Appeal from the District Court of Campbell County The Honorable Dan R. Price II, Judge
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Hill, Justice.
Before KITE, C.J., and GOLDEN, HILL, VOIGT, and BURKE, JJ.
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[¶1] Appellant, Bruce B. Williams (Williams), appeals an Order Dismissing Case for Lack of Standing entered by the district court of Campbell County on March 18, 2010. Williams contends that the district court's conclusion that he lacked standing to commence suit against the City of Gillette (City) as well as its 22,221 eligible voting citizens for damaging his freedom of speech, is erroneous. We affirm the order of the district court.
[¶2] Williams presents the following six issues on appeal:
I. Does not being a citizen of Gillette preclude standing to sue?
II. Is pleading intimidation after discussion with other people a speculative plea, precluding standing to sue?
III. Is [Williams] not party to the intimidation that he claims violated his rights, precluding standing to sue?
IV. Do [Williams'] allegations of intimidation not show an actual violation of a concrete and particularized legal interest, precluding standing to sue?
V. Are [Williams'] claims of intimidation conjectural or hypothetical, precluding standing to sue?
VI. Does the City of Gillette and its citizens not have an interest in the outcome of the city court proceedings, precluding standing to sue?
The City answers by succinctly raising the ...