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The Chief Headcase is back in Court


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4 minutes ago, Ringy Rose said:

I'm torn. On the one hand he's clearly wasting everyone’s time with his baseless conspiracy theories and wellness bullshit.

But on the other hand, sometimes you just have to let people like him have their day in Court, even if they're a picnic short of a sandwich.

There’s that but even the paper confirms that Heading had been advised at his last court appearance by Deemster Corlett to amend his case as his original claim against Mr Ashford for ’misconduct in a public office’ is not an offence under Manx law. So why are they giving him the time of day? He’s just copying his loony friends in the UK and even then he gets it wrong. 

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4 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

There’s that but even the paper confirms that Heading had been advised at his last court appearance by Deemster Corlett to amend his case as his original claim against Mr Ashford for ’misconduct in a public office’ is not an offence under Manx law. So why are they giving him the time of day? He’s just copying his loony friends in the UK and even then he gets it wrong. 

Probably just setting him up to knock him down?

If he can be proven as a fraud or a loony, it may make others think before carrying on like he has? 

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8 minutes ago, offshoremanxman said:

So why are they giving him the time of day? He’s just copying his loony friends in the UK and even then he gets it wrong.

Give him his day in Court and a) he can't say he's been silenced and b) should he lose (lol) the legal bill will dissuade others.

Give someone enough rope to hang themselves?

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3 minutes ago, Max Power said:

If he can be proven as a fraud or a loony, it may make others think before carrying on like he has? 

That’s probably the only reason. But if that’s true it likely also signifies that they’re worried about him and some of the total loonies who follow him and what they might do. He’s a man who needs properly dealing with on this as he’s dangerously unhinged.

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42 minutes ago, wrighty said:

Quite right. Can any nutcase bring a case to court, no matter how baseless?

Yes, the law is, or should be, available to all.  He has already been given a few steers by the Deemster.  It would not be justice if his case was dismissed out of hand (even if you believe, as I do, that he should have been told to sling his hook)  so he has to be given the opportunity to put his case, but he has to put it correctly in accordance with the law.  He was effectively told to sort his claim out properly and come back.  At which point, he probably will be told to sling his hook, but very politely and with a logical argument as to why. 

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