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July 14, 2006


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Kimball Corson

I think the title could as well have been "Are Judges Not Political?"


I am a former atty..have not practiced in more than a decade..have not studied con law since the early eighties...I just read the Plame civil complaint with great interest..however, it seems all the causes of action are predicated on Bivens..my sense is that Bivens is very narrow..does this mean that the Plame case is susceptible to a motion to dismiss....it would be great to read some great legal analysis by someone who knows this area..thanks.

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