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Ed Rendell threatens to walk during deposition by Don and Teri Adam's attorneys
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | June 23, 2002 | Staff

Posted on 06/23/2002 5:28:44 AM PDT by Elle Bee

Edited on 04/13/2004 2:02:30 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]

NOT ENTIRELY COMPOSED WHEN DEPOSED. That would be Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ed Rendell, who was recently deposed in a federal lawsuit in which he is a defendant.

Rendell appeared at times angry, frustrated and incredulous over some of the questions asked during the June 14 deposition in Philadelphia. More than once, he threatened to walk out of the proceedings.


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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Extended News; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: Pennsylvania
KEYWORDS: donadams; edrendell; judicialwatch; larryklayman; terriadams
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I understand that Rendell jumped up from his seat fists raised to assult Don Adams during the Dep.

He was restrained by his attorney or he would have battered Don in a lawsuit for being battered.

No report on who is restraining Klayman and Company from filing assult charges on behalf of Don Adams, but this is par for the JW course

John Morris, the Teamster thug who was videotaped leading the assult and battery of Don and Teri died four years after the incident ...... but JW NEVER got around to deposing him

Perhaps they were afraid they'd win one

Perhaps Don should consider filing charges for assult against Rendell. Though the last time when he filed against John Morris and the Teamsters with the entire incident on video tape, in a Kafka-esque / Alice-through-the-looking-glass twist, the Philly prosecutor Lynn Abrams charged Don with assault dispite clear video evidence to the contrary

Now it appears he is being beaten down by his attorneys

God Bless you Don & Teri

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1 posted on 06/23/2002 5:28:44 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Physicist
ping

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2 posted on 06/23/2002 5:31:00 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Elle Bee
bump
3 posted on 06/23/2002 5:33:37 AM PDT by JZoback
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To: Elle Bee
bump....thanks for this update.

4 posted on 06/23/2002 5:36:44 AM PDT by rface
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To: Elle Bee
Thanks for posting this article. I lost touch with Teri and wondered what was happening with their civil suit.

I am concerned about the types of questions Larry asked. Maybe I'd have to read the entire transcript to understand their relevance, but they're almost silly, don't you think?

God bless Don and Teri.

5 posted on 06/23/2002 5:38:45 AM PDT by Mare
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To: Elle Bee
I can't believe this I am hearing. The teamsters would never ever use muscle to help the democRATS. Would they?
6 posted on 06/23/2002 5:46:22 AM PDT by Joe Boucher
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To: Mare
It's a shame they are being beaten by Judicial Watch now

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7 posted on 06/23/2002 5:47:34 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: rface
Images from the October 2, 1998 beating of Don & Teri Adams

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8 posted on 06/23/2002 5:48:23 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Mare
I am concerned about the types of questions Larry asked. Maybe I'd have to read the entire transcript to understand their relevance, but they're almost silly, don't you think?

On the one hand, it could be relevant to a RICO-type allegation. Mob and organized crime.

On the other hand, does anyone remember the lawsuit against Montel Williams for sexual harassment? It started with reasonable allegations from two women who worked for him. Over time, the lawyer introduced more and more co-plaintiffs that were more and more absurd. The judge threatened t throw it out if he added another bizarre plaintiff to the suit. The lawyer did, and the judge threw it out. I always thought that Montel's people got to the lawyer and bribed him to make the case seem absurd and get it thrown out, to diffuse the reputation damage done to him better than a settlement could have.

Larry Klayman makes alot of noise, but who has ever been convicted by one of his actions? He seems like a ringer(?) or a shill(?), someone who files this and that to make us feel like something is being done, when nothing is. And once he takes legal action, nobody else can, so the case is lost permanently.

9 posted on 06/23/2002 5:52:45 AM PDT by Yeti
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To: Elle Bee
Images from the October 2, 1998 beating of Don & Teri Adams

Is this link working?..it won't connect...

10 posted on 06/23/2002 5:52:53 AM PDT by Bella
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To: Elle Bee
What's the scum Rendell doing these days?
11 posted on 06/23/2002 5:53:57 AM PDT by eno_
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To: Elle Bee
Thanks for the report. God bless Don and Terri Adams.

I didn't know thug Morris was dead.......restraining comment here.

Rendell is a thug also.

Glad he is being deposed.

But the question about organized crime and JFK seems ridiculous to be asking in the Adams case, don't you think?

Clinton thugs all operate the same way as Rendell:

They fume and fuss and intimidate and always, always, always out-shout their opponents and/or refuse to be nailed down to answer any incriminating questions.

