Sep 28, 2010

The Never-Ending Lawsuit

So far this week, Philip R. Klein has rehashed old news, predicted the imminent collapse of Kirbyville, and attacked the integrity of the Jefferson County Sheriff's office, Eddie Arnold, and Mark Domingue. This is standard fare for the Southeast Texas Political Review; in Philip's terms, "more of the same old think, over and over and over again." No comment necessary.

On his Reader Mail page, PRK posted this purported message from Port Arthur (Klein's crude language has been edited):
Last Updated : 09/28/2010 09:23:24 AM

From Port Arthur : "I was reading the "other site" that shows the truth about you and your web site. Are you too scared to answer them you liar?"


Answer : Well, first, thank you for writing me a note - your email comes from a wash email site - so you obviously don't have the guts ([--]) to sign your name. Since I do not read the "other site" I have no idea what you are talking about. We don't care what they write - but it does help us in our lawsuit when they get so mad they make mistakes. Corruption breeds political mistakes. And history is history.
Shortly afterwards, Klein posted this update to his lawsuit page:
September 2010

An expansion of the lawsuit is undertaken including Tortuous Interference with a business relationship. Two new parties area added. The petition to be filed with in two weeks in Federal Court.
Philip made this claim despite the stay issued by the Texas Supreme Court on June 4, 2010. This lawsuit can't be "expanded" into any court, federal or otherwise, until the Texas Supreme Court issues an opinion.

In reality, there is very little truth on Klein's "Lawsuit Page." As another example, consider this contradictory and misleading statement:
No appeal is filed with the 9th circuit in the time limits of law. Google informs counsel for Klein that they will not comply with the Rule 11 agreement previously signed by Google and its legal Counsel until the court can rule on the notice of appeal.
Sam and I filed our appeal with the Ninth Court of Appeals in Beaumont, not the "9th Circuit," which is a federal court of appeals in San Francisco. Likewise, if no appeal were filed within the time limits, why would Google wait until the court "can rule on the notice of appeal?"

More realistically, Klein is suffering from another meltdown after making wild and unsubstantiated claims concerning KBTV-4 and their editorial policy.

1 comment :

Sam the Eagle said...

We cannot comment. We are in litigation.