Connecticut U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Meyer referred to the Federal Postal Court as a “sham” in a recent decision dismissing a dubious $11.5 million penalty against a mortgage servicing company.

Why the sudden hate for a court that founding father Benjamin Franklin opened on July 4, 1775? Well, that’s because the court was thought to have officially closed around the time of the Revolutionary War.

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