The Jack Attack continues, this time he sues the Alabama Bar

Our favorite sue-happy, one-man train wreck of an attorney Jack Thompson has already hit up the Florida Bar and Florida Supreme Court, Crecente’s Hair Palace, other people that poke fun at him with lawsuits, and now he’s going after the Alabama Bar. 

According to GamePolitics, the reasons for this suit goes back to a 2005 case, Strickland vs. Sony, in which two cops were gunned down by 18-year-old Devon Moore, a fan of GTA III. Their families sought damages from Take Two, Rockstar, Sony, Wal-Mart and GameStop. This was a case that Jacko was actually booted from, with Circuit Court Judge James Moore actually yanking Thompson’s ability to practice law in Alabama. 

Mr. Thompson’s actions before this Court suggest that he is unable to conduct himself in a manner befitting practice in this state…

Jacko may have a few things lined up (22-page PDF of lawsuit), but things are already not looking good for him. The suit has been assigned to U.S. District Court Judge Paul Huck, who said in an earlier suit that “Thompson submits nothing beyond wild accusations of a vast conspiracy against him.”

Also, in related news, Jack is in court in Miami this morning, doing his best to explain to Judge Adalberto Jordan why he shouldn’t be referred to a disciplinary committee adding hardcore gay porn to the court docket in a September 24th filing.

He keeps on keeping on!

Dale North