This week and next will prove two of the most pivotal in the fight for truth and justice. Singing River is filing multiple motions daily in an attempt to squelch free speech, step on the rights of redress, to obscure and provide cover for unconstitutional acts on the part of the Jackson County Board of Supervisors.
The volleys that are being fired from Singing River’s side indicate to this correspondent, and to others in the legal profession, that SRHS has much to be worried about.
This publication is hearing from attorneys who practice at the DEFENSE bar over the outrageous requests of SRHS and their attorneys Dentons and Dogan & Wilkinson. The motions include several personal attacks on Harvey Barton and Earl Denham. When the record is reviewed as a whole, there emerges a pattern of disparagement of these attorneys by defense attorneys, certain plaintiffs’ counsel, and the Court. This disparagement is designed not to cause distress to Barton or Denham, but to their clients.
Such bad actors have apparently decided that since the will of the attorneys will not be diminished, the will of the plaintiffs should instead be broken.
PAY ATTENTION: They are counting on the fact that you tired and willing to give up the fight. They want you surrender and not get the answers you deserve. Folks, if Roy Williams’ son can get answers over his $60,000 dispute, why can’t you get yours?
We will be providing copies of these motions and analysis as they become available. Watch this space.