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Tuesday, April 27, 2004
There are two suits before the J-Council that are under seal. The one I was referring to in my previous post was filed before the statue of limitations ran out on filing elections suit. Presumably that means it was about elections but that is only a guess.
I have another possible speculative answer to add for this one. It could be a suit filed by a "lone-ranger" who doesn't want the publicity associated with filing an elections suit. Former ASUC personages come to mind as possibilities.
I would still guess that it's SA v. CalSERVE
The other sealed suit was filed yesterday. No clue what it could be about, but probably not elections violations since the statue of limitations ran out.
It could be about the DAAP incident but that remains to be seen.
Some Possibilities for this one:
1. DAAP v. J-Council
2. Paul v. DAAP: Interfering with the J-Council
3. Someone suing Paul/SA for filing Frivolous suits. This would hinge on connecting Paul to Student Action... since the J-council couldn't really do much to Paul alone. Email This Post!
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