Watchtower sued for Racketeering in California

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  • SuzyQ49418

    Here is a copy of this person's 2009 complaint downloaded from Pacer. You be the judge.


    Read it..

    The court won`t waste it`s time with something like that..

  • _Morpheus
    Lol somebody 'disliked' my comment. Clearly one of the frothy eyed wet dream types who thinks this stands a snowballs chance in gehena
  • rebel8

    I skimmed through the 2009 document. It was painful to read. Obviously the man is hurting. I wish he wasn't representing himself, because it appears he is doing himself a disservice. It appears information is mentioned as evidence that is not really pertinent to the issue at hand.

    Interesting that it's a civil case for violation of civil rights, not a criminal one.

    So would the burden of proof be less? Would the plaintiff have to prove a violation of RICO occurred (which requires proving criminal intent)?

    Why is RICO being brought up, if it's a civil case? I have so many questions.

    Does anyone know if the status listed ("pending") means the court is proceeding with the case, or does that mean the decision hasn't been made yet?

  • LisaRose
    As they say, any man that acts as his own lawyer has a fool for a client.
  • the girl next door
    the girl next door
    You might all be surprised what you can learn in 6 years as far as litigation and self representation. We will have to find out how our Protagonist fares.
  • Anon2

    Oh dear. Sounds like the person could use an advocate, social worker, or case manager....and an attorney.

  • GodZoo
    LisaRose19 hours agoAs they say, any man that acts as his own lawyer has a fool for a client.

    Apparently not. I have won every single court case I have ever found myself in. I represented myself every time. So I guess the piece of wisdom you quoted was made by a lawyer looking for another paycheck, someone like Dr. Monica Applewhite no doubt..

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