Sunday, April 27, 2014

Cattle Battle: Cliven Bundy is an Anarchist and Domestic Terrorist, NOT a Patriot

by Sunnyjane

Militia patriots honor the National Anthem of the country they would like to destroy. 
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines patriot as One who loves his or her country and supports its authority and interests.  Conversely, the definition for anarchist fits Cliven Bundy like a redneck's undershirt: a person who rebels against any authority, established order, or ruling power.  And when Harry Reid called him a domestic terrorist, he was using the George W. Bush administration's definition of domestic terrorism: ...the unlawful use, or threatened use, of force or violence by a group or individual based and operating entirely within the United States or Puerto Rico without foreign direction committed against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof in furtherance of political or social objectives.  I guess Sean Hannity didn't get that memo.

In addition, Cliven Bundy is an ignorant, racist, hypocritical, lying, welfare-mooching old git, the far-right's Jesus-in-a-Stetson.  Yeeeeeee hah, Buckaroos! 

A Wail of a Tale:  Now About Those 19th Century Ancestral Rights...

Whoa, people have lived here since 10,000 BC.
Let's get real here.  If there's a land-grabber in this mess, it's Cliven Bundy, not the government.  Bundy doesn't own the land on which he's been grazing his cattle for free all these years; he has no deed to the land and he's never paid taxes on it.

Furthermore, he has lied about those ancestral rights -- as reiterated by his daughter in a fairly illiterate Facebook screed.  The truth is that his family has not grazed up and down the Virgin River since 1877, at least that which flows through southern Nevada.  According to the 1900 Census, Bundy family members lived in Arizona.  Cliven's father, David Bundy, is seen on the 1940 Census as still living in Arizona; he bought the land in Nevada on which the Bundy family lives today in 1948, two years after Cliven was born.  And he did not purchase the public land that is in dispute today.  There are records to prove that, of course.  Oh, those pesky verifiable documentary evidence thingies!

There's a history here, of course; it's not an issue that suddenly appeared out of thin air.  President Ronald Reagan signed an Executive Order in February 1986 establishing fees for use of federal (public) land because it had been poorly managed by the ranchers themselves by overgrazing on certain parcels and ignoring the environmental impact of some of their activities.   All ranchers in the area, including Cliven Bundy, began paying these fees accordingly -- government subsidized fees, I might add: the fee today is $1.35 per cow/calf combination, a real bargain, since to graze on privately owned grazing land would cost a rancher up to $16.80 for the same cattle combination.  But in the early 1990's, Mr. Bundy decided that the public land actually belonged the county, and he no longer paid his grazing fees.  He tried a couple of times to give them to Clark County, which refused to accept them, of course.  (That's sort of like paying your mortgage to your neighbor because you don't like Bank of America's attitude.)

He filed a law suit.  He lost.  He refused to pay the million dollars he owed for back fees. The BLM revoked his grazing permit.  By now he had decided that the land was actually his, having those bogus ancestral rights and all.  The BLM warned him several times that his cattle could be impounded if he continued his refusal to pay.  Then he was told that on such-and-such a day that BLM enforcement officers would arrive on the public land to take any cattle that roamed there.  That began the current imbroglio.

Sounds like Cliven Bundy is taking lessons from Vladimir Putin, doesn't it?

Oh Give Me a Home Where the Negro Don't Roam...

Real good thing you Fox boys is all white 'cause I ain't talkin' to no Negros .
After the BLM wisely decided not to enforce their orders to impound Bundy's cattle for fear that there would be shooting, the gun-totin' rednecks declared victory, saddled up their horses, and left old Cliven to his own devices.  Perhaps they had had enough of him, anyhow, since he was not happy with them.  Why?  Because, it seems he had given them a command -- which he had received from God himself, mind you -- that they tear down the toll booths at Lake Mead and disarm the Park Service.  (Don't ask me why; I dunno.)  But they didn't carry out his order and Bundy was angry with them: The message I gave to you all was a revelation that I received. And yet not one of you can seem to even quote it.   Well, no wonder the man was pissed; I mean it was from God, after all.

So when the real story was over, old Cliven would have been much better off to retire to his front porch and bask in his anti-establishment heroism, feverishly wondering which right-wing politician was going to be the first to invite him to the 2015 State of the Union Address.  They were all lining up, I'll wager.

