Kroll vs. Incline Village General Improvement District, et al.

Plaintiff's Request for Admissions of defendant WEINBERGER (first set)


Defendant Weinberger, a lawyer, is asked about racial restrictive covenants, apparent conflicts of interest, and his previous attempts to call the municipally-owned Beaches which until recently bore prominent signs reading "Private Beach" "public but with restricted access". He is also asked if his duties as an elected Trustee to enforce the Equal Protection of the law under the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution trumped his duties to enforce a 1968 Restrictive Covenant used to keep Plaintiff out of the Beach properties. This defendant will later say he doesn't understand what "trump" means and object to the Request as "ambiguous".

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Reference Info:Federal, 9th Circuit, Nevada | United States

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