Here's the court filing from a Jehovah's witness who's suing Google for $10bn. (You're welcome!)

By Paul Bradley Carr , written on July 7, 2014

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How was your 4th July weekend?

Let me ask that a different way: Were you sued for ten billion dollars for closing down a Korean Jehovah's Witness' email account "many times" thus depriving them of "the invaluable of religious freedom of Jehovah's witnesses on smart phone for a long time that legally established in the Supreme Court of the United States in the past?"

No? Then you had a better weekend than Google.

A bankruptcy suit, filed below by Seungjin Kim in Washington DC, claims $10bn in damages from Google Inc after the search giant allegedly closed several of Kim's Google accounts for reasons unspecified.

Of course there's literally zero chance this case goes anywhere (although with their current market cap of $397.21B, Google could throw Kim a couple of bill without breaking a sweat) but that doesn't mean you shouldn't kick off your week by reading the absolutely stunning complaint in full...

Happy Monday!

Google ten billion dollar suit