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Post by Northland10 » Sat Dec 08, 2018 7:50 pm

Regarding the Lovelien case of his:
bob wrote:
Tue Oct 30, 2018 7:44 pm
Cross-responding:
Northland10 wrote:
Tue Oct 30, 2018 7:38 pm
The DC Court transferred the case to Nevada.

https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov ... 13.0_2.pdf
MEMORANDUM ORDER granting the United States of America's 9 Motion to Transfer Case. The Clerk of Court shall transfer the matter to the United States District Court for the District of Nevada, and shall close this case. See attached Order for details. Signed by Judge Trevor N. McFadden on 10/12/2018. (lctnm3) (Entered: 10/12/2018)
This case too (also) is not long for this world: Klayman's not licensed in Nevada, and he'll never have a PHV application granted again. Unless Whipple picks up the gauntlet, it'll be donzo soon enough.

And I expect Ryan's suit to take a similarly circular route to the round file.
A few things have happened after the order.

1. The case was assigned to Gloria Navarro.

2. Klayman managed to get a judge to recuse themselves, and in this case, he never had to ask.

3. The various orders mailed by the Nevada court to his Klayman Law Group UPS box in Florida have been returned to sender, mailbox closed.

4. Despite the address issue, there was a joint status report filed on 3 December.

https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov ... 0.24.0.pdf


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Klayman hopes the USDOJ won't oppose his PHV application. Because if it does, the plaintiffs will refile elsewhere.

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bob wrote:
Sat Dec 08, 2018 9:16 pm
Klayman hopes the USDOJ won't oppose his PHV application. Because if it does, the plaintiffs will refile elsewhere.

:rotflmao:
I wonder if the Fuchs, the government lawyer who submitted the report, had trouble suppressing laughter. GIL recently requested an extension (shocking) for his reply to the DC Federal Court's OSC as to why his Ryan Bundy case should not be transferred to Nevada (i.e. it is related to the recently transferred case).


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Post by Curmudgeon » Sun Dec 09, 2018 10:21 pm

Another one:
Tweet rom a guy named Jerome Corsi, whom Wikipedia calls a conspiracy theorist, among other things. Interesting read at:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerome_Corsi

Apparently, he's run afoul of Robert Mueller's crew.
I have retained attorney Larry Klayman to assist David Gray in my defense. In a memo to my attorneys, I have instructed Klayman and Gray to file with Acting AG Whitaker a criminal complaint against Mueller's Special Counsel and the DOJ for prosecutorial misconduct in my case.
I'm sure Klayman will do his usual fantastic job.

Edit: missed this Wonkette reference earlier. Whoops.
https://www.wonkette.com/larry-klayman- ... ie-happy-d


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Post by bob » Mon Dec 10, 2018 2:41 pm

Klayman's case again Antifa has an initial case management conference set for January 15.

Curious, as when I last checked: (1) Klayman was booted from the case (and claimed no one else would take it); and (2) the only remaining possible cause of action was whether someone assaulted Robles by shining a flashlight in her eyes (i.e., not federal court worthy).


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FW: Top Ten Successes for Larry Klayman, Founder of Both Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch:
1.Conceived of and Founded Judicial Watch on July 29, 1994, and Later Freedom Watch in November 5, 2004.

2.First to Uncover the Chinagate Clinton Bribery and National Security Scandals During the Clinton Administration. This Caused Congress to Enact Campaign Finance Legislation.

3.Obtained a Court Ruling That President Bill Clinton Had Committed a Crime When He Illegally Released the White House Files of a Woman, Kathleen Willey, He Had Sexually Harassed in the Oval Office. Klayman Is the Only Lawyer in American History to Have a Court Rule That a Sitting President Had Committed a Crime.

4.Successfully Represented the Other Aggrieved Clinton Women Victims, Including Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, and Dolly Kyle Browning, Keeping Them From Being Destroyed by The "War Room" of Hillary Clinton, James Carville and George Stephanopoulos as Well as the IRS and Private Detectives That Were Unleashed on Them With Threats of Physical Violence Against Them and Their Families, Such as Children.