At least Rendell is being made to answer some questions and if he tried to assault Don Adams during the dep - I wish somebody videotaped it and this can be replayed.....leading up to this election would make a nice campaign "film", don't you think?

12 posted on 06/23/2002 5:55:43 AM PDT by Freedom'sWorthIt
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To: Elle Bee
FYI, here's my file on this:

Teamster Trio To Be Sentenced Today For Beating Clinton ...
... and conspiracy, for the October 2, 1998, mob beating of Clinton protestors Don
Adams, and his sister, Teri Adams, during a presidential fundraising trip to ...

Thank You Rush Limbaugh (Rush discussed Don Adams,John Morris ...
... Thank You Rush Limbaugh (Rush discussed Don Adams,John Morris, Freepers&Fund'sWSJ
11-26 Article)!! Crime/Corruption Announcement Keywords: LIMBAUGH,ADAMS,MORRIS ...

Three More Teamsters Plead Guilty In Don Adams Case [Free ...
... Three More Teamsters Plead Guilty In Don Adams Case Crime/Corruption News Source:
Self Author: Teri Adams Posted on 09/12/2000 12:12:17 PDT by TAdams8591. ...

Three MoreTeamsters Plead Guilty in Don Adams Case,Thread 2! ...
... Three MoreTeamsters Plead Guilty in Don Adams Case,Thread 2!! Crime/Corruption News
Keywords: ADAMS,TEAMSTERS, JOHN MORRIS Source: Self Author: DonAdams Posted ...

Bill & Hill's Pal Union Boss Arthur A. Coia Forced To ...
... The Don Adams Defense Fund. PO Box 306. Cheltenham, PA 19012. 11 Posted
on 10/01/1999 20:13:47 PDT by po'boy [ Reply | To 8 | Top | Last ] ...

Last of the Molly Maguires (ATTENTION!! re:The Man who had ...
... Last of the Molly Maguires (ATTENTION!! re:The Man who had Don Adams Assaulted--TAdams8591)
Crime/Corruption News Keywords: JOHN MORRIS, DON ADAMS Source: Time ...

Of Guns and Goons [Free Republic]
... Teamster beatings at the anti-Clinton rally was to press assault charges against
Don Adams, one of the protesters who was beaten up; Mr. Adams ultimately was ...

13 posted on 06/23/2002 5:56:24 AM PDT by backhoe
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To: Elle Bee
Elle Bee, thanks so much for pinging me on this.

Rendell, who had characterized some of the slogans of the anti-Clinton protesters as "disgusting,"

Hold on, HOLD THE CLINTON ON.

Rendell wasn't there. He doesn't know what slogans we used. But he knew ahead of time what he was going to say about them.

I walked through the crowd of Teamsters extensively before the outbreak of hostilities. While I did this, I noticed at least two or three signs that said something to the effect of, "We won't let anyone insult Hillary and Chelsea". That stuck in my mind because nobody in history had insulted Hillary and Chelsea more than a certain draft-dodging rapist, and yet who were they there to support? The hypocrisy (or "compartmentalization" as the Clinton administration called it) astounded me, and I felt a chill of foreboding when I saw the sentiment repeated.

After the violence, Johnny Morris got before the cameras and claimed that the violence was in response to "anti-Hillary" and "anti-Chelsea" slogans being shouted by the patriots. Then later on TV, I saw Rendell repeating the same lies. Now, how did he know to say that? It was because it was one of the pre-arranged agreed-upon talking points. They knew there was going to be violence, and knew what the cover story was going to be.

Of course nothing of the kind was shouted by anybody; I look forward to testifying to that in court. It will come as no surprise when I do, because I told the Teamster lawyers as much when they vigorously debriefed me for almost eight hours in January.

14 posted on 06/23/2002 5:56:48 AM PDT by Physicist
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To: Elle Bee
My Judicial Watch affadavit for this case.
15 posted on 06/23/2002 5:58:27 AM PDT by Physicist
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To: Physicist
The Teamsters are the DNCs brownshirts. For that matter, so is NOW and PETA.
16 posted on 06/23/2002 6:06:17 AM PDT by johnny7
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To: Elle Bee
Images from the October 2, 1998 beating of Don & Teri Adams

Is anyone else having difficulty getting to this site to SEE these images?? I can't get to this site..Does anyone have a working link? I'd appreciate it. THANKS!

17 posted on 06/23/2002 6:12:24 AM PDT by Bella
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To: Elle Bee
Here's the subpoena I fulfilled in January. I might point out that I provided them with many photographs, two audiotapes, six videotapes, a thick file of paper materials and a stack of computer disks, none of which have been returned to me.

