06 January 2012

Nightmare Honeymoon reloaded

Being kidnapped during one's honeymoon is bad enough, but being sued for letting the police catch one's kidnapper is even worse:


Two years ago, fugitive murder suspect Jesse Dimmick kidnapped newlyweds Jared and Lindsay Rowley after bursting into their home on a Saturday morning.
Now, he’s suing them for $235,000.
 Good for him. Somebody has to teach young people to be good jungle law abiding citizens.

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More crazy lawsuits of the past year here.

6 comments:

Shaun Downey (Jams O Donnell) said...

Damn right. When will these bloody people realise that a contract is a contract, even when it is oral. I hope they are sued back to the Stone Age!

Furthermore I am glad that this suit is being treated with the seriousness it deserves. After all it will provide much needed employment for lawyers, a service sector that has been reduced to penury during the global recession....

Wow I worte that with a straight face!

SnoopyTheGoon said...

The case deserves no less than a straight face.

KatieNorcross said...

I'm surprise that one could report this with a straight face.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Well, you are not alone then.

Dick Stanley said...

That's why we have right-to-carry laws. A simple trigger squeeze would have eliminated this post-trauma travail.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yep, he would be forced to complain via the celestial court then. Much better for all concerned.