Keeping Stock catches out Mr Jan Trotman, 66, kept man of St Mary’s Bay.
Mr Jan Trotman, 66, kept man of St Mary’s Bay issued a press release about the tea-tapes claiming that the case had nothing to do with the Attorney-General. This drunk old fool thinks that it has nothing to do with the Attorney-General.
Except it does:
Check out the decision at this link. The heading of the decision reads like this (with our emphasis added):
IN THE HIGH COURT OF NEW ZEALAND
UNDER The Declaratory Judgments Act 1908
BETWEEN BRADLEY CHRISTOPHER GEOFFREY AMBROSE Plaintiff
AND THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL Defendant
Hearing: 22 November 2011
And here was I thinking that Mr Jan Trotman calls himself a lawyer.
This whole claim that costs is somehow retribution is a storm in teacup. Bradley Ambrose took the government to court to protect his own legal position and lost. Costs are levied against losers, happens every day, especially against vexatious litigants.