It looks like vexatious litigant Shane Gates must surrender himself for trial in St Tammany before any of his myriad of civil suits filed by his lawyer / adopted father Danny Abel which named judges, prosecutors, the Sheriff along with court employees and Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell can move forward. Judge Duvall explained why this has to be a few weeks back via a six page opinion:
For those interested in finding out what happens to lawyers that sue other lawyers to conflict them out, judges to conflict them out, court employees and others in acts of retaliation via litigation terrorism, click here for a milder, albeit fairly recent example.
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Interesting website here
Even more interesting that the person behind the website is a proficient supporter of the Indict Jack Strain facebook page.
I guess life on the run gives him plenty of time to play on Facebook.
“Sadly, he’s been on a campaign against me for a long time,” Vitter said. “I’ve reached out to him numerous times about legislation affecting law enforcement and other issues (to no avail). Obviously, (the sheriff’s) motives in the arrest were political. It was a bizarre and silly incident.”
Sheriff Noodles is a spawn of the West Bank crowd. There has got to be a good backstory on his animus with Vitter.
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