The latest entry from Tom Crawford, writing at his new blog Human Behavior, on Thurbert Baker’s questionable decisions. It’s a lengthy study (by blog standards), on why Thurbert failed to prevail:
Baker’s chances of running any kind of competitive race in the Democratic primary were really killed by a decision he made more than three years ago in June 2007. That was when he was in the middle of the legal farce known as the Genarlow Wilson case.
Schrenko’s case was one of the worst instances of public corruption in the state’s history. As Georgia’s top legal official, Baker would have been fully authorized to haul her before a grand jury and launch a criminal prosecution.
For added fun, he’s singled out some of your favorite and not so favorite bloggers in Some people just shouldn’t make predictions.
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