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I noticed this in the Brown v Sperling decision today.

[222] Some of those posts are distressing and are made knowing that their content would distress. [snip] In addition comments had been made of a derogatory nature regarding Ms Flannagan’s religious beliefs and her competence as a law practitioner which have no substance and are clearly designed to hurt. I am satisfied that the comments were made in such circumstances that the contents of them were clearly offensive.

Recall Sperling’s response the that same ruling?

Simon Buckingham and Madeleine Flannagan should hand in their LLBs and go back to Law school. This kind of abusive and vexatious litigation is not what our courts are for.

With Jackie Sperling, irony comes standard.

Oh, speaking of which:

If someone had accused me of murdering a family member – and i was innocent – nothing would keep me off that stand or from telling the world – and the court – the truth.

Funny what slips out, isn’t it?


This post is about Jacqueline (Jackie) Sperling, and is part of an ongoing series discussing her ongoing campaign of harassment and lies against lawyer Madeleine Flannagan and Ms Brown, and The Narrative – the alternate reality she presents on her blog in which she pretends to be the victim of her targets. You can read a court decision that outlines her campaign and the court’s assessment of The Narrative here.

Please do not place abusive comments on her blog, phone her, or approach her or her family as she will blame this on her victims.


Comments on: "I would just like to thank the judge and attack the lawyers he praised" (2)

  1. Adeleine said:

    J Sperling’s assessment of their courtroom competence (was she even in the court room?) doesn’t really fit with paragraph [243] either:

    “Ms Flannagan presented as confident and robust, articulate and, having regard to the interests with which she is involved, well able to handle herself in debate.”

    Sounds exactly like a description of a lawyer who should hand in her LLB *rolls eyes* Any lawyer the judge takes the time to compliment her on her court room manner should definitely quit the profession and re-enrol at law school.

    As for “abusive and vexatious litigation” did she read the judgment? Judges don’t kill that many trees writing a response to abusive and vexatious litigation and I would think that they don’t generally state that the abusive and vexatious litigants are the victims of the obsessed respondent.

  2. […] judge in question has in fact specifically and flatly refuted Sperling’s previous claims of Madeleine Flannagan’s competence as a lawyer. Shall I quote the section again? Yes, I think I shall. [222] Some of those posts are distressing […]

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