Take-Two Lawyers Move Court to Find Thompson in Contempt of Court
Categories: Jack Thompson
Thompson’s Post-Ruling Letter to Judge Friedman [.doc]
In the wake of the recent Floridian court review of Bully, Take-Two’s lawyers, Blank-Rome, filed a “Petition for Order to Show Cause” asking the court to find controversial lawyer in contempt of court. GamePolitics.com reports that after hearing of the petition Thompson fired off an e-mail that included the following fiery excerpts that appear to both threat
‘You want to play hardball…? You want to try to throw me in jail? You have no idea what you are unleashing in doing this. You’re at the brink…”
“If this court in any fashion proceeds toward issuing a show cause order, given its utter baselessness and the bad faith goo in which it slithers, then Thompson will add whatever judge should do so as a defendant in the aforementioned federal civil rights action…”
Dale’s Comment: I have not seen the contents of the petition but I do note that immediately following the judges ruling Thompson sent Judge Ronald Friedman this highly charged, disrespectful and threatening letter.