Sunday, December 27, 2009

Federal Lawsuit Update 7

On December 21st, Susan Baker Gray and her merry band of plaintiffs filed an appeal of the ruling by U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz dismissing their suit which claimed that the new Wegmans store in Columbia would disturb Phillip Rousseau’s quiet enjoyment of his home (among other things).

In dismissing this suit back on November 19th, Judge Motz ruled that this was essentially the same suit that he dismissed back in July.

I’ll say one thing for these plaintiffs, they are tenacious, crazy sure, but tenacious in their craziness.


Anonymous said...

Name calling is unbecoming, a reflection on you, WB [insert personal given name].

Readers know that if you had a substantive case against an individual, you'd use facts and specifics rather than name calling and red herrings.

Anonymous said...

wb, how i envy you--so much to learn!

Lotsabogeys said...

The case summary and facts are summarized in Judge Motz' opinion:

Suit #2 opinion

Anons...take a little time to read it.