- Oct 30, 2000
Nope. I have not argued that at all. Never stated as such and emphatically have made statements that I am not arguing the merit. I am only talking about the what ifs of the situation legally. If the merits of the motion are true, then X is likely to happen. If the merits are not true, then Y is likely to occur. In fact I have stated I don't care about the outcome of the Flynn case at all. I didn't claim Flynn acted under duress, only that the claim was made. I invite you to reread all my posts if you don't believe that in this thread.You've argued that the motion has merit all along. You've also claimed that Flynn acted under undue duress, something the motion simply does not address. You're clearly acting as his advocate.