Attorney-at-Law

THE LATEST SILT-STIR

In Uncategorized on 11/27/2019 at 16:07

The Glasshouse Gang is heading for their unpardoned turkeys today, so there is neither opinion nor designated hitter to send us off to our Thanksgiving Day.

But what would a Glasshouse send-off be without a silt stir, to keep your hardworking blogger up to snuff?

For those coming late to this my blog, the silt-stirring metaphor for a case that requires re-examination of a bushelbasketful of cases past, present and to come, first appeared here in my blogpost “The Great Dissenter,” 12/28/11. And it was there that Judge Mark V Holmes first said it: “The silt we stir today will cloud the cases we plunge into tomorrow.”

All y’all will remember the massive silt-stir precipitated by Graev. What, you don’t? Then see my blogpost “Stir, Baby, Stir – That Silt,” 12/20/17, especially the aforesaid Judge Mark V Holmes evoking brigades of imaginary horribles as the retro effect of Graev went marching on.

This pre-holiday stirring features Rich Lacey II, whose joust with the Ogden Sunseteers, with its concomitant jump-ball with the Glasshouse Gang was the subject of my blogpost “The Whistleblower Office – Blown,” 11/25/19.

Well, today we have Judge Emin (“Eminent”) Toro suggesting IRS bukh about the effects (or otherwise) of Lacey in Robert Reese Hutchinson, 696-19W, filed 11/27/19. IRS is looking for summary J tossing Rob Reese. While Judge Toro doesn’t tell us the grounds alleged therefor, I wouldn’t be surprised if “no action, no money” was what the Dec in Support says, and not much else.

Even though he dissented in Lacey, Ch J Maurice B (“Mighty Mo”) Foley evinces more than a passing interest in the case, as he scrutinized IRS’ failure-to-state-a-claim move on Bryant Dwayne Crawford, Docket No. 18178-19W, filed 11/27/19. Ch J Mighty Mo likewise orders IRS to dish about Lacey.

But while Judge Toro lets Rob Reese reply to whatever IRS has to say about Lacey, Ch J Mighty Mo only wants to hear from IRS. BDwayne can only stand and wait.

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