Monday, July 31, 2023
Friday, July 28, 2023
While I wait for the province of Saskatchewan to process my search requests for the wills/estates related to the late parents of undischarged bankrupt and self-described financial genius Patrick Ross, let us not lose sight of the fact that I still want every scrap of information I can get about him, including any possible photographic evidence I can lay hands on.
Given the recent demise of Patrick's father, Patrick no longer has the financial support of his biggest enabler, which means that Patrick is now in a truly vulnerable position, having no financial backing while simultaneously being bankrupt and being the target of Saskatchewan collection enforcement. This means that it is highly unlikely that Patrick would be able to rent an apartment, or buy a new vehicle, or ... well, pretty much anything, without some outside assistance. (I suppose it's possible that one of Patrick's siblings could step in and co-sign things like loans or rental leases, but I'm guessing that none of Patrick's immediate family are any too fond of him right now, seeing as how Patrick almost certainly blew through what would have been a sizable portion of their inheritance.)
In any event, I'm after every bit of information I can get related to Patrick's whereabouts -- where he's living, where he's working, what he's driving, you know the drill -- and all of that is invited to come with photographic backup, as it is perfectly legal to take pictures of whatever the fuck you want as long as you're doing it while standing on public property, so any of Patrick's hysterical threats about suing folks for invasion of privacy or harassment for simply taking a picture of his house from the road is sheer rubbish (and he knows this as he was told this quite explicitly by a number of people).
So, feel free to play along and help me keep tabs on Lord Baron von Loadenhosen and his currently unsustainable lifestyle as he careens from one social media pissing contest to another when he could be, you know, trying to salvage the smoking remains of his sad, middle-aged life.
I'm just trying to be helpful.
Thursday, July 27, 2023
Wednesday, July 26, 2023
Over at yet another fundraiser for lung transplant candidate and staunch anti-vaxxer Annette Lewis, we read the baffling claim [emphasis added]:
She explains to Bridge City News that she has had two physicians tell her that getting the mRNA vaccine would cause harm to her other organs, and she would most likely not even make it to the operating table for her transplant.
Two physicians, you say? That's interesting, since the original ruling against Lewis appeared to address precisely these two "physicians" thusly [again, emphasis added]:
 On behalf of the applicants, Dr. Mallard and Dr. Bridle prepared extensive reports raising concerns of the safety and the efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines. They are experts in Immunology but are not medical doctors and have no expertise in the field of XX transplant surgery.
Wait, what? They aren't medical doctors? Then what the hell are they?
So, just to be clear, the applicant presented, as her medical "experts" ... two veterinarians.
Are we done here? Yeah, I think we're done here.
P.S. Perhaps the smartest thing the court did in that original ruling was make it clear that it would not take a stand on whose "expert advice" it was going to consider:
 In my view it is not necessary for the Treating Physicians to reconcile these differences in expert opinions rather, they must be free to decide which expert opinions they accept in exercising their clinical judgment, which informs the standard of care.
 In the result, I decline to decide which expert opinions should be preferred.
 The exercise of clinical judgment by the Treating Physicians is owed substantial deference.
Let me summarize that for you: "The Court has no medical training and, as such, will defer to the actual doctors in this case."
Submitted for your consideration:
More amusingly, Ezra is monetizing the shit out of the Coutts hearings, even as he makes it clear he will contribute nothing to the defense of the four charged. So all that "Fight the Fines" stuff?
Yeah, that's not happening here.
Commenter "ValJ" points out how Diagolon's Jeremy MacKenzie is finally cluing in to the fact that Ezra Levant is interested in him only to the extent that Ezra can monetize Jeremy's batshit craziness and white nationalism:
I do take exception with Jeremy's crack about Ezra and senior citizens, as Ezra is equally happy to grift the shit out of stupid, young people as well.
Tuesday, July 25, 2023
This comment from an earlier post was so entertaining, I thought it needed promotion (with nominal editing):
On a side note, I think Ezra may be getting exhausted. He's certainly not trying very hard any more.
- His "fact-finding" tour to investigate what was "really going on" in Marseilles amounted to a couple of chats with taxi drivers who confirmed Ezra's assessment that the violence was was all the fault of Muslims who failed to "adjust".
- His planned "fact-finding investigation" of the Middle East is simply a commercial "Holy Land Tour" package, at roughly double the cost of an identical tour through a regular travel agency. Previous Rebel junkets (sorry, FACT FINDING Missions) have at least promised an array of "celebrity" right wing guests like Daniel Pipes and Milo Yiannopoulos. This time, it's just the same weary Rebel team, which begs the question: who on Earth would pay double to hear what the Menzoid or Sheila Gunn-Davies [sic?] have to say about Middle Eastern history? (I mean, Sheila was completely astonished on their last trip to discover that there were actually MUSLIMS living in the occupied territories.)
