Ganfer: Banannas Bonnano?
If conflict of interest was not enough.... - Ganfer liable for Bonnano fraudulent subpoena? - MORE
Attorney Oath and Penalties -

As a general rule, attorneys are more trusted than mortal men.

They scoot by courtroom scanners with the wave of an ID. You or I would be arrested.

To get such a special place in the judicial system, a lawyer must, generally, pass a bar examination, and, they must swear an oath.

Swearing an oath subjects them to penalties if they so much as attempt to mislead the court or any party. Attorneys have wide latitude on the arguments they make as advocates, but they have no latitude, whatsoever, with the facts.

Avery Mehlman : A Lying Lawyer
How many flat out lies will Avery S. Mehlman of Herrick and Feinstein commit for Greystone - Seems like a coverup of forgery by Jeffrey Simpson of Greystone - MORE
Avery Mehlman is a lawyer who lies and doubles down when caught in a lie. -

Former Kings County ADA seems to have forgotten all those don't commit perjury, don't misrepresent things to the court and don't violate due process tenets of being a lawyer.

Maybe that's what being a lawyer means nowadays.  We feel sorry for those this cretin convicted as an ADA.

Read on to see the tricks of the trade employed by Avery S. Mehlman and, by extension, Herrick and Feinstein.

We wonder how long they can keep this rotten fish around.

Maybe he needs to hit an actual dozen lies in one case?

Let's see what lies Avery makes ....

Kyle Taylor : Lying Lawyer
Get caught in filing a false instrument? Run off to Canada - Kyle has fallen from QUINN EMMANUEL to AFFLECK GREENE MCMURTRY LLP. Here is why... - MORE
Judge lets fraud slide? -

Did Judge Francois Rivera do a professional courtesy to let fraud slide?

He only had to read one page left out of 40+/- page document filed by plaintiff and attorney Kyle Taylor, Esq. (employed by Quinn Emmanuel / Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP)


to find that the attorney committed a fraud upon the court and why did the judge refuse to address the fraud allegation leading to an estimated $1,000,000 in legal fees and at least 40 hours of judge facetime in hearings on the case? What could the court have done with 40 hours of court time and untolled hours of reading papers and crafting decisions designed to avoid clear cut issues?

KCDA-Fraud-FU-2016-02-09

UPDATE: Kyle Taylor, Esq., a longstanding Associate at bad-ass law firm Quinn Emmanuel, has decamped north of the border to be an entry level associate at Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP.

http://www.agmlawyers.com/team-ktaylor.php

Lying Lawyer : Joanna Peck
Acting before swearing out required oath is really bad. - Joanna Peck of Adam Leitman Bailey took action as Inspector of Election BEFORE taking oath not to cheat!
Lying Lawyer hired by  Lying Lawyer -

Tongue twister legal mumbo jumbo ...

Lieing lawyer lies to lawyer who lies for lieing lawyer.

 Say that ten times fast. We dare you.
Did NYU Law School grad and former editor of the NYU Law Journal Joanna C. Peck of Adam Leitman Bailey PC really submit an oath that she had already acted fairly and impartially--- after acting as Inspector of Election instead of before as required by Law?

Kyle Taylor lied (see how here ) in Kings County Supreme Court  swearing to one thing in one affidavit and then to the opposite thing in a second affidavit.

Kyle Taylor and his consort, Rajeev Subramanyem  of American Express, violated co-op by-laws and lied to Joanna C. Peck of ADAM LEITMAN BAILEY, P.C. by leading Peck to believe that Kyle and Rajeev were members of the Board of Directors and that they had the right to engage Peck prior to an annual shareholders meeting.  The process they violated is outlined in Section 6 of the co-op by laws.

Joanna C. Peck, after being hired in violation of the by-laws (by being hired before the annual meeting by non-board members and aforementioned lieing attorney Kyle Taylor and his consort, Rajeev Subramanyem  of American Express (https://www.facebook.com/rajeev.subramanyam), swears that she showed her oath to Brett Wynkoop, the one required by New York Business Corporation Law § 610. Selection of inspectors at shareholders' meetings  where it is made blatantly clear that no inspector of elections can start until they file an oath :

"Each inspector, before entering upon the discharge of his duties, shall take and sign an oath faithfully to execute the duties of inspector at such meeting with strict impartiality and according to the best of his ability."

See what Peck did there? Peck showed an oath to Wynkoop at the meeting on May 16, 2014 as noted in her affidavt two days later on May 18, 2014:

2. On Friday, May 16, 2014, at approximately 1:00p.m., I attended the meeting of the shareholders of 622A Peresident Street Owners Corp.(the "Corporation") at 251 Fifth Avenue,Brooklyn, New York (the "Shareholder Meeting.").  

...

10. Mr. Wynkoop continued his objection to my designation as inspector.  He also indicated that I did not have an oath to discharge my duties as an inspector as required under the BCL.

11. I indicated to Mr. Wynkoop that I did have such an oath and showed him a copy of the oath for his review.

 

Now, that becomes very interesting as Peck said that she produced a copy of the required oath on May 16, 2014.  But, wait a minute.  The affidavit contained an oath with this jabberwocky non-speak:

"...I have taken and signed an oath in which I acted fairly and impartially to perform my duties as Inspector of Election at the Annual Meeting of Shareholders held on the 16th day of May 2014, and honestly and truthfully report the results of said vote.

Wait... What?  Peck, who was required to file an oath before taking any actions, swears under penalty of perjury that she produced one at the hearing  but then submits an oath after the fact, after the May 16th "election" on the 18th, and that oath is not a promise, as required, to act fairly before the election, it is an oath that she already acted fairly.

