Mallia Marie Could Use Your Help

Posted October 25th, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

If anything should shock the conscience of the court as grossly unjust, this matter must.

Dear Rob,

Bob Dick told me that driving junk properties to his tax sale and attempting to collect the overages that resulted was “outrageous!”

I kid you not, that was his exact word.

Well, I think the county pocketing $162,026.14 of Mallia Marie’s money, when they could have simply picked up a phonebook to find her, is beyond outrageous.

I think it’s reprehensible.

Don’t you?


an overage play to end all overage plays

If anything should shock the conscience of the court as grossly unjust, this matter must. So, perhaps your office could come forward to assist Mallia Marie?

I’m sure she’d welcome that. It is, afterall, an overage play. And overage plays are, afterall, what your office is suing me for.

So, if my partner was required to return all the money he supposedly improperly received from overage plays we’d done, why shouldn’t the county be required to do the same?


Yo Bob

Please give Bob Dick a call.

I see from my discovery requests you appear to have his number on your speed dial.

And if you would, please ask him to give Mallia Marie her money back. She’s 79, a widow and cancer surviver who’s now living on just the $1,100 she gets each month from social security. I’m sure she could really use the money.

I’d sleep a lot better tonight knowing that money has been returned to her. I’m sure you would, too.

For Pierce County to keep it, I think we can all agree (and to quote Mr. Dick), would be “outrageous!”

In the arena,

Joe Kaiser


2 Responses to: “Mallia Marie Could Use Your Help”

  1. olyguy responds:
    Posted: October 25th, 2007 at 11:32 am

    Approximately 2,000 years ago Jesus Christ condemned the community leaders in that time for taking advantage of the elderly and the widows.

    Well… here we are folks.

    We are letting our government take advantage of this poor widow. This is disgusting and reprehensible. The media should trumpet this one loudly until she has her money back.

    This is our Governor in action folks. Shafting a little old lady out of her money just because there is a law that says she can.

    Governor Chrissy – GIVE *HER* MONEY BACK!

    Yes, “her” money back; it never was “your” money.

    And you guys at the AG’s office that read these posts every day, and I know you do, your vanity won’t let you resist – know this – we have just begun to put you under the microscope. Your illegal and unethical actions have overflowed into the public eye and we will now use the laws to dissect you and your slimy little operations there. You would do well to find a job across the country so you can hide out under a rock over there.

  2. Loya responds:
    Posted: October 25th, 2007 at 11:46 am

    Well, isn’t this interesting…..It’s OK for the gov’t to take the REALIZED overage but it is not OK for you to enter into a legal contract for a POSSIBLE overage. I, for one, would be livid/outraged if this was my mother and the gov’t did not at least lift a finger to call her in three year’s time. Put me on the jury for this one—-a no brainer!!!!


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