Violation #1 – Judicial Misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans – Lack of Impartiality

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The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the judicial misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans:

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Violation #2 – Judicial Misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans – Ex Parte Communications

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The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the judicial misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans:

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Violation #1 – Judicial Misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans – Lack of Impartiality

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The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the judicial misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans:

1.    Judge Evans allowed Maid’s Attorneys to run wild and abuse the legal system in this case.  Judge Evans demonstrated pervasive bias throughout this proceeding.  Judge Evans has demonstrated a personal bias in favor of Maid and a prejudice against Alcatraz and me, in particular.  Judge Evans has withheld evidence from Alcatraz and me.  Judge Evans has not demonstrated the impartiality required of a judge.  To understand the gross professional misconduct of Judge Evans, see the Second Motion to Recuse filed June 4, 2009 and Dec #23 attached thereto [Evans Docket #406] and the Motion to Disqualify and Dec #23 and 32 attached thereto [Duffey Docket #17].

2.   VIOLATIONS BY JUDGE ORINDA D. EVANS — Lack of Impartiality.  I submit that this lack of impartiality is a violation of Canon 1 of the Code of Conduct for United States Judges; I submit that this lack of impartiality is a violation of Canon 2 and 2A. of the Code of Conduct for United States Judges; I submit that this lack of impartiality is a violation of Canon 3 and 3B.(5) of the Code of Conduct for United States Judges.  (Proof is provided in paragraphs above, the Second Motion to Recuse filed June 4, 2009 and Dec #23 attached thereto (Evans Docket #406) and the Motion to Disqualify and Dec #23 and 32 attached thereto (Duffey Docket #17) and throughout Dec #25.)

I have filed a Judicial Misconduct Complaint against Judge Orinda D. Evans with the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.  I previously filed a Judicial Misconduct Complaint against Judge Evans that was ignored.  I also have a lawsuit pending against Judge Orinda D. Evans for Fraud Upon the Court (Civil Action No. 1:09-CV-02027-WSD in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

 

Violation #2 – Professional Misconduct of Attorneys – Presenting False Evidence about Manoj Makharia

The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the professional misconduct of the attorneys involved:

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Violation #2 – Judicial Misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans – Ex Parte Communications

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The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the judicial misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans:

1.   I submit that it is possible that Judge Evans and/or a clerk for Judge Evans may have been improperly influenced in this case.  I believe it is possible that improper influence could be a criminal violation, though I have no proof.  This is only a suspicion of a possibility, and I have this suspicion because the behavior of Judge Evans in this matter makes no logical sense to me.

2.   The Time Slips of Maid’s Attorneys show that there was extensive ex parte communication between Maid’s Attorneys and Judge Evans and her staff.  While some of this may be permissible, the volume of ex parte contact certainly indicates that there was plenty of opportunity for Judge Evans to be improperly influenced.  There were conversations and communications between Judge Evans and Maid’s Attorneys that Judge Evans did not reveal to Alcatraz and me. (Exhibit #1 to Dec #23 – Evans Docket #406.)  [Evans Docket #253-8, 253-15, 253-10.]  (Exhibit #967 to Dec #25.)  (I submit that this is a violation of Rule 3.4 and 8.4 of the GCPC and Local Rule 83.1C.  I submit that this is a violation of Canon 3 of the Code of Conduct for United States Judges.)

3.   VIOLATIONS BY JUDGE ORINDA D. EVANS — I submit that this ex parte communication is a violation of Canon 3 of the Code of Conduct for United States Judges.  (Proof is provided in the paragraphs above, Evans Docket #253-8, 253-15, 253-10.)  (Dec #25, Exhibit #967.)

I have filed a Judicial Misconduct Complaint against Judge Orinda D. Evans with the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.  I previously filed a Judicial Misconduct Complaint against Judge Evans that was ignored.  I also have a lawsuit pending against Judge Orinda D. Evans for Fraud Upon the Court (Civil Action No. 1:09-CV-02027-WSD in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

 

Violation #3 – Professional Misconduct of Attorneys – Concealing Windsor’s Fax of July 28, 2005

The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the professional misconduct of the attorneys involved:

1.   July 27, 2005 — Just before midnight, I made the changes to the E-Ticket that Carlson requested Alcatraz make by July 28, 2005.  Proof of this can be seen in the E-Tickets for July 28, 2005, because every E-Ticket purchased that day showed this change to the E-Ticket.  (Exhibit 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

2.   Because Alcatraz had emphatically refused to make such a change to the Alcatraz E-Tickets previously, I believe Maid of the Mist felt like they would be able to use such a refusal to justify their wrongful termination of the contract.  They were very surprised when they discovered that Alcatraz had made the change.  They had to scramble, and that meant more lies.