But then his balloon burst.  For some reason, in the waning moments of his fifteen minutes of fame, Cliven Bundy decided to share his thoughts on The Negro:  And because they were basically on government subsidy, so now what do they do?  They abort their young children, they put their young men in jail, because they never learned how to pick cotton. And I’ve often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton and having a family life and doing things, or are they better off under government subsidy? They didn’t get no more freedom. They got less freedom.  (And, no, I've never heard of anyone -- of any race -- aborting young children, either.  The man's an illiterate kook.)  And a healthy dose of hypocrisy, given that he received government subsides for his grazing fees and has received welfare for twenty years for his cattle after he stopped paying.  Can you say Getting free stuff from the government?   Can you say Taker?

So as frequently happens when the far-right takes on what they believe to be a government overreach issue, the solid waste came in direct contact with the small oscillating appliance -- again.  All the ravers and ranters -- politicians, pundits, and television/radio talking heads -- started pulling away or went into hiding.  Even the Koch Brothers' Prosperity for America Nevada scrubbed their support from all of their social media accounts.  Heh.

End Note

I love the U.S. Constitution, but I don't recognize the government it stands for!

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The Sarah Palin 'Kiss of Death' Endorsements for 2014

by Sunnyjane

Her endorsements are as toxic as West Virginia water.  Good luck, grizzlies!

Besides being paid and trying to shellac herself with a facade of relevance, why is Sarah Palin endorsing a bunch of loser, has-been, never-will-be, and otherwise inexperienced candidates this year?  Couple of reasons, I think.  First, she cannot run for any office herself and risk a rehash of how ill-informed and actually stupid she is.  Alaska wants no part of her, and Arizona won't give her the time of day.  Second, she'd love to screw over establishments Republicans by getting some ditzy, highly unqualified Tea Party types in the House and Senate.  After all, she's made it perfectly clear that Ted Cruz needs reinforcements in Washington.

Though in her long history of endorsements Palin has had a few victories, her record ain't that great.  Basically, she's all puff and no powder.

Early Victim Succumbs to Palin Kiss of Death

No, to a customer unless you promise to vote three or four times.
Since teleportation has not quite been perfected yet -- it's that rascally old science thingy of moving molecules and atoms and stuff -- voters in Florida wondered how it was possible for Lizabeth Benacquisto to be slinging barbeque with Sarah Palin in one place and voting in the Florida statehouse at the same time.  That's taking multi-tasking to a whole new level.  Tut, tut!  Gov. Rick Scott is so concerned about voter fraud in his state, but he'd best look at the habits of his lawmakers before he continues his purge of the voter rolls.

Anyhow, Benacquisto lost her primary bid in the contest to take coke-snorting Tray Radel's congressional seat that's up for grabs since his resignation in January.

Another one bites the dust.

Porky Pig Threatened by Tea Party Candidate!

Good times a'comin' in the Corn State, folks!  We're bringing out the big desk drawers for Ernst! 
In Iowa, Joni Ernst also seems to have a little, um, problem doing the job for which she was elected.  Ernst doesn't try to be in two places at once, no sir!  She simply doesn't show up to vote -- 117 times.  After being called out about these missing-in-action periods, Ernst said that her responsibilities in the Iowa Army National Guard were the reason.  Well, it did not take much to find that her National Guard duties only accounted for about twelve days.  (What don't these lying fools understand about research?)  The other absences were because -- wait for it; this is disastrous for female candidates -- juggling roles as a wife and mother ... a state senator, and a very, very tough competitive race for the United States Senate.

So if she's too busy to be a responsible senator in her own state, how does she intend to do the job in Washington?  She may well have been, at one time, a hog-castration maven down on the farm, but there's more to the job of senator in Washington, D. C.  Or, given the Republicans' determination not to actually do anything for the American people, perhaps she would fit right in.

Take those hog cajones to D. C., Joni!

A Quitter Endorses a Quitter -- You Can't Make This Stuff Up

I wonder when she quit washing her face and her wig?
One has to assume that Karen Handel has had her anti-Palin KOD shots this time around.  But don't bet your 401(K) on it; Obamacare doesn't cover those.

