Actually, Mr Catt, I’m Not Too Keen On It Either…

The local authority said the judge ordered Mr Catt to pay the council’s costs in relation to one of these.

The amount of these costs has not yet been agreed.

But Mr Catt said: “I am protected from costs by legal aid. That’s what they do not like.”

Yeah, well partly that’s because spending public money is seen as their job, I suppose.

Me, I’m not too happy about it because I’d rather not be the one paying so you can strut your stuff in court, risk-free, any time you feel like it…

Mr Catt said: “I will protest until I die.

“When I was a child I took exception to the way my peers did not ask questions and I became despondent by the lack of challenging. “

And now you are not a child? Really?

“What people could not accept was that I recognised and saw straight through people from a very early age.”

Now, I’m all for the rights of the little guy not to be trampled by an unthinking, uncaring State apparatus simply because it’s too costly to challenge them. I wouldn’t be writing here if I didn’t! But it’s a fine line, isn’t it?

And I can’t help thinking Mr Catt crossed it…

3 comments for “Actually, Mr Catt, I’m Not Too Keen On It Either…

  1. Stonyground
    May 8, 2013 at 8:37 pm

    Till he dies eh? Well he’s 88, we won’t have to wait too much longer surely. If he had a really sound case I would be right behind him, however, he seems to be just an obstructive bellend.

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