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Date: Wed, 09 Jul 1997 16:12:46 -0700
To: jus-dare@freedom.by.net
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Court Backs Macy Role v. Key (fwd)

Ah, yes, but WHICH district court?

See "Definitions" in 31 CFR 51.2 and in 52.2.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

p.s.  Please also read "Karma and the Federal Courts"
in the Supreme Law Library at the URL just below 
my name.

At 01:17 PM 7/9/97 +0000, you wrote:
>*Jus Dare*
>Court Backs Macy Role v. Key
>From:             bjinkins <bjinkins@wspice.com>
>To:               oak <okcty@oak.oakland.edu>
>Subject:          Court Backs Macy Role vs Rep. Key 
>                  Court Backs Macy Role in Investigation
>                                07/04/1997
>                              By John Greiner
>                              Capitol Bureau
>The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Thursday rejected state Rep. Charles
>Key's request that it order Oklahoma County District Attorney Bob Macy
>to do his job while conducting a grand jury inquiry into the Murrah
>Building bombing.
>''Public officials such as the District Attorney of Oklahoma County
>are presumed to obey and follow the law,'' Chief Justice Yvonne Kauger
>wrote in an order refusing Key's request.
>Kauger said there's no allegation, either in writing or at an oral
>presentation, that Macy has refused to perform any statutory duty
>regarding the current grand jury proceedings.
>The grand jury convened Monday.
>Last Friday, Key filed a petition with the Supreme Court, asking it to
>order Macy to do his job properly.
>Key has been at odds with Macy because the Oklahoma County district
>attorney had asked the court earlier to block Key's efforts to get a
>county grand jury convened to investigate the bombing.
>Macy had said the grand jury could compromise the federal prosecution
>in the bombing.
>Although he has been critical of Macy, Key said last Friday that Macy
>had displayed encouraging signs recently that he would cooperate with
>citizens' desire to expose the truth about the April 19, 1995 bombing.
>Last week, Macy said, ''This action by him won't have any effect one
>way or another.
>''I am still going to do it the way it is supposed to be done.''
>The Oklahoma Supreme Court said Thursday that district court is the
>place for Key to seek relief regarding Macy's conduct.
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