Judgment Photos on Townhall

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    Posted: 1/11/2012 5:00:46 PM EST
    FILE - In this April 30,2009 file photo, Tim Blixseth arrives at the federal courthouse in Missoula, Mont. Creditors in the long-running bankruptcy case of Montana's ultra-exclusive Yellowstone Club are due in court Tuesday Jan.10, 2012, to ask a federal judge to finalize a $40 million judgment against club founder Blixseth, who the judge has said defrauded the club prior to its financial collapse. (AP Photo/Mike Albans, File)
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    Posted: 1/11/2012 5:00:46 PM EST
    FILE - This undated file photo shows the Yellowstone Club near Big Sky, Mont. Creditors in the long-running bankruptcy case of Montana's ultra-exclusive Yellowstone Club are due in court Tuesday Jan.10, 2012, to ask a federal judge to finalize a $40 million judgment against club founder Tim Blixseth, who the judge has said defrauded the club prior to its financial collapse. (AP Photo/Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Erik Petersen, File)
  •  - Jailed former army chief Sarath Fonseka arrives with prison officers at the high court in Colombo

    Jailed former army chief Sarath Fonseka arrives with prison officers at the high court in Colombo

    Posted: 12/16/2011 6:47:49 AM EST
    Jailed former army chief Sarath Fonseka arrives with prison officers at the high court in Colombo December 16, 2011. A unanimous decision by a three-judge appeal court bench dismissed Fonseka's appeal against the second court martial judgment of a 30-month jail term. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CRIME LAW)
  •  - Jailed former army chief Sarath Fonseka leaves with prison officers at the high court in Colombo

    Jailed former army chief Sarath Fonseka leaves with prison officers at the high court in Colombo

    Posted: 12/16/2011 6:44:03 AM EST
    Jailed former army chief Sarath Fonseka leaves with prison officers at the high court in Colombo December 16, 2011. A unanimous decision by a three-judge appeal court bench dismissed Fonseka's appeal against the second court martial judgment of a 30-month jail term. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MILITARY)
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    Posted: 11/2/2011 2:05:47 PM EST
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, centre, arrives for his hearing at the High Court in London, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011. Assange has lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden to answer sex crime allegations. In a judgment Wednesday, Judges John Thomas and Duncan Ousely said that Assange, who was in court to hear the verdict, should be sent to Sweden to be questioned over the alleged rape of one woman and the molestation of another in Stockholm last year. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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    Posted: 11/2/2011 2:05:47 PM EST
    The founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange, center, arrives for his extradition hearing at the High Court in London, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011. Assange is returning to court to learn if he will be sent to Sweden to answer sex crime allegations. The 40-year-old was awaiting a judgment scheduled to be delivered Wednesday on his appeal against extradition. Swedish authorities want to question Assange over the alleged rape of one woman and the molestation of another in Stockholm last year. Assange denies wrongdoing, and insists the case is politically motivated. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
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    Posted: 11/2/2011 2:05:47 PM EST
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, centre, is surrounded by media, aides and police as he arrives for his hearing at the High Court in London, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011. Assange has lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden to answer sex crime allegations. In a judgment Wednesday, Judges John Thomas and Duncan Ousely said that Assange, who was in court to hear the verdict, should be sent to Sweden to be questioned over the alleged rape of one woman and the molestation of another in Stockholm last year. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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    Posted: 11/2/2011 2:05:46 PM EST
    The founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange, center, arrives for his extradition hearing at the High Court in London, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011. Assange is returning to court to learn if he will be sent to Sweden to answer sex crime allegations. The 40-year-old was awaiting a judgment scheduled to be delivered Wednesday on his appeal against extradition. Swedish authorities want to question Assange over the alleged rape of one woman and the molestation of another in Stockholm last year. Assange denies wrongdoing, and insists the case is politically motivated. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
  •  - File photo of doomsday prophet Harold Camping

    File photo of doomsday prophet Harold Camping

    Posted: 10/20/2011 9:04:32 PM EST
    Harold Camping, 89, the California evangelical broadcaster who predicted that Judgment Day will come on May 21, 2011, is seen during an interview at Family Stations Inc. offices in Oakland, California in this May 16, 2011 file still image taken from video. Camping, whose end-of-the-world prophecy earlier this year stirred a global media frenzy, has vanished from the public eye and airwaves ahead of his recalibrated doomsday date, set for October 21, 2011. REUTERS/Reuters Television/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 10/10/2011 1:50:47 PM EST
    Britain's Prime Minster David Cameron delivers a speech on immigration at the Institute for Government in London, Monday Oct. 10, 2011. In addition to speaking on immigration, Cameron said he won't make any instant judgment on whether Britain's top defence minister broke rules in his dealings with a close friend who worked in the defence industry. Defence Secretary Liam Fox is alleged to have acted inappropriately in allowing his former housemate and best man Adam Werritty access to Britain's defense ministry buildings and to meetings.(AP Photo/Olli Scarff,pool)
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    Posted: 10/10/2011 1:50:47 PM EST
    Britain's Prime Minster David Cameron delivers a speech on immigration at the Institute for Government in London, Monday Oct. 10, 2011. In addition to speaking on immigration, Cameron said he won't make any instant judgment on whether Britain's top defence minister broke rules in his dealings with a close friend who worked in the defence industry. Defence Secretary Liam Fox is alleged to have acted inappropriately in allowing his former housemate and best man Adam Werritty access to Britain's defense ministry buildings and to meetings.(AP Photo/Oli Scarff,pool)
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    Posted: 10/10/2011 1:50:47 PM EST
    Britain's Prime Minster David Cameron delivers a speech on immigration at the Institute for Government in London, Monday Oct. 10, 2011. In addition to speaking on immigration, Cameron said he won't make any instant judgment on whether Britain's top defence minister broke rules in his dealings with a close friend who worked in the defence industry. Defence Secretary Liam Fox is alleged to have acted inappropriately in allowing his former housemate and best man Adam Werritty access to Britain's defense ministry buildings and to meetings.(AP Photo/Olli Scarff,pool)
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    Posted: 10/10/2011 1:50:47 PM EST
    Britain's Prime Minster David Cameron delivers a speech on immigration at the Institute for Government in London, Monday Oct. 10, 2011. In addition to speaking on immigration, Cameron said he won't make any instant judgment on whether Britain's top defence minister broke rules in his dealings with a close friend who worked in the defence industry. Defence Secretary Liam Fox is alleged to have acted inappropriately in allowing his former housemate and best man Adam Werritty access to Britain's defense ministry buildings and to meetings.(AP Photo/Olli Scarff,pool)
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 9:18:49 PM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 7:59:38 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 7:59:13 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 7:54:18 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 7:53:49 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 7:43:49 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 6:48:49 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski