Pauligirl wrote:For some reason, the boys just can't get the hang of this court thing...
"The government asks the Court to Dismiss the Motion to Compel as unnecessary and vexatious to the institutions.
DATED: October 16, 2007 Respectfully submitted,
SCOTT N. SCHOOLS
United States Attorney
C. DAVID HALL
Assistant United States Attorney
Ah, finally. Someone raised the spectre of the "vexatious" party with these fools.
Two years behind bars while having fun in his through-the-looking-glass fantasy world (at taxpayer's expense) ought to have been enough already.
One has to wonder when the USA's office will issue indictments for the dim duo's on-going BOE nonsense now that Buhtz has been convicted.
'Round here, an incarcerated accused party still can't run around breaking the law from his or her cell, particularly using jail resources in the process. At this point, I'm sorry I have to say I'm no longer sure how that works the Northern District of California.
It seems the silliest part of all of this is that unless Alsup specifically slaps them down, there are going to be some number of like-mindless (or devious) types who sieze on Johnson's nonsense to mount even more frivolous and costly assaults on reality while in custody.
If the utter nonsense "argument" poses like fictions vs. real persons, BOE's, UCC filings, bonds against the treasury, all-caps name vs. names with punctuation, etc., etc., that these idiots have generated while in their fantasy state aren't hit with seriously punitive actions, the nutball crowd will take them even further to heart.
And as I see it from over here on this side of the Pecos, one more desperate victim of the lending industry machine who falls for the scam-artists like Johnson is one too many.
It's hard enough getting a servicer to admit there was an error and avoid litigation by at least correcting the mistake. When a scam like Dorean is somehow connected, they dig in their heels even when they know they're in the wrong.
Alsup has an opportunity to save thousands of homes by making an example of the debt-elimination nonsense once and for all, no matter how goofy the defense circus gets.