One of the things I couldn’t write about when I was still at AINN, because of his pending legal action against the group, was that Larry Klayman is flat broke. He was reprimanded by a court in Florida after taking $25,000 from a woman and then not doing anything for her as her attorney, and he pleaded poverty:
I have and have had very little funds, as my financial situation continues to be dire. I do not own any investments or retirement plans and just have a few pieces of jewelry and clothing, a television, a radio, a bed and clothing and shoes. I rent my apartment. The jewelry is a watch which is of negligible value, and consists of a watch and a ring valued currently under $200.00.
Which explains why he keeps filing frivolous lawsuits seeking millions in damages that have no prayer of leading to anything but dismissal — or being sanctioned by the courts again. But it appears that Alan Keyes may be broke too. He’s being sued by a printer who says his spiderweb of political organizations owes more than $70,000.
A printing company claims groups led by conservative activist Alan Keyes, including the Border Fence Project, In Jesus’ Name and the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, owe it more than $71,000 for printing jobs.
MDI Imaging & Mail sued Declaration Alliance, which is composed of Keyes’ political action committees, in Loudoun County Court.
The Dulles, Va.-based printer claims the groups submitted several purchase orders through an agent, but have “made only minor payments.”
MDI claims the Declaration Alliance, aka The Declaration Foundation aka Border Fence Project aka In Jesus’ Name aka Alan Keyes for President aka Minuteman Civil Defense Corps aka Minuteman Political Action Committee owes it $71,600.02 for 15 printing jobs.
That’s a lot of “akas.” Too bad none of them pay their bills.