Monday, June 16, 2008

Larry Sinclair Lawsuit Against 3 Anonymous Posters Tossed?

DBKP is hearing rumblings in the DC legal jungle that Obama accuser Larry Sinclair's lawsuit against
3 anonymous posters at Democratic Underground may have been tossed by Judge Henry H. Kennedy.

A PR release from the Center for Law Forfeiture, the same outfit run by D.C. attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley, states this about the case:

"At the press conference, Larry will (i) reveal the corroborating
evidence for his allegations regarding Obama, (ii) address the time-line of
the response of the Obama campaign to his allegations and the murder of
Donald Young, the openly gay choir director of Trinity United Church of
Christ, Obama's now-former church and (iii) the significance of the refusal
of U.S. District Court Judge Henry H. Kennedy, Jr. to allow Larry's case to

The PR release also states that Larry Sinclair will "for the first time reveal corroborating evidence" on Sinclair's claims that he and Obama engaged in sorid sex and illegal drugs back in 1999.

The release also claims that "despite death threats and an organized campaign to prevent him from speaking publicly" Sinclair will finally spill the beans.

We find these claims to be amusing as Sinclair has spent months on his website pleading for "donations" to help with his "legal"costs, published people's identities and IP addresses, filed two federal lawsuits, given numerous radio interviews and written countless posts, and was able to rent a large room to give a press conference at the National Press Club.

We remain skeptical that Sinclair will finally put the money where his mouth has been all these months. The only thing we've invested in this whole sordid mess is time, while others have invested "donations" along with their "faith" in Larry and Larry's accusations.


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