August 6, 2010, - 4:40 pm
Hey, dear readers, sorry for my absence for most of today. You’ve probably noticed I’ve posted a lot less on this site for the last week or so. I assure you that is temporary and will be posting my movie reviews and some other stuff later today. My absence is because of two things: some important cases I am working on, and dealing with a new batch of extremely frightening Muslim rape and murder threats on my life. I take all of that very seriously and am working with law enforcement on it. And I’ve been working on some exciting cases involving protecting average Americans from Islamic discrimination. I will be announcing some of these, as well as reports from some interesting hearings and events, very soon.
Also, as you may know, I’m a practicing attorney and was in Michigan’s G-d country a/k/a rural farmland area representing a client. Would have posted something before I left, but I expected that I’d be back in the morning. However, what normally might take only a few minutes ended up taking up most of the day because of many complications. It had to be done because I am passionate about the cases I take on and do everything I can to get the result I seek. I cannot talk about the case in question for many reasons, but my client was being held in jail on a $250,000 cash or surety bond, which means you have to put up $250,000, not a percentage of that. I got that reduced to $250,000 personal recognizance, which means my client was released without paying anything. That’s the kind of result I get. If you are interested in hiring me for legal representation, you know where to contact me. In this kill what you eat world, it helps keep this site and my work going.
I loved driving through this area with old houses, old farms, and quaint downtowns. One farm had a giant statue of a rooster, which was cool. Will have to take a pic, next time, so I can post it.
Anyhow, that’s why I was out of blog action for most of the day. But now I’m back. Working on my movie reviews and next posts now. Stay tuned.
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