALL THE GOVERNOR'S MEN: The Spitzer scandal news just keeps on coming. You have to wonder if this fast-and-loose approach to the law suddenly started when he became Governor, or if it characterized his behavior as a prosecutor, too. Governor Nifong?What about reaction to the "Governor Nifong" – I mean Spitzer story?
Has Duke’s President Brodhead issued a statement saying whatever Spitzer did “is bad enough?”
Is Brodhead looking forward to a trial at which Spitzer will have his chance to be “proved innocent?”
Will Chronicle Editor David Graham put a news blackout on the Spitzer story as The Chronicle did when Until Proven Innocent co-author Stuart Taylor spoke critically at Duke about some of The Chronicle's favorite administrators and faculy?
And what about Spitzer himself?
Will Spitzer use Brodhead's “the facts kept changing” defense?
Has Spitzer said "it’s time to move on?”
The disbarred Nifong told us here in Durham he “wants to help lead the healing.”
If Nifong offers to do the same in Albany, will Spitzer invite him up?
Update: A Chronicle news blackout reports Duke student newspaper's blackout of Until Proven Innocent co-author Stuart Taylor's speech at Duke.
The Chronicle has refused to explain its blackout.