Aug 14, 2014 ... Dale Maisano files thousands upon thousands of lawsuits, mostly complaining about the food.
Mar 20, 2015 ... The prison conditions docket jumped 29.2 percent last year, largely because of Dale Maisano.
While some spend time playing cards, watching TV or working out, 61-year-old Dale Maisano uses a copious amount of his free time filing lawsuits. The litigious lawbreaker recently filed his 368th lawsuit – this time because he claimed bad prison food gave him a stomach ache. It must have been one whopper of a belly ...
Oct 21, 2017 ... TUCSON — Dale Maisano doesn't keep track of all the lawsuits he's filed in Arizona's courts.
Jul 11, 2015 ... Dale Maisano, who started serving a 15-year prison term for aggravated assault in 2006, has flooded U.S. District Court in Tucson with lawsuits, to the tune of nearly 3,000 last year. Most, if not all of them, are handwritten. He alone is responsible for a nearly fourfold increase in civil cases since 2012.
Sep 30, 2015 ... More than three-fourths of civil cases filed in the busy Tucson, Ariz., federal court in 2014--nearly 3,000 in a courthouse open only about 250 days a year--were filed by one man, a prisoner named Dale Maisano, who was expressing disappointment with his health care as he serves his 15-year term for ...
Nov 12, 2017 ... What can I do to make a lasting impression on Arizona and the Department of Justice? Let's end my current mission on a big upbeat. I'm close to all races, I'm a go-to person. Let's make a change. Dale Maisano Tucson, Ariz. ***. I'm currently serving my 19th straight year in the Canadian penitentiary system.
Dec 22, 2013 ... Take, for example, Dale Frank Maisano. The inmate of the Arizona State Prison Complex in Tucson sued the prison for giving him a “non-medical diet” that resulted in “cramps which caused the plaintiff to lose sleep”. The amount of damages he was seeking? One trillion dollars. You might want to dial that ...
Take, for example, Dale Frank Maisano. The inmate of the Arizona State Prison Complex in Tucson sued the prison for giving him a “non-medical diet” that resulted in “cramps which caused the plaintiff to lose sleep”. The amount of damages he was seeking? One trillion dollars. You might want to dial that back a notch Dale.