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    (Quote from anotherTroll)

    Why do you think that Woodford based their "investment interest" on the Rossi asset? Because of the prospect of near term product sales should the Rossi technology pan out. IH was meant to be an engineering venture. They…
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    If the e-Cat works, why did Rossi produce fraudulent data, a fraudulent front company, and why did he sue for money instead of simply demonstrating that it works? None of that makes sense -- if it works. The only sane conclusion is…
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    And here I thought I was going to get something done today.
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    New Documents. As always, thanks Eric!

    193 - Notice of Hearing - today (2017-03-23: 2:30pm) IH has a long list of objections to discovery regarding Rossi and JMP. They allege inappropriate lack of knowledge and refusals to answer questions in…
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    Hi Roger, 'discovery' is a legal term with specific meaning to lawyers that is different from it's general English Language use. It refers to the legal process before a trial where both parties are expected to ask all of the questions…
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    I'll provide the analysis, regardless of whether it is useful or warranted.

    IH does ***NOT***  want anybody to know the content of Dewey's email communications. Period.
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    180 Is the Judge's denial of Rossi's Motion for Sanctions. She instructs this issue regarding Corporate depositions to be resolved by the Magistrate (per my post above).
    181 and 182 Announce that there is a one hour hearing…
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    As I noted, the American Bar Association experts disagree with you. Who do you think knows more about jurisprudence? You, or the ABA?
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    Even that would be enough for a mistrial. Judges and losing attorneys take that very seriously.
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    Jurors who ignore the judges orders get in trouble no matter what sort of trial it is. Also, the judge has to declare a mistrial and start over again.
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    It would disqualify them. As WMartin points out, that is what happens in cases like this. The lawyers from one side or the other would strike the person. The judge would instruct jurors not to investigate the case while the trial is…
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    WMartin
    yes, exactly, the case is about the contract and not about the technology.
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    ele wrote:
    WMartin wrote: 

    I am not an attorney.
    WMartin wrote: However, there is no chance for the forums to influence the trial for the following reasons:


    WMartin wrote: IH attorneys will strike anyone who expresses an interest in LENR
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    Peter Gluck

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    I am not an attorney.

    Having served in a jury a couple times and having been involved as a plaintiff in a civil trial once, Almost all jurors are very conscientious once they are selected. One of the key…
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    Nope. The lawyers will exclude people who know about the case. The judge will instruct the ones who are chosen not to read outside sources of information. If members of the jury disobey, and they reveal information not presented…
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    ele wrote
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    I've seen this repeated by more than one person on the forums. However, there is no chance for the forums to influence the trial for the following reasons:
    1) There are only a few hundred at most that read the forums and jury…
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    Remember, legally Darden, IH,IHP, and Cherokee are all independent separate entities even if they are all run by Darden. Rossi is fishing for contradictory answers he can use in the trial. This is all a standard part of this type of trial. Fishing is…
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    bang99 ,
    It's better than 2k posts. This thread is part 2.
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    Given the amount of money, I can almost guarantee an appeal. Based on my own case, legal fees for an appeal would run 600k to 1 million dollars. Chicken feed when dealing with a possible 100 million and up judgement.
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    Rigel ,
    The trial is still in the discovery phase. There will be no open proceedings until the trial enters jury stage. That means that the only information we get right now is the documents submitted to the court or court rulings.