T.V.T. owned a video rental and repair store in the Little Saigon area of Westminster. He decided that economic and social relations between the current communist government of Viet Nam and the refugees who fled that regime would be mended by opening dialogue on their differences. He thought he could accomplish this by displaying a portrait of Ho Chi Minh and the current flag of Viet Nam at his store. What he accomplished was about 1,000 protestors a day (sometimes as high as 15,000) and a lawsuit by his landlord to force him to take down his in-store display. A judge issued a temporary restraining order against the display. I was offended that a judge that I respected would issue such a callous, illegal order. I stepped in to represent him pro bono and the judge reversed her order.