“People have got to talk themselves into law and order before they do anything about it…” – Gary Cooper, High Noon
By Pat Shannan
In 1952, Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly starred in a Hollywood Classic where a single man faced a returning deadly group of criminals at High Noon and the whole town turned its back and refused to help.
At noon this Tuesday, 2/25/14, following fourteen years of frustrating litigation where evidence was never allowed to be presented publicly, two members of a group of judicial criminals involved in statewide public corruption are scheduled to face off with their protagonist in a court of law in Richland County Courthouse in Columbia, South Carolina.
But the indefatigable plaintiff, Jim Spencer, can never be sure just what “legal” sidetrack avenue of avoidance these legal manipulators will take next. Any mob that would kidnap a man’s 90 year-old mother and secret her in a state facility as ransom until he dropped his lawsuit cannot be predicted.