Let me get this straight: The Sentencing Commission says that denying a crime -- for example, telling your probation officer "No, I don't have any guns" -- doesn't count as obstruction of justice. But according to today's opinion from the Ninth Circuit, saying "No, I don't have any guns; I gave them back to my brother" does indeed count as obstruction.
Yeah. That makes sense.
I can see why this one's per curiam. I wouldn't have wanted anyone to know that I authored the first full paragraph on page seven either.