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Lawsuit by wbtv dismissed

jrscott295

Posted 12:05 am, 12/08/2017

I'd have to read the judge's decision, which I haven't.

However if all documents had been provided to WBTV by the time of the lawsuit then a dismissal is the usual course of action. The lawsuit was nothing more than to compel the county commissioners, county manager and Sheriff to provide the documents in relation to a FOIA. It was a civil not criminal lawsuit. It may also have been dismissed at the request of the SBI if they felt the civil lawsuit would interfere with their criminal proceedings. Assuming the judge did not dismiss with prejudice the lawsuit can be refiled if WBTV feels it's warranted.

jack rip her

Posted 11:29 am, 12/07/2017

The lawsuit and the sbi investigation have nothing to do with each other. Maybe WBTV was presented all the phone and email records which I doubt.

Cliftonridge

Posted 11:05 am, 12/07/2017

Good question. Why was suit dismissed. And how will it change DA’s case.

jack rip her

Posted 10:57 am, 12/07/2017

Why was the suit dismissed ?

aFicIoNadoS

Posted 9:53 am, 12/07/2017

Have some read the petitions for removal to you that include SBI information in them.

Cliftonridge

Posted 9:52 am, 12/07/2017

We’ll see won’t we.

aficionados

Posted 9:50 am, 12/07/2017

Its a civil case. Doesnt have anything to do with criminal investigations nor does it include any of the evidence from the criminal case.

Cliftonridge

Posted 9:47 am, 12/07/2017

I guess the posters on here aren’t happy about dismissal. Doesn’t go along with your views.

aFicIoNadoS

Posted 8:57 am, 12/07/2017

What about it?

Cliftonridge

Posted 8:26 am, 12/07/2017

What about the dismissal of the lawsuit in Wilkes yesterday

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