New developments have arisen in the frivolous lawsuit filed by Commissionweasel Frantz Pierre against the City of North Miami Beach, City Attorney Jose Smith, and former Deputy City Manager Mac Serda.
You will recall that L’il Frantzie P claimed his civil rights were violated because he’s a “member of a protected class.”
He also claimed that the plaintiffs “chilled his firmness.”
After Frantzie’s attorney, Gregory D. Curtis was forced to amend his original lawsuit (not once, but twice), on May 31, 2017 United States District Judge Frederico A. Moreno issued a Scheduling Order Setting Trial.
On June 28, 2017, the spelling- (and grammar-) challenged lawyer responded by filing a Motion to Stay the court proceedings for 90 days.
Not to mention ironic.
Instead of asking the court to “fix” its “time-table,” perhaps Gregory Curtis, Esquire should take a moment to fix his own website!
Even though Mr. Curtis said a “Prayer for Relief” that the court would “stay the case for 90 days,” …
The court responded with …
On July 12, 2017, the Honorable Frederico A. Moreno entered his Order Denying Motion to Stay.
While we patiently wait for what is sure to be an entertaining two week trial in January, we’re also keeping a close eye on the Miami State Attorney’s Office, which is still investigating the Commissionweasel for going postal on a North Miami Beach Code Enforcement Officer, among other crimes and misdemeanors.
No worries. We’ve got plenty of popcorn.