Attny submitted a false sworn declaration with two sentences in the last paragraph, above his oath, that stated I sued a company, and that a "release" contract resulted from me suing the company -both absolute complete lies.....This was not a typo, there were three sentences between the two false sentences. I stated it to the Court, and the Judge asked him what he had to say and he said "NOTHING", CAN JUDGES ALLOW THIS ABUSE OF THE COURT to go unchecked?NEVER SUED Co.! a FORGED "release" contract that this attorney FINALLY admits he does not have!!! He and multiple Attnys5 grabbed my fraud exhibit, created from his law partners email to me outside&B4court proceedings, a fraud exhibit I altered and had 4 pages of fraud allegations on it, he attested it true!!! never met the guy in my life! Never sued ANYONE!Tried to inspect a share registry for the shares issued to me of a company started in my home and a pack of attornies I was told worked for the company, instead tried to get me to execute "releases" for shares that were due me! I wrote all over papers voiding them and yelled at attornies w/my witness-NOW they "lost" their supposed "contract when there never was a court case!
It's a judge's duty to rule on the law, and,in a bench trial, the facts.
They hate emotional display. You'll do yourself no favors with indignation.
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