5.Instrumental in Having Congressman Bob Barr Introduce Articles of Impeachment Against Bill Clinton and Worked With the House Impeachment Managers and Its Counsel David Schippers to Ultimately Impeach Bill Clinton.

6.Successfully Represented the Victims of Other Clinton Scandals, Such as Filegate, Travelgate, IRS Gate, Chinagate, Campaign Financegate, Ron Browngate, and Tens of Others.

7.Enjoined Obama's National Security Agency for Illegal and Unconstitutional Surveillance on the American People. This Led to Congress's Enactment of the USA Freedom Act, Which Sought to Rein in Illegal Mass Surveillance Without Probable Cause That a Crime Was Being Committed or Communications With Terrorists.

8.Filing Lawsuits and Taking Other Legal Actions for Klayman Client Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Succeeded in Having Lower Courts and Ultimately the Supreme Court to Invalidate Obama's Executive Order Granting Amnesty to Over 5 Million Illegal Aliens.

9.Obtained a 2 Million Dollar Court Judgment Against Fidel Castro's Cuba for Shooting Down Brothers to the Rescue Planes and Killing 4 Brothers Attempting to Rescue Cubans Fleeing the Communist Island.

10.Legally Intervened in Bush v. Gore Landmark Court Case in Florida Which Resulted in Court Ruling That President George W. Bush Won the 2000 Presidential Election.

Larry Klayman, a former federal prosecutor and former Senate candidate from Florida, has also been a successful and fearless conservative activist and trial lawyer for the American people for 41 years. He is known for bringing hard-hitting lawsuits and empaneling citizens' criminal grand juries, not just for filing Freedom of Information Act Requests, as Judicial Watch primarily does under Tom Fitton, who is not a lawyer. (Nor does Judicial Watch have an experienced trial lawyer on its staff.)

Freedom Watch does today what Judicial Watch used to do when Klayman was its chairman and general counsel.

Freedom Watch is the People's Justice Department!
It is hi-larious how many of those are demonstrably false or utterly subjective.


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Post by bob » Sun Dec 23, 2018 6:08 pm

Wash. Ex.: 'It's persecution': Bundy attorney calls on federal prosecutors to forgo appeal in standoff case:
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has a message for Justice Department prosecutors considering an appeal of their high-profile court defeat in the Bunkerville standoff: Enough already.

Mr. Bundy’s attorney, Larry Klayman, fired off a letter last week to Solicitor General Noel Francisco urging him to forego an appeal of U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro’s Jan. 8 decision to dismiss all charges against Mr. Bundy and his sons stemming from the 2014 clash.

“It’s ridiculous. It’s persecution,” said Mr. Klayman, founder of the Freedom Watch and Judicial Watch government watchdog groups.

He blasted the “gross injustice” committed by “rogue Obama-era prosecutors” against Mr. Bundy and sons Ammon and Ryan Bundy. Their conduct is under review by the Office of Professional Responsibility and the Office of the Inspector General.

“After all they have gone through, including unlawful imprisonment for two years, it’s time to allow my clients to go on with their lives and not continue to be persecuted by a Department of ‘Injustice,’ which rather than meting out justice, ‘circles the wagons’ to try to unethically and unlawfully protect its own,” Mr. Klayman said in the Dec. 18 letter.

Trisha Young, spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney’s office in Nevada, confirmed that the department had submitted in August a protective notice to preserve the government’s right to appeal, but did not say whether the appeal would be filed.[*]

* * *

Mr. Klayman, a former federal prosecutor, said he worried the office will seek to “take the monkey off the back” of the federal legal team by taking their case to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.

“If I wait and do nothing, and then the appeal goes forward, then it’s too late. The injustice is done just on the basis of having to go through this again,” said Mr. Klayman. “And it’s the 9th Circuit. God knows what could happen there.”
* Translation: The government filed a NOA, but it can always voluntarily dismiss.


