Thurston County Superior Court Judge Christine Pomeroy is expected to decide Friday afternoon whether to grant a temporary restraining order to halt Seattle Central Community College from creating an emergency rule banning the Occupy Seattle camp from its Capitol Hill campus. Below are details of the state’s argument for going ahead with the ban.
The Thurston County hearing was expected to begin at 2:30p. We’ll update with details as soon as possible.
We reported more on the background of the case earlier this week in the wake of the vote by Seattle Community College trustees to institute a 120-day emergency rule banning camping on the SCCC campus.
In a document filed this week, State Attorney General Rob McKenna’s office detailed its argument against the injunction request — at the top of the list: the AG says Occupy’s Patricia Sully is not an attorney and not a student of the school so she can’t legally represent Occupy Seattle. The full defendant’s brief is below.