Here is the Miracle Wheat trial transcript.
Miracle Wheat trial transcript
Here is the Miracle Wheat trial transcript.MiracleWheatTrial.pdf
Thanks. I'll take a look.
BTW...it's been a while!
Let me know if you ever come across this:
Thank you and Greetings!
Some of the newer board members/lurkers may not be familiar with some of your work from the past.
Your post history reveals a deep and varied collection of topics.
Hope you and yours are well!
Shocking that C T Russell would be involved in a commercialized and corrupt fraud, its so unlike him.
This was a Supreme Court case? Why? Did the parties not agree with lower court rulings?
Just in response to Anders's questions:
There were no lower court rulings. Typically in a common law legal system, such as USA, civil cases where the amount claimed is above a certain level will be heard by a trial division of the Supreme Court. Any appeal will then go to the appellate division of the same Supreme Court (typically 3 judges).
I recall that Anders lives in a country which has a civil law system, not a common law system. Typically in civil law countries, the equivalent of the Supreme Court only hears appeals.
Just as a general note to anyone put off by the prospect of reading 400+ pages, there is a citation summary in the last 4 pages. In short, Russell sued the newspaper for defamation, lost at trial, appealed on a point of law, and lost again.
Thanks for your clarification. I just read up on (some of) the differences between common and civil law. Never realized those!