3.   On July 28, 2005 at 10:28 am, I emailed Carlson, Glynn, Schul, and Bazzo to advise that the change had been made to the E-Ticket as requested in the July 19, 2005 letter.  “The change you requested was made last night: Maid of the Mist base ticket price is $13.00 Canadian for adults and $8.00 Canadian for children. There is an additional service charge added to the cost of these tickets, which was included in the price you agreed to pay on the web site.  We have shown the price in Canadian funds. We are converting our system so most of our Niagara Falls prices will be shown Canadian since we primarily deal with Canadian tour operators. We have sold 1,697 tickets for you thus far this year. Bill Windsor.”  (Exhibit #115 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

4.   July 28, 2005 — A copy of this changed E-Ticket was faxed to Carlson by me on July 28, 2005.  (Maid of the Mist never produced this fax.)  (Exhibit #117 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)  E-Tickets for July 28, 2005 customers prove that the change was made.  (Exhibit #252 and 610 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

5.    VIOLATIONS BY HAWKINS & PARNELL –“ Violation of Rule 3.4 of State Bar of Georgia Code of professional Conduct by concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005.  A lawyer shall not unlawfully obstruct another party’s access to evidence;shall not unlawfully alter, destroy or conceal a document or other material having potential evidentiary value;shall not counsel or assist another person to do any such act; shall ensure that evidence in a case is to be marshaled competitively; shall not disregard the rights of the opposing party or counsel. (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and citations therein, oral contract, and in Exhibits 115, 117, and 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

6.    VIOLATIONS BY HAWKINS & PARNELL — Violation of Rule 34 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by failing to produce Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Violation of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by signing false pleadings about document production and failing to produce Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C by concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice — concealing documents — concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Conspiracy To Defraud United States (Obstruct Justice) in concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005 in violation of 18 USC § 371; Fraud on the Courtin concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005 in violation of FRCP Rule 60(d)(3); Violation of Federal Civil RICO Act pursuant to 18 USC § 1964(c) and 18 USC § 1962(c) and 18 USC § 1962(d).  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and citations therein, oral contract, and in Exhibits 115, 117, and 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

7.    VIOLATIONS BY CARL HUGO ANDERSON — Violation of Rule 3.4 of State Bar of Georgia Code of Professional Conduct by concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005.  A lawyer shall not unlawfully obstruct another party’s access to evidence; shall not unlawfully alter, destroy or conceal a document or other material having potential evidentiary value;shall not counsel or assist another person to do any such act; shall ensure that evidence in a case is to be marshaled competitively; shall not disregard the rights of the opposing party or counsel. (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and citations therein, oral contract, and in Exhibits 115, 117, and 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

8.    VIOLATIONS BY CARL HUGO ANDERSON — Violation of Rule 34 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by failing to produce Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Violation of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by signing false pleadings about document production and failing to produce Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C by concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice — concealing documents — concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Conspiracy To Defraud United States (Obstruct Justice) in concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005 in violation of 18 USC § 371; Fraud on the Courtin concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005 in violation of FRCP Rule 60(d)(3); Violation of Federal Civil RICO Act pursuant to 18 USC § 1964(c) and 18 USC § 1962(c) and 18 USC § 1962(d).  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and citations therein, oral contract, and in Exhibits 115, 117, and 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

9.    VIOLATIONS BY PHILLIPS LYTLE — Violation of Rule 3.4 of State Bar of Georgia Code of Professional Conduct by concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005.  A lawyer shall not unlawfully obstruct another party’s access to evidence;shall not unlawfully alter, destroy or conceal a document or other material having potential evidentiary value;shall not counsel or assist another person to do any such act; shall ensure that evidence in a case is to be marshaled competitively; shall not disregard the rights of the opposing party or counsel. (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and citations therein, oral contract, and in Exhibits 115, 117, and 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

