Man sues the State of California after getting attacked by deer

Deer illustration 
By: Sarah Weiss 

He thinks that the government is at fault for everything that happens.

A man sued the California Department of Fish and Game, alleging "mismanagement" after a wild deer attacked him, according to court documents.

Thadeusz Wyrzykowski of Bolinas, said in his court filing that he suffered hand injuries after falling into a window because a deer jumped into his fenced yard last spring and "attacked me twice in a narrow way."

Asking for unspecified damages, he wrote in his presentation that the wildlife department was "negligent and mismanaged their animal and duties."

A conference for the court case was scheduled in Superior Court of Marin.

Wyrzykowski filed another handwritten lawsuit in federal court last year against the Marin County Office of Assessor-Recorder on county efforts to collect back taxes on his property, which is described as an "ambassador of independent dignity" and "speaker, specialist, artist."

Deputy County Counsel Edward Kiernan called the lawsuit "without sense, irrelevant" and "legally meaningless and senseless."
That lawsuit was eventually dismissed.