Madeleine Flannagan, Lawyer, again defamed by crazy (ex) drug addict bent on campaign of harassment

Jacqueline Sperling has a special place in her heart for a lawyer named Madeleine Flannagan. As I’ve noted previously, she’s blogged obsessively about the dispute she created with her, and has produced as part of that obsession a screed of lies and harassment that is pretty hard to brush under the carpet. This is a woman obsessed to the point of madness.

Take her latest post:

In other words – i think Judge Harvey is saying – What. The. Heck?

Notice that Sperling is very careful to insert “I think”. By doing this she makes the statement an opinion, rather that a simple and blatent lie it would otherwise be.

This is Madeleine Flannagan’s 4th attempt to do something to me legally. This is her 4th abject failure. Madeleine Flannagan needs someone to be supervising her – in my honest opinion. She obviously has no idea what she is doing.
Note again the “in my honest opinion”. There can be no question that this is an honest opinion of course – it’s thoroughly dishonest.
The 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 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.

So she’s doing something for which she has already been slapped down for by a judge. But since the judge didn’t actually act against her, she considers that all but the final decision in that judgement to be irrelevant fluff.

But the final irony is that Madeleine Flannagan had nothing to do with this legal action.

So we must as a consequence question not Ms Flannagan’s ability as a lawyer, but Ms Sperling’s ability to read a letter written in English a 6 year old would be able to understand.

And it goes without saying that the rest of the post contains lies so blatant I don’t see any reason to dignify them with any answer whatsoever.

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 (her original target for harassment), 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 herePlease do not place abusive comments on her blog, phone her, or approach her or her family as she will blame this on her victims.

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