Gilding v. Carr
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More Documents From the Case
Almost all the legal documents filed thus far are available from the Plaintiff's law firm's web site: http://www.azlaw.com/firm-news.php
Is this site supposed to represent factual, non-biased information? Because it doesn't. The summary claims that the Defendant accuses the Plaintiff of: "harrassing and intimidating a subordinate CPC to death." Well, yes it does, but that isn't at issue in the lawsuit. The complaint does indeed contain that quote, but if you follow the link provided to the actual text you find that the actual quote is this: "This was a man who lied under oath and manipulated the Training Order in order to harass and intimidate a subordinate woman...some say to death." That's quite different. To summarize the essence of the suit with a quote from the Plaintiff which is not only demonstrably false but proved false by a link on the same page, without also summarizing the defense is blatant bias.
Blatant bias... seriously? It's a summary, not the full text.