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Old April 29, 2012, 03:54 AM   #160
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Then on Apr. 16th, we have Doc #144, an EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ORDER, assigning the discovery dispute to a magistrate.

This suggests to me that someone in a much higher pay grade, has just slapped the hands of Judge Kendall. Her bias is evident, at least to me. It will be telling if this case does not go back to her.
Does anyone know what the Executive Committee is? Is it at the circuit level or at the district level?
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