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08/04/2006

Attorney claims inability to serve Westboro; various waiters claim sheer non-desire to do same

by Jeremy Hooper

Responding to an attorney's claims that he's tried to serve a lawsuit to Westboro Baptist twenty-seven times without success, WBC's Shirley-Phelps Roper is quoted by the AP as saying:

"If there is a person who is trying to serve us in this community, unless they're lazy, there is no reason why they shouldn't have been able to serve us," Phelps-Roper said. "Hello! Do you need a road map?"

And she is sort of right, as it's not like the Westboro folks are really in hiding. But we don't understand why the attorney hasn't taken the one surefire route to grabbing Westboro's attention, which would be having the lawsuit say something like...

Papers

...and then killing it.

Lawyer: Church known for anti-gay protests dodging lawsuit server [AP via PhillyBurbs.com]

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