WestViking wrote:Read the Statement of Claim carefully.
I tried to, but it is tiresome and repetitive in the extreme. I printed it out to take home, as my computer being out of order I have a lot of free time after work.....
I found the Paragraph 15 intriguing -- "It is a matter of public record that Mr. Warman has denied under oath...having made the Cools Posting or having had anything to do with it."
Isn't this the "I did NOT have sexual relations with That Woman" defence? I mean, didn't Mr. Clinton deny under oath having lied to a Grand Jury among many other things that later proved only that, among other things, he was a perjurer? And didn't that in fact get him impeached?
That is, the fact that one has denied under oath that he did not do something does not mean that he did not do it. It may just mean that he is confident you won't find the smoking gun that proves he did.
"The line separating good and evil passes not through states, not between classes, nor between political parties, either but right through every human heart." Alexander Solzhenitsyn