Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Chronicles of Twatrick: Happy interestversary!

It is now a full 23 months since a judge told undischarged bankrupt and fugitive from various legal agencies Patrick Ross that he owes me over $104,000, and bumped up the interest rate on the outstanding amount from two per cent to a whopping five per cent:

In the time since late 2010 when I won my judgment against Patrick:

he has openly and gleefully disobeyed numerous court orders to pay me, and has been found in contempt of court twice (again, for refusing to obey court orders).

At the moment, Patrick is chuckling about how stoked he is to proceed with suing myself and others, not even vaguely appreciating the massive fucking shitstorm that awaits him the moment he sets foot inside a courtroom for any reason whatever. (I have been advised that, given the number of outstanding court orders against him, it is entirely possible that a judge will simply order that Patrick be taken into custody until he resolves his situation. But that's just one possibility.)

In any event, it's safe to say that Patrick is rapidly running out of road, and bragging about vindictively suing others to make up for his current financial woes will not play well in front of a judge. But that is something I suspect Patrick will learn the hard way.

P.S. I am still interested in the meatspace co-ordinates of Lord von Loadenhosen, so any information about where Patrick is hanging out these days can be dropped in the comments.


Anonymous said...

It’s hard to say what I find more appalling; the fact this has been allowed by the system to go on this long, or the fact that people like this seem to dominate so much of our political discourse and our media LOVES tearing their unhinged and ignorantly destructive “opinions” as reasonable political perspectives that must be respected.

CC said...

I assume that "tearing" should actually say "treating."

MgS said...

I note on his Twit feed, he’s whining about how higher interest rates make it more expensive to buy a home … and the first thought that goes through my head is “wait until you apply for a mortgage, Mr. Delinquent Bankrupt”.

At a wild guess, he wouldn’t be able to get a bank to loan him enough to buy one of his greaseburger meals, much less a house … and the Bank of Mom and Pop just closed permanently on him.

CC said...

I am baffled as to why Patrick is worried about mortgage rates, since there is zero chance of him *ever* buying a house, and even less chance of his inheriting Casa Ross without me taking it from him within a week.

Given Patrick's history, he has a weird obsession with lecturing others on finance, economics, fiscal prudence and personal responsibility.

RossOwesDay said...

Also, since Twatsy is deeply indebted, he should LOVE inflation, which devalues his substantial debt. But he's too stupid to realize that.