Black out

Lipscomb takes his story to Anglo Amarillo and hopes it plays better than prosecutors'

Of course, that's a trained mind speaking. I like to base my own decisions more on just walking around downtown looking at people. And having done a bit of that up here in the first part of this week, I understand why at least two of Lipscomb's lawyers would rather be almost anywhere but here.

No black people.

Al Lipscomb would rather fight than quit -- even in Amarillo.
Martin Menocal
Al Lipscomb would rather fight than quit -- even in Amarillo.

But the die is not yet cast. And the world is infinitely complex -- even Amarillo. The ultimate factor is going to be which travels better: the government's case or Al Lipscomb's personality. That smart judge I went to lunch with in Dallas before coming up here said anybody who doesn't believe Al Lipscomb can charm a West Texan "doesn't know Mr. Lipscomb."

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