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maybe this will help you it is my statement this is a civil case and nothing more, there where many emails to several different people in charge. All of them were either a complaint or a threat to sue them for the way they treated Mr. Wynn and Mrs. Sityar, nothing more. Weyerhaeuser has took one or two emails out of many and used them out of context, and then added their own redderick to have Mr wynn arrested dose this help nothing you sent me applies all I see is your first answer is what the prosecution will more then likely say I need a case law that will back up what I am saying and the relevant excerpt. my motion for dismissal is for lack of evidence
davis vs. state send me the relevant excerpt please you now it goes along with it in a motion thank you I will see what I can do with it
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