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Old January 16, 2020, 07:08 PM   #5
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It would appear that there would be a VERY strong case to bring against the woman for filing the suit since according to the judge she clearly had no bases to bring the suit and the claim "child in common" could be considered perjury.
Except the lawmakers deleted that possibility, so not only are you guilty until proven innocent; when you are absolved, you have no recourse against the malicious false testimony.
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