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Magistrate judge retires after Facebook comments about ‘snowflakes’ and ‘nut cases’

ABA Journal Friday, 18 August 2017
A part-time magistrate judge in Georgia has resigned after his Facebook comments about “snowflake” counterprotesters and “nut cases” who tear down Confederate statues.

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