Roman Polanski’s Freedom — and Unmitigated Gall

In an op-ed in The Washington Post, Eugene Robinson writes: “After authorities announced Monday that they were denying the U.S. request to have Polanski extradited, one of the famed auteur’s lawyers called the decision ‘an enormous satisfaction and a great relief after the pain suffered by Roman Polanski and his family.’ That statement should stand as the definitive textbook example of unmitigated gall.