Ahwatukee Lakes lawyer ridicules ‘slavery’ argument

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

The attorney for two Ahwatukee Lakes residents asked the U.S. Supreme Court to quickly reject golf course owner Wilson Gee’s request for a review of his case, calling his lawyer’s argument “a legal and historical absurdity.”

“Perhaps his actions fit our times – litigate to the bitter end, irrespective of the costs to all involved and the arguments’ absurdity,” attorney Tim Barnes said in his written response to Gee’s request. “Judicial economy alone, let alone the feigned assertion of indenture, should suffice to dispatch this case.”

Barnes urged the court to reject Gee’s bid to overturn Arizona court rulings that he must restore the golf course that he closed in 2013.


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