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Nothing that can be said

This space has been dark almost all week.

The Legal Genealogist has nothing to say that can be said.

There are more than 102,800 men, women and children dead in America from COVID-19 — almost a third of the 365,500 deaths in the world to date.

It took four days for there to be an arrest in the George Floyd case despite video evidence. Only one of those involved has been arrested even yet.

And our cities are burning.

There is, literally, nothing I can say.


So this will have to speak for me.

Cite/link to this post: Judy G. Russell, “Nothing to say,” The Legal Genealogist ( : posted 30 May 2020).

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