In the original complaint, his grammatically challenged lawyer, Gregory D. Curtis, Esquire, initially claimed that Frantzie was deprived of his rights due to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Florida Civil Rights act of 1992, Florida Statue [sic] 760.
Not only did the lawyer spell “statute” wrong, he also cited the wrong law upon which to base his lawsuit. As such, the amended complaint alleges that the defendants violated his client’s civil rights per “42 U.S.C. 1983, which provide [sic] for relief against discrimination and harassment in employment on the basis of race related thereto.”
Oh, yeah. That’s some fine legal work there. I hope he’s not charging Frantzie by the hour.
Then again, if the Sporkweasel of NMB could afford a good lawyer, he wouldn’t be stealing money from churches or filing frivolous lawsuits.