I'll also mention a surprising interrogation tactic employed by the Teamsters. I was expecting to be deposed by thick-necked, spittle-spraying, spleen-venting pit bulls like James Lyons or Brian McMonagle, who defended the Local in the criminal phase. I was prepared to stand up against bullies. As it turned out, the lawyer for the local was an older professorial gentleman, and the I.B.T. lawyer was a young, friendly, four-star bombshell. Smart, too. She knew what to ask and how to ask it to get a favorable response.

Most of the deposition was spent going over my FreeRepublic postings line-by-line.

Paul Orfanedes of Judicial Watch and Joe Adams (Don's lawyer cousin) were also there to cross-examine me.

18 posted on 06/23/2002 6:13:01 AM PDT by Physicist
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To: johnny7
The Teamsters are the DNCs brownshirts. For that matter, so is NOW and PETA.

Yeah, but women and vegetarians lack the muscle to do real damage.

19 posted on 06/23/2002 6:14:12 AM PDT by Physicist
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To: All
A good source of background for the Don Adams case is my series of notes taken at the pretrial hearing of Teamsters Kevin McNulty and Marc Nardone, on February 10, 1999.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

20 posted on 06/23/2002 6:16:58 AM PDT by Physicist
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To: Elle Bee
What most of the public is unaware of is that scoundrels like Rendell are free to lie in political campaigns, in advertisements, in press conferences, to their constituents, when taking their oath of office, anytime, anyplace, anywhere -- but when they are deposed or on the witness stand, it is a different story. Now all of a sudden, they become very careful about their answers. They can lie to everyone else, but to the court -- God Forbid.

That is why JW files these lawsuits. Often the only thing that they get out of these politico-criminals is watching them sweat out their carefully parsed answers knowing that the inquisitor is not as naive as the proletariat at large and will not settle for bovine droppings, but will make them tell the truth, something that for many of these people is akin to committing political suicide.

21 posted on 06/23/2002 6:25:21 AM PDT by Woodkirk
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To: Mare
What do you do for fun?"

For Larry, suing IS fun. :-)

22 posted on 06/23/2002 6:28:59 AM PDT by Howlin
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To: Elle Bee
It's a shame they are being beaten by Judicial Watch now

They deserve MUCH, MUCH better. Klayman will get in the way of any justice for them.

23 posted on 06/23/2002 6:29:52 AM PDT by Howlin
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To: eno_
What's the scum Rendell doing these days?

He's the democratic nominee for the governorship of Pennsylvania in the upcoming election. I believe he's heavily favored to win.

24 posted on 06/23/2002 6:30:22 AM PDT by Physicist
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To: Physicist
Imagine Ed Rendell being the governor of PA; it's truly shocking.
25 posted on 06/23/2002 6:32:38 AM PDT by Howlin
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To: Elle Bee
Like Clinton, Rendell ran Philadelphia as a franchise for himself, his family and his own political machine. Everything that Philadelphia, the City, could do was for sale to the most politically connected, and a political connection nearly always meant money.

Here's an excerpt from an April report in the Pittsburgh Tribune, Ed Rendell used to being in public eye

Lately, Rendell has been fending off queries about his job at the Philadelphia law firm of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll for which he is paid $250,000 for doing, he admits, "very little work."

While Rendell was chairman of the board of the Philadelphia Housing Authority, the authority hired Ballard Spahr to represent the agency during an investigation by the Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The OIG found that the housing authority, during Rendell's tenure, violated its own personnel policy and engaged in conflicts of interest in the hiring of politically connected employees.

The authority hired Ballard Spahr and other consultants, including an international private detective agency, to conduct its own investigation, which absolved the authority of any violations.

HUD officials, in a letter to Rendell, said the private investigators "shadowed" auditors and accused Ballard Spahr attorneys of trying to impede the probe. The federal auditors also complained that the PHA used the exit interview, a chance for the agency to respond to the findings, to criticize the OIC to "detract from the issues" in the audit.

After the March 26 letter from HUD was released, Rendell resigned as chairman of the authority. Rendell said he was planning to leave the authority anyway and denied his resignation had anything to do with the audit critical of the PHA.

Rendell joined Ballard Spahr as a partner in January 2000. The managing director of the firm is David Cohen, who served as Rendell's chief of staff while Rendell was mayor.

Like Clinton, Rendell also set up his wife. In fact, through Clinton, Rendell set up his wife.

Marjorie (Midge) Osterlund-Rendell, Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

As I understand that's two federal judiciary appointments by Clinton. One to the Federal Bench, and a follow-up to the court of Appeals.

Guess the Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee found Mrs. Rendell to be kind of team player we need on the Federal Bench.

