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Supreme Court orders AZ Secretary of State to Respond 12 hours before deadline

Written by Subject: Voting and Elections
Part one July 25th

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The Arizona Supreme Court sets the deadline for the State to respond to suit weeks from now and only hours before the deadline for the Secretary of State to appoint the Verification Committee so the Hand Count computer verification law can apply to the 2006 election cycle. I am to file by a date after the deadline.



ERNEST HANCOCK, ) Arizona Supreme Court

) No. CV-06-0252-SA

Petitioner, )


v. )




) O R D E R

Respondent. )


On July 25, 2006, the Petitioner filed a Special Action Petition. After consideration,

IT IS ORDERED that the Response to the Special Action Petition shall be filed on or before noon on Friday, August 11, 2006. The Reply shall be filed on or before noon on Tuesday, August 15, 2006. There shall be no oral argument.

DATED this ____________ day of July, 2006.


Rebecca White Berch

Duty Justice


Ernest Hancock

Hon Terry Goddard, Arizona Attorney General

Attn: Diana L Varela


1 Comments in Response to

Comment by David McElroy
Entered on:

The tedium of the governmental processes is often not merely bureaucratic constipation, but a very
effective weapon employed to destroy all paths to victory for opponents of the criminal oligarchy. If the government considered honest elections to be a matter of **QQ**national security**QQ**, the law would be immediately implemented at gunpoint within a few hours. But honest elections would do nothing to serve the cause of a tyranny, would they?

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