This article pairs up well with today's news headliner which declares the "AG alleges bias." In the RMS matter, the AG rules in favor of Apuron and his questionable land transfer. In the PAG case, the AG takes exception to her office' earlier decision approving contract and now sides with the PAG in their default charge against the current contract holder. The point I'm trying to make is that the AG cannot see the forest for the trees in cases of public importance. I didn't think the AG was so biased herself. Maybe I have it all wrong.
Pius trying to divert and deflect again. Is that what they teach at that RMS fake seminary? Does Pius think the people are that stupid?
If it is going to be returned, it has to be done correctly. We don't want it taken back because of technicality in the future. The S in RMS means also slick.