Clinton required a bit more than a good word. As I understand and remember from a source who worked with Mr. Rendell, Clinton required 250,000 good words, transfered from Rendells campaign chest to one of Team Clinton's. $250,000 for the Judgeship, $250,000 for the Appeals level.

Who says Judges can't be fair? Why of course a Judge can be fair. Just sometimes there's a fee for fairness.

26 posted on 06/23/2002 6:39:45 AM PDT by bvw
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To: Mare
Rendell reacted similarly when Klayman asked if he had ever heard the hypothesis that the Teamsters had played a role in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. At this point, Rendell cradled his head in his hands and said, "This whole thing boggles my mind."

I agree with you. It almost seems as if LK was trying to give Rendell a favorable backlash in the media and in the eyes of the public.

27 posted on 06/23/2002 6:45:52 AM PDT by Dales
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To: bvw
Unbelievable! NOT. Why can't this in formation be up on a billboard somewhere in Pennsylvania????? Any Pennsylvania freepers willing to put it up?
28 posted on 06/23/2002 6:46:48 AM PDT by Freedom'sWorthIt
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To: Physicist
After the violence, Johnny Morris got before the cameras and claimed that the violence was in response to "anti-Hillary" and "anti-Chelsea" slogans being shouted by the patriots. Then later on TV, I saw Rendell repeating the same lies. Now, how did he know to say that? It was because it was one of the pre-arranged agreed-upon talking points. They knew there was going to be violence, and knew what the cover story was going to be.
Sure sounds that way, Kevin.

I sure hope that the case isn't lost by the time they get to you.

29 posted on 06/23/2002 6:49:25 AM PDT by Dales
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To: Freedom'sWorthIt
If some freeper wants to fund it, I'll be glad to get it put up.

Not sure it will matter though. Rendell owns the Philly vote fraud machine. I am not sure he is beatable no matter how many actual votes we win over statewide.

30 posted on 06/23/2002 6:52:41 AM PDT by Dales
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To: Elle Bee
Rendell would not agree to stay for the entire three hours the court was allowing Klayman to question him.

Gee,I wonder what would happen to any of US who told a judge they would walk away from a court proceeding they were ordered to be at?

BTW,all you NRA members should know that Rendell and the LaPierre/senile Heston clique are bestest buddies. So good in fact that the NRA agreed to ban conclealed weapons by PA CCW permit holders at the NRA convention in Philly!

31 posted on 06/23/2002 7:06:56 AM PDT by sneakypete
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To: Elle Bee
I sure hope we're wrong for Don & Teri's sake.
32 posted on 06/23/2002 7:11:24 AM PDT by Mare
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To: Yeti
That is such a discouraging prospect, and certainly a possibility.

God Bless Don and Teri.

34 posted on 06/23/2002 7:12:40 AM PDT by Mare
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To: Woodkirk
What most of the public is unaware of is that scoundrels like Rendell are free to lie in political campaigns, in advertisements, in press conferences, to their constituents, when taking their oath of office, anytime, anyplace, anywhere -- but when they are deposed or on the witness stand, it is a different story. Now all of a sudden, they become very careful about their answers. They can lie to everyone else, but to the court -- God Forbid. That is why JW files these lawsuit

So we all agree that this is poltical harrasment and not a legal deposition?

35 posted on 06/23/2002 7:16:21 AM PDT by Dave S
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To: Mare
Sorry that Don and Terri have Klayman for their attorney.....his questions have no bearing on the assault.

Klayman is an ego maniac who will cause Don and Terri more harm than good.

36 posted on 06/23/2002 7:18:54 AM PDT by OldFriend
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To: Howlin
Imagine Ed Rendell being the governor of PA; it's truly shocking.

Actually it could be a lot worse. You could have the Republican Senator from Pennsylvania who was chief lawyer for the Warren Commission and who let Clinton off in the Senate trial. At least Rendell believes in American law and not Scotish.

37 posted on 06/23/2002 7:19:28 AM PDT by Dave S
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To: johnny7
James Hoffa, Jr.'s actions since becoming president seem to be very encouraging. He appears to have integrity and sounds like he is leaning towards the Republicans.

I imagine if there were any real dirt on him, his teamsters opponents would have used it.

I'm not being naive, just hopeful.

38 posted on 06/23/2002 7:21:56 AM PDT by Mare
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To: Howlin
We were so hopeful about him a few years ago, isn't it awful how he let us down?
39 posted on 06/23/2002 7:23:41 AM PDT by Mare
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To: Dales
I agree with you. It almost seems as if LK was trying to give Rendell a favorable backlash in the media and in the eyes of the public.

