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Guam - Depositions have begun in the controversial Class Action lawsuit over the referendum on Guam's political status.
The lead attorney in the case, Christian Adams is on island conducting those depositions.
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Adams is a former U.S. Justice Department Attorney who worked in the Civil Rights Division but resigned in May 2010, accusing the Eric Holder led Department of racial bias.
He now works for the election law center in Washington D.C. and represents Guam resident Dave Davis in his class action law suit against the non-binding plebiscite on Guam's political status.
Adams is on island for the next two weeks. He declined to discuss who he deposing in the case, although 49 prominent island residents are named in court documents.
District Court Judge Joaquin Manibusn has already recommended the lawsuit be dismissed. Chief District Court Judge Francis Tydingco-Gatewood is expected to decide whether or not to accept that recommendation do that, soon.
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