The Southern California Appellate News has quoted Justice McKinster as looking forward to having his cases taken by the Supreme Court:
“It’s kind of fun to have a puck in play. …[I]t’s exhilarating and an adrenaline rush.”
The sentiment explains the cat and mouse games of the Court of Appeal and the refusal to abide by the law as they are hoping for an adrenaline rush.
As anyone who knows anything about the law is aware of, the Supreme Court rarely takes any cases. Some of us are also aware of how the Court of Appeal deliberately and maliciously sabotages cases in a truly vicious game.
The justices like to play games with litigants. They don’t consider us as people nor our children. We are mere pawns in their desire to achieve an exhilarating adrenaline rush, while our lives are ruined, and the lives of our children. The joy of being deviously jaded and reading events on paper of course means that you are not personally touched by said events, nor are your children. It’s more meaningful to render havoc and chaos to harm parents and their children so that a justice can obtain an exhilarating adrenaline rush. Perhaps Justice McKinster should take up sky diving to obtain the adrenaline rush that is desired.