Friday, Former President's Social Media Platform Judge Alex Kozinski of the Former Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals filed to appear in Trump's appeal of a court order dismissing a proceeding against Twitter over the ban from hand.
Kosinski declined to comment. John Cole, Trump's chief attorney, said Kosinski came to the rescue from his experience at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and said no other changes were expected for the legal team.
Kozinski 2017 from former Justice Officers and other young officials He retired from the United States Court of Appeals, the Ninth Circuit Court, which covers most of the western United States, after the court began his investigation in response to allegations of illegal activity.
Kosinski said at the time that maintaining his role would distract the federal judiciary. "I always had a broad sense of humor," he said. "Maybe she didn't pay enough attention to the special challenges and pressures women face in the workplace."
He said it was never his intention to offend the clerk.
The Washington Post first reported allegations of illegal activity against Kosinski in December 2017. Reuters has not independently validated the allegations. The initiation of a complaint is not the discovery of fraud.
In 2019, Kosinski returned to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of the plaintiff on suspicion of copyright infringement of the movie The Shape of Water. After Kosinski won an important ruling, the two parties agreed to dismiss it in 2021.
He also belonged to a team of lawyers in the Los Angeles Federal Court who sued Paramount Pictures Corporation last month for copyright infringement of the blockbuster Top Gun: Maverick. rice field. Paramount states that the claim has no merit.
US District Judge James Donato in San Francisco in May dismissed Trump's proceedings against Twitter and rejected the former president's allegations that the ban violated his freedom of speech. ..
Twitter said his tweet had completely deleted Trump's account because it violated the platform's policy prohibiting "beautification of violence."
When contacted on Friday, a Twitter lawyer introduced Reuters to a tech company, and a Twitter spokesman declined to comment.
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