- The wave of new contributors brought on late last year faded away almost immediately. A pity, because a couple of them could actually write. I assume they discovered that association with a publication whose only editorial policy is "Make People Hate Trudeau" is not necessarily a stepping stone to the Pulitzer.
What energy remains at the Rebel seems to be centred in Australia, where convicted wife-beater and professional hatemonger Avi Yemini continues his "shrieking gotcha questions at amused politicians who ignore him" with no apparent lack of enthusiasm.
I will have a much longer piece on the sad and desperate grift on behalf of Annette Lewis, wherein the sleazy, opportunistic vultures in the Canadian grift-o-sphere are taking advantage of a dying woman, but I want to make one observation right now -- over at the Give Send Go fundraiser, if you read the updates, you can see that, back on July 3 of this year, the fundraiser had hoovered up close to $115,000.
While this is impressive, it is now July 25 -- more than three weeks later -- and the fundraiser stands at only a slightly more impressive $124,138. At this rate, there seems little chance that Lewis is going to hit her target of $600,000 (CAD), which is the actual cost of the double lung transplant if she has this done in the United States. Which raises the obvious question:
What happens to the money collected when it becomes painfully obvious that Lewis can't afford the operation?
Unless there is a virtual tsunami of donations in the near future, there is zero chance of Lewis raising her target, so what happens then? Do the lawyers take their cut, wish her good luck, and move on to the next desperate victim? This is serious money, and donors have the right to know how this is going to play out.
More soon ...
(NOTE: As I plan on writing about this case on an occasional basis, I will tag each title with the qualifier you see above. Because I suspect this is just going to get more interesting. And infuriating.)
Observation: Even though there was a significant gag order related to this case involving the names of the doctors, the hospital, and even Annette Lewis' terminal condition, you'll never guess who violated that confidentiality mere nanoseconds after reading about it. Go on, guess. You'll never guess.
Oh, all right ...
Rebel News: Because fuck you and your court order.
Monday, July 24, 2023
And keep in mind, given how much has already been raised for Lewis' earlier idiotic, meritless legal actions, we're looking at raising potentially a million dollars simply because Lewis (*checks notes*) refuses to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Fuck these people and their greed and stupidity.
PREDICTION: I will go out on a limb and predict that this obscenely expensive U.S. operation will never happen, but a number of Canadian grift factories like True North, Rebel News and JCCF will make a small group of lawyers delightfully rich.
Same as it ever was, amirite?
BONUS TRACK: If anyone wants to understand the complete and total rejection of Lewis' initial application to be given preferential treatment related to the lung transplant priority list, I suggest reading both the initial ruling and the ruling from the appeal, paying particular attention to this closing position from the Court of Appeal of Alberta:
"In the circumstances of this appeal, while Ms Lewis has the right to refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the Charter cannot remediate the consequences of her choice."
Here, let me summarize that for you: "You have the freedom to make spectacularly stupid and self-destructive decisions; you also have the freedom to live with the consequences of being that kind of idiot."
I think that's a perfectly reasonable position.
P.S. Before engaging in hysterical bloviating like "OMG, Justin Trudeau wants to murder people who don't get vaccinated!!!!" or similar idiocy, it behooves one to read the two rulings above, to appreciate that the Court did in fact carefully consider all of Lewis's arguments and shredded them. So if you're tempted to shriek about death sentences, it would be nice to address the specific parts of the above rulings that make the appropriate findings. (By the way, this has nothing to do with Justin Trudeau -- the rulings come from the Alberta courts.)
A QUESTION IF I MAY: While there are a number of "official" gag orders around this case (including even mentioning Lewis' ailment and which organ is involved), it's no secret that Lewis suffers from terminal idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in both lungs, and therefore requires a double lung transplant, which raises a question.
In the GiveSendGo fundraiser, Lewis apparently needs at least $100,000 simply for initial testing. I quote:
"With the help of a few dedicated friends, Sheila Annette has now found a hospital in the US that does not require the C19 vaccination for its transplant patients. The testing alone is estimated to cost about $100,000 CAD, and the surgery, many hundreds of thousands dollars more."
Given Lewis' condition, what kind of "testing" are we talking about here? More significantly, is it possible that the "testing" could show that Lewis simply is not a viable candidate? Is it possible that that initial $100,000 turns out to be a total waste of money and Lewis ends up right back where she started?
Sunday, July 23, 2023
Truly stupid human being who was an excellent candidate for a kidney transplant chooses to die instead:
Here, let me paraphrase:
Saturday, July 22, 2023
Man whose entire shtick for years has been to dismiss his critics as stupid will now lecture us on the classlessness of calling people stupid:
You can't make this stuff up. Seriously, you can't.
