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February 17, 2012

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Jose Martinez

Nice - another judge who decides what the result should be first and then reasons backwards to find a way to support it. This episode of judicial activism cost the tax payers fifty to a hundred million dollars plus the time of the appeals court to play the bad guy and reverse the trial court judge and actually enforce the law as written and intended by congress.

DarrenMcKinney

Trenga for President!

Darren McKinney
Washington

Tim Morgan

Outrageous judicial passivism.

If they fixed subcontract pricing, it is presumed the pricing was not fully competitive. Not only that, they concealed felonies. The judge must thing corporations are people.

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