Making a long story longer
I'm kind enough not to bore you with this stuff in person.
The AJC is covering the Bill Campbell trial in blog form.
“Campbell, 52, who is charged with seven counts of racketeering, income tax evasion and bribery, walked into court today saying that he had slept restfully.”
They say that when you get arrested and locked up, the innocent tend to fret and despair, while the guilty usually go right to sleep. Not the exact same situation, but still interesting to note.
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