What was I just saying about the bottomless well of human stupidity? (That’s the well I was talking about.) The examples are both endless and varied. Here’s another brief, for example. At only nine pages, this one is well within the relevant page limit, and would be even if we included the 13-page appendix, which includes what one might call legal argument (it’s bogus tax/”sovereign citizen” arguments of the kind I warned about here). It’s also much, much easier to read than the Pi-Net brief. It flows quite well, actually.
The only problem is all of its content.
It goes downhill from there. Way downhill.
Here are just a few examples of sentences that, in my professional opinion, I would not advise directing toward any judicial officer:
- “That’s right—I had a cocked and fully loaded AK-47 assault rifle, as well as a .45 caliber pistol. What’s your point?”
- “Look here, old man, when I told you I AM Justice—I meant it.”
- “I will educate the People, and hopefully one day, if we are lucky, they will rise up against you oppressive, lying traitors and hang you all….”
- “[Y]ou suck nuts. Lol.”
- “[The Court] runs and cowers like a panic-stricken hoe that has stolen money from her back-handing pimp. Just for the record: you are a hoe. This court is a hoe. And I will backhand you both, should you continue to waste my time.”
I didn’t quote any of the sentences that involve more serious profanity, which is almost all of them.
This screed was filed on April 20, and I’m about to check the docket but I’m guessing somebody is probably in jail already.
Update: Nothing new on the docket, but I’m sure it’s on the way. Here’s the order to which Ms. Justice was responding, if you’re interested.
Update Update: The plaintiff seems to have gotten away with this, which I can only assume was because she filed it almost a month after the court had dismissed the case. It is the last entry on the docket, at least.