P.S. Patrick Ross, who owes me over $100K because, years ago, he thought it was knee-slappingly funny to publicly accuse me of pedophilia, is currently mocking someone by referring to them publicly with the creative nickname of "Pedochuckles."
I see another defamation lawsuit in Patrick's future. It's like that boy is incapable of learning a lesson.
Friday, July 21, 2023
Just yesterday, I got a phone call from the Saskatchewan Wills & Estates Registry that they began processing of my request for any and all information regarding the wills of both of Patrick Ross' late parents, as well as that of Patrick's maternal grandfather Ben Stamm. Requests like this typically take at least a couple of weeks to complete, so this is just a Public Service Announcement that, unlike Patrick, I do what I say I'm going to do.
Stay tuned ...
P.S. There is some irony in Patrick, currently doxxing people over on his Twitter account, whining to my lawyers about egregious violations of his privacy.
Thursday, July 20, 2023
Wednesday, July 19, 2023
Lloydminster's Lord Baron Twatrick von Loadenhosen has a novel take on what legal issues are at the top of his list:
I will humbly suggest that Patrick's most pressing legal issue is how he is going to explain to a judge why he has contemptuously and openly disobeyed seven distinct court orders to pay me cost awards and judgment levied against him, from as far back as late 2010:
More pointedly, Patrick's most pressing legal issue is how, the instant he enters a courtroom, I will own his pasty, mullet-festooned ass in every which way imaginable.
I guess we'll just agree to disagree.
Tuesday, July 18, 2023
Sunday, July 16, 2023
This is sibling Chris Ross, openly bragging on Facebook about a vintage vehicle of the late Ken Ross:
Why do I need to invest much time tracking down assets when that family of addle-pated hillbillies insists on posting all of that stuff on social media?
Thank you, Chris ... keep up the revealing work.
Friday, July 14, 2023
While prepping for yet another week in Europe (this time in the delightful city of Prague, all expenses paid), I will disembowel another of Patrick Ross' latest threats that, oh boy, this time, yessir, he's really got me, just you wait, uh huh.
Here's Patrick, replying to someone who diplomatically suggests he stop being such a weaselly, evasive leech and start paying what he owes me. Patrick responds thusly (and very stupidly):
I will skip pointing out Patrick's problems in trying to sue me while being an undischarged bankrupt without a trustee who owes me over $100,000 and is refusing to provide a legal address for personal service. Yes, let's ignore all of that as Patrick has just smashed himself in the face with a shovel yet again.
If you've ever seen an affidavit, most of them contain a phrase along the lines of, "I make this affidavit for no improper purpose." While that phrase is somewhat antiquated and probably of diminished value these days, its value used to be to assure the Court that your action was valid and had actual value, and was not being filed out of mere spite or vengeance or vindictiveness or harassment. As I said, it's mostly boilerplate these days, but you can appreciate what it's trying to say.
At which point, along comes Patrick, who serves up a delightful tweet making it abundantly clear that his primary motivation in suing me has nothing to do with actual facts, but is simply a cheap stunt to try to offset his massive debt to me. Yeah, that was a pretty stupid thing to say publicly.
Patrick really does have a talent for ...
Take care, kids. I'll post pictures.
P.S. I should point out that Patrick's filed (and subsequently withdrawn) Statement of Claim he keeps touting on Twitter claims defamation by your humble scribe (and I quote verbatim):
"Between 2021 and 2008 ..."
Feel free to point out Patrick's problem in trying to hold me accountable for alleged defamatory statements as far back as 2008.
P.P.S. An earlier anonymous commenter insisted that, while attempting to serve Patrick at the Lloydminster residence, he/she encountered yet other people also attempting to serve Patrick. I would very much like to know who these other people are; they are invited to email me privately (firstname.lastname@example.org) and enlighten me as to their purpose in all of this. I will keep all this confidential if asked, I just want to know who else is out there as perhaps we can co-operate.
Thursday, July 13, 2023
Seriously, what Elon Musk has done to an important societal feature like Twitter deserves prison time, if not being stuffed in the trunk of a Ford Pinto and pushed off a cliff.
I'm just going to leave it at that.
As I said I would do, I just filed a search request with the Saskatchewan Wills & Estates Registry, pursuant to my collection proceedings against Lloydminster's Patrick Ross by trying to identify any inheritance he would have received or is about to receive.
In order to cover my bases, I have filed search requests for all of:
- Kenneth "Ken" Ross
- Doreen "Carol" Ross
- A. Ben Stamm
The third name is the late father of Carol Ross, and is the name that came up related to rumours of farmland being passed down two generations to the Ross siblings.
