But Fasi's attorney said the complaint was withdrawn because the complainants realized they did not have a case.
The case deals with allegations of improper donations received by the Fasi campaign. Among the charges is that the Fasi campaign received money from foreign companies and invested in security companies, both of which are illegal.
The Supreme Court said it granted the stay so justices could review McCormack's claim that the state has no right to take the records. A Circuit Court judge last week ordered McCormack to turn the records over by Aug. 23.
McCormack says the state doesn't have the authority to see the records, calling it a violation of his First Amendment rights.
Gay advocates, however, contend that Air Force investigators violated the Defense Department's "don't ask, don't tell" policy to obtain the information.
The Air Force has charged Capt. Robert Saragosa with sodomy, conduct unbecoming of an officer, being drunk and disorderly, indecent exposure and committing indecent acts.
The van, parked on Punchbowl Street, appeared to have been stolen shortly before the 9:45 p.m. crash, police said.
He allegedly struck a parked car and then a moving car near Emerson and Spencer streets, causing the van to flip over. The condition of the occupants of the moving car were unknown but they apparently were not seriously injured, police said.
The youth is under investigation for car theft.
Police and firefighters responded, and the investigation continued today.
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