Handel's reputation as a quitter and loser precedes her.  She was Georgia Secretry of State from 2007 to 2010.  When announcing her endorsement of Handel recently for U.S. Senate, Palin made the laudatory statement that, You know her background, you know her record. The conservative who has walked the walk. Cutting budgets, not raising taxes, how often do you see that in government?  The problem is, the Secretary of State has nothing to do with taxes or budgets, so Handel does not have a record on those issues.  (Have I ever mentioned that Palin is stupid?  Yes, I thought I had.)

So then Handel quit the SoS job in 2010 to run for the Georgia governorship, and Palin endorsed her then.  She lost.  The Susan J. Komen Race for the Cure was Handel's next gig, where she was the prime instigator in the plan for Komen to stop awarding grants to Planned Parenthood for breast cancer screenings.  Little investigation was required to learn that her real motive was to see that the women's health organization did not provide funding for abortions.  There ensued the Mother of All Backlashes over this action, and Handel quit not long thereafter.  Komen reversed the decision later and began funding Planned Parenthood again.

Handel then went on to write a book titled Planned Bullyhood, condemning Planned Parenthood.  It ranks  #715,820 on Amazon.  (Heh.)

End Note

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

When Will Alison Grimes Declare 'Game On!' Against Mitch McConnell?

by Sunnyjane

Since you asked, Mitch:  Repealing the Second Amendment, Defending Obamacare, Ending the War on Clean Energy, and Protecting the Living. There.  How's that?
In about seven months, Americans will vote to keep or replace their congresspeople, all four hundred and thirty-five of them.  There are also thirty-three gubernatorial races and thirty-three senate races to be decided on November 4. Personally, with the 2012 general election, Virginia's gubernatorial election in 2013, and this year's election, I feel like all I do is vote

While the University of Virginia professor and director of its Center for Politics Larry Sabato dismisses the Kentucky senate race as hardly one worth watching -- he believes there's no way McConnell can lose -- there are plenty of others who disagree. 

Waaa...I Wanna be the Senate Majority Leader!

All right, Mitch, you had your fun, now let go.  Stop it!  I said, LET GO OF THE GUN!
Perhaps Grimes is waiting to see what happens in the Republican primary election in May between McConnell and his loudest opponent, Tea Party darling Matt Bevin before she starts fighting in earnest.  Bevin has support from all the right places (pun intended), including Jim DeMint's Senate Conservative Fund.  The McConnell campaign seems less than impressed by this support: Matt Bevin now has the dubious honor of standing with a self-serving D.C. fundraising group that made its name by recruiting and promoting unelectable candidates that ensured Barack Obama a majority in the Senate.  (Ouch!)  The Bevin-McConnell kerfuffle is more than just a newbie trying to oust a long-time senator: it's a battle between the Tea Party and the establishment Conservatives.  The Tea Party  big-wigs would support a maggot-infested Twinkie if they thought it would send another Ted Cruz/Rand Paul/Mike Lee, etc., to the Senate.

McConnell also faces the likelihood of being ousted from his Minority Leader position if the GOP does not win control of the Senate.  Even if they should somehow gain control, an even bigger threat is that he would not be allowed to become Majority Leader.  That would leave a bruise.  Mitch has a lot of issues facing him this election and his campaign is going to have to navigate each one of them.

So, Alison, time to get serious.  It's not like there's nothing in Mitch's legislative record to criticize.  And giving him a poke about how he holds a gun -- KY women do it better -- ain't gonna cut it.

Running in Place -- Backwards

OK, Turtle-head, which part of "paycheck fairness" don't you understand?  The "paycheck" part or the "fairness" part?

That Sen. McConnell is a leadership-weenie is hardly worth my typing that fact.  The Tea Partiers in the Senate ignore him, and he has little following from so-called regular conservatives.  He follows before he leads.

And such was the case with the Paycheck Fairness Act when he harrumphed that  At a time when the Obama economy is already hurting women so much, this legislation would double down on job loss, all while lining the pockets of trial lawyers. It's just another Democratic idea that threatens to hurt the very people that it claims to help.  This is, of course, so much bullshit balderdash.  President Obama did win the gender gap in 2012 by eighteen percentage points, after all, and has done everything allowed by law to make women's lives easier.  The same can hardly be said for the Tea Party Republicans.

We Can't Afford to Give Those Slackers More Money!

