the lawsuit that will not die, part 267

Roy Pearson, the disgraced former D.C. administrative law judge who gained notoriety for his unsuccessful $54 million lawsuit for a misplaced pair of pants, is still at it. He is a sad, sad man who just needs to go away and take up a hobby, like oil painting or bird watching, and not lawsuit filing.

Pearson has now turned to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, requesting that court overturn the dismissal of a something something whatever of a something wah wah wah won't give it up: Ex-Adminstrative Law Judge Takes Suit to the D.C. Circuit.

This is actually only slightly related to the pants lawsuit. Basically, he filed a bunch of crap to get his old job back -- a job he lost in part because of his conduct regarding the pants and Custom Cleaners. And also because he's kind of out of his mind.

Frankly, whoever canned him did the right thing, and he needs to stay fired. To paraphrase Jay-Z, I ain't passed the bar, but I know a little bit. Enough to know that a guy who files a $54 million lawsuit over a freaking pair of lost pants has clearly lost touch with all sense of reality, and has no business being a judge of anything on this earth.

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