The Northwest Herald, commenter “Nob,” a/k/a Robin Mohr, linked to a story about Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s not accepting service for a court subpoena.
Illinois Leaks’ Kirk Allen made this reply:
Robin, you are correct it was not about the right to unionize but about the way it was done.
I should have clarified that better.
You claim the terminations was for political gain – Oh do tell what political gain was there?
You say no legal cause.
Others know otherwise.
Time will tell.
“No Dog’s waltzing will change the fact the Judge has ruled in favor of the union and the three fired.”
Once again, you just can’t resist with the ongoing lie that the judge ruled in favor of the three fired.
The case, as you KNOW was not about those three getting fired.
Please show the world where the judge ruled in favor of the three fired.
The time and place for their termination are at arbitration.
I believe it was just last month that they finally got to a point where such arbitration can be had.
Stephen, how many court cases have you been involved in or followed?
Avoiding service, if that is what was actually done, is done for a list of reasons and every process server out there knows how those games are played and lawyers know why.
Avoiding service sets the clock back.
It buys time for reasons most have no clue of.
While the paper and others make a mountain out of ONE summons not getting served on Andrew and his attorney not accepting service, they IGNORED the fact Kelly REFUSED to accept service for Lutzow.
Why is it a big deal for Hanlon to not accept and ok for Kelly to not accept service?
The one thing I can’t wait to happen is the WHOLE truth to come out to prove to everyone that has said there was no cause that there actually was cause.
Will that cause meet the level of termination?
Some attorneys have told me 60/40 yes, others have said 70/30 yes.
Regardless of the final outcome, there are clearly things many of you are not aware of.