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August 31, 2006


China Law Blog

I went on Fox News to discuss the Natalie Holloway case. I was purportedly there as an expert on international law. I told Fox (countless times actually) that I knew nothing about Aruba law and I knew nothing about criminal law. So on live TV, in front of millions of people (and my mother, my wife, and my two kids), the first question they asked me was about Aruba's criminal law. I answered it as though I had been an Aruban criminal defense attorney my whole life. Welcome to TV.

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