Mr. Hendrix is in a Colorado prison, but he's also a Dallas Cowboys fan, and, like the rest of Cowboy Nation, was upset with a controversial call that went against Dallas in the NFC Divisional Playoff against Green Bay nearly 2 weeks ago. You know the one, where Dez Bryant was denied a catch, just because, according to the NFL's current rulebook, he "didn't complete the process of a catch".
Hendrix, apparently speaking for Cowboys fans everywhere, filed a lawsuit on Thursday for $88 billion dollars, naming referee Gene Steratore, Director of Officiating Dean Blandino, and others, but, let's face it, this is the most frivolous suit ever filed. There is just no way Hendrix wins this case, claiming some sort of "injury" was done to the Cowboys. The only "injury" is that they were denied a spot in the NFC title game, ultimately won by Seattle.
Hey, all this guy's doing is getting his 15 minutes of fame, or infamy, take your pick, but if it wasn't for the newest scandal surrounding the AFC champion Patriots, this probably would've gotten more play than it has. Just the same, the cause Hendrix supports is a lost one. Small wonder, then, that he gets the Dunce Cap this week.