The jaws of karma continue to clamp ever tighter around Jack Thompson's jugular as the prospect of disbarment becomes more and more real. Today, the silver-haired crusader walked out on his disciplinary hearing, in which the court recommended an "enhanced disbarment" for no less than ten years, basically appealing for the end of Thompson's career.
Jack disagreed with Tunis' presence and stormed out in a blaze of harrumphs, but not before submitting a lengthy written objection (viewable after the jump). It is believed that referee Judge Tunis' refusal to let Thompson read the novella was the reason he left. He also apparently argued over the placement of the podium at court. Oh Jack, what are we going to do with you?
If it's any consolation, I am in the market for an assistant, Mr. Thompson. My pay's lousy, but the workload is plentiful.
I don't even know wha Jack-o is doing anymore. It's so hard to follow all the stupid things he does and says, so I've kind lost track. Thankfully, GamePolitics is keeping track, and now they point us to Thompson trying to tre...more
Jack. Jackie. Wacko Jack-o. Jackie Boy. I haven't decided what I'll call him when I hang out with him in Dallas this summer. J-dogg? Oh, what? You didn't know we were tight? Okay, we're not really hanging out. But he and I wi...more
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