Famed civil rights attorney Gloria Allred will be in a Boston area courtroom Wednesday in an attempt to unseal the sworn testimony given by Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, in a prior court case, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting. "The Boston Globe is headed to court tomorrow morning for an emergency hearing in an attempt to obtain a court order to unseal the sworn testimony given by Mitt Romney in a prior court case and to lift a gag order so that the parties can speak about Romney. Gloria Allred will be in court representing one of the parties in the
Comments: It would take a crooked political judge to release sealed testimony for campaign purposes. I would also think any appeals process would keep this locked up beyond the election. The sole purpose might be to cause that to happen as there might not even be anything of any significance there.
Of course the records will not be made public, which is exactly what the slimy creeps wanted. That way they can speculate about things far worse than what is actually there, and the media will report that speculation as fact. Remember, it is the seriousness of the charge that matters, not the truth.
With what we know about Romeneys character does anyone really believe theres a bucket of slime hidden under a rock somewhere with his name on it?
If something really juicy existed no court order could ever have kept it secret in the Mass courts. It would have been leaked, maybe even by the judge. This entire cesspool of a state is nothing but a democrat hackorama. I've personally been in pig stys that are far cleaner than the political world here.
She and her friends haven't exhibited any interest in finding out the details of a former child abandoned by his parents who is reeking havoc on the world stage. Another Dem with what it takes to plumb the depths of Dante's Inferno.
This has Obama's MO written all over it. Evidently it has something to do when Romney was Bishop and counseled a Morman woman to keep her baby rather than abort it. I believe she filed suit after she had the abortion. Unseal Obama's records too..let's air everything out.
All she wants is for the rumor mill to get it out there. Fine. MSNBC, NYT and WaPo will run with her story and FOX, Daily Mail & etc... will run with Trump's. What we really need is some dirt on Gloria.
Over the last few years, I've had just about enough (a belly full, to be exact) of this vicious, bitter, headline-craving old hag. Doesn't she have anything better to do?
Is this what Allred went to law school for? To run around the country trying her best to get on camera and destroy good and decent men and women? She should have her claws out for criminals such as child molesters; God knows there are plenty of them out there.
Hmmmm...the Norfolk Probate & Family Court in Canton, Massachusetts? Since we know Mitt has never been divorced, it can't be the sealed proceedings of his children's custody (like Jack Ryan).
Did AllRed dig up some woman (her only client base) who now feels she should get more money now than was awarded then??
Does she think Mitt said something (following church teachings) that could be twisted to "he maliciously said it to deny this poor woman what she deserves" and try to make Romney look bad as a candidate??
This is how O won the Senate in Illinois. He had the divorce records of his main primary opponent and his Republican Senate opponent unsealed--using the press as a surrogate. What standing does Gloria Allred have to unseal these documents? The press can claim the First Amendment.
Ms. Ulwick was a mere Assistant Judicial Case Manager, according to the Middlesex website, but she has since been elevated (see below).
Little video of her here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iQW8TvoNOs
Her Nomination from Obama uber alles man Deval Patrick: http://masslawyersweekly.com/the-docket-blog/2012/02/07/patrick-nominates-three-to-probate-court/
And of course, her assignment of this request was likely no accident. Chances of a new car in her driveway before Christmas? High...very high.
Their previous strategies so far... 1) Couldn't get his tax returns out of the IRS (well, legally anyhow) 2)tried to highlight and unseal records (How odd...Obama camp fighting to unseal records...amazing coincidence!) a 1981 boat license issue that turned into an arrest over alleged disorderly conduct (yes, look for it it's out there, old news and minor) 3) Obama signature move to secure his Senate seat was, as another above mentioned...to unseal damaging divorce records. 4) Trump has some counterintel and will hopefully go full monty with it soon.
Does anyone think for a minute that Romney, a long-time Mormon, has any skeletons in his closet - don't think so. As mad as Newt was at Romney for all the negative ad's in the primaries, I'm sure newt would have brought this up.
And there's a big difference between a gag order and sealed documents. More than likely has to do with one of his boys. Boys being boys sometimes end up in trouble.
Just look at Barry's record in his various campaigns. He prefers to disqualify or embarrass his opponents out of the race and run unopposed. That failing he loves to run against second and third rate competition like John McCain or Alan Keyes. This current presidential race is the first real contest he's ever been in, except of course when Congressmen Bobby Rush called him ''an educated fool'' and beat him like a rented mule in Obama's first race for Congress. Obama's lesson from that early beating was that elections are problematic and need to be simplified by any means necessary... Hence, Allred to the rescue!
#15, that sort of thing wouldn't be handled in F and P Court. And if the maid claimed she was assaulted by Romney, it would be a criminal matter.
Insofar as the abortion counseling story is concerned, they've been trying use that against Romney since 1994. In any case, the woman who had the abortion is refusing to speak except through an intermediary.
Maybe someone can find the elusive police report regarding Gloria's rape accusation in Mexico (if any charges were pressed, i'm sure she was too upset to /s), and the autopsy of one of her husbands who committed suicide.
BTW, I guess all of you know she hitched her star to Norma McCorvey and Sandra Cano, better known as Roe re: Roe v. Wade and Doe, re: Doe v. Bolton back in the day.
She must be one of the Lilith, free sex, parade 15 year old rape victims on TV, man hating, yet Eden's morality police women.
The bar should have dropped the hammer on her a long time ago.
While the press goes there, maybe they could look up the social security number the prez uses from that state and his rush to pay his decades old tickets from Harvard days and a lot more juicy... and I mean juicy stuff.
There must be a special place in hell for a bottom-feeder like the detestable Mz. Allred. I hope she finds out soon.. Don't know how she sleeps at night. Oh wait a minute! She, like all other BATS sleeps during the day hanging from the rafters. Never mind..
How about we Conservatives file a class action suit against Allred for violating our civil right to a fair election. If her actions can be deemed legally frivolous, then this action amounts to election tampering.
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