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Joe Pilchesky

Gettysburg, PA

#1 Nov 13, 2008
Timothy Hinton is a lawyer. He represents Da U and the Times all of the time. I like Tim. Tim is very funny and entertaining as opposed to drabby Carl Greco who is as entertaining as watching paint dry. Tim is crawling the walls over my legal actions involving the Complex deal. For three years now he couldn't seal the deal to get rid of me, which I what makes him so funny in court. He's got the Dennis the Menace thing going for starters, so when he starts talking and if I'm looking at him, not even he can keep a straight face.

A little while back Mazzoni gave me a really good screwing before he jumped the dangerous S.S. Complex for safer political shores. Thanx for that, Bob. That forced me to file lots of paperwork to fix it, which I did. Meanwhile, the separate lawsuit against Da U was coming up for argument and my brief was due. However, the paperwork had to be fixed before Da U argument could be heard, so I didn't file the brief with the intention of withdrawing Da U lawsuit because Da u has to be included with the lawsuit against the SRA, by law, which was what Mazzoni refused to allow, among other things.

Now, Timmy boy knew I had to fix the paperwork or I really was cooked. He also knew that when I failed to file my brief he could ask the court to dismiss my lawsuit. That's legal and fair game. I expected him to do that and he did it on October 19th with argument set for October 25th before Judge Hatchet Thomson. Well, I knew Hatchet Thomson would whack me for sure, so on the 23rd I simply withdrew the complaint with a full explanation included. Lawyers do that all the time. The hearing was then cancelled, as it should have been.

Then, I got a notice from Ron Mackay, court admin., that a new date was set to argue Timmy's Motion to Dismiss. Now, the rules do provide that a judge can stop a party from withdrawing under certain circumstances, but a special petition has to be filed. Timmy never filed such a petition, so his Motion to Dismiss was defective all the way. In my answer to Tim's motion, I pointed out the defects to Judge Hatchet Thomson. Meant nothing. They held a hearing without me and Judge Hatchet gave me the hatchet. No explanation, the usual for this crony sack of sh!t. Here's his Order. The words "with prejudice" means I can't file a new lawsuit. All based on not filing a brief? Unheard of. Back to Harrisburg now to embarrass another lawyer and another judge. First, I have to stroke Judge Hatchet a little by asking him nicely to reconsider. Motion to Reconsider based upon fact that YOU DON'T KNOW THE FVCKING LAW. And they wonder why people take the law into their own hands?
Costumer

Taylor, PA

#2 Nov 14, 2008
Joe Pilchesky wrote:
Timothy Hinton is a lawyer. He represents Da U and the Times all of the time. I like Tim. Tim is very funny and entertaining as opposed to drabby Carl Greco who is as entertaining as watching paint dry. Tim is crawling the walls over my legal actions involving the Complex deal. For three years now he couldn't seal the deal to get rid of me, which I what makes him so funny in court. He's got the Dennis the Menace thing going for starters, so when he starts talking and if I'm looking at him, not even he can keep a straight face.
A little while back Mazzoni gave me a really good screwing before he jumped the dangerous S.S. Complex for safer political shores. Thanx for that, Bob. That forced me to file lots of paperwork to fix it, which I did. Meanwhile, the separate lawsuit against Da U was coming up for argument and my brief was due. However, the paperwork had to be fixed before Da U argument could be heard, so I didn't file the brief with the intention of withdrawing Da U lawsuit because Da u has to be included with the lawsuit against the SRA, by law, which was what Mazzoni refused to allow, among other things.
Now, Timmy boy knew I had to fix the paperwork or I really was cooked. He also knew that when I failed to file my brief he could ask the court to dismiss my lawsuit. That's legal and fair game. I expected him to do that and he did it on October 19th with argument set for October 25th before Judge Hatchet Thomson. Well, I knew Hatchet Thomson would whack me for sure, so on the 23rd I simply withdrew the complaint with a full explanation included. Lawyers do that all the time. The hearing was then cancelled, as it should have been.
Then, I got a notice from Ron Mackay, court admin., that a new date was set to argue Timmy's Motion to Dismiss. Now, the rules do provide that a judge can stop a party from withdrawing under certain circumstances, but a special petition has to be filed. Timmy never filed such a petition, so his Motion to Dismiss was defective all the way. In my answer to Tim's motion, I pointed out the defects to Judge Hatchet Thomson. Meant nothing. They held a hearing without me and Judge Hatchet gave me the hatchet. No explanation, the usual for this crony sack of sh!t. Here's his Order. The words "with prejudice" means I can't file a new lawsuit. All based on not filing a brief? Unheard of. Back to Harrisburg now to embarrass another lawyer and another judge. First, I have to stroke Judge Hatchet a little by asking him nicely to reconsider. Motion to Reconsider based upon fact that YOU DON'T KNOW THE FVCKING LAW. And they wonder why people take the law into their own hands?
I'm not sure what this has to do w/ Ballina Pub & eatery or it's grand opening?

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