My firm receives a daily report of new suits filed in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. It lists the parties, the lawyer who filed the suit and a brief synopsis of what the allegations are. Recently, one crossed my desk that really grabbed my attention.

It seems that officers of the federal government, including a Texas judge, have allegedly entered into a dastardly conspiracy. According to a pro se litigant who unearthed this evil plot, the conspirators have stolen the relics from King Tut’s tomb and squirreled them away in the Earl Cabell Federal Building and Courthouse in Dallas. But, thanks to our valiant pro se plaintiff, who has filed a suit seeking, among other relief, return of the priceless artifacts, America soon will be back in possession of these relics.

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