repost def. CALUMNY OF BARRATRY FOR LUCRE WITHOUT OBLOQUY
by 3D Divine Deadbeat Dad---Alleged

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# 1. 12/19/09 11:15 PM by Mark - Greece
I'm told these definitions are meaningless unless they come from the Unabridged Oxford Dictionary.

Editor's Note: Thanx mea culpa naivete.



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# 2. 12/21/09 2:21 PM by Gary - Williamson
I have been accused of this very thing (calumny), and had threats issued that I would be banned from this site for it. Empty, meaningless, childish threats obviously. But I get a chuckle now every time I see the word used, so thanks for the smile John!

Editor's Note: Yes, I too, heard it first from a lawyer. But they have judicial immunity; to call you, the little people; anything they want. But you, (no me, no I), was guilty of calumny by calling their perversion of justice, barratry. Yes, the barratry of an ambulance chaser, and alienation of affections, by criminal conversations, for more money by a perjurious plaintiff suborned by an infallible attorney, (and her husband of a legal marriage of convenience.) p.s. Don't ever call a feminist lawyer, "The Succubus of the court."

Oh well. I still have a clear conscience. Just cause it's true doesn't mean you have to say it.

Thanx AXM




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