reality: "reality is defined as the only place where a person doing what is right can be sued and harassed by those who are committing wrong acts into losing everything or even put into a jail cell."
imagine the next james bond movie where it's a trial and ernst blofeld is suing mi6 and james bond for the lost revenue from them stopping him and spectre from taking over the world you know what? it just hit me with investor/state dispute laws, we might already have seen this.
but seriously there need's a to be a law preventing criminal charges and lawsuits being filed against whistle blowers by anyone connected to the company or persons they whistle blew on.
he ain't going to have much luck hiding his emails now that U.S. Court of Appeals in recent District of Columbia Circuit court case of Competitive Enterprise Institute v. Office of Science and Technology Policy. a public official's private email is fair game for FOIA requests.
one can only hope that a lawyer is already signing the tenants up to sue. you cannot have an addendum to a lease and be legally binding that isn't signed and dated by the tenant as far as a i know and I've had a few of them over the years.
the only person who should be charged is Guthrie and Reilly, who began a criminal conspiracy to harass someone and deprive them of their rights as a citizen. this crime was furthermore exasperated by a frivolous complaint to the prosecutor resulting in someone being detained by the police.
meanwhile the offended party incited what amounts to a criminal conspiracy, harassment, false allegations of child molestation and a half dozen other SERIOUS charges. and if the prosecutor were to be asked why they weren't charged for these serious criminal acts, i bet the underlying implication was that they avoided arrest because they are women.
dreddsnik it helps you win a civil judgement. a criminal court case proves they did it to a higher standard than civil court requires. if they are found guilty in a criminal trial there will be a financial colostomy for not only prenda but every operation like it in the country
can you sue for infringement that has not occurred yet?
no, the court has time and time again affirmed you can not civilly sue for damages that have not happened. this is nothing more than their Kafkaesque attempt to intimate through lawyers and fee's much like how the mafia intimated store owners.
the saddest part of this civil asset forfeiture system is the fact there needs to be a law telling the cops this. it should have been explicitly known you had to be convicted before the property could be seized, but then again lawyers are involved.
this man's behavior isn't any different than a lot of peoples behavior today. he has the "all about me syndrome", a disease caused by the fact that your mommy and daddy filled you with the belief that your special and deserve things.