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Nader loses another appeal. Next stop: Supreme Court of PA

If you would like a New Year’s project, how about helping fight the duopoly by supporting Ralph Nader in efforts to redress the wrongs done to him in Pennsylvania? Nader was the victim of criminal interference in his attempt to get on the ballot in PA, but before the criminals were exposed, a court had determined that Nader must be legal fees (towards defending himself from the now-acknowledged criminals.)

I guess Nader could use funds to fight all this, and letters of support to PA judges and/or elected officials.

Here is the latest update on the struggle, reposted from Ballot Access News:

from Ballot Access News
Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Again Denies Relief to Nader on 2004 Costs
December 31st, 2008

On December 31, 2008, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court again refused to reconsider the matter of costs that Ralph Nader was ordered to pay to the people who challenged his petition in 2004. The original request for reconsideration had been based on new revelations that the challengers had been indicted for using state resources. The new request had rebutted the Commonwealth Court’s response. That Commonwealth Court’s response had been that the money is owed to different entities than the entities that were indicted. The new request for reconsideration had proved that assertion to be mistaken. But, the Commonwealth Court on December 31 simply denied the request without explanation. This will now be appealed to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

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