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Post by Northland10 » Mon Dec 24, 2018 9:28 am

bob wrote:
Sun Dec 23, 2018 6:08 pm
Wash. Ex.: 'It's persecution': Bundy attorney calls on federal prosecutors to forgo appeal in standoff case:
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has a message for Justice Department prosecutors considering an appeal of their high-profile court defeat in the Bunkerville standoff: Enough already.
:snippity:
“It’s ridiculous. It’s persecution,” said Mr. Klayman, founder of the Freedom Watch and Judicial Watch government watchdog groups.
Is he quoting the Clintons, Judicial Watch, and his ex?


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Post by Northland10 » Sat Jan 05, 2019 3:57 pm

Larry, through Freedom Watch, filed an FOIA suit against the FBI last August seeking documents for the last 10 years showing collaboration or communication between the FBI and the SLPC (apparently, GIL read a press release that the SPLC was working with the FBI on hate crimes). It was dismissed yesterday (3 Jan) for failure to exhaust administrative remedies. Shocking.

Summary:

1. FW submits a request to FBI in July 2018
2. One week later, the FBI responds to Klayman informing him that the request was overly broad. They gave him 2 choices,1) provide more specific details (they gave a list of types of information that would help them search) or 2) file an administrative appeal.
3. Instead, less than ten days later, GIL filed the suit.
4. The FBI moved to dismiss on grounds that FW failed to exhaust administrative remedies.
5. The judge agreed (Larry did try for some sort of stay of the case, according to the judge, I have not checked the docket).

The ruling
https://ecf.dcd.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/sh ... 8cv1912-16


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Post by Michael J » Sat Jan 05, 2019 5:17 pm

Northland10 wrote:
Sat Jan 05, 2019 3:57 pm
Larry, through Freedom Watch, filed an FOIA suit against the FBI last August seeking documents for the last 10 years showing collaboration or communication between the FBI and the SLPC (apparently, GIL read a press release that the SPLC was working with the FBI on hate crimes). It was dismissed yesterday (3 Jan) for failure to exhaust administrative remedies. Shocking.

Summary:

1. FW submits a request to FBI in July 2018
2. One week later, the FBI responds to Klayman informing him that the request was overly broad. They gave him 2 choices,1) provide more specific details (they gave a list of types of information that would help them search) or 2) file an administrative appeal.
3. Instead, less than ten days later, GIL filed the suit.
4. The FBI moved to dismiss on grounds that FW failed to exhaust administrative remedies.
5. The judge agreed (Larry did try for some sort of stay of the case, according to the judge, I have not checked the docket).

The ruling
https://ecf.dcd.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/sh ... 8cv1912-16
Even those of us who aren't lawyers should know where this is going when we read this:
After the FBI pointed out that the request contained insufficient detail to allow it to perform a proper search, Plaintiff, instead of providing the requested detail or administratively appealing the Bureau’s initial assessment, skipped right to this Court.


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Post by Grumpy Old Guy » Sat Jan 05, 2019 6:39 pm

OBVIOUSLY James E. Boasberg should have recused himself. He was appointed to the Federal Bench by Obama doncha know.
Edit: (and confirmed unanimously by the Senate)
Worse, he is also a member of the FISA court.



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Post by Jcolvin2 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:39 pm

Klayman does not get oral argument in the DC Circuit on January 9, 2019:

Court of Appeals Docket #: 17-5281, Larry Klayman, et al v. Barack Obama, et al
01/07/2019 PER CURIAM ORDER [1767230] filed that the court will dispose of the appeal without oral argument on the basis of the record and presentations in the briefs pursuant to Fed. R. App. 34(a)(2); D.C.Cir.Rule 34(j). Before Judges: Rogers, Srinivasan and Pillard. [17-5281, 17-5282] [Entered: 01/07/2019 12:22 PM]

Court of Appeals Docket #: 18-5097 Dennis Montgomery v. James Comey, et al
01/07/2019 PER CURIAM ORDER [1767232] filed that the court will dispose of the appeal without oral argument on the basis of the record and presentations in the briefs pursuant to Fed. R. App. 34(a)(2); D.C.Cir.Rule 34(j). Before Judges: Rogers, Srinivasan and Pillard. [18-5097] [Entered: 01/07/2019 12:24 PM]



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Post by bob » Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:42 pm

That means he lost. (No surprise.)

Still, a little unusual to announce only two days before.


