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My understanding is that an action has been filed before the Court of
Arbitration for Sport located in Lausanne, Switzerland. From what little
I've heard, the action seeks to declare invalid the nominations of
Kirsan and Beatriz; some form of injunctive relief aimed at preventing a
putsch by Kirsan and his motley crew.

It is not clear how much hard information from the arbitration filing
will be made public due to confidentiality rules of CAS. However, given
the nature of the claim and the need for swift injunctive relief which
will have to be docketed and entered in courts of appropriate
jurisdiction, more may become known than in a typical CAS proceeding.
Kirsan's smoke and mirrors act is coming to an end.
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On Jul 8, 5:52*pm, "B. Lafferty" wrote:
My understanding is that an action has been filed before the Court of
Arbitration for Sport located in Lausanne, Switzerland. From what little
I've heard, the action seeks to declare invalid the nominations of
Kirsan and Beatriz; some form of injunctive relief aimed at preventing a
putsch by Kirsan and his motley crew.

It is not clear how much hard information from the arbitration filing
will be made public due to confidentiality rules of CAS. However, given
the nature of the claim and the need for swift injunctive relief which
will have to be docketed and entered in courts of appropriate
jurisdiction, more may become known than in a typical CAS proceeding.
Kirsan's smoke and mirrors act is coming to an end.


Sic 'em, Tolya!
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On Jul 9, 12:52*am, "B. Lafferty" wrote:
My understanding is that an action has been filed before the Court of
Arbitration for Sport located in Lausanne, Switzerland. From what little
I've heard, the action seeks to declare invalid the nominations of
Kirsan and Beatriz; some form of injunctive relief aimed at preventing a
putsch by Kirsan and his motley crew.


Ms. Beatriz from Latin/South America origin who ran the USCF at one
point, some say to the ground? That Beatriz?


It is not clear how much hard information from the arbitration filing
will be made public due to confidentiality rules of CAS. However, given
the nature of the claim and the need for swift injunctive relief which
will have to be docketed and entered in courts of appropriate
jurisdiction, more may become known than in a typical CAS proceeding.
Kirsan's smoke and mirrors act is coming to an end.


Kirsan's smoke and mirrors are IMO no more likely to come to an end
than the US Federal government's equally opaque shenanigans.

RL

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On 7/8/2010 6:34 PM, raylopez99 wrote:
On Jul 9, 12:52 am, "B. wrote:
My understanding is that an action has been filed before the Court of
Arbitration for Sport located in Lausanne, Switzerland. From what little
I've heard, the action seeks to declare invalid the nominations of
Kirsan and Beatriz; some form of injunctive relief aimed at preventing a
putsch by Kirsan and his motley crew.


Ms. Beatriz from Latin/South America origin who ran the USCF at one
point, some say to the ground? That Beatriz?


It is not clear how much hard information from the arbitration filing
will be made public due to confidentiality rules of CAS. However, given
the nature of the claim and the need for swift injunctive relief which
will have to be docketed and entered in courts of appropriate
jurisdiction, more may become known than in a typical CAS proceeding.
Kirsan's smoke and mirrors act is coming to an end.


Kirsan's smoke and mirrors are IMO no more likely to come to an end
than the US Federal government's equally opaque shenanigans.

RL

Not sure I follow you as to the US government.
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On Jul 8, 6:34*pm, raylopez99 wrote:

Ms. Beatriz from Latin/South America origin who ran the USCF at one
point, some say to the ground? *That Beatriz? RL


Yes, Beatriz Marinello



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On Jul 8, 5:52 pm, "B. Lafferty" wrote:
My understanding is that an action has been filed before the Court of
Arbitration for Sport located in Lausanne, Switzerland. From what little
I've heard, the action seeks to declare invalid the nominations of
Kirsan and Beatriz; some form of injunctive relief aimed at preventing a
putsch by Kirsan and his motley crew.

It is not clear how much hard information from the arbitration filing
will be made public due to confidentiality rules of CAS. However, given
the nature of the claim and the need for swift injunctive relief which
will have to be docketed and entered in courts of appropriate
jurisdiction, more may become known than in a typical CAS proceeding.
Kirsan's smoke and mirrors act is coming to an end.


http://gambit.blogs.nytimes.com/2010...s-nominations/

This article has an explanation of the likely content of the legal
challenge(s).

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On Jul 9, 12:52*am, "B. Lafferty" wrote:
My understanding is that an action has been filed before the Court of
Arbitration for Sport located in Lausanne, Switzerland. From what little
I've heard, the action seeks to declare invalid the nominations of
Kirsan and Beatriz; some form of injunctive relief aimed at preventing a
putsch by Kirsan and his motley crew.

It is not clear how much hard information from the arbitration filing
will be made public due to confidentiality rules of CAS. However, given
the nature of the claim and the need for swift injunctive relief which
will have to be docketed and entered in courts of appropriate
jurisdiction, more may become known than in a typical CAS proceeding.
Kirsan's smoke and mirrors act is coming to an end.


In the latest issue of New In Chess, 2010 #4, p. 93, in an obituary of
Campo by Hans Ree (that is very soft and apologetic, though Campo is
was in many ways like Kirsan), Ree says that Karpov had a hand in
selecting Kirsan: "By the end of the night Karpov had finally
convinced Campo that the time had come to step down." (as FIDE
president).

Interesting titbit.

RL
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On 7/12/2010 11:03 AM, raylopez99 wrote:
On Jul 9, 12:52 am, "B. wrote:
My understanding is that an action has been filed before the Court of
Arbitration for Sport located in Lausanne, Switzerland. From what little
I've heard, the action seeks to declare invalid the nominations of
Kirsan and Beatriz; some form of injunctive relief aimed at preventing a
putsch by Kirsan and his motley crew.

It is not clear how much hard information from the arbitration filing
will be made public due to confidentiality rules of CAS. However, given
the nature of the claim and the need for swift injunctive relief which
will have to be docketed and entered in courts of appropriate
jurisdiction, more may become known than in a typical CAS proceeding.
Kirsan's smoke and mirrors act is coming to an end.


In the latest issue of New In Chess, 2010 #4, p. 93, in an obituary of
Campo by Hans Ree (that is very soft and apologetic, though Campo is
was in many ways like Kirsan), Ree says that Karpov had a hand in
selecting Kirsan: "By the end of the night Karpov had finally
convinced Campo that the time had come to step down." (as FIDE
president).

Interesting titbit.

RL

Both sides suck, but which sucks more becomes the issue.
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