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Groklaw: Red Hat's Motion to Supplement the Record and Proposed Order

Feb 18, 2004, 15:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Here is the motion that Red Hat just filed in Delaware. It's a motion to supplement the record, asking the judge to allow this new information be added. They also put in a proposed order, so if the judge says yes, all she has to do is sign on the dotted line. Here is the heart of it:

"'This information should be made a part of the record before this Court because it demonstrates--if any more demonstration was necessary--precisely the unfair tactics and unsubstantiated, claims that SCO has utilized for almost one year to stall the growth and business of companies like Red Hat who distribute and support the Linux operating system. Red Hat and its customers should not be forced to wait for the hammer to fall before being able to demonstrate in court that SCO's year-long public campaign against Linux, companies like Red Hat, which distribute and support Linux, and companies like Lehman Brothers who utilize it, is an emperor without clothes. These circumstances are exactly those for which the declaratory judgment statute was created...'"

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