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Blogger Crystal Cox Extortion Allegations; Anti-Corruption Blogger Crystal Cox FIGHTS BACK
Crystal Cox Extortion Allegations; Anti-Corruption Blogger Crystal Cox FIGHTS BACK Against Extortion Allegations in Judicial Ruling
By: Crystal L. Cox
“Cox apparently has a history of making similar allegations
and seeking payoffs in exchange for retraction”
Cox has not been found guilty by a court of law, had a formal investigation nor any kind of due process on extortion allegations. Therefore an esteemed, highly "reliable source" such as a 3 Judges on an Appellate Panel, should not make allegations of speculated crimes of the Defendant, especially quoting a New York Times journalist as the source of said opinion, or allegations.
I have NO ISSUE with those Speaking Critical of Me, that is your Constitutional Right.
I do not care about being personally Criticized,
I care about
Judges obeying the Law and obeying the
Constitution of the United States of Amerca.
It is one thing for a journalist and a blogger to have equal rights in reporting the news, this is important. However when corruption stories are told or "broke" by these outlets, the authorities then need to perform a formal investigation before a judicial ruling makes those same allegations, as a MATTER OF LAW and Legal Precedent.
I Don't Care Who Likes Me and Who Does Not.
I care about our Judges obeying the Law,
and Respecting our Constitutional Rights.
Crystal Cox via her attorney Eugene Volokh, UCLA Constitutional Law Professor filed a Motion to Rehear / A motion to REDACT the allegations against Cox that are hearsay and rumor maliciously reported by New York Times Journalist David Carr.
To Read this Motion; Click Below
A Few Quotes from Eugene Volokh's Motion to Rehear (https://docs.google.com/
"A judicial assertion of misconduct by a named person, even a judicial assertion modified with the word “apparently,”
But it ought not be based on a newspaper column, which was written without the benefit of cross-examination, sworn testimony, or the other safeguards of the civil justice process. The claims in the columnist’s assertion are neither facts found by a fact finder nor facts subject to judicial notice under Fed. R. Evid. 201."
Link to "Motion to Rehear" Filed by Eugene Volokh;
Crystal L. Cox, Online Statement regarding and in support of the Motion to Rehear, to Clarify or Redact Courts statement, “Cox apparently has a history of making similar allegations and seeking payoffs in exchange for retraction” and the surrounding media and corruption.
Crystal Cox Statement after the Appeal WIN
More on the Crystal Cox Ninth Circuit WIN for ALL
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