Court Yet To Issue Ruling in Robin Hood Case
After three full days in court for an “evidentiary hearing”, attorneys for both sides in the Robin Hood case have filed their memorandums of law by the October ninth deadline. Here’s the memorandum of law from the city’s high-paid private attorneys as well as their “request for findings and rulings“. Here’s Robin Hood attorney Jon Meyer’s response to their request and his memorandum of law. We’re still waiting to see if the robed man will issue a “preliminary injunction” or dismiss the case.
Also, the court denied another Robin Hooder’s attempt to join the case as a defendant. Free Keene blogger Jay Freeville had filed a “motion to intervene”, in which he provided evidence of his Robin Hooding activities, yet the judge denied the motion, without explanation – as usual.
In the 2nd civil case (seeking money) filed against the Robin Hooders by the people calling themselves the “city of Keene”, the city’s attorneys have filed a “motion to consolidate“. Defense has yet to respond. Stay tuned here to Free Keene for the latest.Want to discuss rather than just commenting here? Visit the Shire Society Forum.