Today’s web update of CAAF’s daily journal included a grant of this unlikely issue: “WHETHER THE LOWER COURT ERRED WHEN IT HELD THAT APPELLANT’S UTTERANCE OF ‘MMMM-MMMM-MMMM’ WAS LEGALLY SUFFICIENT TO SUPPORT A CONVICTION FOR INDECENT LANGUAGE.” United States v. Green, __ M.J. ___, No. 09-0133/MC (C.A.A.F. Apr. 17, 2009). NMCCA’s unpublished opinion in the case is available here. United States v. Green, No. 200800005 (N-M. Ct. Crim. App. Aug. 28, 2008).

4 Responses to “CAAF issues new grant”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow, what an important issue to resolve. Congress needs to have a little chat with CAAF.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It shouldn’t have been a caaf case, the cca should have resolved this, no strike that. It shouldn’t been on the charge sheet to begin with.


  3. Socrates says:

    Did the court reporter spell “MMMM” correctly?

    Two M’s sounds rather playful and innocent: “MM”

    With only three M’s, it sounds quite decent: “MMM”

    But FOUR M’s. Well THAT is obscene! “MMMM” Not in polite company.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Ah, the Campbell soup case.