Straight Out of Rosedale: Mississippi’s Sudden Interest in Limiting State Lawsuits While Google Sues Attorney General Jim Hood

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You can’t make this stuff up.  It reads like a subplot of a John Grisham novel with that vague warning that it could swing back across the stage as a plot twist in the third act to smash into the ending with a vengeance, carrying streaming guidons reading  “Here am I, the one true ending, send me.”   A single bugle sputtering a few bars of Garry Owen in the darkest gloom of dawn at Vicksburg.  The General, perhaps.

In a strange twist of fate worthy of Robert Johnson at the crossroads, a number of events transpired in recent weeks involving Mississippi State Attorney General Jim Hood who is being sued by Google for having the audacity to investigate a variety of potentially unsavory business practices having to do with sex, drugs and yes, rock and roll.

The timeline on this is that Hood served Google with a…

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