Judge Valerie Caproni has made a new ruling in the Southern District of New York. She threw out all Jason Goodman’s claims and admonished him.
Dave Acton has written about it on his new blog checkmatek2.net
Jason Goodman has claimed this as a victory:
As usual, Jason should have read the fine print. His victory dance may have been a little hasty, since the judge did grant one of the Plaintiff’s motions and also gave the Plaintiff permission to re-file his claim. She seems to acknowledge some merit to the claim, and her response gives a pathway to the pro se Plaintiff indicating what she is (and isn’t) looking for to move this case forward.
The judge called Jason Goodman’s accusations “wildly implausible” and “facially ridiculous”.
The judge is basically saying that Jason Goodman’s conspiracy theories are so far-fetched that nobody could take them seriously, and are specifically designed to deceive his own audience.
The judge specifically says that Goodman has not presented ANY evidence that supports ANY of his “outlandish” claims.
The Judge invited Dave Acton to file an amended complaint which addresses her concerns in the next 3 weeks:
We will update you when that next filing is made.
You can download the complete court document from Tracking Meroz.
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