A woman learned sending a profane, nine-page document full of personal insults to the judge who dismissed your case probably won't change his mind.
No wonder he's so grumpy. (stock photo)
Earlier this year, Tamah J. Clark filed a "civil rights lawsuit" in Florida. District court judge Willis B. Hunt decided to dismiss the lawsuit, and Clark respectfully accepted the court's decision.
Last week, she filed a 9-page letter with her county clerk to personally attack and rail against Judge Hunt. I don't know if you can make any sense of the legalese mumbo-jumbo, but the whole response is titled, "To F*** This Court and Everything that it Stands For."
Here's an excerpt:
How about that? Now, we can't and wouldn't speak to the veracity of Clark's initial suit (nor are the details of it public).
But we can share some of the most choice and printable bon mots hurled against Judge Hunt in the babbling statement:
"What a joke you are, old man"
"Domestic sellout b*tch"
"What a shameful and stupid joke you are"
"Old impotent geezer"
"A castrated coward"
"A treacherous, lying, spineless bastard" who "deserves to be in hell for the rest of eternity"
For more pointed legal insight, you can read the whole document here.