10.    VIOLATIONS BY PHILLIPS LYTLE — Violation of Rule 34 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by failing to produce Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Violation of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by signing false pleadings about document production and failing to produce Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C by concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice — concealing documents — concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Conspiracy To Defraud United States (Obstruct Justice) in concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005 in violation of 18 USC § 371; Fraud on the Court in concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005 in violation of FRCP Rule 60(d)(3); Violation of Federal Civil RICO Act pursuant to 18 USC § 1964(c) and 18 USC § 1962(c) and 18 USC § 1962(d).  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and citations therein, oral contract, and in Exhibits 115, 117, and 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

11.    VIOLATIONS BY MARC W. BROWN — Violation of Rule 3.4 of State Bar of Georgia Code of Professional Conduct by concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005.  A lawyer shall not unlawfully obstruct another party’s access to evidence;shall not unlawfully alter, destroy or conceal a document or other material having potential evidentiary value;shall not counsel or assist another person to do any such act; shall ensure that evidence in a case is to be marshaled competitively; shall not disregard the rights of the opposing party or counsel. (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and citations therein, oral contract, and in Exhibits 115, 117, and 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

12.    VIOLATIONS BY MARC W. BROWN — Violation of Rule 34 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by failing to produce Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Violation of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by signing false pleadings about document production and failing to produce Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C by concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice — concealing documents — concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Conspiracy To Defraud United States (Obstruct Justice) in concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005 in violation of 18 USC § 371; Fraud on the Courtin concealing Windsor’s fax of July 28, 2005 in violation of FRCP Rule 60(d)(3); Violation of Federal Civil RICO Act pursuant to 18 USC § 1964(c) and 18 USC § 1962(c) and 18 USC § 1962(d).  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and citations therein, oral contract, and in Exhibits 115, 117, and 252 to Dec #5 – Evans Docket #378.)

 

I have filed a Verified Complaint of Professional Misconduct against Carl Hugo Anderson, Hawkins Parnell Thackston Young, Sarah Bright, Brett Mendell, Phillips Lytle, Marc Brown, and Arthur P. Russ.  I have also filed a lawsuit against most of these attorneys for fraud upon the courts, RICO violations, and other violations in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia – Civil Action No. 1:09-CV-02027-WSD.  I am filing a complaint with the State Bar of Georgia and the New York State Bar Association.

 

Violation #4 – Professional Misconduct of Attorneys – Concealing Windsor’s Fax of August 10, 2005

The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the professional misconduct of the attorneys involved:  The proof of this violation is quite simple.  The Time Slips of Maid of the Mist’s Attorneys show that the attorneys received these documents.  The document productions from Maid of the Mist show that these requested documents were never produced.  These documents were damaging to them, so they concealed them. 

1.   On August 10, 2005, I decided to contact Maid of the Mist’s Attorney in Buffalo, New York, Mr. Arthur P. Russ.  I sent him a six page fax that included a credit card authorization for Maid of the Mist to use.  (Exhibit #3040 to Dec #25.)  (Exhibit 735 to Dec #5 — Evans Docket #378.)

2.    On August 10, 2005, Time Slips prove that Mr. Russ reviewed the fax from me.  [Evans Docket #253-15, P 1.]  Maid of the Mist never produced this fax, but this Time Slip shows that Maid of the Mist’s Attorneys had the fax.  The fax was important because it included the credit card authorization.  The fax is not included in the documents produced; I have placed all of Maid of the Mist’s document production into the record as evidence.  (Evans Docket #378 — Exhibit 178, 92, 266, 660, and 84 to Dec #5; Exhibit 1270 to Dec #25; and Exhibit S-1 to Schul Depo — Evans Docket #133 and 160.)  (Exhibit 3041 to Dec #25.)

3.    VIOLATIONS BY HAWKINS & PARNELL — Violation of FRCP Rule 37 by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.3 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 4.1 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice — concealing documents by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93. Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the citations therein;Exhibit #3040 to Dec #25; Evans Docket #378 — Exhibit 178, 92, 266, 660, and 84 to Dec #5; Exhibit 1270 to Dec #25; and Exhibit S-1 to Schul Depo — Evans Docket #133 and 160.)

4.    VIOLATIONS BY CARL HUGO ANDERSON — Violation of FRCP Rule 37 by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.3 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 4.1 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice — concealing documents by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93. Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the citations therein; Exhibit #3040 to Dec #25; Evans Docket #378 — Exhibit 178, 92, 266, 660, and 84 to Dec #5; Exhibit 1270 to Dec #25; and Exhibit S-1 to Schul Depo –“ Evans Docket #133 and 160.)

