Unfortunately, I often only have a short time in the early morning each day to post stories on this blog. Given the pressures of classes, litigation, and traveling, I will often miss typos or automatically “corrected” words that are errors. I apologize for those errors, but we have no staff or copy editors on this blog. We welcome any suggested corrections. You can post corrections below. Thanks again for your help and your understanding.

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    1. Dear Mr. Turley,
      As others have said, you are objective and a clear thinker.

      I rely on you for a balanced appraisal of almost any legal issue, even when I don’t agree with your conclusion.

      Be of good courage and stay the course.

  1. June 10th: ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE…first sentence reads “I was been” and should be “I have been.”

  2. Hi Jonathan. Came across your website and enjoy reading your perspective on things. I wanted to comment on Mueller’s conflicts and one that I have read about for 2 years was answered regarding him interviewing for FBI job. Here is a apart of an article that talks about this.

    Trump publicly claimed Mueller had conflicts of interest and was turned down for FBI job. Trump aides told investigators none of that was true.
    Trump tweeted on July 29, 2018: “Is Robert Mueller ever going to release his conflicts of interest with respect to President Trump, including the fact that we had a very nasty & contentious business relationship, I turned him down to head the FBI (one day before appointment as S.C.) & Comey is his close friend.”

    Mueller’s report (p. 80, Volume 2) makes clear that Trump’s close aides told Trump there were no true conflicts of interests. Steve Bannon told Trump that one of his conflict of interest arguments — that Mueller disputed membership fees at Trump’s Virginia golf course — was “ridiculous and petty.” Also, Mueller never went to the White House looking for a job, and the Justice Department cleared Mueller of ethical concerns preventing him from the special counsel role.

    “As for Mueller’s interview for FBI Director, Bannon recalled that the White House had invited Mueller to speak to the President to offer a perspective on the institution of the FBI. Bannon said that, although the White House thought about beseeching Mueller to become Director again, he did not come in looking for the job,” Mueller’s report said.

  3. Please help,

    Ooopsy, I accidentally posted my email address in the name block when commenting on this link:

    This was my comment:

    April 4, 2019 at 6:46 PM

    Thanks again everyone and congratulations on the latest milestone.

    Thank you for providing a censorship free platform on the intertubes where people may espouse ideas/opinions that can be weighed/measured in a public forum that spans the globe.

    Please leave the comment if possible – just scrub the email addy.

    Thank you

  4. A question on your essay from June 11, 2012 “Report: Muslim Cleric Describes Gay Worm And How Satan Makes All Non-Shiites Passive Homosexuals”:
    Did you ever get any confirmation as to whether the the fundamentalist speech of imam Yasser Al Habib on passive homosexuality was a hoax?

  5. Professor Turley,

    I was linked to a story where I was arrested. The charges were false and the case itself involved a local Sheriff with a personal conflict. Unfortunately, years after the charges were dismissed, the online story on your website follows my name and makes employment and business relationships difficult. I can send you the dismissal…please let me know if you can help.

  6. I believe that the “dog park” paper you referenced in the St. Lawrence U/ Collins article has been revealed to be a hoax.

  7. Professor Turley, I so appreciate your perspective. When I’m conflicted or confused I always go to you first for a clear and objective analysis of the matter. As a conservative I’m especially appreciative of your unbiased viewpoint. Thank you!

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