Someone will have to explain why Moore isn't binding in the IL state court.
Because the states still have a measure of sovereignty. Just like there may be splits of opinions between federal circuits, there can also be splits between a state and a federal circuit court of appeal, even if that state is located within that circuit. As I mentioned in my post #457 above, the federal courts still have teeth for violations of an injunction or by awarding monetary judgments under 11 U.S.C. section 1983.