5.    VIOLATIONS BY PHILLIPS LYTLE — Violation of FRCP Rule 37 by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.3 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 4.1 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice — concealing documents by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93. Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the citations therein; Exhibit #3040 to Dec #25; Evans Docket #378 — Exhibit 178, 92, 266, 660, and 84 to Dec #5; Exhibit 1270 to Dec #25; and Exhibit S-1 to Schul Depo — Evans Docket #133 and 160.)

6.    VIOLATIONS BY MARC W. BROWN — Violation of FRCP Rule 37 by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.3 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 4.1 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice –“ concealing documents by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93. Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the citations therein; Exhibit #3040 to Dec #25; Evans Docket #378 — Exhibit 178, 92, 266, 660, and 84 to Dec #5; Exhibit 1270 to Dec #25; and Exhibit S-1 to Schul Depo — Evans Docket #133 and 160.)

7.    VIOLATIONS BY ARTHUR P. RUSS — Violation of FRCP Rule 37 by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Local Rule 83.1C; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.3 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 3.4 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Violation of Rule 4.1 of the GCPC by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005; Obstruction Of Justice –“ concealing documents by failing to produce the six-page fax that I sent to Mr. Arthur P. Russ on August 10, 2005, in violation of 18 USC § 1512(c) and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93. Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the citations therein; Exhibit #3040 to Dec #25; Evans Docket #378 — Exhibit 178, 92, 266, 660, and 84 to Dec #5; Exhibit 1270 to Dec #25; and Exhibit S-1 to Schul Depo — Evans Docket #133 and 160.)

 

I have filed a Verified Complaint of Professional Misconduct against Carl Hugo Anderson, Hawkins Parnell Thackston Young, Sarah Bright, Brett Mendell, Phillips Lytle, Marc Brown, and Arthur P. Russ.  I have also filed a lawsuit against most of these attorneys for fraud upon the courts, RICO violations, and other violations in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia – Civil Action No. 1:09-CV-02027-WSD.  I am filing a complaint with the State Bar of Georgia and the New York State Bar Association.

 

Violation #5 – Professional Misconduct of Attorneys – Counseled Client to Engage in Criminal Conduct

The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the professional misconduct of the attorneys involved:  The proof of this violation is found in the deposition testimony of Maid of the Mist’s managers who admitted that much of what was in the Verified Complaint drated by Marc W. Brown of Phillips Lytle was false and was not the personal knowledge of anyone, much less the President who signed the verification saying it was on his “personal knowledge.”  Exhibit 1 to Windsor Declaration #3 – Motion to Reopen the Case — Each of the false statements is listed with the proof that it is false shown beneath with citations to the record.

1.    On August 17, 2005, Time Slips show that Mr. Marc Brown (“Mr. Brown”) of Phillips Lytle became involved in this matter.  He asked Mr. Anderson what should be in Glynn’s affidavit for the lawsuit.  Mr. Brown then outlined the affidavit and drafted the affidavit. [Evans Docket #253-15, P 2.]  This establishes that both Mr. Brown and Mr. Anderson are guilty of preparing the false sworn affidavit.  Mr. Russ was also involved.  One of the most basic things that all attorneys must know is what “personal knowledge” means.  Very little of what Mr. Brown and Mr. Anderson drafted for Glynn was within his personal knowledge.  These attorneys knew he did not have the personal knowledge of the various false claims that they wrote for him.  Glynn, Schul, and Ruddy all testified that statements made by Glynn in this affidavit were false.

2.    VIOLATIONS BY HAWKINS & PARNELL — Violation of Rule 1.2(D) of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not counsel to engage in conduct that the lawyer knows is criminal or fraudulent; shall not knowingly assist a client in such conduct; Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice — influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.)

3.    VIOLATIONS BY CARL HUGO ANDERSON — Violation of Rule 1.2(D) of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not counsel to engage in conduct that the lawyer knows is criminal or fraudulent; shall not knowingly assist a client in such conduct; Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice — influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.)

4.    VIOLATIONS BY PHILLIPS LYTLE — Violation of Rule 1.2(D) of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not counsel to engage in conduct that the lawyer knows is criminal or fraudulent; shall not knowingly assist a client in such conduct; Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice — influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.)

