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Thursday, June 28, 2018

Supreme Court Denies Ross Ulbricht Pertition

Ross Ulbricht at USP Florence Maximum-Security Penitentiary
Some terrible news today, the Supreme Court has turned down a petition by Ross Ulbricht.

CERTIORARI DENIED
16-6308 GRAHAM, AARON V. UNITED STATES
16-6761 CAIRA, FRANK V. UNITED STATES
16-7314 RIOS, ANTONIO V. UNITED STATES
16-9536 ALEXANDER, TYRAN M. V. UNITED STATES
17-243 ABDIRAHMAN, LIBAN H. V. UNITED STATES
17-425 WASS, SHAWN W. V. IDAHO
17-701 RICHARDS, JAMES W. V. UNITED STATES
17-840 CASH, TORIE A. V. UNITED STATES
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17-950 ULBRICHT, ROSS W. V. UNITED STATES
17-1002 UNITED STATES V. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.
17-1087 FIRST RESORT, INC. V. HERRERA, DENNIS J., ET AL.
17-1369 MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL, ET AL. V. GREATER BALTIMORE CENTER
17-5943 RILEY, MONTAI V. UNITED STATES
17-6256 PATRICK, DAMIAN V. UNITED STATES
17-6892 WILFORD, RICHARD A. V. UNITED STATES
17-7220 BORMUTH, PETER C. V. JACKSON COUNTY, MI
17-7769 GRAY, RONALD V. UNITED STATES
 The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.

President Trump has stated that he would consider pardons requested by NFL players.

Does anyone out there no an NFL player that would be willing to submit Ross Ulbricht's name to the President? If so please email me.

  -RW  

2 comments:

  1. As far as I can tell, the only self-described libertarian among NFL players appears to be former punter Chris Kluwe.

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  2. The Mises Institute interviewed linebacker Jacob Lindsey (Harvard) last year. I don't know if he's with an NFL team right now, though.

    Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbnAd38FnRw

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