Yeah, so $4.9 trillion for real important stuff.  But the President is trying to bankrupt the country!
After trying -- but failing, fortunately -- to add an amendment to the unemployment benefits extension that would, ahem boost job growth by approving the Keystone XL pipeline, reducing taxes on small businesses, and eliminating the 30-hour workweek rule in Obamacare, the Senate passed the bill on April 7 and sent it to an empty House; they decided to go on vacation until April 28.  Great work if you can get it, I suppose, to do nothing while earning $174,000 a year.  Now, has it occurred to anyone on the Hill that this could have been done last December?  No, I suppose not.  They don't give a damn anyhow.  Makes you wonder if they understand that part of their mission as elected representatives of the people is to Promote the General Welfare.

Obamacare is a Disaster, Too Expensive, and Must be Repealed!

HUH?  You're telling me Obamacare is working?  Even in KENTUCKY?
Not only is the Affordable Care Act working -- yes, even in Kentucky -- it is becoming more, well, affordable.

The Tea Party-run GOP has been all over the place on the ACA.  Ted Cruz is beginning to sound like a badly stretched 8-track tape with his We'll repeal every word of Obamacare! mantra.  This, of course, is one of the brilliant people who said two years ago that Americans don't need health insurance because that's what Emergency Rooms are for.  Now, he's joining forces with those who are pushing the idea that ERs should turn away people without health insurance, but offers no solution as to how they would obtain that health insurance.  OK, I know this makes no sense, but indulge me: we're talking about the Tea Party here.

Alison Grimes has welcomed the support of former president Bill Clinton, who told Democrats back in March that they should not run away from Obamacare in the 2014 elections.  But even though Kentucky has signed up almost four hundred thousand of its citizens for the ACA,  Grimes seems bent on taking the advice of Democratic pollster Celinda Lake, who cautions: Don’t defend Obamacare.  Say it was flawed from the beginning, and we’re going to fix it.

If Alison Grimes cannot stand in front of her supporters and stick up for a program that has allowed four hundred thousand Kentuckians to be enrolled in the ACA and Medicaid, perhaps she shouldn't be running for the U.S. Senate after all.

Maybe she's seeking counsel from the horoscope column in her local newspaper.  I dunno.

Fortunately, There is GOOD News for Grimes

Just before publishing this post, there came late-breaking news that Grimes is taking in a good amount of money -- she's topping the Turtle -- through her grassroots campaign.  Looks like Kentuckians really do hate Mitch McConnell.

End Note


Wednesday, April 9, 2014

On Ukraine: The Gospel According to Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney

by Sunnyjane

 A Hymn to Her:  Mouth Almighty, Tongue Eternal
Hi ya, John!  I'll be able to see Putin rearin' his head in Ukraine some day!
Dear Quitter Half-Term Governor Palin:

Congratulations on proving once again that you can be wrong more often than a stopped clock.  That's quite an accomplishment, and one for which you should be commended.  Your heart-stopping prediction that Vladimir Putin would invade Ukraine if Barack Obama became president in 2008 turned out, typically, to be an abject FAILURE.  You made this statement when, in August of that election year, Putin took over Georgia.  And what did then-President George W. Bush do to combat that situation?  He went on a two-week vacation to Crawford, Texas, and cleared brush off his ranch, or something like that.  Did you mention that during the campaign?  No, I didn't think so.   But you insisted that Sen. Obama's indecision and moral equivalency would embolden Putin to try the same thing in Ukraine.  (Since moral equivalency makes no sense whatsoever, I'll help you out here: I'm pretty certain that you meant moral equivocation.  There, fixed it for ya.  You're welcome.)

In your characteristic frequently-wrong-but-never-in-doubt style, you took your I Told Ya So victory lap a tad prematurely on Facebook and Fraud News.  Instead of advocating a military solution to every regional ruckus in the world, the President has spent the first five years of his two terms (he was, you'll remember, reelected in 2012) building peaceful coalitions around the world, including NATO and the European Union.  As a result, he was able to quickly bring those parties together to sanction Putin -- and threaten more and tougher sanctions should that need arise.  Not a nuke was fired, there was no military intervention, no war, not even a squirmish, as you so astutely screeched. So much for that communications-journalism-just-showed-up-for-classes degree you claim.

