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Jason Maybe one of your commenters can explain how information from the CA about when it was acceptable to expedite claims is not relevant to my defense against a recommendation that I be criminally prosecuted for allegedly attempting to expedite a claim.
Wasn't Andry/Lerner's motion for discovery initially granted several months ago?
The only discovery allowed has been an order for Freeh to give us what he believes to be relevant. It was modified to include some interviews that the court acknowledged were relevant although Freeh did not. We have never been allowed to conduct our own discovery in any fashion, including depositions of witnesses identified and cited by Freeh in his report. I have never been involved in a civil case where a defendant has not been allowed discovery. Freeh even objected to providing my wife with a copy of her own deposition. The Pepper Hamilton lawyer representing him (not sure why a SM needs representation) claimed that it was attorney work product. I'm going to try that in the next case I have in federal court. Any bets on how quick I get sanctioned?
Life and truth...in my world.
You see, I actually take all the time I need to consider things before I dismiss them. I need more than a weekend like The Court.
What about this Coastal Claims stuff?
Let them vote.Zones and Maps lies. or BDO report some things never change. Same old GCCF tactics.Sutton, I know Freeh suggested criminal charges but you haven't been charged have you. I'm sure they would cut a deal and want you to roll over no love lost.
Talk about a crime and PROOF of fraudulent offers coming from GCCF and DHECC. A BP Corporate insider Mr. Seilhan leading the cleanup and containment efforts in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 sells his family's entire $1 million portfolio of BP stock on April 29 and 30 in 2010. By April 29, BP had estimated in filings to the SEC that the oil was flowing at up to 5,000 barrels a day. That estimate was far less than the actual rate, which was later estimated at 52,700 to 62,200 barrels a day.Under terms of the settlement, which must be approved by a federal judge in Louisiana, Seilhan agreed to pay a $105,409 penalty and an additional $105,409 in restitution.Anybody know what Judge needs to approve this one ?????
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