So it seems that Bryan’s attorneys are communicating with him again. A little while ago, his attorneys convinced him to make a public confession admitting to workers compensation fraud and asking the FBI to come arrest him. It seemed like a last ditch effort by his attorneys to get him help – at least that’s how I saw it.
Pretty much after that they stopped corresponding with him and Bryan complained about how they weren’t returning calls or emails.
Bryan’s return to Ecuador seems to be instigated at least in part by his attorneys resuming communication with Bryan. Perhaps it was simply a matter of Bryan resuming payment to them again.
Bryan mentions in recent Facebook posts and YouTube videos that his attorneys are now at least partly involved in coordinating medical care:
He also mentions that he will be filing a class action lawsuit against the United States Government. Not so much for the supposed mind control, which he admits he cannot prove, but for the supposed organized stalking, which he claims is easily provable and winnable in court.
Previously Bryan said that lawsuits are unwinnable because the government would simply mind control the judge and jury so it is not clear why he thinks his latest attempt would suddenly be successful. Consistency of logic is not one of Bryan’s traits.
Bryan arrogantly declares that he has a right to control who can join the class (I don’t think class actions work that way, but I digress), saying that if your story is not credible enough (laughter), he’ll veto your participation.
He mentions a list of people who he has invited, the list including such people as Edward Snowden (who has never claimed to be a TI), Not-a-Dr. Robert Duncan, and Nazi sympathizer Jeff Rense.
It’s not really clear what evidence Bryan would produce or what kind of relief he would seek from the court. I certainly don’t think the schizophrenic ramblings of a man who has a long paper trail documenting mental illness is going to cut it with the court.
I don’t know what to think of his attorneys either, it seems to me that taking large sums of money from someone who is clearly mentally ill to pursue frivolous and unwinnable legal challenges is highly unethical, but I will admit that I am neither trained in law or ethics.
It’s one thing to take on a impossible case from someone of sound mind, it’s another thing to do so of someone of unsound mind.