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In FARC Case in SDNY Citibank Does Not Appear Unlike Before Judge Carter

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 22 – In one of the FARC cases pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, in which Samark Jose Lopez Bello is seeking to intervene, on June 22 Judge J. Paul Oetken held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

   Surprisingly, Citibank which appeared in a parallel case before SDNY Judge Andrew L. Carter, was not present.

These despite a June 5 filing that the case would be addressing issues "regarding whether the Citibank assets are 'subject to TRIA attachment and execution.'"

  Judge Oetken called this a "metaphysical" issue, a word then repeatedly used by counsel.

The Judge Carter case has a conference in July.

This case is PESCATORE et al, 18-mc-545 (Oetken).


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