Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.
Abraham Lincoln

Pleading by pleading, the Cassitys are speaking out against injustice.  Brent Cassity followed his father’s lead, and filed a motion to dismiss from the civil lawsuit against NPS’ former management and trustees.  The younger Cassity made a hodge podge of legal arguments better suited to a death row inmate. As if the Cassitys’ actions haven’t already cost the public enough, Brent has requested the court appoint a qualified attorney to represent his interests.  Otherwise, “basic fairness and due process” should dictate that Brent be dismissed from the SDR’s lawsuit.

The lawyers at Reilly Ponzer have to be chuckling.