British barrister: 'Too stupid' for U.S. to follow European courts

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  1. Revmitchell

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    A British barrister who specializes in religious liberty cases says it's foolish for American courts to incorporate European jurisprudence into U.S. case law.....

    ....Diamond says that these courts are "extremely poor quality," and if Americans want to sacrifice what the founding fathers established with their blood for those judicial opinions, then it would be -- in his words -- "too stupid."


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  2. StefanM

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    I agree. Using European case law to decide American policy is unwise at best and reckless at worst.
     

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