If you can’t sue the system, sue yourself. 1995, Robert Lee Brock sued himself for $5 million. He claimed that he had violated his own civil rights and religious beliefs by allowing himself to get drunk and commit crimes which landed him in the Indian Creek Correctional Center in Virginia, serving a 23 year sentence for grand larceny and breaking and entering. What could he possibly have to gain by suing himself? Since being in prison prevented him from having an income, he expected the state to pay. This case was thrown out.
https://tibbslawoffice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Misc-Lady-Liberty-110717-sm.jpg 267 400 Daryle C. Tibbs Esq. https://tibbslawoffice.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/logo-300x74.png Daryle C. Tibbs Esq.2012-01-23 01:12:582017-12-19 12:32:33If you can’t sue the system, sue yourself.
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