by- Suzie-Q @ 8:19 PM MST
As of this writing, my attorneys and I continue to wait patiently for Judge Gladys Kessler, to rule upon the motion before her to lift the injunction on the 13 years of telephone records. A hearing was held on the matter on June 5, 2007, in Federal District Court in Washington, D.C. What was anticipated to be a quick decision – perhaps, even from the bench on June 5th – now has turned into a month long wait.
However, a judgment must be made on the matter, one way or the other. The Court simply cannot refuse to make a decision. Of course, it is my sincerest hope and belief when it does rule – the Court will remove the injunction and thus, allow the phone records to be released. Once lifted, I have every intention of distributing the records, en masse to any responsible member of the American press, media or blogger communities OR licensed private detective, who wishes to receive a full set of the records.
I think it is important though before doing so, to state how and why I have come to the conclusion the records should be distributed; especially, at this juncture.