The Anchorage Daily Fish-Wrapper is bemoaning a recent decision by federal prosecutors, who announced they will not seek charges against Ben Stevens (former President of the Alaska State Senate and son of the late Senator Ted Stevens).
The investigation was part of the investigation of corruption in the State legislature which began back in 2006, and which sent a few of the (let's say) less-distinguished legislators to prison. You'll probably remember that Ted Stevens was also convicted, and that the conviction was later dismissed due to prosecutorial misconduct (withholding of evidence, et al - a little legal lingo, there).
So the Justice Department screwed up. Two of the convicted legislators are awaiting new trials, and a third is trying to get one, too.
However, that's not good enough. The left-leaning ... oh, let's try that again. The frequently far-left Anchorage newspaper is crying because the dismissal of charges against the younger Stevens isn't good enough for them. Never mind that the action constitutes a tacit admission that there's insufficient evidence to bring charges. The paper-cum-fishwrapper-cum-puppy trainer wants CLOSURE. They claim it's "justice unfinished". (Note: I'd provide a link to the editorial, but they get enough traffic already.)
Get over it; it's done. Don't you folks have another anti-Palin article ready for print? Come on, it's been at least 24 hours since the last one.
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In happier news, the sun is shining, and the weekend beckons. Be careful out there, and have fun!