Thursday, June 21, 2007

What it costs to stop Lupe Almaraz, as a government agent, to stop demanding identities of confidential sources & prevent access to my private diaries

This is the ongoing cost of one blogger's quest for justice, and it ain't finished yet.
What OD-Legal's doing is a waste: a waste of time, a waste of money, and a waste of resources. They are wasting the court's time, and they are wasting the state's time. These inefficient lawyers (Richard Munoz, Steve McGinty, Anthony Mischel, Vanessa Holton, etc.) from OD-Legal could have been spending their time by furthering the DIR's mission and sue the crap out of the multi-million dollar CMS players (because that's who is currently who's fcuking the taxpayer).
Instead, the state's Dept. of Industrial Relations, Office of the Director's Legal Unit has been brought down upon the blogger. The state is attempting to crush the blogger. David versus Goliath; let's hope justice prevails.

June, 2006: $3,400.00
July, 2006: $5,778.00
August, 2006: $4,050.00
September, 2006: $ 675.00
October, 2006: $ 500.00
November, 2006: $2,350.00
January, 2007: $ 620.00
February, 2007: $1,950.00
March, 2007: $1,125.00
April, 2007: $4,454.81
May, 2007: $9,549.57
June, 2007:$????????
July, 2007:$????????
Total:$34,452.38

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4 Comments:

Anonymous the gipper said...

???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????//This has been the pattern developed many years ago by DLSE. Any dissension amongst the troops is dealt with through tax payer money. Management figures that they can always outspend any challenge to the system and it has worked. Let's face it, they almost have an unlimited budget to out screw anyone. All they have to do is cut cost any other areas. An example of this is the security counter promised by the Labor Commissioner. That has been put on hold due to the cost involved in the blogger court case and the rising cost of the CMS Program. Bureaucrats will always be bureaucrats. Lets hope you win this one for the gipper and have them pay for all your court costs. Maybe the new Labor Commissioner will come to your aid. I understand that she is deeply involved in the civil rights of individuals.

6/21/2007 8:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am confident that the court will order the State to pay your attorney's fees and court costs. But if for any reason, the court does not make such an order, I'd be interested in contributing to the Blogger's Defense Fund. I'll bet there are many others who would do the same. I hope it doesn't come to pass, but if necessary, let's remember who has been fighting for our First Amendment rights.

6/21/2007 6:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wha a a a a a a a a a a a !

6/22/2007 11:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW! That's a lot of money! Where do I send my donation to this cause? Is my donation tax deductable?

6/26/2007 10:38 AM  

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