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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - New York Law School
::See also: New York University School of Law - Source: Wikipedia
Since his suicide, friends and admirers have cast free-information activist Aaron Swartz as a martyred hero hounded to his death by the government he antagonized. One newspaper columnist _ whose piece on Swartz was accompanied by a photo showing him at his computer, his head encircled by a golden halo _ even compared him to an Internet-age Martin Luther King Jr.
Since his suicide, friends and admirers have cast free-information activist Aaron Swartz as a martyred hero hounded to his death by the government he antagonized.
A federal prosecutor criticized over criminal charges against an Internet activist who killed himself in New York says her office's handling of the case was "appropriate."
In a story July 5 about how Casey Anthony's lawyers blasted news coverage of Anthony's murder trial, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Michelle Zierler taught at New York University School of Law. She teaches at New York Law School.
A federal appellate court decision in Louisiana this week on a birth-certificate dispute may catapult the issue of gay adoption before the U.S. Supreme Court.