Wolfgang Halbig has rotten luck with lawyers. First he had to fire Day R. Williams after Williams failed to procure the names of the mysterious 2013 Super Bowl children. Just a few days ago, his Connecticut FOIC action hit a snag when the Commission postponed its scheduled hearing, leaving Wolf with hundreds of suicidal supporters and an airline ticket he couldn’t transfer. And when his newest attorney wanted $5000 to proceed with the action, the Closed Group Cretins failed to raise it in their usual style.
And now this disaster:
Er, no, Brenda. Nobody threatened her. Wolf’s new attorney realized, belatedly, that she’s dealing with a bunch of poverty-stricken screwballs. Legal services are not the professional help you guys need. Even if you guys could raise the money, no ethical attorney would take on such a sick joke of an action.
Barb recommends asking Joseph Sapp, who was disbarred in 2008 after going to jail for child abuse. That shouldn’t be funny, but it is.