Shockingly, the government has another trick up its sleeve to stall on producing the Ed Peters immunity agreement. Taking a page out of Dean Smith’s playbook, the DOJ has gone into the four corners.

Note: The four corners offense is an offensive strategy for stalling in basketball. Four of the players stand in the corners of the offensive half-court and the fifth dribbles the ball in the middle. Most of the time the point guard stays in the middle, but the middle player would periodically switch, temporarily, with one of the corner players.

Amazingly, I was unable to find a decent video of the four corners offense despite an exhaustive (10 minutes on You Tube) search.

Here is the DOJ’s letter .

I can sue DOJ to try to get a judge to order production of the agreement, but not until the appeal is decided. I’m sure DOJ will be in a big hurry to rule on (deny) the appeal. I’m starting to see how Yossarian felt.

  • somslawyer

    Don’t give up. This is an important question of public importance.

  • Trudy

    With Judge Delaughter going to prison for 18 months, this is more important than ever. Keep up the good fight.

  • EJaneWench

    Do you have readers young enough not to remember the 4 corners offense?