A former in-law once famously declared that he was the protagonist of the song called "The Last Time I Saw Richard," written by Joni Mitchell. While he was named Richard, it is doubtful that the remainder of the claim was true. I mention this anecdote only because the story which follows might be construed to be similarly unlikely - but I assure you, it actually appears on paper, and is a matter of public record, which is filed in the Connecticut Superior Court. So, as my boyfriend humorist extraordinaire Dave Barry is wont to exclaim, I am not making this up,
Delusions, Psychosis And Life's Other Enjoyments
The Connecticut Law Tribune
December 26, 2011
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