Andy Thibault, aka Cool Justice, is as close as we have to a modern-day revolutionary muckraker.
Andy takes up the impossible and makes it possible through dogged determination and by seeing no boundaries when it comes to upholding the justice we all deserve.

ONDI TIMONER, two-time Sundance award-winning documentary filmmaker, director of The Nature of The Beast

Monthly Archives: June 2014

Post Watergate Motto: ‘We Eat Lawyers’ Bones For Breakfast’

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Cool Justice Editor’s Note:
Watch in The Coming Months for ‘More Cool Justice’
– A Sequel to

  • This will be the last regular installment of Cool Justice for 21st Century Media in Connecticut. I have the pleasure of digging into a couple special assignments and expect to have some work in print with our group over the next few months.

    As Cool Justice concludes this chapter, I thought it would be fun to share a few remembrances …

  • Complete column at New Haven Register
  • Also at:

  • Middletown Press
  • Register Citizen
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  • Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information announces open …read more
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  • Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information announces open government award recipients

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  • Fire and brimstone from CCFOI President Jim Smith
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    HARTFORD — A police chief, a state senator, an FOI Commission employee and two journalists have won the annual open government awards from the nonprofit Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information, which has been advocating for freedom of information for six decades.

    Blogger and Digital First Media columnist Andy Thibault received the Stephen A. Collins Award for his dogged pursuit on virtually every FOI battlefront in the past year …

  • Complete article at Register Citizen
  • Coverage also at:

  • Hartford Courant Alumni Assocation and Refugee Camp
  • The Laurel
  • Loitering in Provincetown, I see the light

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    “Decade after decade, artists came to paint the light of Provincetown, and comparisons were made to the lagoons of Venice and the marshes of Holland … ”

    Norman Mailer tells us this in his fun novel, “Tough Guys Don’t Dance,” about a writer who finds a severed head in his marijuana patch.

    I got my copy at Tim’s Used Books, which is just a few feet from the Provincetown Book Shop on Commercial Street. Pound for pound, these two shops constitute perhaps the best book haven in New England for readers in search of inspiration, comfort and adventure.

    The poet …read more

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