socialist kidnapper sues his hostages for not hiding him from police

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  1. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010

    Jesse Dimmick is suing the couple he was convicted of kidnapping while on the run from police.

    Dimmick contends in the breach of contract suit seeking $235,000 that after he entered Jared and Lindsay Rowley’s house in 2009, they reached a legally binding, oral contract that they would hide him for an unspecified amount of money.

    “Later, the Rowleys reneged on said oral contract, resulting in my being shot in the back by authorities,” Dimmick wrote in a notarized legal document indicating he was filing the counterclaim in response to a suit against Dimmick that the Rowleys filed in September.

    Dimmick personally — in longhand — wrote the document, which was filed Oct. 21 in Shawnee County District Court.

    He wrote: “As a result of the plaintiffs breech (sic) of contract, I, the defendant suffered a gunshot to my back, which almost killed me. The hospital bills alone are in excess of $160,000, which I have no way to pay.”

    The Rowleys sought this month to have the suit dismissed, saying they never accepted Dimmick’s offer of money and — if they had — their consent would have been given under duress. District Judge Franklin Theis has yet to rule on their motion for dismissal.

    Dimmick, a fugitive facing a murder charge in Colorado, was leading authorities on a vehicle chase on the morning of Sept. 12, 2009, when law enforcement stop sticks punctured the tires of the stolen van he was driving. The van came to a halt in the front yard in southwest Shawnee County’s Dover community of the home of the Rowleys, who were newlyweds.

    The Rowleys said Dimmick entered their home and confronted them at knifepoint. A neighbor told The Topeka Capital-Journal in September 2009 that the couple gained his trust by eating Cheetos and drinking Dr Pepper with him while watching the movie “Patch Adams.”

    The couple fled the house after Dimmick fell asleep. Police said they entered and ordered Dimmick onto his stomach before a Topeka police officer’s rifle accidentally discharged, striking Dimmick in the back.

    Dimmick was convicted in May 2010 in Shawnee County District Court of four felonies, including two counts of kidnapping. He was sentenced to 10 years and 11 months in prison. Dimmick is currently being held in the Adams County Detention Center in Brighton, Colo., on a murder charge linked to the September 2009 killing there of Michael Curtis.

    Dimmick filed a civil suit against the city of Topeka in September 2010 seeking damages in excess of $75,000, including medical expenses. A pretrial hearing in the suit is set for Dec. 6.

    Attorney Robert E. Keeshan filed a lawsuit last September on behalf of the Rowleys against Dimmick seeking damages in excess of $75,000 and contending he committed the torts of trespass, intrusion upon seclusion and negligent infliction of emotional distress.

    Dimmick filed a response Oct. 21 seeking to have the Rowleys’ claim dismissed and stating a counterclaim for breach of contract seeking $160,000 to cover hospital bills and $75,000 for pain and suffering.

    Dimmick’s response said he was representing himself “without the aid of proffessional (sic) legal counsel.”

    He wrote that after he entered the Rowleys’ home, “I told them that I was being pursuid (sic) by a person, or persons, who appeared to be police officers, who were trying to kill me.”

    He added: “I, the defendant, asked the Rowleys to hide me because I feared for my life. I offered the Rowleys an unspecified amount of money which they agreed upon, therefore forging a legally binding oral contract.”

    Dimmick’s response said he never brandished a knife or any other type of weapon to try to force the Rowleys to hide him or agree to a contract.

    Keeshan filed an answer to Dimmick’s counterclaim on behalf of the Rowleys Oct. 27, then filed a motion to dismiss the counterclaim Nov. 4.

    Keeshan wrote in the motion that if the Rowleys had agreed to an oral contract — which they deny — it wouldn’t have been legally binding because no specific dollar amount was given.

    “In order for parties to form a binding contract, there must be a meeting of the minds on all essential terms, including and most specifically, an agreement on the price,” he wrote.

    Keeshan added that if the Rowleys had agreed to the contract, that agreement wouldn’t have been legally binding because their consent would have been given under duress.

    He wrote, “The Rowleys believed he had a gun and knew that he had a knife.”

    Keeshan also wrote there could be no legal contract because the Rowleys were asked to hide a fugitive, which is illegal.

  2. H-D

    H-D Active Member

    Jun 20, 2011

  3. HunterAlpha1

    HunterAlpha1 Former Guest

    Aug 8, 2011
    Yorktown, VA
    why didn't the cops try again?:confused:

    i'm surprised he's not suing the company that made the gun instead, or the officer who shot him.
  4. HunterAlpha1

    HunterAlpha1 Former Guest

    Aug 8, 2011
    Yorktown, VA
    or the company that made the van that FORCED him to steal it, or the person who made him angry enough to murder them to begin with:rolleyes:
  5. hkruss

    hkruss Active Member

    Mar 13, 2008
    Mobile, Al.
    Hopefully, it will be thrown out.

    The nerve of this lowlife!

  6. gad1111

    gad1111 Member

    Nov 25, 2009
    Swanton, Ohio
    If this lawsuit isn't thrown out asap it's another sign of our legal system going down the drain
  7. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Well-Known Member

    Feb 23, 2009
    SW Fort Worth
    Why did the bullet have to miss his spinal cord or brain???? Idiots like this deserve to be dead. While I have some issue with myself wishing people dead and trying to keep God's views in mind about forgiveness and also an eye for an eye ( we are talking about a murderer here); there's no part of me that is glad he survived the gunshot.
  8. dons2346

    dons2346 Well-Known Member

    Sad part is, the idiot will probably win.
  9. terryu1

    terryu1 Armed Infidel

    Oct 16, 2009
    NE Pennsylvania
    Ha , yes or suing them for not putting a big enough motor in it so he could elude police and thus bodily harm LMAO.
  10. armoredman

    armoredman Active Member

    Oh, this guy is going to be FUN on a yard! He'll want a STACK of kites when he hits prison, (hint, "kite" is slang for inmate letters", as in "go fly a"), and he'll be the first one filing the grievances over prison peanut butter. :D
  11. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

    Dec 16, 2008
    This is not a contract. A contract to evade the law or to do anything that is unlawful is never enforcable. It's like saying you have a contract for someone to drive a get away car after you rob a bank. Well the ddriver leaves the robbery leaving the bank robber in the cold. Its not a contract. Stupid that an attourney would listen to this dope.
  12. Kevin Rohrer

    Kevin Rohrer Active Member Supporting Member

    Apr 9, 2010
    Medina, Ohio
    Agreements made under duress aren't binding. The ambulance chaser who took this is looking for an insurance company handout.
  13. majortoo

    majortoo New Member

    Nov 28, 2011
    I just think it is a shame that the police who shot him were not equipped with more effective weapons, or perhaps they just needed more training....
  14. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    yeah gun control = how to ensure a clean kill every time ..
  15. Kevin Rohrer

    Kevin Rohrer Active Member Supporting Member

    Apr 9, 2010
    Medina, Ohio
    Unfortunately, most handguns are by design not meant to kill, especially with police ammunition. Thank God most of us now carry rifles in our cruisers. ;)
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