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Plaintiffs: Presidential electors and Presidential candidates are seeking to strike an answer furnished by the U.S. attorney’s office on behalf of a private individual, candidate for office Obama and in conflict of interest with Federal defendants

Posted on | December 29, 2012 | 3 Comments

Grinols motion to strike filed

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3 Responses to “Plaintiffs: Presidential electors and Presidential candidates are seeking to strike an answer furnished by the U.S. attorney’s office on behalf of a private individual, candidate for office Obama and in conflict of interest with Federal defendants”

  1. alice h
    December 29th, 2012 @ 2:44 pm

    OMG , IM DYING TO KNOW , DID THE JUDGE GRANT THEM MORE TIME ? …this is so crazy , he is just putting you off thinking you’ll give up , keep fighting the good fight ..god bless you !!

  2. Dunno
    December 29th, 2012 @ 3:50 pm

    In the past there was a person who belonged to a credit union. This person began a fight against the credit union board concerning how interest and board members were being paid.

    The credit union board had credit union funds to use against the complaining party.
    The end of the story is that the complaining party DID GET the court to ALLOW money from the credit union to pay the complaining parties attorney fees and cost.

    One could believe that a citizen complaining about a FED system problem… that is a problem where the system is faulty… then the citizens should have their fees paid to fight a SYSTEM problem… which is different than SUING the system for personal damages.

    Why can’t a citizen be paid for legal services when the system itself has run asunder… ?

  3. Jane Whitman
    December 30th, 2012 @ 10:53 am

    @Dunno: Actually, it IS possible for citizens to be reimbursed their legal fees when “the system itself has run asunder.”

    For instance, there’s the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA). To collect legal fees under EAJA, the citizen must substantially prevail on the merits of the suit and the government’s position must be unjustified.

    In other words, the citizen has to be right in suing and the government has to be wrong in contesting the suit.

    In addition to EAJA, there are other statutes authorizing courts to award fees under certain circumstances.

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