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On 11/1/2017 11:27 PM, Obveeus wrote:
> On 11/1/2017 11:15 PM, RichA wrote:
>> The Weinstein Company Pulls Horror Movie ‘Polaroid’ From November Release
>> 31 October 2017 7:04 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent 
>> Variety - Film News news »
>> The Weinstein Company has removed horror-thriller movie “Polaroid” 
>> from its Nov. 22 release date with no explanation.
> Explanations other than someone pointing out to them that Halloween is 
> in October...and that Thanksgiving weekend horrors usually involve 
> relatives and turkey?
>> Harvey Weinstein Contests Termination From The Weinstein Co. in 
>> Arbitration
>> 5 hours ago | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The 
>> Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
>> Harvey Weinstein has served a demand for arbitration on The Weinstein 
>> Co. and is challenging his termination. The demand was quietly filed 
>> at Jams on Oct. 25.
>> The revelation comes in a footnote in court papers filed Wednesday in 
>> Delaware Chancery Court. There, Weinstein is demanding TWC hand over 
>> personnel and employment records.
>> TWC has now responded to Weinstein's request for expedited treatment 
>> by attacking his lawsuit as "motivated by an improper, personal 
>> purpose" and "not in the Company's best interests for Weinstein to 
>> have immediate access to the documents sought."
> Um...really?  So the 'defense' doesn't have a right to access the 
> witnesses until after the 'prosecution' is done forming the narrative 
> for them?
> Arbitration seems like a good route if the company is to be spared total 
> implosion.

Paz De La Huerta (BOARDWALK EMPIRE) is the latest woman to accuse Harvey 
Weinstein of rape...twice in 2010.  NYPD may bring charges in this case:

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