Perhaps, but Rendell certainly didn't come off favorable in my reading of the article (Of course, I'm biased).

40 posted on 06/23/2002 7:28:23 AM PDT by Mare
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To: sneakypete
Gee,I wonder what would happen to any of US who told a judge they would walk away from a court proceeding they were ordered to be at?

Nothing if we were asked the same kind of questions totally unrelated to our purpose for being there. People being deposed have a right not to answer certain questions at a deposition and can be forced to answer those questions only after the Federal judge has heard the question and thinks it has any probative value. Typical Klayman crap, he will probably end up with the Adams paying Rendell a million dollars.

41 posted on 06/23/2002 7:30:49 AM PDT by Dave S
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To: Dave S
Did you request the presence of the Teamsters at the rally? Why did you ask them to come? Did anyone else ask you to invite them? For what reason? Did you expect that they would cause violence? Should you have expected it? Did you warn them on how to behave? When did you hear that the Adams were assualted by the Teamsters? What was your response?

EXCELLENT questions!!! Too bad you weren't there.

42 posted on 06/23/2002 7:31:31 AM PDT by Mare
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To: Mare
Perhaps, but Rendell certainly didn't come off favorable in my reading of the article (Of course, I'm biased).

Probably made Rendell victory inevitable but then Klayman got his fifteen minutes of fame. Why anyone agrees to associate with him is beyond me. My favorite moment of the entire Florida mess was when our favorite Florida Judge told Klayman to sit down and shut up as he was there only as an observer.

43 posted on 06/23/2002 7:34:49 AM PDT by Dave S
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To: OldFriend
Sorry that Don and Terri have Klayman for their attorney.....his questions have no bearing on the assault.

Klayman is an ego maniac who will cause Don and Terri more harm than good.

So it seems. I would be interested in knowing all of the questions he asked. We can only hope he asked some good zingers, but experience makes me think not!

44 posted on 06/23/2002 7:35:02 AM PDT by Mare
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To: Dave S; Fred Mertz; Askel5; CommiesOut; Angelwood; Gore_ War_ Vet; Howlin; FreedominJesusChrist; ...
Someday Klayman is going to find himself designated an enemy combatant and disappear!

Spoken like a good CommieNazi. And folks wondered how it happened in Germany .....

45 posted on 06/23/2002 7:38:57 AM PDT by kristinn
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To: Dave S; Mare
In fairness to Terri and Don, I believe they retained Klayman (or he retained them) before it became apparent to most that Klayman likes the sound of his own voice and never produces.
46 posted on 06/23/2002 7:42:02 AM PDT by Howlin
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To: Dave S
. People being deposed have a right not to answer certain questions at a deposition and can be forced to answer those questions only after the Federal judge has heard the question and thinks it has any probative value.

That's not the same thing as saying you can just get up and walk out any time you want. Cross one of those prima donnas on the bench,and they WILL lock you up.

47 posted on 06/23/2002 7:56:42 AM PDT by sneakypete
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To: Howlin
In fairness to Terri and Don, I believe they retained Klayman (or he retained them) before it became apparent to most that Klayman likes the sound of his own voice and never produces.

The choice was between Larry Klayman and Mark Levin. Certain Freepers who are no longer with us steered Don and Teri very strongly towards Klayman. Ultimately, they went with Judicial Watch instead of Landmark Legal Foundation because they were set up to represent Don in all phases of the complex case, from the several criminal cases to the civil lawsuit. Landmark Legal Foundation was not able to do that.

48 posted on 06/23/2002 7:56:55 AM PDT by Physicist
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To: Howlin
In fairness to Terri and Don, I believe they retained Klayman (or he retained them) before it became apparent to most that Klayman likes the sound of his own voice and never produces.

Larry shines light on cockroaches.
GOP cockroaches applauded when the light was on the 'Rats...
but they began whining when it caught them lurking in the shadows.

There is no doubt that Philly politics stink, whether it's Don and Terri's incident with Morris/Rendell...
or unrelated incidents over the years with Arlen Sphincter, Frank Rizzo, etc. etc. etc.

Just the same, I'm not sure what Larry thinks he's up to with this line of questioning...
It seems pretty superficial... at least AS REPORTED in the lamestream media.

Even so, it doesn't hurt to flash that spotlight around at random a little...
Ya never know what little cockroach you might catch scurrying for cover...
And Philly is infested with 'em.

49 posted on 06/23/2002 8:00:55 AM PDT by Willie Green
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To: Mare
To some of the questions, not at all. And he is a thug, without question.

But some of the questions seemed out there enough to inspire ridicule.

50 posted on 06/23/2002 8:02:38 AM PDT by Dales
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