The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

16 April 2004

Restrained indeed

The New York Times reports:

A New York State Supreme Court justice ruled yesterday that the liberal talk-radio network, Air America Radio, be put back on the air in Chicago, a day after it was dropped there because of a contract dispute. Justice Marylin G. Diamond issued a restraining order that would allow Air America's programs to be switched on today. Air America must post a $156,000 bond, a condition that its chairman, Evan Cohen, said the company would meet.

"Unbelievable," says Matt at Overtaken by Events.

I believe it just fine. Surely this is the same Justice Diamond who reported receiving threatening letters two years ago, which, said an FBI profiler who paid dues as a detective for the NYPD, were likely written by Diamond herself, perhaps in an effort to justify an expanded security detail. I have to think that if she actually did come up with a scheme like that, she can come up with a justification for any injunction imaginable.

Posted at 10:48 PM to Political Science Fiction


I remember that judge. I'm shocked she's still on the bench. No, wait. It's NY. I'm surprised she's not governor or senator yet.

Posted by: susanna at 11:29 PM on 16 April 2004

Well, Senator is probably out, since she actually has roots in New York. :)

Posted by: CGHill at 9:47 PM on 17 April 2004