In March we told you that a top assistant to the U.S. Attorney in New Orleans admitted using a pseudonym to post nearly 600 comments online about open cases. According to this story in ABA Journal, he was caught in part because of his distinctive use of arcane words, including "dubiety" and "redoubt." (Query: doesn't everyone in NOLA use those words?) The assistant has resigned. Now it turns out that a second top assistant has been caught for the same behavior. Her incriminating linguistic fingerprint was the use of “superfluous spacing before punctuation marks”--e.g., ellipses without spacing between periods--a punctuation tic also found in her pleadings. She has been demoted.