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Johnny
2009-05-05 10:24:51 UTC
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This prick seems almost as stupid as Mr Bunt
himself.................In terms of law there was no case to answer in
regard to any of the defendants, as Mr Bunt had made silly errors in
matters of legal procedure, which meant the matter could have been
struck out at any time, should any one of the defendants applied for
this.
Obviously as Mr Bunts lunacy was likely to help the ISPs establish a
very helpful legal precedent in thier favour, it was not likely they
would apply for matters to be struck out.
Had the case been properly crafted via a solicitor in conjunction with a
barrister/QC, the outcome would have been a lot different.
Not really. There were adequate defenses and counter calims waiting in
the wings.
In cases such as this there is no real need to submit any sort of
defence, as the claims being made were wholly ridiculous and as such
were not able to be supported by any sort of factual
evidence................indeed when Mr Bunt was asked to clarify the
exact nature of the basis of his claims, he was quite unable to do so,
and effectively this resulted in his action being struck
out......................1 to defendants Mr Bunt 0
It speaks volumes that since his bollocks was slung out that bunt has
vanished and hides his face from Usenet in well earned embarrassment.

He is also reduced to buying old rubbish from ebay at £5 to furnish his
kettle with.
ken
2009-05-05 10:37:33 UTC
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Post by Johnny
This prick seems almost as stupid as Mr Bunt
himself.................In terms of law there was no case to answer in
regard to any of the defendants, as Mr Bunt had made silly errors in
matters of legal procedure, which meant the matter could have been
struck out at any time, should any one of the defendants applied for
this.
Obviously as Mr Bunts lunacy was likely to help the ISPs establish a
very helpful legal precedent in thier favour, it was not likely they
would apply for matters to be struck out.
Had the case been properly crafted via a solicitor in conjunction with a
barrister/QC, the outcome would have been a lot different.
Not really. There were adequate defenses and counter calims waiting in
the wings.
In cases such as this there is no real need to submit any sort of
defence, as the claims being made were wholly ridiculous and as such
were not able to be supported by any sort of factual
evidence................indeed when Mr Bunt was asked to clarify the
exact nature of the basis of his claims, he was quite unable to do so,
and effectively this resulted in his action being struck
out......................1 to defendants Mr Bunt 0
It speaks volumes that since his bollocks was slung out that bunt has
vanished and hides his face from Usenet in well earned embarrassment.
He is also reduced to buying old rubbish from ebay at £5 to furnish his
kettle with.
Even though pandering to Mr Bunts lunacy cost all those involved
dearly, to see that he has been vanquished entirely from Usenet, does
perhaps mean it was worth it.......................
Jez
2009-05-05 12:55:54 UTC
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I recently won a case, it cost me 8 grand to do it, but I was awarded costs
which have just been paid back to me.
You never employed Bunt Bunt Bunt and Guy Fawkes as solicitors then?
ken
2009-05-05 13:39:21 UTC
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Post by Jez
I recently won a case, it cost me 8 grand to do it, but I was awarded costs
which have just been paid back to me.
You never employed Bunt Bunt Bunt and Guy Fawkes as solicitors then?
The same as getting the go straight to jail card in a game of monoply
methinks...............Mr Bunt demonstrably showed everyone interested
that his knowledge of law was even less than that of
engineering..................

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