AndyK wrote:Although he most certainly doesn't realize it, the sword is still dangling over his head.
On another (and totally cruel note); perhaps there should be established a rest home for the totally, incurably incompetent. The first two guests could be PAM and David Merrill.
Wherever he winds up, he'll likely continue blathering the same old stuff at his earliest possible opportunity. That's not likely to convince anyone that he's suddenly become competent to stand trial. Does anyone seriously think that he'll ever renounce what he's said or done or his self-appointed "status" as a Private Attorney General? I rate the chance of his being reindicted as zero.
As for rest homes, a few days ago I had the very same (twisted) thought. All of these sad old TP gurus brought to mind that there are rest homes for old actors and actresses who are down on their luck, etc. Irwin and Ed and Elaine could all be charter members of a failed TP-guru rest home, but they're all likely to die in prison.
But, even if they were all out on the street TPs are way too cheap to finance any such thing, they can't even pay their frivolous filing penalties, never mind the sanctions for frivolously appealing them. Not to mention that if PAM and DMVP and Irwin and Ed and Elaine and PH were all in the same room for bingo night, there would probably be fights over words in the IRC requiring a call to the local police.
The closest thing seems to be the federal prison system. Three hots and a cot, but with less than optimal co-residents.
All the States incorporated daughter corporations for transaction of business in the 1960s or so. - Some voice in Van Pelt's head, circa 2006.