When the very first thing you see under the date, header, and plaintiffs'/defendants' names on complaint papers is an underlined "To F--- This Court and Everything that it Stands For" mission statement, you know it's probably going to be a wild read. That's how Tamah Jada Clark kicked off a nine-page manifesto she submitted to a Georgia judge after he dismissed her lawsuit—and it only got better from there, per WTSP. The expletive-heavy rant to "insurgent" US District Judge Willis B. Hunt Jr. penned by the self-identified "Floridian-American" goes on to call him an "old, IMPOTENT geezer" (emphasis hers), "a joke," and (we presume sarcastically) "you genius," in addition to some other probably-better-if-we-don't-mention-them terms.
The story begins in 2010, when Clark was arrested on charges of attempting to bust her child's father out of jail, per Raw Story. After claiming her civil rights were violated and suing because of it, she said the court then proceeded to ignore her and side with the individuals she sued. She does understand why the court did what it did: "I am well aware that the court has not spoken to me because it cannot defeat my legal arguments—so it runs and cowers like a panic-stricken hoe that has stolen money from her back-handing pimp," she writes in her message to Hunt. She makes clear to him that "when I told you I AM Justice —I meant it," though Mediaite notes she may have taken her patriotic vigilantism too far with the very last word of her missive: "Die." (Read Clark's entire complaint.)