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Old 12-13-12, 03:40
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This says the latest unsealed court records are sealed again. True?


But by Tuesday night, the federal court's online case tracking system was again showing the case as sealed from public view.

The documents Robinson had ordered released had been available online for several hours earlier in the day. There was no document available Tuesday night showing if a court had ordered the case resealed, and Armstrong's attorneys did not immediately respond to telephone and email messages seeking comment.

Read more: http://www.theprovince.com/sports/Do...#ixzz2Etj6jH3S
Wow carols. Good eye there.


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Yea *****es, and a lawyer in training for one more year as of today!!! Eat it!!!! 365 days mother****ers!!!!
Congrats, dude. That's pretty exciting.
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Congrats, dude. That's pretty exciting.
Yea, it is a year away, but that doesn't feel that long at my age.
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British Pro Cycling, as well as 100+ others not all having the same initials. Such as Mountainrman.
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Yea, it is a year away, but that doesn't feel that long at my age.
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So why is there radio silence from the LA quadrant? This is a novel development.

Perhaps they are finally concerned about the prospect of forfeiture of ill gotten assets? That penalty is imposed frequently in criminal prosecutions of movement of undeclared cash and drugs about the globe.

Phones tapped, that sort of thing?

Hard to imagine paying "goldbar" Luskin his rates if your issues aren't in his primary skill set area.

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So why is there radio silence from the LA quadrant? This is a novel development.

Perhaps they are finally concerned about the prospect of forfeiture of ill gotten assets? That penalty is imposed frequently in criminal prosecutions of movement of undeclared cash and drugs about the globe.

Phones tapped, that sort of thing?

Hard to imagine paying "goldbar" Luskin his rates if your issues aren't in his primary skill set area.
You are right. They never had a plan for the 'doomsday' scenario because they were incapable of thinking it could happen to them. Maybe Herman is hanging in as a matter of loyalty, but even he is looking a little shell shocked when he pops his head out of the foxhole.

And with this 'sealed' business, there is obviously quite a bit more than was apparent......personally, I always thought his bigger troubles would stem from the cash and trafficking in CH and it looks like that may be the case.
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You are right. They never had a plan for the 'doomsday' scenario because they were incapable of thinking it could happen to them. Maybe Herman is hanging in as a matter of loyalty, but even he is looking a little shell shocked when he pops his head out of the foxhole.

And with this 'sealed' business, there is obviously quite a bit more than was apparent......personally, I always thought his bigger troubles would stem from the cash and trafficking in CH and it looks like that may be the case.
Birotte felt the pressure, but he is a careful lawyer after all, so he only hit the pause button. If a credible set of money laundering charges is made...doomsday is the right word. May be other routes to that destination too.
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Whether or not you think it was "right" the legal bills destroyed Landis and Hamilton - and worse destroyed an athlete I knew - when right certainly was on her side. But the cost of representation and hiring experts cost her all she had and more. She was acquitted, but lost everything in the process, including her career as an athlete. Is that right?
Partially correct in regards to Floyd and Tyler. In Floyd's case, it was his idiocy to play along and fight it in the first place. He should have outed USPS then. He would still have his money and the LA saga would be long gone already.

As to your friend, doesn't Northern UK law provide an avenue to recoup loss when one is wronged so badly?
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