Can't imagine that lieing is acting fairly.  Maybe Peck will produce her oath. Why did she not file the oath she claims she took before acting with the affidavit?

Weaselly words, folks, weaselly.

The only takeaway a reasonable person, be they judge, jury or street peddler, is that Peck lied in her affidavit and covered up that lie with a nonsensical after the fact oath stating, not that she would act impartially, but that she had already acted impartially.

What a steaming pile by Peck. 

Does her firm, ADAM LEITMAN BAILEY, P.C., condone this?

In fact, in a video stumping her firm, ADAM LEITMAN BAILEY, P.C., she bemoaned the fact that no one will ever pay attention to a poor little researchers legal gold nuggets:

"Nobody cares about what case you might know about, what little smoking gun you find in the documents." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYgFOXNmwtE

Joanna C. Peck complained that no one notices the unheralded researcher's little smoking gun you find in the documents.  Well, we noticed.

If this is the standard for being employed as a lawyer, it is a pretty low bar to pass (pun intended).

RISHI BHANDARI : Lying Lawyer?
Sanctioned by Federal court for actions he now takes in state court. - This is what you would expect from a person who would sue a Developer who offered to give you your deposit back.
Chief Magistrate Judge slaps Rhishi... - NEW TAB-EDIT ME
AllICanStands-Enough is Enough
Judges and Attorneys and Officers of the Court, OH MY! - Laws are simple, Politics not so much.
NEW TAB CONTENT-EDIT ME - NEW TAB-EDIT ME
We The People
Are really getting tired of this situation. - The wigs from the 1700s were far smarter and/or far better statesmen who left us tools to fix almost any situation. We should dust off, sharpen and use the damn things. Repeatedly. Until the logjam breaks.
A New Preamble -

We are still the people, but "We, the People", have gotten lazy.

And, some of the people who were not originally intended as "We, the People", are rightfully pissed.

Let us state right up front that the people who wrote the founding documents of this federation of independent states, were White, Male, Landowning, Protestant, slave owning bastards who wrote up a government for themselves and people like them.

Others were not likely to be protected as noted by Washington himself after the Revolution with regards to one nearly tolerable other group, Catholics:

As mankind become more liberal they will be more apt to allow that all those who conduct themselves as worthy members of the community are equally entitled to the protection of civil government. I hope ever to see America among the foremost nations in examples of justice and liberality. And I presume that your fellow-citizens will not forget the patriotic part which you took in the accomplishment of their Revolution, and the establishment of their government; or the important assistance which they received from a nation in which the Roman Catholic faith is professed.

Quite the admission there that some are less equal to others.

But that does not negate in any way the beauty, power, and resiliency of the system they wrote.

The tools that make up that system have a history that instructs on their power and use.  

We should all master them to thwart those who would sully the country with attempts to limit those documents outside the ways listed in the documents on how to change the documents. 



TheGrowler
Why we are here - Old-School Journalism is dead, long live the New School! - MORE
A little about us... -

THE GROWLER: a years late followup to some heated discussions about the future of journalism ...

which led to a process diagram sketched on the back of an envelope that was promptly ignored for years.

Then a media echo chamber of silliness effectively cauterized a Democratic-leaning populace into a zombie-like apathy at the polls.

Not only must objective critical analysis occur (whether or not we call it journalism), that work needs to be given a fertile and sustainable soil from which to spring.

The Growler is that soil.

Read on to see what we want to become.

the HARUCHAI
a bloodguard for politics? - come to pillage, stay to serve - MORE
Early Millenium Migration -

Early in the Millenium, educated young people migrated to (cheap) places where they could congregate. 

They sought adventure there, in the coastal cities, places where many of there parents had fled in the decades long exodus to the suburbs (Levittown, Naperville, ...)

Then the recession struck, a by product of specious financial regulation and billions and billions on questionable wars to protect, mostly, oil interests.

This may have just been a blip in history, but those young-ish needed to eat, and put a roof over their heads.

Once congregated, they became a market unto themselves with critical mass enough to support almost anything as long as they were willing to live in the abandoned carcass of the cities.

Being a recession and all, they created their own economies by reinventing artisanal craftsmanship everywhere there had been just bland commodities for decades.

Beer, Pizza, chocolate, coffee, COFFEE, soda, mustard, mayonnaise, peppers, cupcakes, barbeque, whiskey, theater, music,  ...

It was if a great cry arose and said, YUCK!

Nowhere was this most evident than in Brooklyn, close enough to the wellspring of all media, Manhattan, but far away enough for cheap rents in nearly abandoned neighborhoods (Bushwick?).

They worked this for awhile and even elected the first black president, in part, by using nascent social media and sending droves of people to toss-up states door to door. 

Then they went about their non-political business as the economy slowly recovered.

Until 2016, the vote heard round the world.

All the media championed a candidate that had a several million vote advantage OVERALL, but failed to address the chess game afoot, the ELECTORAL COLLEGE, the only game that mattered (whether you agreed with the rules or not, they are the rules in play).

It is often said that votes are yards and states are touchdowns.

Who hasn't seen a team garner massive yardage but fail in the red zone.

The losers complained that they didn't know it was about touchdowns, but that yards should be the only metric.

They then complained that social media was used to influence voters, as if that hadn't been the case in 2008, whether foreign backed or not.  Disingenuous at best.

Btu then came the 2018 mid-terms and a shift in the firmament occurred.  Longstanding politicians saw the handwriting on the wall and did not run for re-election.  Other long time elected officials played the same old game and got beat by any other perspective than holding on to power for the boomer generation.

Thus, Ocasio-Cortez.





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