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Lee Fink

The "rumor" referenced here existed since at least the District Court issued its opinion in the case, Marshall v. Marshall (In re Marshall), 275 B.R. 5, 11 n.5 (C.D. Cal. 2002). It is not, however, a "rumor." It was introduced into evidence in the federal court proceedings, and never contested (largely, I would suspect, because it is not material).

Like anything, a trial is not based on truth--it is based on facts testified to and found at trial. If one side introduces a credible piece of evidence without challenge, then it is accepted as fact for the case.

Like Indiana Jones said, if you want "truth," go to the theology department.

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