According to the court’s ruling, Thompson was permanently disbarred and the decision is to take effect in 30 days, so the former attorney would be able to deal with his current clients (if there were any left).

Thompson can still file for a rehearing motion, but only if he find a member of the Florida Bar who’s willing to sign that filing (so now we know who’s the star in the next Mission Impossible movie).

In the mean time, Thompson is eager to fight the judicial system once again. Or so he claims in a rather odd press release:

“This past Friday Thompson filed a federal civil rights action against The Bar, the Supreme Court, and all seven of its Justices. This rush to disbarment is in retribution for the filing of that federal suit. With enemies this foolish, Thompson needs only the loyal friends he has. […]

Thompson always wanted to own a Bar. Now, armed with multiple US Supreme Court rulings that no state bar can do what it has done to Thompson, he is set to own that Bar.”

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