Here’s Chuck Johnson’s Ludicrous Lawyer Letter to Twitter

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As we mentioned in our previous article, Chuck Johnson has now been suspended five times by Twitter, and his original account with more than 25,000 followers (@ChuckCJohnson) has been permanently banned.

Chuck is definitely not a happy camper about this, and he’s raging like a loon with his latest serial account (@freechucknow) and threatening to sue Twitter. Yes, really!

Via David Holmes at PandoDaily, here’s the utterly absurd letter Chuck Johnson’s lawyer sent to Twitter today. Among other ridiculous and risible points, Chuck and his lawyer are actually making the argument that Twitter owes him the right to use their service to make money.

It’s a completely frivolous case, and Chuck is very obviously praying that Twitter will cave in before they have to take it to trial — because if it goes to trial it will be immediately tossed out in a summary judgment, and the lawyer must know this. I predict Twitter will just ignore this nonsensical threat.

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UPDATE at 5/25/15 1:38:05 pm by Charles Johnson

Via LGF reader “BeachDem,” here are a couple of links to some information about Chuck’s crack legal team:

Jonathon Burns: St. Louis Conservative Activist in on Prank to Punk CNN
John Burns: Brains Behind Anti-MetroLink Campaign Is a Well-Connected Tea Party Activist

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