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Post by Northland10 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 8:53 pm

bob wrote:
Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:42 pm
That means he lost. (No surprise.)

Still, a little unusual to announce only two days before.
A delay in posting due to the holiday and shutdown?


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Post by bob » Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:06 pm

Northland10 wrote:
Mon Jan 07, 2019 8:53 pm
A delay in posting due to the holiday and shutdown?
Possible -- a batch of updates were posted today. But I've been checking the D.C. Cir.'s calendar, and some cases received more notice about oral arguments.


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Post by woodworker » Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:26 pm

bob wrote:
Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:06 pm
Northland10 wrote:
Mon Jan 07, 2019 8:53 pm
A delay in posting due to the holiday and shutdown?
Possible -- a batch of updates were posted today. But I've been checking the D.C. Cir.'s calendar, and some cases received more notice about oral arguments.
Maybe they are sick and tired of GIL and decided they wanted to fuck with him. If so, I heartily approve.


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Post by bob » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:10 pm

Klayman's site: Ailes/Fox News Victim Laura Luhn Sues Showtime, Blumhouse Productions, and Gabriel Sherman Over Miniseries "Loudest Voice in the Room":
Suit Asks for In Excess of $750 Million Dollars in Damages and Injunctive Relief

Today, Laura Luhn, a victim of the sexual, mental, highly destructive and tortuous abuse and mind control techniques by Roger Ailes and Fox News filed a lawsuit asking for over $750 million dollars in damages and preliminary and permanent injunctions against Showtime, Blumhouse Production (dba Blumhouse Television) and writer Gabriel Sherman for misappropriation of her likeness and being, as well as "life story," in the production of an eight-part miniseries, starring Russell Crowe as Roger Ailes and other prominent actors, titled "Loudest Voice in the Room."

Ms. Luhn, above all female victims of Roger Ailes, the former and now deceased CEO of the Fox News Channel ("Fox News"), was and remains the most damaged collectively by them. Compounding her severe injury as detailed in the Verified Complaint [ . . . ] filed in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County,[*] are the alleged facts, sworn to under oath, that the severe sexual harassment and psychological "gaslighting" and torture meted out by Ailes was covered up by his former "lieutenants" Bill Shine, now Deputy Chief of Staff of the White House, and the current CEO of Fox News Suzanne Scott, among others in Ailes' Fox News' inner circle.

As alleged in the Verified Complaint, Ms. Luhn's "experience" with Ailes and Fox News was so prominent that she occupies a central role in Defendants' miniseries, which is currently filming in Los Angeles. To this end, it is no coincidence that Ms. Luhn is being played by an A-List Actress Anabelle Wallis. But Ms. Luhn, who is not a public figure, is not being compensated for the use of her likeness and being, as is legally required. In this regard, on behalf of the Defendants, their law firm, Davis Wright Tremaine, arrogantly told Ms. Luhn to get lost when she tried to settle with them, not even agreeing to use her as a consultant to ensure that the miniseries was factually accurate. Previously, Defendant Sherman had written a defamatory article about Ms. Luhn, as alleged in the Verified Complaint, which he refused to correct.

* * *
Klayman wrote:It is outrageous that Defendants would seek to profit from Ms. Luhn's tragic experience with Ailes and Fox News, yet heartlessly leave this defenseless, emotionally shattered and broken woman out in the cold! Showtime's, Blumhouse Production's and its writer Gabriel Sherman's cruelty is only exceeded by Ailes and Fox News themselves! This injustice will not be allowed to stand.
* The complaint actually was filed in the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles; de minimis. Or, as Variety put it:
In a suit filed in the Superior Court of the State of Los Angeles
:shock:

The suit is really about Roger Ailes and Bill Shine; Luhn's just airing FOX's dirty laundry under the litigation privilege.

Klayman is not licensed in California; he's seeking PHV status. Actual counsel of record is John Holt Smith, who lives in Dallas; Smith's "office" is this house. (I'm guessing Smith also helps Klayman with the other Dallas-centered litigation, i.e., Cox, The Blacks.)

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How Taitzian.


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Post by Grumpy Old Guy » Thu Jan 10, 2019 1:13 pm

bob wrote:
Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:42 pm


How Taitzian.

