The pebble will not die (yet)
Milo’s lawsuit against the publisher that refused to publish him is going better than anyone could have imagined.
R2: Milo Yiannopoulos claims that he fired his lawyers because he kept wanting to look at Attorneys’ Eyes Only information which was produced only pursuant to a stipulated protective order prohibiting his attorneys from disclosing that information to anyone but them, including him. Apparently, he was under the presumption that if he fired his attorney, he would automatically be given all those documents as part of his client file.
He finds out here that that’s not how that works.
Also, bonus: at 5:14-15, Milo attempts to get the court to act as his attorney. The response is literally just “I’m sorry?”
“Pro se” is Latin for “bring popcorn.”
Truer words have rarely been spoken.
I might have to steal that for jokes with my lawyer friends
File this under, I didn’t know this was a thing.
I said this to my paralegal professor during class and she had to take a few minutes to recover.
This is very good:
11 Months, 3000 pictures and a lot of coffee.
Next, podcasts via laryngoscopy.