In article <[email protected]>,
tommya, at, hotmail, dot, com wrote:
> Rod Keller wrote:
snip > > They don't care about your money. If they come after you they
> > will make your life miserable in so many ways that you never
> > imagined. Nobody is judgment-proof for this kind of misery. That
> > there is no money to be gained at the end of the day is
> > irrelevant to their reasoning. They have spent millions on Keith
> > Henson and Grady Ward, just to make examples to deter others from
> > posting the NOTS.
> Doesn't seem to have worked very well so far.
An interesting point was made by Rosen in front of my bankruptcy judge on Sept. 13. Rosen stated that RTC had spent $2 million on me. Rosen is an agent of his client and is presumed to be making a representation in good faith with a proper factual basis. It is on the record, and I believe he would be judicially estopped from denying it. RTC spent (according to their own court filings) about 860k on the copyright case, and 96k on the contempt business. They have spent 60k on appeals, making a total of $1.02 million. Subtracted from Rosen's $2 million figure, that means that they have spent very close to $1 million on the bankruptcy case. Lately, I have independent evidence that they are spending over $100k per month on me. An analysis of the recovery potential by an accountant (of which the law firms have plenty) would give them a best case collection potential of far less than the amount they are paying law firms *per month*. What is wrong with this picture? Is this a proper use of the Federal courts? Or are they being used as weapons to fair game me? Keith Henson PS. What with Helena accidently letting me know about the Hemet appearance, Rosen blurting out this figure, the Hemet bailiff handing me the notice that should have been mailed (or thrown away) and Frank Petty threatening my life with a deadly weapon, the week of Sept. 11-17 might be the worse in recent times for cult screwups. > --
> A walk down the path of history is crunchy with the crispy corpses of
> those who pooh-poohed or ignored the clown car of ridicule when it
> pulled-up to the curb.
> Stephen Jones