Read today's excerpt of the December 15th hearing in U.S. Federal Court in Rockford in the Seipler v. Cundiff et al. case on www.mchenrycountyblog.com/
In the excerpt published today Judge Mahoney asks Nygren's attorney, James Sotos, whether he is supposed to be happy with a large number of tickets on which drivers were recorded as Caucasian, when they apparently were not.
"THE COURT: What am I supposed to with somebody that misidentifies 140 individuals as Caucasian?
"MR. SOTOS: Judge, I got –
"THE COURT: Am I supposed to be happy with that?
"MR. SOTOS: Well, Judge, you know what? I’m not happy with that, but that’s not — "
Who was the McHenry County Sheriff's Department deputy being referred to as "somebody"? Is he Deputy Bruketta, who is mentioned moments later?
Judge Mahoney is trying to push this two-year-old case to trial. He shortened the leash on the attorneys by restricting time for completion of depositions, some of which were started but not finished. After you read the excerpts, you may wish to allow an hour and go back and start at the beginning to get the full picture of what went on in court that day.
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