"A hundred and 25 billion is like an anchor for families with kids in public schools," said David Crane, a Stanford University lecturer who writes on state pensions. "It drags down the performance of schools because the money doesn't even make it into the classroom. It's a really big problem."
"It is an odd presentation if the genocide was not allowed to go forward," said Mr. Crane, who is now a law professor at Syracuse University. "They would almost have to dance around the obvious. Now we have a complete indictment that captures all the offenses that have taken place."