Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Advertising on the Mohave County Site? Sam Brower Deposition "Continued?"

Elaine Taylor makes the claim for "The Hope Organization" that Piccarreta lied.
The one page claim is impossible on the face of it, since Rozita Swinton NEVER identifies herself as Rozita Swinton in the various calls, so how would she know? Particularly if Rozita fooled them as she fooled Texas, and apparently Flora. Elaine carefully stamps the top of the page so that everyone can see that they do indeed, exist.

In the next filing, the court carefully states that it doesn't really give a flying rip what Elaine thinks, but that it got her note. The note is deemed "unsworn" and thus not relevant.

More interesting at the bottom of the court's acknowledgment is the seeming postponement of Sam Brower's deposition. This comes in the very last sentence after acknowledging that the court "got" Elaine's note.

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Toes said...

It does seem like a flagrant attempt at publicity by Elaine; after all, it is well known among FLDS interested parties that bloggers like you are going to be pointing court filings and other things like this for the rest of us!

The Pharisee said...

It's really hilarious. No one goes to their site. No one cares. So they send a letter as a sort of legal filing to Judge Conn, and put there rubber stamp all over it so that people will see them.

They'd might have better luck if they published a nude calender. Of course, I don't know if I'd want to see that.

cheese said...

Since when does a "typo" make a "blatant lie"?

Pronunciation: \ˈblā-tənt\
Function: adjective
Etymology: perhaps from Latin blatire to chatter
Date: 1596
1 : noisy especially in a vulgar or offensive manner : clamorous
2 : completely obvious, conspicuous, or obtrusive especially in a crass or offensive manner : brazen

Hey, that sounds just like Flora!

The Pharisee said...

Well, Conn yawns it off and says it's not a sworn statement in the second filing today.