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Published: Sunday, July 15 2012 11:46 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Is this a form of Jury tampering? Can organizations shop for judges they can payoff to make favorable decisions? Isn't this against the law? Oh its government looking for a government paid sympathizer so that doesn't count as tampering with the law and courts decisions.

Is the government really above the law and courts to the point that they can shop for other courts to find a judge based on sympathy and not the law? Can anyone do the same thing? I know Utah does this too and I disagree with this kind of specialized prejudicial judgeship in a court of law.

I think that Las Vegas must accept that the depression is going to affect their business and state government resources and to get used to it and adjust. Las Vegas has already lost 25-30% of its american workforce in education and public service and home owners and small business so why the rush to steal water?

Because now is the time to do it when the economic depression and high inflation and taxes federal waste spending they have money to splurge on RDA projects, land grabs, from the depressed lives of its citizens.

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