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January 18, 2012

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Barreto

As long as no one is doing anything illegal, I don't understand why they can't leave them be.

Kent Scheidegger

There is no need for a class action here. One hundred people is not too large to make them all parties in the conventional way.

Making them parties would also have the benefit of formally identifying them for the counterclaim for costs of the illegal occupation that the city *should* be filing.

Lloyd the Idiot

Pro bono bonehead.

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