NANAIMO, British Columbia, Dec. 5 (UPI) -- A Canadian judge has thrown out a lawsuit by a British Columbia man who says various software companies and police invaded his brain.
The lawsuit seeking $2 billion was filed three weeks ago by Jerry Rose in the city of Nanaimo. It names software companies Google and Microsoft, communications company Telus and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as being responsible for invading his brain and manipulating his thoughts, The Province newspaper in Vancouver reported.
Justice Fraser Wilson initially refused to dismiss the case, but ruled Thursday the allegations were "wild speculation" and "bound to fail," the report said.
In addition to the monetary damages, the lawsuit demanded a red 2007 Ferrari, a black 2009 Lamborghini, two 2008 V-Rod Harley Davidson motorcycles, two 2008 Honda dirt bikes and a 2009 black Dodge pickup truck, the report said.