Appeals Court rules on Fort Hill

Jun 6, 2011 Full story: Cleveland Daily Banner

The Court of Appeals at Knoxville ruled Betty Saint Rogers did not prove intentional infliction of emotional distress by Fort Hill Cemetery owner Joe V. Williams III and Louisville Land Company in a case that has been in Bradley County courts since 2004.

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Secaucus, NJ

#1 Jun 17, 2011
If you know you are distressing someone (while breaking the law, which "Louisville land Co. and Joe V. Williams was doing), then the distress is intentional.

What's to prove?

The cemetery was supposed to be maintained, it was not. Complaints were made and ignored, INTENTIONALLY and WILLFULLY.

I hope they have a retrial.

And stalling til things are supposedly forgotten is so lame. THAT should be illegal.


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