I kind of have this idea that young law school graduates think they’re going
to change the world, right the wrongs, and fight the good fight against
Maybe that was the way of it for Bruce Ellison, maybe he thought of himself
as a champion riding into battle on a white horse with the sword of justice
in one hand and clad in the armor of truth.
But somewhere along the line he took a detour, chose the wrong path, and
probably got in over his head-whatever promise his career may have held
evaporated as he became a front man for AIM, and ultimately a participator
and accomplice in the crimes they committed.
In for a penny in for a pound-to deep to get out, and perhaps fearful to
cut the ties that bind. After all others had disappeared and that wasn’t a list
he wanted to be on.
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