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    Re: VIDEO~MOLD Toyota Workers File Complaint w/San Diego DA

    Posted by Mike B. on 9/07/10

    I think you have just practiced law without a license.

    I also posted more on the subject, but my comment was "logged and sent to the
    adminstrator for review" for some unexplained reason.

    On 9/07/10, Sharon wrote:
    > Libel law is really quite simple. Truth is your best defense...and one cannot use
    > criminal perjury to establish a fictional reason for personal malice to be used
    > to "legally" prove they were falsely accused of criminal perjury, with malice.
    > On 9/07/10, Mike B. wrote:
    >> You're the only one who doesn't understand that your litigation with Kelman is
    >> over. When you have to argue your own appeal (pro se) because you have no
    >> attorneys, then your case is over. You're just waiting on the "obituary" from the
    >> appellate court.
    >> On the other points in your comment below, you're totally wrong.
    >> On 9/03/10, Sharon wrote:
    >>> Mike B,
    >>> I would believe that you have been a litigant for over 20 years. Makes sense.
    >>> But there is no way you have been in the legal profession for 20 years and don't
    >>> know what strategic litigation means. You keep wrongfully assuming my
    >> litigation
    >>> with Kelman is over. Why is that? Its still in the courts.
    >>> On 9/03/10, Mike B. wrote:
    >>>> I've been in the legal profession for over 20 years and have never heard of
    >>>> this phenomenon. Tell me, how is it the "strategic litigator" is guaranteed
    >>>> success in the court? How did Kelman "strategically litigate" his victory over
    >>>> you? Were the judges in on the deal with Kelman?
    >>>> You're absurd.
    >>>> On 9/01/10, Sharon wrote:
    >>>>> Mie B,
    >>>>> Strategic litigation is the process of abusing the judicial process for the
    >>>>> purpose of gaining unfair atvantage in a related matter of grater
    >>>>> significance to the strategic litigator. It can come in many forms that
    >>>>> typically encompass some sort of charater assasination of one who stands in
    >>>>> the way of achieving the matter deemed to be of greater signifance to the
    >>>>> strategic litigator.
    >>>>> Nope. No rebutal from Kelman et al.
    >>>>> Sharon

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