Hey, remember Kevin Trudeau, the guy convicted of fraud, the larcenous liar who mercilessly (literally) plugs away on informercials to sell his books like Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You to Know About, books that tell people to turn away from real medicine so they can die of cancer if they follow his quackery?
Yeah, that sweetheart.
Well, he's at it again. He just doesn't think that his reputation can get any lower, despite being able to comfortably limbo underneath a mosquito's belly with room to spare. Trudeau recently urged his minions to send protesting emails and text messages to federal judge Robert Gettleman -- the hero who raised a fine against Trudeau from $5 million to $37 million, to better match the money Trudeau defrauded out of people for his books. Gettleman is currently working on potentially revising his order after an appellate court found his ruling too broad.
I can't imagine Trudeau's actions will help his case any.
And, oddly enough, Gettleman doesn't think so either. Especially since some of the notes were threatening. Seriously folks, how stupid must you be to send threatening emails to a frakking federal judge?
Well, they are loyal to Trudeau, so I guess that answers that.
Anyway, Gettleman had Trudeau hauled into court yesterday, where he slapped the fraudulent huckster with a contempt of court charge:
Gettleman ordered Trudeau to turn over his passport, pay $50,000 bond and warned he could face future prison time.
Gettleman, on his own authority, can sentence Trudeau to up to six months in prison. In addition, the judge referred the matter and the emails to the U.S. Marshals Service, which investigates threats to judiciary.
It would certainly be interesting indeed if Trudeau were thrown in jail for the rest of his life, with the added rule that he is not allowed to sell any wares whatsoever in books, magazines, on TV, radio, or any and all future media. If you think that's too harsh, then maybe you need to familiarize yourself with Trudeau's past antics. Some purveyors of alt-med quackery may be honest in their beliefs, but if you read Trudeau's history you may find yourself being just a wee bit skeptical of his pure motivations.
I love seeing justice being served in cases like this. I really hope judge Gettleman throws the book at Trudeau... and that's something Trudeau really doesn't want you to know.
Tip o' the coral calcium to BABLoggeee Chris Babarskas.