Convicted, disbarred, disgraced shyster Lynne Stewart to teach ethics class

Insanity on the double: Only in America?

thanks to Michelle Malkin


Ugly is as ugly does…

Lynne Stewart, who was found guilty of conspiring with terrorist Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, will be speaking October 16 at Hofstra Law School’s “Legal Ethics: Lawyering on the Edge,” in Hempstead, New York.

* In a sane world she would be shunned. The question that should be asked is why she was not hanged for high treason…

The speaking engagement comes only a year after Stewart was sentenced to twenty-eight months in prison on charges of conspiracy and providing material support to terrorists.

You’ll love how Hofstra University describes the convicted, disbarred, disgraced jihad lawyer in its press release about the upcoming conference:

As usual, Hofstra Law School’s Legal Ethics Conference will feature many additional prominent experts in the field of ethics, as well as preeminent criminal defense and civil rights practitioners, including Hofstra Law’s own Professor Monroe Freedman; Hofstra Law Professor Leon Friedman; Professor Stephen Gillers from New York University School of Law; Adam Liptak, the national legal correspondent for The New York Times; Professor Abbe Smith from Georgetown University Law Center; Lynne Stewart, who has defended many unpopular clients over the years.


* ‘Unpopular clients?’ Murderous, genocidal scumbags would be a more appropriate description. But hey, who are we to judge? One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter, right?


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3 thoughts on “Convicted, disbarred, disgraced shyster Lynne Stewart to teach ethics class”

  1. That picture at the top – is that her?

    Straight up, I thought it was a man.

    And still ugly even for a man.

  2. “In a sane world….”

    That’s the key phrase. We live in an insane world where evil is considered heroic.

    And yes indeed, that is one ugly creature. Almost as ugly as its LACK of ethics.

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