The Greatest Defendant

At last! A companion case to US ex rel. Mayo v. Satan and His Staff. The Omaha World-Herald reports,

Judge Marlon Polk threw out Nebraska Sen. Ernie Chambers' lawsuit against the Almighty, saying there was no evidence that the defendant had been served. What's more, Polk found “there can never be service effectuated on the named defendant.”

Contrast this result to the famous Jewish story about the Rabbis sent to a concentration camp who decide to put G-d on trial for allowing the Holocaust to happen. Not subject to the FRCP, they hold a trial on the merits, and find the Defendant guilty of abandoning them and of allowing this great evil to happen.

And then, after the trial was over, they said evening prayer.

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