post that reeks of cowardice, Aaron Worthing posted that he is afraid to come out of his anonymous closet because the plaintiff in the case against Seth Allen, whom Aaron Worthing now wishes to legally represent, is afraid that the plaintiff will hurt him. So instead of coming out of his fraudulent closet, he instead requested that Google not identify him to the plaintiff due to him being afraid of the plaintiff in the case.
He isn't afraid of the Muslim community whom he had been defiling with his Everyone Draw Mohammed website. No, in this case he is afraid of the plaintiff, and afraid to face him in open court. So he now claims he is going to file a motion to quash the subpoena to identify him based on his fear of the plaintiff. Yet he is going to cross file in the Seth Allen case and become Seth Allen's legal representative and defend him anonymously in open court. Hilarious if it wasn't so true. I have never heard of one civil case where an attorney was allowed to defend his client without naming to the court who he is or where he came from, or even if he is licensed to practice in the state he is attempting to practice in.
Aaron Worthing has made a number of tactical errors himself. One of which is that he has for a number of years misrepresented himself on the internet as an attorney named Aaron Worthing, which is not even his real name. He has written letters in support of his legal opinions to many a corporation and government body claiming he is an Attorney, and always signs off his letters, Aaron Worthing ESQ. According to Maryland Civil statutes, an Attorney who wishes to be granted a practice in a state in which he is not licensed must never have held himself out as a fraud or misrepresented himself or had any deceit attached to himself. Well, by his own words he has misrepresented himself for years as Aaron Worthing. And to this day continues to deceive people with various schemes and lies about the case now facing him.
Another such lie was that he claimed to file a 200 page response to the motion to identify him by sending it out to the court via UPS on Monday December 26 2011. However upon further examination UPS was found to be closed and all drivers were off for the Christmas holiday. When this was posted at his blog as a comment he deleted it claiming that UPS was in fact opened, when anyone with a phone can call UPS to find out that they were in fact closed for pickups that day. So he continues to lie his way to the top of the food chain when it comes to his legal filings.
He posted early last week that the plaintiff in the case would be disabused of the notion that he was a fake attorney by the very next day. Yet, when the next day happened Aaron Worthing claimed he hadn't had enough time to file his response, but it would be forthcoming very soon.
The day after that he claimed he was still feverishly working on his filings, yet nothing was filed. Then on Monday December 26 2011 he claimed he was posting his 200 page response on his own blog that very night. And of course nothing was ever posted.
Aaron Worthing is still a total fraud and liar. And as of today he now claims he won't be posting his case online nor his pleadings on his blog. And the excuse is he is too tired to post lol.
He now claims he had to remove the ability for people to post anonymously, saying that someone was spamming his blog and they should be ashamed of their post. Well, here is the so called spam post which he claimed was spam and shameful, which he then promptly deleted:
Another funny thing is that he has attempted a number of times to obtain counsel to defend him, and so far no takers. He tried to use Ken at Popehat.com to get him an attorney. They put out a bat signal for help and no one came to their rescue over it. They claimed they could only pay for gas but not legal fees. Yes, they have no money.. Hilarious...
Could it be that Aaron Worthing is just a fraudulent coward who doesn't wish to expose who he is or what he is to the world? Does Aaron Worthing have one bone in his body that doesn't spell out the word coward?
I think so...