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Ca't find anything yet re todays hearing...another date is june 24. Anybody find anything?

Yesterday was the deadline to file briefs. "The Court ordered the parties to confer and file, by April 22, 2019, agreed dates to appear at a “Revocation Hearing” (to be held by June 24, 2019) at which time the Court will decide whether Carnival violated the terms of its probation and how it should be further punished. The Court suggested that Carnival’s chairman, Micky Arison, and president, Donald Arnold, as well as Holland America executives Stein Kruse, Keith Taylor and retired Rear Admiral Joseph Servidio and Carnival Cruise Line president Christine Duffy attend the June hearing."

Yes I got that from the body of the article in my link above..so apparently there was no activity today other than the deadline to fike briefs..in short...no dog n pony show, until 6/24...the cynic in me says THATS what it will be...there is a small part of me that retains the slim hope there IS justice...occasionally at least. I especially like the part about their "involvement" for lack of a a more descriptive term, with the USCG...and they acknowledged it!!! wonder if those serving officers (part of the TREASURY DEPT) reported it?

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