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WHY CAN'T DISCOVERY BE RE-OPENED IN OTHER WAYS?

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Submitted by Mike Nargizian (United States), Apr 21, 2006 at 11:08

It's too bad it was settled. Can Whitehead counter sue on grounds of attempted litigous intimidation and/or bringing a frivolous lawsuit? etc....? and then gain release of those records?

Remember, Loftus donated $$ to one of Al Arian's organizations which then allowed him to sue it civily and subject them to discovery.... this is what then led the Justice Dept to be forced to finally arrest and proectue him despite knowing for over 10 years his strong terrorist ties and support.

Why can't this exact same model be done in the CAIR case?

Mike
Submitting....

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