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March 25, 2008 7:24 PM   Subscribe

Everyone's favorite pro se plaintiff, Jonathan Lee Riches, whose complaints have previously graced Metafilter's front page, has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit [pdf] against Eliot Spitzer.

For those who have trouble making out Riches's one-page handwritten complaint, it reads:

"This is a sexual harassment suit. Gov. Spitzer is try [sic] to sell me for prison prostitution labor to Albany legislators. Spitzer threatend [sic] to take my money like he did with Grasso. all [sic] corporate convictions Spitzer used the fines to pay for prostitutes for himself and implants for Silda. I'm personally offened [sic], I seek a restraining order Against [sic] him."

Baseball fans may want to check out his lawsuit against Atlanta Braves pitcher Tom Glavine, who apparently can throw a mean pitcher of lemonade.
posted by saslett (8 comments total)

 
Sounds like someone needs to figure out the powdered glass trick.
posted by ZaneJ. at 8:15 PM on March 25, 2008


Sounds like the very model of a real vexatious litigant, of suits unmeritorious and ultimately indigent.

Still, I suppose as hobbies in prison go, it's better than shivving people.
posted by aeschenkarnos at 9:03 PM on March 25, 2008


Now that's really a case of the siccups [sic!].
posted by strangeguitars at 9:11 PM on March 25, 2008


He forgot 'Kristen'. And Poland.
posted by lukemeister at 9:19 PM on March 25, 2008


And he's letting the Magna Carta off the hook this time?

Some more good Riches links in this thread.
posted by salvia at 8:40 AM on March 26, 2008


Weird, I just read a Riches suit at work yesterday. If I recall correctly, he accused Michael Mukasey of setting the 2007 California wildfires in order to make it easier to spot illegal immigrants.
posted by saladin at 9:15 AM on March 26, 2008


I'm personally offened too!
posted by statcinerator at 3:08 PM on March 26, 2008


I like the way he left his phone number, in case the judge wants to rap or hang out or somethin'.
posted by facetious at 5:42 PM on March 26, 2008


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