Eleven days after President Obama initiated sanctions against Russia, Putin called him to ask for a diplomatic resolution to the crisis.  Sanctions, Sarah, get it?  Not one U.S. soldier had to deploy to a foreign country.  No one got wounded, maimed, or killed.  See how it works when you have an intelligent adult in the White House?

Can we hear some more about how President Obama is gutting our military?
When the foreign press calls you a traitor, Quitter, you know you've got problems.  Even Pravda can't stand you, as you may recall from late 2010: To attack the President of the country at a time when the USA needs to close ranks and stand together to consolidate the enormous strides President Obama’s intelligent and respectful approach has achieved in building bridges, when her party’s period in government bombed them, ...Sarah Palin comes across as a pitifully inadequate anachronism from the times of the Far West. 

So why don't you just stick to endorsing losers like the hog nut-cutter from Iowa.  Considering Ernst's record for not being present to vote in the state Senate, it seems to me that Iowa might be better off sending the ball-less swine to Washington.  He'd fit right in with his fellow Tea Party Republicans.

A Hymn to Him: Lord, Hear Me While I Bray

Romney:  What Bush did was the right thing for the country!
Dear Former Governor Never-Ever-going-to-be-president Romney:

Congratulations on possessing such an outstandingly negative sense of timing.  Combined with a decided lack of geopolitical savvy, a Romney presidency would have set this country back to the George W. Bush era, when he was the most unpopular president in modern history.  In 2012, two months before the election, your shoot-first/aim-later timing on the situation in Libya was so premature that President Obama had to rebuke you for not understanding how important it is to make sure the statements a president makes are backed up by the facts, and that he understands the consequences before he makes them.  You were running for his office and you didn't understand that?

So when the Ukraine situation came along, you obviously decided to take the President's schooling to heart; bad timing again.  On March 23, you appeared on Face the Nation and criticized President Obama for his naiveté in not understanding Putin's intentions regarding The Ukraine.  (Actually, that country has not been The Ukraine since 1991, when it declared its independence; do try to keep up.)  You also intimated that had Obama taken strong military action in Syria, Libya, and Crimea, the situation in Ukraine might not have happened, and further added that our international reputation was the worst it has ever been.  It took Sen. Dick Durbin to dispel you of that particular notion: Governor Romney's suffering from political amnesia. Does he remember the reaction of the rest of the world to our invasion of Iraq? The fact is that many of our stalwart allies of the past thought it was a terrible decision. What President Obama has done is restore working relationships.  You see, the President had been working to clean up the mess W made and as a result, NATO and the European Union were behind the President one hundred percent.  Oh, yeah, and the G8 is now the G7.

And then, in all your wisdom, you said that the President should use strong sanctions against Russia.  Well, you're still not in the game, Governor; the President did that on March 17.  And guess what?  Five days later, Putin called President Obama and asked for a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine.  See, this is called being a 21st Century president.  George W. Bush didn't understand that either, and look where it got us.

I love firing people.  I love trees that are the right height.  I love pissing off the Brits.
Like Sarah Palin and John McCain, you haven't learned a damn thing about leadership -- or statesmanship -- since running for high office.  Your little trip abroad in 2012 should have taught you how unqualified you are to be President of the United States.

Hardly had the wheels of your airplane tucked themselves into their little hidey-hole when one of your advisers told a British newspaper reporter that Obama has not been an effective partner for Britain because he doesn’t “fully appreciate” America’s “Anglo-Saxon heritage."  What a stupid, racially provocative thing to say, especially since many Americans are not of Anglo-Saxon heritage.   Not to mention that President Obama has an excellent rapport with the U.K.

In London you managed to insult our closest ally by questioning their preparedness for the Olympics.  And you committed a major diplomatic faux pas by telling the press that you had met with the head of MI6.  This is simply not done in the UK, Mitt, and you should have known that.

It got worse -- if possible -- in Israel.  Even with Sheldon Adelson along to hold your hand, you managed to schedule a $50,000 per plate fundraiser on one of the holiest days in Israel, Tisha B'Av, a national day of fasting.  Then again, speaking to a group of donors, you managed to insult the Palestinians -- and further irritate the Israelis -- by saying that there was a dramatically stark difference in economic vitality between the Jewish state and the occupied territories because of their culture.

