Roy Pearson–the psychotic DC Administrative Law judge that has filed the most ludicrous vengeance lawsuit of all time against The Chungs (pictured below), an immigrant Korean couple that owns Custom Cleaners, an alterations/dry cleaners in Northeast Washington–is up for reappointment this week.
For those who don’t know, Pearson has somehow manipulated a temporary mixup with with his pants into a multi-million dollar litigous nightmare, citing among his complaints: fraud (for display signs saying “same day service” and “satisfaction guaranteed”) and the resulting necessity of a rental car every weekend for the next ten years to “drive” to another dry cleaners. The real sticker– Pearson’s pants were found a week after the snafu and he refuses to pick them up.
Here’s the deal. Pearson is a total punk. Look at The Chungs–they’re adorable. They are sweet, hardworking immigrants just trying to live the American dream of working long hours, dealing with asshole customers, and making just enough to scrape by.
Says the Washington Post:
“For the past two years… they’ve been dealing with the nightmare of litigation: a $65 million lawsuit over a pair of missing pants.
Jin Nam Chung, Ki Chung and their son, Soo Chung, are so disheartened that they’re considering moving back to Seoul, said their attorney, Chris Manning, who spoke on their behalf.”
What’s it going to take to stop Pearson’s temper tantrum?
One can only hope that The Chungs don’t give into this supreme asshat, win their case in court, and change their minds about leaving America.
Pearson, on the other hand, should be rightfully disbarred and kicked out of the courtroom faster than Britney Spears running from a shower. Homey sounds like he needs a pacifier and some Pampers waaaaaaaay more than a gavel.
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