Saturday, May 31, 2008

Duke & Fellow Defendants plea for Dismissal

As expected Duke University, the City of Durham, and a number of other defendants in the Duke Lacrosse Lawsuit submitted motions to dismiss the lawsuit by the 38 players and family members.


The documents are available for viewing at the Duke Lawsuit web site.

The lengthily motions drew reaction at the LieStoppers Meeting Place.




2 comments:

f1guyus said...

The obvious weakness of the resposes leads me to think the fix is already in. I'm going to be really surprised if the lawsuits aren't dissmissed.

Anonymous said...

Gottleib's Attorney are tards!!

From his response to dismiss seals the case against him and others;

1. None of the Player Plaintiffs in this case was ever accused of or charged with sexually assaulting Ms. Mangum. So having them come in and give DNA samples is not an accusation of possible rape?

It helps if you read farther down and find this statement “The North Carolina Supreme Court recently explained how to apply this “reasonable suspicion” standard in a case that
explicitly applied the Nontestimonial Identification Order statute employed by the
Durham police in this case:
The reasonable grounds standard is similar to the reasonable
suspicion standard applied to brief detentions”

So which is it ?


2. Reading through this pile of dog crap you see that Gottleib and his attorney split peas for brains blame Duke completely and state that Duke intentionally lied, and he was to DUMB to understand ( by the way Gottleib being to dumb may be the only thing I could agree with, but pure evil is more appropriate)

“Levicy’s statement corroborating
Mangum’s allegations played a pivotal role in Sgt. Gottlieb’s determination to continue
the investigation of Mangum’s claims. (Compl. ¶ 398).”

“Given that Sgt. Gottlieb could not be aware of information in Duke’s exclusive
possession, there is no plausible basis for the speculative allegation that Sgt. Gottlieb
“knowingly” included false information from Levicy in the NTO Application”

“Medical evidence
revealing Levicy’s assertions to be false”



3.” Later, on May 31, 2006, District Attorney Nifong issued a formal
subpoena for the same key card records Sgt. Gottlieb had previously obtained
informally.3 (Compl. ¶ 434”

Substitute the real words formal = legal-- informal = illegal

4. Given that Sgt. Gottlieb could not be aware of information in Duke’s exclusive
possession, there is no plausible basis for the speculative allegation that Sgt. Gottlieb
“knowingly” included false information from Levicy in the NTO Application.

So all the plaintiffs now have to show is that Gottleib had reason to believe that levicy or magcum was not telling the truth. And this is easy.


Poor moron Gottlieb not even enough sense to hire a good lawyer.

So Gottleib now has a split pea lawyer from the land of lala.

Tom E.