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4 Jan 2013, 3:27 pm by Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law
He next shows up at the February 6, 1989 San Bernardino Mayor and Common Council Meeting (from the minutes:) PUBLIC COMMENTS – THE SWORD A citizen, identifying himself as the Anti-Christ, also known as the Sword, Commander-in-Chief of the House of Ying during the battle of Armageddon, stated that the taping of all meetings of the Mayor and Common Council is [sic] required to be announced according to the Supreme Court decision of Davis v. [read post]
4 Dec 0001, 4:00 pm by Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law
He next shows up at the February 6, 1989 San Bernardino Mayor and Common Council Meeting (from the minutes:) PUBLIC COMMENTS – THE SWORD A citizen, identifying himself as the Anti-Christ, also known as the Sword, Commander-in-Chief of the House of Ying during the battle of Armageddon, stated that the taping of all meetings of the Mayor and Common Council is [sic] required to be announced according to the Supreme Court decision of Davis v. [read post]
24 Jan 2012, 12:01 am by Robert Thomas (inversecondemnation.com)
The Court of Appeal concluded that an exception to the home venue rule with the ominous label "sword-wielder" applied, because the official act complained of was performed outside of the county's home turf, and: whether the state is the initial sword-wielder in the matter, and whether the plaintiff's action is in the nature of a shield against the state's thrust. [read post]