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Thanks for your answer. I understand that my motion is not the place to re-try my case, I tried that with my Habeas motion, which was summarily rejected... for time, even though the 9th circuit has adopted the rule that actual innocence bars ADEPA'a statue of limitations. That's why I filed the Rule 60(B) motion, the judge messed up, and I'm hoping he'll realize it... or accept it. So botXXXXX XXXXXne... I've caused him/them to think, and they'll rule when they get around to it...
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