Uh oh ... apparently, there's some heavy judiciatin' going down today:
U.S. Supreme Court hears Black appeal Tuesday
Conrad Black is taking his fight to the U.S. Supreme Court in a last-ditch appeal that, if successful, could grant him the vindication he has long dreamed of and cast doubt on a controversial law used to trap white-collar criminals.
The former media mogul, who gave up his Canadian citizenship to become a member of the British House of Lords, has been serving a 6½-year term at the federal prison in Coleman, Fla., for fraud and obstruction of justice. He will not be present at the hearing in Washington on Tuesday.
I await the thoughtful and nuanced position of Captain Canada Stephen Taylor, for whom even a whiff of legalistic impropriety on the part of non-citizens is enough for him opine, "HAHAHAHA! OMFG! LOL! ROTFLMAO!"
Or something like that.