Judge Tunis, the referee in the disbarment hearings against Jack Thompson, has finished her recommendations early.
It is good, it is very good. It is more than anyone could’ve wanted.
The judge rejected Florida Bar Association’s recommendation of a 10-year disbarment and went with a permanent disbarment as well as making Jackhole cover the nearly $44K in trial costs. Not only will Jackhole be out of a job, but he’s getting a rather substantial monetary penalty as well.
In her 169-page report she says:
Over a very extended period of time involving a number of totally unrelated cases and individuals, the Respondent has demonstrated a pattern of conduct to strike out harshly, extensively, repeatedly and willfully to simply try to bring as much difficulty, distraction and anguish to those he considers in opposition to his causes. He does not proceed within the guidelines of appropriate professional behavior, but rather uses other means available to intimidate, harass, or bring public disrepute to those whom he perceives oppose him.
Yep. That’s Jackhole alright. It is good that she saw through Jackhole’s Jekyll and Hyde act.
There will be much rejoicing!