You have to know you’re in some serious trouble when you ask Sabine for help, and she fobs you off, so you turn to…Neelu? That’s what seems to have happened to an elderly gent named Esworth Anderson, whose story doesn’t necessarily make a lot of sense to the average reader who doesn’t understand the legal system on the Planet Zod.
But last June, Esworth took it into his head to contact Sabine (and Yolande Lindridge and/or Gordon and/or Kenward) for help, via Sabine’s Victims Unite! blog. Except that when she says “Victims” she means everyone but you, Esworth:
So…yeah. Piss off and have a nice life, Esworth.
What to do when Sabine tells you to put an egg in your shoe and beat it? Why, obviously: write to Neelu, famous Remedy Consultant at the International Council of Jurists.
After all, it says “Remedy” right there on her Facebook page. So clearly she is a Lady Who Gets Shit Done.
Maybe it’s just us, but if we were woken at 4 a.m. to the sound of police banging on our front door, we might be inclined to just go answer it and find out what they wanted. But Esworth is made of sterner stuff: he just turned back in and tried to get back to sleep.
Are we the only ones left scratching our heads over this little interaction? Maybe, like Neelu and Sabine themselves, Esworth has become accustomed to being “illegally kidnapped” in the middle of the night, and it seems normal, or at least not all that unusual, to him.
Or maybe he’s being just a teensy-weensy bit disingenuous when he says he didn’t know what they wanted.
Because there is that whole business with the bailiffs, and the “extortionate” law firms demanding to get paid for their services (the nerve of them!), and the “land fraud” and the complaints against the p0lice…perhaps Esworth’s problem was that he couldn’t decide which thing the police were there for, there were so many.
We can see why Sabine gave him the thumbs down—but things have reached a pretty pass when poor Esworth has no one left to turn to but Neelu. Esworth, we predict your life is about to take a turn for the interesting. And warm.