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If you have any comments or concerns about the way I'm playing ol' Toasterface, this here is the place. Anon is on and comments are screened, all that good stuff.
From: [identity profile] acemedium.livejournal.com
Ha….!
Now this is a story all about how
My life got Core-pulled upside-down
I’d like to tell you a story sit there and see
I’ll tell you how I became the
Coffee-guzzling prosecutor of SP

From the depths of hell died and raised
In the courtroom was where I spent most of my days
Springing back, HAX, torturing Trite all cool
Throwin’ coffee at his head ‘cause he’s a tool
When a couple of Feys who were up to no good
Started making trouble in my neighbourhood
They made one evil plot and I went HELL NAW
But was suddenly kidnapped and dumped in Canada

I went to the network and went “what the hell”
Monsters and crime as far as I could tell
If anything I could say this place was creepy
But I thought nah, forget it, I’ll grab some coffee

I retook the bar while trolling Edgeworth quite a bit
Snagged Maya and went “I’ll take you in if you need it.”
Set up my coffee machines and I was finally free
To be the fresh coffee-drinking prosecutor of SP
Edited Date: 2011-03-06 05:14 am (UTC)

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Date: 2011-10-27 06:43 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] frosty-mind.livejournal.com
Er... This may or may not matter, but class actions are civil complaints and nothing to do with the prosecutor's office. It's past time for a class action lawsuit against AGI, mind, but a prosecutor would be alleging criminal conspiracy, or something of the sort. You could bring a class action lawsuit with one plaintiff and a judge's certification that a possibly-aggrieved class existed without any sanction whatsoever from the prosecutor's office.

The so-called "criminal class action" suits aren't legally speaking class actions: they're cases with criminal charges which end up in a settlement where money gets distributed to people the prosecutors think have been harmed.

The reason this may matter, apart from chrome, is (1) there does need to be at least one plaintiff of record, iirc, who may be in a lot of danger as a result (though today's news feed may have supplied this) and (2) firing Diego from the prosecutor's office doesn't make this go away.

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Date: 2011-10-27 06:59 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] frosty-mind.livejournal.com
Criminal conspiracy is the main focus, I think, though there has to be a main charge on which to hang the conspiracy. There are charges pertaining to misuse of authority ... (googles) ... I don't know the exact language, but this is a color of law violation (well, Siren's Port / Canadian equivalent.)

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/civilrights/color_of_law

I think that even before the arson, AGI's behavior constituted a criminal conspiracy to deprive SERO and neutral businesses of their rights(*) under color of law.

(*) or their property, or equal treatment, or some such

But a class-action civil suit does make a dandy backup plan.

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