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CarrrollStraus
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Alas you cannot call 911 on an Ipad...
PS she is admitted to the California Bar. http://members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/MemberSearch/QuickSearch?FreeText=Orly%20Taitz
Sadly, this dentist who added law to her CV for reasons we may speculate on, has also driven away most of her patients. Yes, I do have some personal knowledge of this, but who knows what she reads so I will say no more. She is probably very bright--and she was much more personable when I watched the video of her on The Colbert Report than I would have guessed--but maybe growing up in Russia messed with her mind. As a grandchild of Russian Jewish immigrants I cringe when she starts up.
What’s with “This URLs or Page has been blocked. “ I have seen that tens of times in the last few days!
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I could make peace with the snakes, and be happy to live there--but the attorney jokes would get old!
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The opinion if the court made it crystal clear the evidence was used FROM THE OUTSET--from the opening statement--to bring "satanic influences" in as the motive. It was explicit. What I do not understand is why there was no mention of gunpowder testing of the defendant--only of the victim. (The victim had gunpowder residue.) If this teenager fired the gun, she would have had gunpowder residue. If she had none..... (and why would it not have been in evidence if she did?...) then she probably didn't fire the dam* gun! Georgia SC got it right on this one!
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Looks legit to me: the unique location of the original work should not make any difference. Permission might have been granted if sought!
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So I am dead in the water because I never played Pong? Brilliant.
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Maybe they were just embarrassed to admit anyone LISTENED to the blathering... know I would be!
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"Jane"- I made no statement as to the correct amount of damages in any given case. My mother used to steal from AT&T--I forget how she would get around paying LD charges to call me when I was in college back before moveable type (joke). That was wrong too. Sorry-- it is wrong. I am no supported of the porn industry--but they have lost TONS of money due to piracy. Good luck in arriving at some just result.
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I note you were responding in kind as well.
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Mr Gleason: except for the use of the word "you" I felt your words --the ones I read here--were well said. I hope you win!
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Can you say "Fifth Amendment"?
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Chalk one up to th4e little guy--and a dash of legal sanity!
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Can you say "blasphemous"? Crikey!
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The very definition of stupid--boggles the mind!
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"Again, we doubt that the jury put as much time and effort into it as we have." Kinda begs the question... need I spell it out?
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Indeed.
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I am not sure if the comment "Plaintiff's lawyer absolutely correct. We're paid to win, at whatever cost, not to be a nice guy. Leave that to those Legal 'Rebels'" ;-) " was meant as a slam to these litigators or the Legal Rebels". but I assure you we NEED these rebels. We also need HONEST litigators. But as someone said to a man with only a hammer everything looks like a nail. Some of us, including J. Kim Wright and lil' ol me, think we need a few more tools.
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I concur. But everything that is being done in the name of "national security" is frightening. This is just one thing that really affects people. The rest, as we all know, is hidden and unaddressed. Still I am a glad he did this
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I do believe that's what's known as "statutory construction." How the Tea party types hate "activist judges" who change the law!!! Let them change the statute if they want to make it applicable to this dude and whoever else they entrap.
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I have heard of desperate substitute teachers using anything to get through class... but "Brokeback Mountain"?
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This is pathetic. On so many levels.
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That was in the early 90s if memory serves. I think only DUI attorneys and bail bonds get business there...
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