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    Thumbs up Judge Says "ENOUGH!"

    Now if only we could get a few more to take this kind of stance on frivolous law suits.

    Judge says enough to Island man wanting to sue RCMP, Microsoft, Google, Telus, Wal-Mart

    By Paul Walton, The Daily News December 23, 2009

    A Nanaimo man who has tried several times to sue the RCMP and various businesses, alleging they have been interfering with his brain, has been told that he can no longer file such lawsuits.

    A B.C. Supreme Court justice has now agreed to an RCMP request that Jerry Rose be barred from filing any more claims like the ones in which he sought $2 billion in compensation for computer technology he said he invented and was stolen from him.

    Rose has so far filed four claims naming the RCMP, Microsoft, Google, Microsoft, Telus, Wal-Mart, the University of British Columbia and others. The first three suits were dismissed by separate Nanaimo Supreme Court judges in December last year and August this year. One failed to establish any reasonable claims and the second was termed "embarrassing" by the judge.

    While Rose did not appeal those cases, he then filed a fourth suit in Victoria in September. In each case, said Justice Malcolm Macaulay, Rose alleges that various computer systems and chips run by the RCMP and the province have been controlling his thoughts and behaviour.

    "If the allegations in the plaintiff's statement of claim are viewed as true, they disclose, at minimum, a cause if action in tortious assault," said Macaulay. "The difficulty remains, however, is that the essential allegations are clearly fictional and cannot rationally be considered true."

    Macaulay went on to state that Rose's claims should be struck "on the ground that it is plain and obvious they are frivolous, vexatious and an abuse of the process of the court" and the claims "are fanciful and incapable of proof."

    The judge considered two articles Rose submitted to prove such technology exists but concluded his claims are "doomed to failure."

    "There is nothing in either article to support the plaintiff's theory that this technology would permit a third party to somehow read or control a person's thoughts or that ability to transfer this data from a distance exists. There is, in my view, no rational possibility that a court could accept that this technology exists now, let alone in 2003."

    Should Rose need to use the courts, he must seek permission from a judge before filing a claim.

    PWalton@nanaimodailynews.com

    Copyright (c) The Victoria Times Colonist

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    If they were really controlling his mind he wouldn't have any idea it was happening, correct?
    Pity the fool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEWTFL View Post
    If they were really controlling his mind he wouldn't have any idea it was happening, correct?
    Pity the fool.
    You mean....?
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