“Despite his disingenuous, shallow, and transparent protestation that his relationship with another man’s wife is a mere friendship, his infatuation and involvement with the other woman is the real, concealed and undisclosed reason for his voluntary departure from the marriage and from the Mansion where he occasionally resided. … Lust is the real villain here.”
Cal Dunlap, the former Washoe County District Attorney and prominent Democratic campaign donor now representing Nevada First Lady Dawn Gibbons (ABOVE), in a court filing on her behalf, responding to a divorce action by Gov. Jim Gibbons.
Parts of attorney Dunlap’s motion filed this week “are not consistent with the principles of civility and the promotion of integrity in the court system.”
Jack Angaran, past president of the Reno chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, to the Reno Gazette-Journal.
“You have to wonder what the motives are behind a motion that asks why one of the parties wants a divorce in a no-fault divorce state.”
Fellow Reno attorney Kent Robison, quoted by Republican activist Chuck Muth in his “Nevada News & Views” blog May 30.
“People have a much better chance of dying of food poisoning going to Mexico than being bitten by a shark.”
Marine biologist Chris Lowe, trying to reassure tourists about the safety of visiting Mexico — we think — after three surfers were attacked (two fatally) by the finny predators in less than a month near the popular surfing beaches of Zihuatanejo.