5.    VIOLATIONS BY MARC W. BROWN — Violation of Rule 1.2(D) of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not counsel to engage in conduct that the lawyer knows is criminal or fraudulent; shall not knowingly assist a client in such conduct; Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice — influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.)

6.    VIOLATIONS BY ARTHUR P. RUSS — Violation of Rule 1.2(D) of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not counsel to engage in conduct that the lawyer knows is criminal or fraudulent; shall not knowingly assist a client in such conduct; Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice — influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — A lawyer shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.)

 

I have filed a Verified Complaint of Professional Misconduct against Carl Hugo Anderson, Hawkins Parnell Thackston Young, Sarah Bright, Brett Mendell, Phillips Lytle, Marc Brown, and Arthur P. Russ.  I have also filed a lawsuit against most of these attorneys for fraud upon the courts, RICO violations, and other violations in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia – Civil Action No. 1:09-CV-02027-WSD.  I am filing a complaint with the State Bar of Georgia and the New York State Bar Association.

 

Where is the Media Coverage? Nowhere!

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Last week, I sent an email with information about this corruption to every major newspaper in the country, the television and radio networks, the local Atlanta media, major online media, and assorted others.  Hundreds of emails.

Guess how many responded.

Not a single solitary one.

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Violation #6 – Professional Misconduct of Attorneys – Subornation of Perjury

The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the professional misconduct of the attorneys involved:  The proof of this violation is found in the deposition testimony of Maid of the Mist’s managers who admitted they had no proof of this and in the Time Slips of Maid of the Mist’s Attorneys.

1.   On August 21, 2005, Time Slips show that Mr. Brown reviewed other emails from Alcatraz.  Mr. Brown added a complaint to the Better Business Bureau from a Mr. Scott McGrew to the Glynn Affidavit as a means for injunctive relief.  However, Alcatraz had nothing to do with Scott McGrew, and there was nothing whatsoever to indicate that Glynn had personal knowledge that this applied to Alcatraz.  McGrew was a Maid of the Mist customer who complained about poor service from Maid of the Mist.  Alcatraz has never had a customer named Scott McGrew, and Alcatraz was not involved with Scott McGrew.  This sworn complaint was obviously not researched in the slightest, and the inclusion of this false claim is a clear violation of many legal obligations of attorneys.  This false claim was part of the scheme that Maid of the Mist and Maid of the Mist’s Attorneys concocted to commit fraud on the Defendants.  (This is a violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC and Local Rule 83.1C.  Getting Glynn to claim he had personal knowledge of this also constitutes subornation of perjury and obstruction of justice.)   [Evans Docket #253-15, P 2.]  (Exhibit #927 to Dec #25, P 2.)

2.    VIOLATIONS BY HAWKINS & PARNELL — Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice — influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — Shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.)

3.    VIOLATIONS BY CARL HUGO ANDERSON –“ Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice – influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — Shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.)

4.    VIOLATIONS BY PHILLIPS LYTLE — Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice — influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — Shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.)

5.    VIOLATIONS BY MARC W. BROWN — Conspiracy to Commit Fraud; Subornation of Perjury in violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, USC 18 § 1622, O.C.G.A. 16-10-72, and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Obstruction Of Justice — influencing testimony in violation of 18 USC § 1512(b); Violation of Local Rule 83.1C — All lawyers practicing before this court shall be governed by and shall comply with the specific rules of practice adopted by this court and, unless otherwise provided, with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct contained in the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia and with the decisions of this court interpreting these rules and standards; Violation of Rule 8.4 of the GCPC — Shall not violate or attempt to violate the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; shall not engage in professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.  (Proof is provided in the paragraph above and the exhibits cited therein, oral contract, Evans Docket #253-15, Evans Docket #90 and 132 — Ruddy Depo testimony, Evans Docket #159 — Glynn Depo testimony, Evans Docket #133 and 160 — Schul Depo testimony, Docket #377 — Exhibits 1 to 28 in Amended Dec #3 and all citations therein.) 

 

I have filed a Verified Complaint of Professional Misconduct against Carl Hugo Anderson, Hawkins Parnell Thackston Young, Sarah Bright, Brett Mendell, Phillips Lytle, Marc Brown, and Arthur P. Russ.  I have also filed a lawsuit against most of these attorneys for fraud upon the courts, RICO violations, and other violations in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia – Civil Action No. 1:09-CV-02027-WSD.  I am filing a complaint with the State Bar of Georgia and the New York State Bar Association.