The North Carolina Senate has completed the fiscal impacts analysis of Senate Bill 187, the bill to make EPA’s PM2.5 air pollution experiments on humans a felony (on par with assassinating the Governor).
According to the analysis, the estimated cost of trying an EPA researcher is a maximum of $6,552 in court and corrections costs — including a public defender. Best of all, the analysis notes,
Prison Section: No cost (excess bed space projected for at least five years)
Chin up, though. While you’ve violated the Nuremberg Code, you won’t be getting Nuremberg-type justice.