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Old 7th November 2011, 06:52   #1
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Default Marshals Ordered to Seize Righthaven Assets

I wonder if the U.S. Marshals will let us do a "ride along" when they seize Righthaven's assets. You have to admit, this couldn't happen to a more deserving bunch of scumbags. Thanks to [H] forum member "Methadras" for the linkage on this one! On Tuesday, the federal court in Las Vegas issued a writ of execution requiring the U.S. Marshals Service to seize $63,720 in Righthaven assets to satisfy a judgment and costs in favor of Wayne Hoehn. A federal judge in Las Vegas has ordered Righthaven to pay $119,488 in legal fees and costs to prevailing defendant Thomas DiBiase and a much larger fee award is likely by the same judge, Roger Hunt, in Righthaven's failed lawsuit against the Democratic Underground.
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