It appears that the subpoena response of the University of Arizona in LaFace v. Does 1-14 (Phoenix, AZ) was turned over one day after John Doe #3 had filed a motion to quash the subpoena, and on the same day that John Doe #8 joined in John Doe #3's motion.
We have no idea how this happened, but it would seem that (a) the University of Arizona should not have responded to the subpoena when a motion to quash the subpoena had been filed, and (b) the motions to quash aren't going to be of much use to John Does #3 and #8, since their identities have already been disclosed.
Hopefully we'll be able to fill in more blanks on this mystery, after we hear from the attorneys in Arizona.
Motion to quash by John Doe #3*
John Doe #8's Joining in motion to quash by John Doe #3*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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