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STATE OF MINNESOTA
JULY-7 PM 2:03
Hon. Marilyn Brown Rosenbaum
COUNTY OF HENNEPIN
HENN CO.DISTRlCT COURT ADMINISTRATOR
FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Peter Freeman and James D'
ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO AMEND
FINDINGS OF FACT AND ORDER
Janette J. Swift,
Court File No. 27-CV-08-9585
The above-entitled matter
came before the Honorable Marilyn Brown Rosenbaum on
July 7, 2011 for Hearing by
Telephone on Plaintiffs timely Motion for Amended Findings of Fact and
Victor E. Lund, Esq.,
appeared on behalf of Plaintiff Peter Freeman.
Defendant Janette J. Swift
appeared pro se.
Based on the files, records,
and proceedings herein, and being fully informed in the
premises, the Court makes the
1. Plaintiffs Motion for
Amended Findings of Fact and Order is granted.
2. Paragraph 17 of the
Findings of Fact filed 'on February 20, 2011 is amended to
On January 22, 2010, Swift,
writing as "Hannabelle," posted a news
article on the Mille Lacs
News website, titled "No Blood on My Hands -
Peter D. Freeman." Ex. 107.
This article was removed from
the Mille Lacs News website sometime after December 20, 2010.
This article is
not directly linked to
the home page of the Mille Lacs News website.
but is still posted on
the internet and available to anyone by
conducting an internet
search on Freeman's name.
3. Paragraph 3 of the Order
filed by this Court on February 20,2011 is
amended to say,
for injunctive relief is denied.
Freeman's request for injunctive relief is
granted and Defendant shall
permanently remove from her websites or the
archives thereof the
article entitled "No Blood on My Hands-Peter
originally posted on January 22. 2010.
4. The following is added as
Paragraph 4 of the Order filed on February 20,
Plaintiff James D'
Angelo's request for injunctive relief is denied.
LET JUDGMENT BE ENTERED
Note: The article "No Blood on My Hands -
Peter Freeman" was not included in Freeman's original Complaint from 2007.
It wasn't even written until January 2010. Freeman had over 11 months to
amend the complaint, but he waited until after the December 29, 2010 trial.
Next, he waited another five months before amending the complaint.
Once again, there was absolutely no
defamation in the article "No Blood On My Hands - Peter Freeman." The
article, if you read it and recall, was an explanation of the
defense's side in this frivolous, bogus SLAPP suit, misjudged by Rosenbaum
since the beginning back in 2007.
Stay tuned for more about Freeman, D'Angelo,
Nexus, and the Minnesota Justice System. They've given us all so much to be
concerned about - and me so much to write