Finally getting that fiasco behind you, you went to Poland where one of your staff told a reporter to Kiss my ass.  Now I know it's sometimes difficult, especially after such an already awful trip, not to feel like telling someone to kiss my ass.  But in front of an international press corps?  Not too smart.

Oh, some worse news, Mitt:  Your test for Foot-In-Mouth Disease came back positive.  There's no cure.

End Note

Thursday, April 3, 2014

First court order in new custody trial between Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin: None of Levi's motions have been dismissed, trial setting conference scheduled, evidentiary hearing required, court notes that "a best interest finding" in regard to their son Tripp has never been made in the past

Parental expert Bristol Palin: 
The custody trial she thought would never happen

By Patrick
UPDATE MAY 2014: Mentioned below are all our posts in which we reported the details of the new custody proceedings between Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin concerning their son Tripp. We published the complete legal exchanges between the parties, including the new affidavits and court orders. Almost all of these documents have never been published elsewhere.


Tuesday, February 25, 2014

BREAKING - The heat is on: Levi Johnston files for joint custody and asks court to hold Bristol Palin in contempt and return Tripp to Alaska - UPDATE: Read Levi's new court filings! Levi asserts that Bristol took Tripp out of state against a court order, seeks a court ruling about the custody, provides detailed affidavit


Thursday, March 13, 2014

New filings in the custody case between Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin - Exchanging legal arguments and new affidavits, and Bristol is on the defensive: No sign of necessary "written consent" by Levi to remove Tripp from Alaska, just the opposite


Saturday, March 22, 2014

Custody trial Levi Johnston vs Bristol Palin, the next round - Levi's lawyer tears Bristol's legal arguments apart and shows that Alaska case law is not in Bristol's favour - "A child is not a chattel to be bargained away for consideration"


Thursday, April 3, 2014

First court order in new custody case between Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin: None of Levi's motions have been dismissed, trial setting conference scheduled, evidentiary hearing required, court notes that "a best interest finding" in regard to their son Tripp has never been made in the past


Sunday, May 4, 2014

Levi's and Bristol's custody trial is now scheduled not just for one, but two days!

Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston: The custody trial, part 2, is taking shape. While the new proceedings have been ignored by the media this time around, in sharp contrast to 2009/2010, when the media was all over it, we here at Politicalgates kept a watchful eye and published all the new exchanges between the attorneys. 

Levi's lawyer Darryl L. Thompson presented three new motions, and Bristol's lawyer John J. Tiemessen (who also is Sarah Palin's lawyer) responded to them, with both parties presenting new affidavits.

We reported about the new proceedings in great detail and published all the documents HERE, HERE and HERE.

Being challenged with facts and hard-hitting legal arguments in court is obviously not the favourite activity of the Palin-camp, and that's probably why, in a rather bizarre move and apparent "pre-emptive strike", the Palin-camp in January this year leaked the false fact to the media that Levi "lost" the custody case - at a time when the newly opened case hadn't even begun.

But now things are under way, as they should be. Superior Court Judge Eric Smith scheduled a trial setting conference on May 2, 2014 and made clear in his new court order from March 31st, 2014 that all of Levi's motions have legal validity, but as the facts are disputed, an "evidentiary hearing" on all the issues is required.

A very inconvenient fact for Bristol Palin, explained at the end of the order: A "best interest finding" in regard to Tripp's custody has never been made in the previous custody trial! There is also another interesting, and rather inconvenient remark: "The court also notes that the parties entered into the stipulation nearly four years ago when the parties' son was one year old, and it appears that they have not adhered to the agreement since its inception."

Well, that's only too true, as Levi could call himself lucky if Bristol allowed him to Tripp.

For example, during the last six months, while Bristol was in Arizona, Levi hardly saw Tripp less than a handful of times.

In the voluntary stipulation from August 2010, it was agreed that Levi should get access to Tripp twice a week.

But the court now also notes: "The court never approved this agreement."

So from this new court order it is more than obvious that things will now start over again. At the end of the proceedings, there should be a solution that really is in the best interests of Tripp. This is all that matters.

Things are looking good for Levi, and this comes as no surprise. What did surprise us however is the fact that the media not only published false facts before the trial even begun, but that up until now, virtually keeps total silence about it.

Therefore, we will continue to keep a watchful eye on the proceedings.

Here is the new court order from March 31st, 2014: