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January 13, 2017, 07:23:27 PM
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is there a way to pin down fraser without testimony from garza in court? Not just discussions with the gawsuit lawyers in court. How can Garza testify with the SEC hanging over his head? How does anyone think this is a good plan.

He's the "star witness" so I don't see how this could go forward without his deposition and/or in-court testimony. Maybe Garza is hoping that throwing Fraser under the bus will drag him (Fraser) into the SEC case somehow. Whatever the reason behind this plan I'd like to think that plaintiffs' lawyers know what they're doing. They wouldn't be wasting their resources if this didn't have a reasonable chance of success.

I'm thinking they've already been paid handsomely up-front (in part) for taking on this long-shot case in the legal Wild Wild West of Altcoins.

(Lawyers: "Cryptocurrencies?  wtf?")

Even if working soley on hopes of a big commission, they seem to know they are beating a a nearly-dead horse.

The desperate language & circular arguments in the Plea to survive the Motion to Dismiss are so forced, they're actually funny.

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January 13, 2017, 08:26:04 PM
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If the intent is to throw the lawsuit, going after someone who can not be proven culpable seems like a good start.

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January 13, 2017, 08:53:19 PM
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If the intent is to throw the lawsuit, going after someone who can not be proven culpable seems like a good start.

Right!   And dropping the guy who is totally culpable, LOL....
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January 13, 2017, 09:08:46 PM
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Homero "throwing Fraser under the bus" does not ring true to me at all, either. I think this is all part of an extrication plan. Look at it this way: If a competent legal team went after Garza , they would nail him. That would officially make the Fraser/Garza partnership one involved in fraud schemes. Is it better to be accused of being involved in fraud and cleared? Or associated with proven fraud and left open for future litigation along with having a permanently tarnished business image? The smart money would go for being accused and cleared I think. After this designed to fail suit is tossed out/lost will there be another? Unlikely. Not a major one anyways. That is what I see happening here.

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January 13, 2017, 09:41:06 PM
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Homero "throwing Fraser under the bus" does not ring true to me at all, either. I think this is all part of an extrication plan. Look at it this way: If a competent legal team went after Garza , they would nail him. That would officially make the Fraser/Garza partnership one involved in fraud schemes. Is it better to be accused of being involved in fraud and cleared? Or associated with proven fraud and left open for future litigation along with having a permanently tarnished business image? The smart money would go for being accused and cleared I think. After this designed to fail suit is tossed out/lost will there be another? Unlikely. Not a major one anyways. That is what I see happening here.

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January 14, 2017, 04:17:38 AM
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If the intent is to throw the lawsuit, going after someone who can not be proven culpable seems like a good start.
Wish we had a lawyer in the midst to obtain a judgement on Homero just for the principle of it.

Hey, if anyone knows the procedure for filing a smalls claims court fraud case it might be fun to do it if anyone knows where Homero lives.  Does anyone know for certain where he resides?  Lexis/Nexis access would probably tell you, but I don't have an account.  I believe some states you can file a small claim entirely in writing.  There were two private individuals suing GAW I believe in Connecticut.  Wonder whatever happened with that case?  It was different than the Allen Shinners case.

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January 14, 2017, 05:01:37 AM
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If any of you think the SEC case against Garbanzo will be anything short of a fabulous $#!t $#ow, feel free to send me all your popcorn.

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January 14, 2017, 04:42:47 PM
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I wonder why these guys never sued Homero or Fraser personally?  http://civilinquiry.jud.ct.gov/CaseDetail/PublicCaseDetail.aspx?DocketNo=HHDCV155039903S

$360,000 judgment on Homero would have been funny.

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January 15, 2017, 12:57:43 AM
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Is that PayPal accounts? Homero keeps many lol

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January 15, 2017, 02:09:22 AM
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Couldnt find the cartoon coining one that ALWAYS makes me laugh. But a brief snapshopt of someone who is that retarded to take a selfie with a photo copier.



HAHAHAHA i love it, but not quite, I think Paul made it in Paint with red...that was the picture I was referring too but yeah it references this post LOL

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January 15, 2017, 02:39:51 AM
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Yeah I hear you but it's been lost it seems. Maybe Paul can redo it now that he is back in the game? Grin

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We'll probably get some new quotable-quote comedy gold from Garbanzo when he goes before the SEC & ABCs.

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We'll probably get some new quotable-quote comedy gold from Garbanzo when he goes before the SEC & ABCs.

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I hope so, this is like watching paint dry as suchmoon says.
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January 16, 2017, 01:31:03 PM
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Couldnt find the cartoon coining one that ALWAYS makes me laugh. But a brief snapshopt of someone who is that retarded to take a selfie with a photo copier.



HAHAHAHA i love it, but not quite, I think Paul made it in Paint with red...that was the picture I was referring too but yeah it references this post LOL



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Poor little Roo.

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I wonder if he still has her on gps

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