Thursday, February 28, 2008

Reply brief on medical records and treatment

I am in route back from the base after having seen Mr. Al-Ghizzawi and my other client Mr. Razak Ali. Yesterday the government finally got around to "clearing" my reply brief that was filed with the court last thursday. As you can see the government has been caught in a major (and unforgiveable)lie.
I will update everyone on Mr. Al-Ghizzawi's health when my notes clear. Hats off to Seth at the talking dog ( for his edits and insight.
Click on the title to read the reply.



Dear Friend,

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I convey my gratitude to Robert Glennie, CEO, NewGalexy LPO who assented to share his experience and insights through an interview in this edition. I also thank Soumitro Chatterjee, CEO, Legalcircle and Sampath Kumar – CEO, Zenith Soft who allowed us to seek their expert opinion on several key issues related to LPO sector in India. I am thankful to ALSR, US Embassy, Acumen LPO, Govt of Mauritius, Board of Investment in Mauritius, Sysman Security and Banana Outsourcing for giving special columns for the magazine.

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Leading you on to the road to success…

Yours sincerely,


Linda G. Richard said...

Hi Candace,

We still have the petition up at:

So I hope people will continue to let their friends know about it. We need more signatures.

How're you holding up, Candace?