Meese is an embarrassment to more than “the ideal of “Equal Justice Under Law.” As a graduate of the School of Law (Boalt Hall) at U.C. Berkeley, one year (1959) behind Meese, I am embarrassed every time I hear or see his name. Meese’s dangerous drivel brings shame to the memory of the great professors who valiantly attempted to teach him law.
Not only is Meese a menace to the administration of justice, he is a menace to most of the social advancements our civilization has made in the last two generations. He epitomizes the deficient moral and intellectual integrity in this Administration’s pervasive hypocrisy.
J. HAROLD WILLIAMS