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Monday, January 23, 2006

Activists take campaign to top judge's elegant domain

an Glaister in Los Angeles
Monday January 23, 2006
The Guardian

Justice David Souter has a very nice home. A pretty 200-year-old wooden farmhouse, it is set in eight acres (three hectares) of land in the small town of Weare, New Hampshire.
Justice Souter, one of nine judges on the US supreme court in Washington, does not visit his New Hampshire home too often. Taking advantage of a supreme court ruling, activists plan to confiscate his home to build a hotel.
In June last year Justice Souter sided with a 5-4 majority on the supreme court upholding the right of government to seize private property for commercial development.


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