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Sent: Tuesday, May 16, 2006 9:00 AM
Subject: [proprights] Information links for new
The question, of course, is now going to be
whether there is one David Spohr . . . or two . . . but it looks more like
Interesting that the P-I tells us that the
job requires a mediator, not a property rights advocate . . .
Even more interesting to learn that Mr.
Spohr was the federal government's lawyer in the Hage case . . . and that
he was certainly not arguing the property owner's side of the case.
So, we need a mediator more than we need a
property rights advocate . . . OK . . . but why are we getting a mediator
who has been paid in a past life to try to take property rights away from good
. . . Just wondering, mind you . .
Not that this means that he won't work out
OK, but lawyers are taught to be capable of arguing either side of a case
equally well, regardless of where their heart stands on the issue in
question. I simply wonder which side of the fence this fellow's heart