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September 13, 2011

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Olterigo

Unknown? They're just afraid that their arguments are so bad (and, consequently, the money for the private lawyers will be judged so harshly) that were video available it would make not only the news but The View.

Andy Patterson

There's nothing "unknown" about their reasons -- they don't want to be videotaped the way the Proposition 8 case was videotaped.

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