Berg's Application for Injunction Curiously Moves On at Supreme Court

Separate conference for injunction scheduled a week AFTER conference on certiorari petition
Apparently, according to the docket for Philip Berg's case at the U.S. Supreme Court, the application for an injunction pending disposition of the petition for certiorari has been "referred to the Court" by Justice Antonin Scalia, with a conference scheduled for Friday, January 16, 2009.

"I'm certainly encouraged," Berg told America's Right. "I'm encouraged because it is still there."

If the application for injunction truly is to be considered in conference by all nine Supreme Court Justices, it took a roundabout way to get there. It was filed and denied by Justice David Souter and refiled and once again denied by Justice Anthony Kennedy before making its way to Scalia's lap.

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12/18/08  - URGENT NOTICE False rumors are circulating Justice Kennedy denied our Application for an Injunction to Stay Electoral Vote Count by Congress on January 8, 2009. However, our Writ of Certiorari is still pending and is now scheduled for Conference before U.S. Supreme Court on January 9, 2009.