17186Re: FL-DOES ANYONE HAVE A WAY OF PROVING A CONSPIRICY?
- Apr 16, 2011Sue,
Due to my superior investigative prowess, finely tuned "speculation machine", extraordinary powers of observation, and ability to fully read Yahoo Group Posts; I can answer two (2) of the questions for you:
(1) This person is in Orlando, FL.
(2) This person does not have a lot of money at all; unless this person has recently won the lottery.
Uhhh, that was not me bragging; that was me being humorous!
Risk Management Research & Investments, Inc.
Mailing Address: 2101 W. Broadway PMB 326, Columbia, MO. 65203
Office Address: 1 E. Broadway Suite Z, Columbia, MO. 65203
Office Phone: (573) 234-4647 Ext. 110
Direct Office Number: (573) 234-6876
Car Phone: (573) 529-0808
Cell Phone: (573) 529-4476
Toll Free Phone: (888) 571-0958
Toll FreeFax: (877) 795-9800
EMERGENCY LINE: (573) 234-4871
RMRI, Inc. Websites
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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, suesarkis@... wrote:
> Dear Nameless:
> Asking a group of experts for help without having the respect of
> identifying yourself is not a way to garner many responses. Also, providing so much
> irrelevant information while neglecting to mention important things such
> as what State this case is being heard in is not a way to attract many
> However, the most important question, as far as I am concerned, is how big
> is your budget?
> My next question is what evidence, if any, do you have that the attorney
> has been paid off in the past as you have alleged?
> In a message dated 4/16/2011 3:04:02 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
> sisenoritabonita@... writes:
> First be clear I'm not a bitter ex wanting revenge. I have a malpractice
> attorney, am suing former divorce attorney but because of events have strong
> reasons to believe he was paid off by ex (something he has done often in
> the past) or threatened.
> Anyone have skills, knowledge, know where to look or can refer someone
> able to prove this? Malpractice attorney amazed at what he did and didn't do.
> Had a reputation as excellent family lawyer. No problem proving malpractice
> but if suspicions correct want it exposed. As experts would also
> appreciate your feedback regarding if there isn't something fishy in Denmark or do
> you think I'm on the wrong path..
> Couple of many examples:
> Didn't look at, copy, discuss second set of books found, stolen from home
> days after I took them to him. Froze like deer in headlights when told what
> I had.
> Never shown letter from ex's attorney with copies of emails obtained from
> monitoring my computer and documents stolen from my home allowing to
> continue. Said ex had right to do this when discovered later.
> Ex tried strangling, leaving bruises around throat, arms. Recommended
> using to get him to move from home, not to call police or take pictures,
> calling it a fuss in brief letter to his attorney.
> No discovery on LLC I found not listed on affidavit or 2 listed without
> Went to mediation before receiving results from 4 banks supeoned.
> Recommended against doing depositions though known undisclosed assets.
> Canceled first scheduled claiming swine flu.
> Did not show or tell me of ex's amended affidavit claiming almost
> everything as his non-marital property filed after settlement reached day of
> mediation. Discovered when malpractice attorney obtained copies from courthouse.
> Questioned said it was handed me at mediation, Not true.
> Went to mediation with no financials, bank balances, liabilities for
> business, main asset. Husband removed 3 weeks prior, leaving no income for my
> living. Did nothing. Pushed me to accept business without them and the home
> starting foreclosure assuring everything had to be made current and was in
> contract as I signed it.
> Didn't address any bank accounts ex removed all funds from allowed him to
> keep all cash.
> After settlement worked frantically assuring I gave everything agreed to.
> Tried to get me to give additional not agreed to. Nothing to obtain my
> settlement. Would look better to judge in contempt and had me making
> spreadsheets for bills, stolen equipment, unreturned business income. Later said
> would cost $8000.00 for forensic accountant, fees for both attorneys if lost,
> recommended against. Knew left with negative bank balance, $100,000 in
> undisclosed, unpaid bills, home in foreclosure. Denied saying bills had to be
> current or anything taken returned. Wasn't in contract.
> Ex took millions. I received home in foreclosure, the business the bank
> called same week threatening foreclosure for mortgages not paid, 3 bank
> accounts totaling $176.00 overdrawn and additional $80,000 in unpaid bills and
> building violations uncorrected and obligated to pay $24,000 in taxes owed
> on husband's settlement. He didn't ask for any alimony. His advice? Move on
> with life.
> Sincerely yours,
> Sue Sarkis
> Sarkis Detective Agency
> (est. 1976)
> PI 6564
> _www.sarkispi.com_ (http://www.sarkispi.com/)
> 1346 Ethel Street
> Glendale, CA 91207-1826
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