This search application is now in the hands of the Saskatchewan Court of King's Bench, who tell me an answer typically takes one to two weeks, at which time we will know the state of Patrick's inheritance(s).
Unlike Patrick, I do what I say I'm going to do.
While my application was detailed and comprehensive and spoke to matters of law and jurisprudence, Patrick's objecting application was ... well, I will let the judge's final three paragraphs speak for themselves:
Wednesday, July 12, 2023
Remember, the Patrick Ross who is currently and gleefully publishing private information about people:
is the same Patrick Ross who had a total and hysterical meltdown when someone took a picture of his father's house in Lloydminster in order to ascertain whether Patrick was in the neighbourhood.
Patrick really needs to think these things through.
Well, here's something from years gone by. And how did my "bringing it the fuck on" work out for Patrick? Oh, right ...
So, yeah, there's that.
P.S. There's a certain irony to Patrick Ross, having promised to contact my family and friends all those years ago for the sole purpose of harassing and humiliating me, much more recently shrieking about the classlessness of dragging his family into his current problems.
In all of this, perhaps the one lesson Patrick can take away is to be a little more circumspect about challenging someone to "bring it the fuck on."
Just a thought.
I have just drafted a letter to the Saskatchewan Wills & Estates Registry, asking for all information related to the estates of Patrick's late parents. As such searches reportedly take 1 to 2 weeks, they are welcome to do that search while I am once again off in the wilds of Europe until later in July.
Also, as I mentioned in an earlier post, I might add to that search list Patrick's grandparents, given the possibility that they might have been involved in farmland that could have been passed on to the grandchildren. But we'll start with the parents first.
In the meantime, feel free to keep me up to date on Patrick's whereabouts, as quite a number of people are keenly interested in where to find him.
Tuesday, July 11, 2023
WAIT, WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THIS BEFORE? It occurs that Patrick's father's will is not the only will to be interested in; in fact, Patrick's mother passed away in July of 2020 so there is another will that might have resulted in an inheritance for Patrick, so I will be filing for a copy of that as well. And pursuant to the rumours of farmland once upon a time, it might be prudent to check out the grandparents and who they left everything to.
Monday, July 10, 2023
Thursday, July 06, 2023
UPDATE, JULY 8: For what should be obvious reasons, I would be interested in knowing if Patrick has been visiting any financial institutions in the Lloydminster area, possibly opening another bank/credit union account in his ongoing efforts to conceal his salary from me. So if anyone sees Patrick at a bank and can send me that info, that would be just ducky.
Also, I would very much like to know the make, model and license number of Patrick's current wheels. Do NOT leave that in the comments; email it to me at email@example.com.
At the moment, I have little else to contribute to the current situation related to the passing of Kenneth "Ken" Ross and how Patrick Ross is going to financially cope with that or the processing of the will or the disposition of the Lloydminster property or anything else. I have passed on all of the information I have at hand to all of the interested parties (lawyers, sheriffs, etc.) and am going to leave it in their hands.
If anyone runs across new information in terms of where Patrick is living or working (I still have a ruling that allows me to garnish Patrick's wages from any employment in Saskatchewan), you can let me know and I will pass that on as well. At the moment, I am waiting to hear from my new contact at the Saskatchewan Sheriffs as to what jurisdiction they have to investigate the will and the disposition of the estate.
Sunday, July 02, 2023
UPDATE, JULY 4: I checked with some legal expert acquaintances of mine who have been following this case and asked about the value of giving Patrick one more chance to deal with all of this like a grown-up and accept his responsibility and financial accountability. To a person, they advised me not to bother, and to get out of the way and let the authorities handle him by the book and through the courts. Advice taken.
Given that others have noted this on social media, I have no problem mentioning that Patrick's father, Kenneth "Ken" Ross, reportedly passed away on June 11, 2023 [correction: obituary now reads June 29]. This changes entirely the social and legal dynamic of my collection proceedings against Patrick as the evidence suggests that Ken very actively financed and enabled Patrick's concealment of his assets and salary so, with Ken no longer able to do this, it remains to be seen how Patrick is going to sustain a lifestyle as an unemployed, undischarged bankrupt, particularly since it is unclear if Patrick thinks he has the right to continue living in the Lloydminster property if the rest of the family wants to sell it as part of their inheritance.
In any event, I am now intensely interested in what Patrick is up to these days, especially related to where he is living, where he is working, and what he expects to inherit since I have the legal right to seize all of that up to the value of what he owes me (over $110,000).
Anyone who has any information related to this is invited to leave a comment, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. All relevant information will be forwarded to the appropriate legal authorities.