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Thu Dec 31, 2020, 02:45 AM

11. Update: the State of MN is asking the court to pick up the pace and increase sanctions

re: Havens Garden in Lynn Minnesota.

This is the court papers she was served with today (Dec 30), from Action4Liberty.

To me, it looks like in essence the state of Minnesota, by Jan Malcolm, Commissioner of Health, and signed by the Attorney General, is asking the Ramsey County District Court to pick up the pace and add more sanctions in that $250/day fine is not sufficient in that Havens Garden so far collected enough from well-wishers to pay that for a long time and therefore remain open --

https://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/action4liberty/pages/371/attachments/original/1609365404/Larvita_-_Motion_for_Further_Contempt_Sanctions.pdf?1609365404&fbclid=IwAR0LI9g-yXr2a0d78wlmoORFeNADSGiighXM3o4Te1I9Dmc38sLbxAkg85I

She remains defiant and remains open. She has so far collected nearly $40,000 in a crowd-funding campaign, obviously enough to pay the $250/day fine for months.

https://www.facebook.com/havensgardenmn

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