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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

DC Judge Who Is Completely Insane Just Can't Stop Himself

As an ongoing embarrassment to the District, Judge Roy Pearson, who filed a $54million lawsuit against a local laundry for losing his pants and lost, just filed another complaint against the same Korean launders.
A day after the dry cleaners he sued tried to make peace, D.C. Administrative Law Judge Roy Pearson filed official notice today that he plans to appeal the verdict against him to the District's highest court.
Earlier today, the defendants, who won their case, announced that they would dismiss their counter suit to reclaim legal fees as contributors made them whole.
The dry cleaners aren't pressing their case against the Pants Judge.

In a surprise turn yesterday, the small-business owners sued by D.C. Administrative Law Judge Roy Pearson withdrew their demand that he pay nearly $83,000 for their legal bills, saying that enough money had been raised from supporters to cover the expenses and that they want to end the fighting.