A few weeks back we noticed that other countries began getting access denied printed across them on our dashboard. Oddly enough to my knowledge some still return via a direct link but it looks like total blocking of this blog to other countries is of interest to someone. International law?
REPEAT AFTER ME “IT’S A CIVIL MATTER” YA, SURE IT IS.
Know what state agencies say when they see their screwed leftovers related to Gaylord? It’s always a civil matter. Not true it was a personal matter made everyone else who wasn’t involved into their matters and use that to extort. The class action. A case where three people were injured by multi billion dollar corporations and the court proving only three were injured extorted the awards onbehalf 24,000 plus persons only excluding the three used to obtain all awards. It was all done by the great lie called America. And here’s another lie it’s all being handled. Not by mere mortals oh, no we have…………..
A civil matter? Not even with documented proof was this ever handled in a civil manner. It is presently a civil matter, but without any legal action allowed in the American courts it’s just about where it was when it all started. Only it being just those who cause the intentional harm now we have all those and even the courts who deny action against the wrong doers. See no one actually dismissed the constitution yet. So this has more to do with a new world order of things. The way, mark or need of evil surpasses the American’s by brainwashing given to the masses.
WHEN THE BUCKS STOP ROLLING
IN IT’S TIME TO GO FISHING:
WHO IS THIS PERSON / ATTORNEY?
The sheriff’s office is in the process of removing what is believed to be a quarter of a million dollars worth of property found in a lake adjacent to the Pearl River. The items belonged to a prominent lawyer who lived across the border in Mississippi. Officials in Washington Parish say they have uncovered a treasure trove of stolen goods — at the bottom of a lake. Read more: http://www.wdsu.com/news/local-news/northshore/divers-retrieving-250k-in-underwater-loot/-/12537650/20758048/-/jvh3v5z/-/index.html#ixzz2XY2dNst1
MILL THAT WILLS TOWN /SUES FOR SPILL/ PAY FISH IT KILLS BOGALUSA La. Following an executive session on Monday, the Washington Parish Council passed two resolutions. The first resolution involves the April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon/British Petroleum oil spill.
Bogalusa’s government states that British Petroleum paid billions of dollars to individuals following the spill. and parish government believes it also suffered damages, particularly a loss of tax revenue. The resolution states it is incumbent upon the parish government to pursue any remedies available. Parish attorney Wayne Kuhn said there is no cost to the parish to pursue what its claim might be related to the spill. Tom W. Thornhill was retained as a special legal counsel in the matter. His compensation will be a contingent fee not to exceed 25 percent of funds recovered, “upon recovery of fees and costs or as set by the court.”
And Lastly: A tow truck crew spent an hour retrieving the vehicle from the bottom of the canyon when a Morgantown man drove his car into a well-known ravine in Marion County on Thursday afternoon. He called the Marion County Sheriff’s Office beforehand and announced his plans. Bobby Scarborough drove into the crevasse known locally as Red Bluff. Scarborough’s condition is unknown at this time. When authorities reached the scene, Scarborough was crawling out of the giant hole and his car was at the bottom. Scarborough was transported to Forrest General as a priority one. Authorities say it is safe to assume it was not an accident, but a reason is not known.
DAMN A RAMP TO RAMP JUMP ACROSS WOULD HAVE SOLD OUT, NEXT TIME CALL ME.