Clearly you've never been involved in a lawsuit.
- The evidence is in TOG's hands, and could get "lost" on the way to court. Since Hussie is the plaintif, the onus of proof is on him, and judge would have to dismiss.
- TOG can (and would) drag out the lawsuit to force Hussie to spend more and more. Some lawsuits can last 5+ years, and there's a chance the judge won't award legal fees to the plaintif. What happens often is one party or the other goes bankrupt from legal fees, and then nobody gets the money (except the lawyers).
If you expected justice from the American justice system for civil cases, I have some very bad news for you.
I've been through this myself: a client didn't pay me for work, owed me $2,000. So I took them to court. I had to pay another $2,000 to a lawyer just before I could get before a judge, and in a prelim meeting, the defendant's lawyer said he was counter-suing for $23,000 in damages. The judge said it's no longer a small-claims court affair, and had to be bumped to a higher court, which means I had to start all over. The judge said to me (because the defendant didn't bother to show up, it was just his lawyer) "You are going to spend another ten thousand dollars in legal fees before you see the next judge. The only people who profit from this are these two," and he pointed with both arms at the lawyers. Neither of them bothered to look ashamed.
Did my ex-client rip me off? Yes. Did my ex-client lie to a judge? Yes, I even saw the faked evidence. Could I have worn the court case? Maybe, it was my receipts and my word against their forgeries. Would it have fucking ruined me to attempt it? Absolutely, and it would've taken at least three years to resolve.