- Nov 2, 2013
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Nevertheless, her lawyers conceded that this was not necessarily the end, given that Donald Sterling, who purchased the franchise in 1981, has two other lawsuits pending and can contest this ruling next month. Donald Sterling, 80, was barred for life from the N.B.A. and fined after an audio recording was released in April in which he made racist comments.Sterling is a dopey old man.
On the other hand, one need not be a "racist" to see that he got fucked for a private expression of his stupid racist thoughts.
The author of the OP apparently doesn't grasp that one judge making A ruling does not necessarily translate into the proposition that this "case" is over.
Ever hear of that thing called an "appeal?"
I've already posted this once, but here it is again
"There is a clause in the Trust charter itself (a charter which Donald Sterling helped to create, himself....and he signed it....) that blocks any appeals of Probate rulings. That language was included to prevent ANYBODY from waging a long drawn out legal battle that would tie up (and devalue) the Sterlings' significant assets.
The Trust charter makes the ruling to be incontestable...There is no valid reason for any court to overturn the Probate's ruling to take away Donald's authority over the assets. No court will rule that the Trust charter is not a binding agreement. No court will block or rescind the sale of the Clippers.
The Trust charter is the final word. Donald is out."