Monday, March 7, 2011

Motion For Summary Judgment - On File 52 Days

Paparazzi could never get enough of this darling
in her endless yester-decades (...without clothes, makeup or wig here.)
Not bad spelling for a Pinolean, either.
A faithful image, with only a slightly amended greeting,
from this source

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For anyone out there still vaguely interested in whether the so-called "Justice System" is still alive... or has given up the ghost to congestive organ failure... or has merely faded away into ineffable irrelevancy... or simply dried up and blown away in the dust bowl of California's insolvency...

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Notice that the Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgement was filed on January 14th, 2011. The defendants had thirty days to file an answer (or 35 days, or 40 days, depending on which end of the ass is braying the loudest). Needless to say, all deadlines, all mailing allowances, all possible extensions of deadlines, and all possible extensions of mailing allowances have passed into eternity.

The stack of papers pictured is a twin to the stack filed with the court and served on the defendants in support of the motion. Here are links to the actual .pdf documents:

Amended Pleading (see Third Cause of Action)
MSJ-01 - Notice of Motion
MSJ-02 - Plaintiff's Motion For Summary Judgment
MSJ-03 - Memorandum of Points and Authorities
MSJ-04 - Plaintiff's Separate Statement of Undisputed Facts
MSJ-05 - Declaration of Richard Behling, Plaintiff
MSJ-06 - Declaration of Benjamin Cantu
MSJ-07 - Declaration of Arthur Barnes

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Do Farmers Insurance, Lyin' Lynda, or Resectioned Red give a shit?

See for yourself.

(BTW, don't be put off by the facial hair, she's been too busy puffin' to shave.)


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