http://www.examiner.com/a-653443~Robert ... fate_.html This was interesting reading from one of the attorneys involved in the initial case. From this reference and similar incidents, you can see why Heller v. D.C. might want to use their own attorneys and not depend on the NRA for anything other than a supporting brief. These two were clearly NOT on the same page in the early fight. I agree with postings on this site indicating that these 6 people in Parker, et al. v. D.C. is the very best case to take to the Supreme Court on the 2nd. You have to look very carefully at the fiduciary and just who and what each party in the case represents. They are NOT always the same, and their agendas are not quite the same. They pull great in the harness when they are pulling the SAME wagon in the same direction.