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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    They said the same thing about the Trayvon and Zimmerman case, even though he was on record as highlighting his race as the reason he was suspicious. So, one has to wonder the objectivity of what constitutes a "reasonable mind".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Safety View Post
    They said the same thing about the Trayvon and Zimmerman case, even though he was on record as highlighting his race as the reason he was suspicious.


    So, one has to wonder the objectivity of what constitutes a "reasonable mind".
    Let's get the the OP to clarify ... I notice he posted no precedence of what *constitutes a reasonable mind*

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    I bet this kid winds up blowing up a coffee shop somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Obvious View Post
    I bet this kid winds up blowing up a coffee shop somewhere
    Obviously he was playing out an ISIS operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    Yes, indeed, if there is a dispute of fact, the jidge, for purposes of a motion to dismiss or a summary judgment motion must look at the fact as those most favorable to the non-moving party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newpublius View Post
    Yes, indeed, if there is a dispute of fact, the jidge, for purposes of a motion to dismiss or a summary judgment motion must look at the fact as those most favorable to the non-moving party.
    Proving once again that we are nation of laws ... not men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    Proving once again that we are nation of laws ... not men.
    Ooops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Safety View Post
    They said the same thing about the Trayvon and Zimmerman case, even though he was on record as highlighting his race as the reason he was suspicious. So, one has to wonder the objectivity of what constitutes a "reasonable mind".
    After all this time you still don't know that was a lie. Fascinating.
    Call your state legislators and insist they approve the Article V convention of States to propose amendments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Safety View Post
    They said the same thing about the Trayvon and Zimmerman case, even though he was on record as highlighting his race as the reason he was suspicious. So, one has to wonder the objectivity of what constitutes a "reasonable mind".
    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    Let's get the the OP to clarify ... I notice he posted no precedence of what *constitutes a reasonable mind*
    Boy that takes me all the way back to 1984, first year law school. Without doing research, it means there has to be some evidence to support the contention -- not innuendo, or argument, or supposition -- but evidence. At the summary judgment standard, the party has to put up some evidence. To get summary judgment (to toss someone's case at an early stage) is very very difficult. The bar is not very high for the responding party to get over. But, you cannot respond with argument -- you have to put up evidence, or at least evidence to raise an argument. Judges just do not toss cases willy nilly. It's not done. Every benefit is given to the suing party -- the clock boy in this instance. 99% of what I do is civil defense -- representing those evil insurance companies -- and it is very difficult to get a case tossed, particularly by a federal judge.
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