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So How Is Your 2015 So Far?


Hi kids, I'm tanned, rested and ready for 2015 -- bring it on!

But for some -- like Alan Dershowitz -- it's not starting so good:
"These lawyers engaged in unethical behavior and should be disbarred,'' he said. "It's the legal equivalent of scribbling something on a toilet stall and then running away. They didn't think there would be any response, and they will rue the day that they filed this unethical complaint because they, I believe, will be disbarred."
Compare the Borough Park Jewish Avenger's response to that of Buckingham Palace, which was slightly more restrained:
A palace spokesman, who is not named per custom, pointed out Friday that Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, is not a direct party to the "ongoing civil proceedings in the United States." Andrew is a son of Queen Elizabeth II and a brother of Prince Charles, the next in line for the British throne.
"As such we would not comment on the detail," the palace spokesman said. "However, for the avoidance of doubt, any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue."
Zzzzzzz.

You can read the blockbuster complaint here.

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