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Posted on 04/24/2007 2:46:22 AM PDT by Anti-Bubba182
Minuteman Announces Issuance of Preliminary Injunction And Dismissal of Action
The Orange County Superior Court has issued a preliminary injunction that orders former Minuteman Project, Inc. advisory board members Marvin Stewart, Deborah Courtney-Peterson and Barbara Coe to stop diverting or spending Minuteman funds. With this much need relief in hand, Minuteman. announces that it has dismissed its action without prejudice to refile the lawsuit if further misconduct occurs.
Minuteman Founder and President Jim Gilchrist stated: I am delighted that rather than spending the next 2 years in litigation and spending hundreds of thousands of dollars of contributions for Attorney fees and legal costs I can focus full time on the critical issue of illegal immigration. It is far more important to fight the amnesty bill than the satisfaction of obtaining an uncollectible judgment.
The Minuteman Projects action creates an important victory for the movement. Full attention and valuable resources of the Minuteman Project under the leadership of Jim Gilchrist can be focused into saving America and defeating the Bush administrations amnesty bill. Jim Gilchrist is being booked across America for high profile speaking engagements where he will address the unthinkable fact that 3 members law enforcement has been wrongly imprisoned for enforcing immigration law.
It is a critical time for America, our beloved nation is in peril and we could lose our sovereignty overnight, Jim Gilchrist stated.
We shall ignore the name calling, empty rhetoric and false claims of others and concentrate on the mission of being the voice for the American people. We are hopeful that the defendants take this opportunity to move on with their lives.
The mission of the Minuteman Project will continue on better than ever.
President and Founder of the Minuteman Project
Please visit us at: www.minutemanproject.com Jims personal website: www.jimgilchrist.com
Sounds like embezzlement, to me.
It looks to me like a convenient way to not have a lot of financial details disclosed in open court under oath.