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 Jul 08, 2009 - 03:44 PM - by Michael
* Thompson still at it

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Jack Thompson is cruising to get himself disbarred federally.

Yes, that's right. He's going that far.

"Wait," you're saying to yourself, "I thought Jack Thompson was already disbarred?"

That's correct. But Thompson has maintained for some time that the disbarment order of the Florida Supreme Court applies only to the state court system. Thompson has even taken to including verbiage to that effect in the headings of his e-mails, like the one below:

John B. Thompson, Juris Doctor
Once and Future Attorney
(address removed by GP)
Only Admitted to Practice in U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, Not Admitted in Florida

He apparently is really that insane.
 

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