Discussion in 'General discussion about executive action' started by s_gan, Sep 25, 2015.
I was stating as per Greg's tweet. Not sure if the courts open that early.
Since government is involved in the litigation, they are represented by Glenn M. Giridharry and Sarah Wilson of the office of immigration litigation for the U.S. DOJ., and Kerri Keefe on the U.S. Attorney's office for the western district of Washington.
People in Seattle is there any way you guys can make these defending lawyers go late to the TRO hearing...like making their cars flat....or jamming the traffice on their route some how....so we can get TRO with out any defence.....
excellent opportunities come at your firm - you should start IT consulting and we will all join you
Thats good thought i might need to hire you
hahaha.. that would definitely help.. all the people in backlog from Microsoft and Amazon alone would be sufficient..
They should just gather outside the court for support - wonder why someone didnt do that
guys, let's be responsible in what is said in a public forum. I have just good a sense of humor as the next guy but this is a live court hearing.
mods..are you planning to open a new thread?
You guys clearly have no idea of regular Seattle traffic. You don't need to make any new efforts at all.
there is http://www.immigration-information.com/forums/threads/tro-filed-what-next.19479/
this is like a Bollywood movie
This thread is now 100+ pages. Since it has now become a place to mostly follow court updates, lets close this thread and continue on the "TRO filed, what next" thread.
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