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rocktivity Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-01-05 12:51 AM
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58. But what is there to rebut?
Edited on Sat Jan-01-05 01:09 AM by rocknation
If the husband has been incarcerated since 2002, the wife filed for divorce in April 2003, concieved no earlier than May 2004, and has had no contact with the husband, what is there to rebut, epecially since the husband didn't contest the divorce? There is no American law that says you have a right to be born in wedlock--it may be considered a sin, but it is NOT a crime.

This judge is being one of those "activist judges" Bush complained about, and he's throwing away the lawbook just as surely as the judge who put up the ten commandments in his courtroom.

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