As you can read above, if Patrick refuses to withdraw his utterly valueless action within the next several hours, then shit is gonna happen, and it will all fall on Patrick.
In unrelated news, I have already mentioned that I have recently discovered the identity of Patrick's employer in Clairmont, AB, the Saskatchewan sheriffs have been handed all of this information, and various legal documents are winging their way in Patrick's employer's direction.
Patrick Ross has been given, literally, years to stop acting like a petulant, childish, vindictive asshat, and he's passed on every opportunity. Now he's going to find out what it's like when the grown-ups have had enough of his crap.
BONUS TRACK: Next month, it will be a full year since I got a ruling registering my 2010 judgment in the province of Saskatchewan:
All of the money I have so far seized from Patrick (several thousand dollars) has not made a dent in that amount as all that money went to paying long-standing cost awards and other stuff. And there is one other point.
As Patrick is clearly employed at the moment, but the latest attempt at cleaning out Patrick's known bank account came up empty, there is speculation that Patrick has either opened another bank account to conceal his income, or has possibly arranged for his income to be deposited in the bank account of his father (again, to hide it from collection proceedings).
If Patrick has done either of the above, I will discover that in short order once his employer gets pulled into this morass. And if this speculation turns out to be true, then Canada's Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy will assuredly want to have a chat with Patrick, but they will have to take a number behind the Saskatchewan sheriffs.
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