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  • spectrollmicro spectrollmicro Jun 6, 2013 11:00 AM Flag

    Interesting SC decision to disregard facts


    I didn't read anything about all the document destruction that was perpetrated by PharmAthene in an effort to hide information. And of course the little notation on every page of , "Non-Binding" It was a big deal in the beginning, but the low level law firm SIGA got, just out of law school for $20, chose to not address it in front of the Supreme Court or the court just didn't care. I don't expect anyone here to remember because that was before many of you were aloud access to computers by your parents. I, apparently, am the only adult on this board. And early in the procedural review, the court also decided that instead of being a New York jurisdiction trial they decided, conveniently enough, that it was their jurisdiction. So much for law.

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    • “So much for law.”

      You were mocking folks for being naive. Where have you been? Last month during one congressional hearing, the Attorney General, Eric Holder answered congressmen's questions on the subpoena of AP phone records 20 times with “I don’t know”. It was subsequently discovered he had personally signed the subpoena.

      Here’s another good one: Nobel laureate Anatole France’s once observed that “The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread.”

    • Did you read the decision or not? Basically they went off of conversations, testimonies and actions. And those things ARE binding. Management was stupid and careless.

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