exception to copyright" (end joke font) blog post by John Hoff
Level Three Sex Offender Peter Rickmyer, pictured above, has been wanted on a warrant out of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma since the Hubble telescope was launched into space and Nelson Mandela was freed from prison, circa 1990. But Oklahoma County doesn't want Rickmyer back in their state, and so the warrant has been "non-extraditable" all these years even though the whole judicial system knows precisely where this fugitive child molester can be located, see address listed at the bottom of his recent court filing.
Just thought I'd mention that issue up front.
It was only the end of last month when I reported on a federal lawsuit filed by Rickmyer in federal court against this blog, a Minnesota Department of Corrections employee, and a host of others which was dismissed for, in summary, failure to state a claim...
Now word reaches me Rickmyer has filed an appeal (of course) in the case. I was expecting one of Rickmyer's long and tree-murdering manifestos, but I wasn't sure whether to be happy or disappointed when I saw the actual document.
Consisting of only two pages, it is little more than a "fill in the blank" pro forma attempt to keep the failed lawsuit on legal life support. Click here for that document.
I assume more pointless paper will be filed later. In the meantime, USA Today wrote a fine investigative piece about wanted criminals who have been (effectively) exported to other states, and nobody bothers to pick them up even though they have warrants, and they go on to commit other crimes.
See, pictured above, the local poster boy for this issue. More on this later, I hope.