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October 12, 2011



I love the law vs. law,or like this one the law vs (the people who scammed us)......

a tit for a tat as they say :)


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Salvador Ezequiel Echek

Wondering what led Davis to pay 'out of pocket expenses' for a corrupt government in power since August 1979. The issue here is malicious act so should proceed in charging this government for breach of contract not corruption as no services have been in excesss or in less payment.

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This post is worth reading and interesting. I was able to see your legal point of view.


Nothing new. Corruption is everywhere.

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