Doe et al v. Harris et al

Filing 18

Declaration of Jack Roe in Support of 6 MOTION for Temporary Restraining Order OSC & Prel. Injunction (Supp Declaration) filed byJohn Doe. (Related document(s) 6 ) (Lye, Linda) (Filed on 11/7/2012)

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1 I, JACK ROE, declare and state: 2 1. 3 4 I am in a Plaintiff in this action. The information in this declaration is based upon my personal knowledge and if called upon to testify, I could and would competently testify thereto. 2. I previously provided the Court with a declaration, signed in California on 5 November 2, 2012, providing my true name and the reasons I am asking to proceed as “Jack Roe” 6 in this litigation. 7 3. 8 9 I was born in California, and other than two years when my family lived in Nevada, I have otherwise spent the entirety of my life living in California. 4. As I indicated in my original declaration, I was so afraid of being arrested for failing 10 to comply with Proposition 35, and so afraid it would have an adverse effect on my business, I 11 contemplated moving out of the state so I would not have to turn over my online identification 12 information. 13 5. I have now followed through with this plan. I am currently living outside of 14 California; before I left I informed the agency with which I registered that I would be leaving their 15 jurisdiction, as required under California law. 16 6. If I am not required to provide this online identifier information, or if Proposition 35 17 is found to be unconstitutional, I would happily move back to California, and resume my life in in 18 the county where I previously resided. 19 20 I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that the foregoing is true and correct. 21 22 Executed this __5th_____ day of _November_________, 2012. 23 24 ______ JACK ROE 25 26 27 28 2 SUPPLEMENTAL DECLARATION OF “JACK ROE” ____

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