Scott Horton’s TruthOut article was the last MilJus related activity that earned the guano crazy designation, here. But I would have to say that AFCCA’s docket administration is just about there. Here is another petition, and the related docketing notice (here), to CAAF seeking expedited review due to a case languishing in appellate review–and this petitioner is in confinement!
Now if the Navy Judge Advocate General was crazy enough to appoint me to the Court of Criminal Appeals (and that’s guano crazy), I would think as a judge I would prioritize appellate review of those cases where the appellant was still sitting in confinement. Now that’s me. Yet the appellant/petitioner in Carter v. Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals, Misc. Dkt. No. 13-8006/AF, submitted his brief in August 2011 and still doesn’t have a decision from the Air Force Court. The petition also notes that AFCCA now has 83 cases that exceed the 18-month Moreno-standard. Is that not guano crazy after Moreno?