Monday, December 22, 2008

Derrick Gillenwater's Emergency Motion for First Amendment and Rights to File Motions to Compel and for Summary Judgment was..... ignored.

A source at Suffolk Superior Court informs me that Mr. Gillenwater did indeed file an Emergency Motion to get his First Amendment Rights back and for permission from the Court to file a Motion to Compel and for Summary Judgment.

Three weeks ago, on December 4, 2008. No response to date.

But when the high-powered Defendants Jeffrey Denner and Kevin Barron sought an emergency motion to get Mr. Gillenwater's blog shut down, the Court hopped to it and did the dirty deed in about 72 hours, offering up this Unconstitutional Ruling as noted by the Citizen Media Law Project.

There is a "Litigation Control Hearing" in Gillenwater v. Denner et al, 05-5469, scheduled for January 13th, 2008 at 2pm. Maybe that is when the Court will finally just go on ahead and lynch that uppity negro Derrick Gillenwater for daring to assert his rights as a United States Citizen. Then Massuh' Denner and Massuh' Barron can keep on practicing without those pesky increased malpractice insurance premiums, because gosh knows Denner can't afford any of that, with only $28M and $16M settlements under his belt from the Big Dig fiasco that killed Milena Del Valle.

Better read this post to and this post to understand more fully.

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