Orly may stoop low, but not Larry low.

Who is he trying to recruit? If anyone wants to win they don’t hire Larry.
Edit: Is T. F. Bow on the Fogbow? His comment on Larry’s tweet is on point.



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Grumpy Old Guy wrote:
Thu Jan 10, 2019 1:13 pm
Who is he trying to recruit? If anyone wants to win they don’t hire Larry.
Any attention whore will do, e.g., Jerome Corsi, Joe Arpaio, Roy Moore, Laura Loomer.

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Post by bob » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:22 pm

WND: TRUMP DRINKS AT THE WRONG BARR!:
Exclusive: Larry Klayman advises prez to dump AG pick for man with same surname

* * *

I got to know Bob Barr during the days leading up to and during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. Before becoming a congressman from Georgia, Bob was the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia in Atlanta. He and I worked together not just to fashion articles of impeachment against Slick Willey, but also pushed along with House Impeachment Manager David Schippers to have the impeachment and later trial include much more serious crimes than the Lewinsky caper – to include other Bonnie and Clyde scandals such as Chinagate, Filegate, Travelgate, and IRSgate. To this end, Bob introduced into the Congressional Record an “Impeachment Report” I had had prepared as then chairman and general counsel of Judicial Watch. But the speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich who himself was compromised with an ongoing extra-marital affair, deep-sixed this expanded impeachment, one that could have led to Clinton’s removal from office.

When I left Judicial Watch in the fall of 2003 to run for the U.S. Senate in Florida, I recommended to the directors I had left behind that they fill my chairmanship and general counsel post with Bob Barr. They did not take my advice, and to this day Judicial Watch is not run by an experienced prosecutor and lawyer. Bob was indeed interested.

So now, President Trump should take the advice that my former colleagues spurned and nominate a truly courageous, fearless and independent man to head our DOJ to restore its integrity and to keep the rabid Mueller and his hack leftist prosecutors on a short leash. Working with Bob, as I did during the Clinton impeachment, he and I could constitute a powerful one-two punch, particularly if he names me a second special counsel to again investigate and prosecute Clinton crimes such as Fusion GPS and the Steele dossier, to name just two.
:yankyank:

Bonus:
Just ask my clients Cliven Bundy and Francis Schaeffer Cox, the latter of whom you will read about in future columns.
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Post by Whatever4 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:45 pm

Bob Barr, the Libertarian Candidate for President! He could milk the AG position for all its worth.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 02395.html
A Spoiler, by Way of the Dairy Case

Bob Barr, nobody's whipping boy.

In his career in public service, Bob Barr has performed many important roles.

As a Republican candidate for the House in 1994, he rose to national attention when reports alleged that he had licked whipped cream off the breasts of two women at a charity event.

As a congressman from Georgia, the thrice-married Barr returned attention to the whipped-cream episode when, speaking in support of the Defense of Marriage Act, he argued that "the flames of self-centered morality are licking at the very foundations of our society."
More juicy puns at the link. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 02395.html


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Post by Grumpy Old Guy » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:47 pm

bob wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:22 pm
WND: TRUMP DRINKS AT THE WRONG BARR!:
Exclusive: Larry Klayman advises prez to dump AG pick for man with same surname

* * * :snippity:

I think this is the first time Klayman has expressly acknowledged working for Cox.
Edit: "Working for" is an overstatement. Larry works for Larry. Bob did not write this, I got the formatting wrong.



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Post by bob » Tue Jan 15, 2019 2:42 pm

bob wrote:
Mon Dec 10, 2018 2:41 pm
Klayman's case again Antifa has an initial case management conference set for January 15.

Curious, as when I last checked: (1) Klayman was booted from the case (and claimed no one else would take it); and (2) the only remaining possible cause of action was whether someone assaulted Robles by shining a flashlight in her eyes (i.e., not federal court worthy).
The conference is still set for this afternoon. I'm a little surprised; I figured there would be a voluntary dismissal.

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Post by bob » Tue Jan 15, 2019 6:11 pm

Nobody showed for the Antifa hearing. I'm guessing they dismissed and "forgot" to tell the court. :torches:


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