Thursday, May 04, 2017
Joplin Christians' attacks on Jane Doe winner in Victory Ministries lawsuit included in court filing
In an affidavit filed today in U. S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri, "Jane Doe" who filed her lawsuit after North Middle School students took a field trip to Victory Ministries and Sports Complex in 2015, explained why she did not hire a Joplin attorney:
I did not actively seek counsel in Joplin because people here are not generally sympathetic to people like me. Even if I found a lawyer who understood, the damage to their reputation in the community likely would have precluded taking my case.
The affidavit was among documents filed by Doe's attorneys defending their request for $211,285.45 in fees. The district, in a filing by Joplin attorney Karl Blanchard said the request was too high, that the lawyers were charging too much per hour and that Doe could have hired a local attorney who did not charge as much.
Judge Doug Harpool will make the final determination on attorney fees.
As evidence to back their contention that Doe could not have hired a local attorney, her lawyers submitted 42 pages of comments left on the Joplin Globe, KZRG, and Springfield News-Leader Facebook pages, in which the commenters attacked Doe, who despite winning her lawsuit, accepted and received $1 in damages.
Included in those comments:
The parent that made the complaint must have been a dumbass.
The epidemic of stupid is making my head hurt.
I know the owners personally and they are wonderful people doing GOOD work in the community. Whoever this is that is conjuring up the lawsuit is a moron.
Notice the parents are anonymous. Don't have the guts to come forward and present their complaints.
And all the others should be denied because of one stupid mother.
The American Humanist group is the atheist version of Westboro. They won't stop until being a Christian is illegal.
GOD WILL DEAL WITH HER SOON- VERY SOON
Attention seeking crybabies.
Poor little snowflakes were upset, so their helicopter parents sued.
Creampuffs and morons, just go away. Climb back in that closet.
Imagine the look on these atheists' faces when they finally meet their maker and He demands to know why they persecuted the children. The Lord is particularly fond of the little ones and, as the Bible says, the persecutors would be better off with a millstone tied around their necks and cast into the sea if they try to keep them from the Lord.
These atheists are indoctrinating our children with this Muslim garb.
Oh heaven forbid, we Christians are luring young children to meet God with sweet doughnuts I guess the atheists would rather have them strung out on drugs and meet the devil.
I wonder how many doughnuts it would take shoved down their throats one at a time to shut them up permanently.
Atheists can take an aerial intercourse on a flying pastry. Translation: Atheists can take a flying f--k on a rolling donut.
Hopefully, this kind of interference with religion will come to an end. These atheists are poor excuses for Americans and a disgrace.
The atheists lure children in with perversion, immorality and lies.
They will get there in the end. Hell is hot.