In Uncategorized on 05/28/2016 at 11:22

I can hear the adenoidal snarl of the late great Conrad Veidt, as he leers at Hans Conreid and Ingrid Bergman, and Claude Rains gives us one of his ambiguous smirks. That was when they made movies….

Enough nostalgia.

But I daresay the conversation will be a trifle one-sided, as IRS doesn’t object to Joseph A. Insinga, Docket No. 9011-13W, filed 5/27/16 taking his own deposition.

And either that Obliging Jurist Judge David Gustafson isn’t a cult-movie fan, or he eschews the sort of wit that drew Judge Posner’s rebuke to Judge Wherry, as to which see my blogpost “There Goes the Neighborhood,” 9/3/13.

No, Judge Gustafson dryly orders “…petitioner’s application is granted and that, pursuant to Rule 81(b)(2), petitioner is authorized to take the deposition as requested.” Order, at p. 1.

I’ve blogged Fighting Joe’s fight a lot, but it’s instructive.

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