Photo credit Annie Vainshtein
In 2005 a Michigan law professor stumbled upon a jurisdictional grey area in Yellowstone National Park where a Constitutional loophole could allow someone to get away with murder. In the last 11 years, Congress has done nothing to fix it. I wrote a piece for VICE about the uninhabited 50-square-mile Idaho portion of the park where it would be impossible to form a jury and a crime could go unpunished. There are some caveats, though, so don’t do anything rash. The story is online here.