Moulton v Thorpe hits a new level of crazy

Hey-Zeus Christy.

Thorpe now seeks compensation and damages — for essentially the same complaints that have already been denied or dismissed by the Court — now in the breathtaking sum of US$20,000,000.

3 thoughts on “Moulton v Thorpe hits a new level of crazy”

  1. Thorpe v World, in which plaintiff states:
    "Yes, I am willing to abuse the legal process by filing frivolous and vexatious lawsuits in a pathetic and transparent attempt to cause financial harm to and intimidate those I don't like. And, no, I don't care how petty, dishonest, or ridiculous it makes me appear, or how difficult my actions make it for any reasonable person to work with me on any good priorities we might share. My ego is more important than any of that crap, anyway".
    Sadly Amused.

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