Death penalty space case

This article on shows an example where the presence of absence of a space can directly change the meaning of a phrase, as seen in the contrast beween the subhead and the paragraph it was intending to quote:

Not atypical death penalty case

Toobin said Brinkema’s next step likely will “depend on how uncomfortable the judge is with the whole case. I think the biggest problem is that she is uncomfortable with the government’s entire theory here.”

Moussaoui’s is not a typical death penalty case, Toobin explained.

Published in: on March 13, 2006 at 2:50 pm  Leave a Comment  

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