There's a good deal of entertainment value in that transcript, but I will excerpt the section where Patrick is asked directly by the judge about whether he had cleared his legal action with his trustee and ... oh, read it ...
Understand something very clearly ... when asked whether he had run his lawsuit by his bankruptcy trustee, Patrick very carefully neglected to disclose that he does not have a trustee, and has not had one for over eight years.
It's hard to know if this constitutes lying to the court, but it certainly violates the spirit of telling (among other things) "the whole truth", given that Patrick so obviously side-stepped the judge's question and provided an answer clearly meant to mislead.
There's so much more crunchy goodness but, for now, I think we can all agree that Patrick Ross has now been informed, by an actual judge on the Court of Queen's Bench, that he has a problem with filing any more lawsuits.
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BONUS TRACK: Here's Patrick Ross, blar-har-har-ing about the judge supposedly telling Peter Skinner to put a sock in it:
And this is from the transcript, where the judge made it clear he didn't even need to hear from Peter as he was dismissing the application:
Stop by tomorrow for more pants-peeing excerpts.