Subject: Re: legal action
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 22:07:06 -0500 (CDT)
From: James Trimm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: purnhrt <email@example.com>
At this point "legal phase" means that I have spoken with
my attorney and
am contemplating legal remedies. It doe not mean that I have filed a suit
at this point.
I will email more later.
>To the members of the Beit Din, since my question of legal action was
>not answered, I will have to assume the Beit Din and/or SANJ is making
>this suit. In which case, since James Trimm has also mentioned this on a
>forum, I am dealing with this seriously, and not just as Michael
>bluffing. I wrote to the Beit Din, at the beginning of this situation
>and stated that I sought justice through the assembly. That I would not
>seek legal action unless that failed. Since you are seeking legal
>action, I am sending the following names and addresses to my lawyer.
>James Scott Trimm
>348 Arcadia St.
>Hurst, TX 76053
>4605 Lyndenwood Circle
>Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
>8111 Stemmons Frwy-Lot #35
>Lake Dallas, TX 75065
>3010 StonyBook Drive
>Bowie, Maryland 20715
>Just in case you gentlemen, if I can call you that, are not aware, in
>the state of Texas, in order to cut down on frivolous and unnecessary
>lawsuits, the courts here require that the side that loses has to pay
>the court costs and legal fees for the other party. In which case you
>will have to pay mine, in addition to whatever the judge or jury decides
>is fair compensation for my name and reputation. I have all the evidence
>to prove my case and much more. Not just net documents and e-mails and
>DNS numbers, but I have documents from the Department of Education, GED
>office and the County Clerks office, universities, in my possession and
>on their way in the mail. Amazing what 5 bucks will buy from public
>records, when you do a criminal background check. And I was just looking
>to see if there was any fraud involved. Also, in a legal case, they will
>go to the servers and get the evidence I spoke of, dealing with the
>posts. James can try and blow smoke in the eyes of people that dont
>understand DNS numbers, but he wont be able to do that in a court of
>law. I will have the law behind me.
>I have also been referred to the Attorney Generals Office in 2 states.
>Since this is the course of action that you have chosen, you must know
>by now, that I do all that I say I will do. I do not bluff, lie or
>deceive. I suggest you seriously consider if this is what you want to
>do. Where I have tried every avenue available, within the assembly for
>justice, and would have left the judicial courts as last resort, not
>wanting the assembly to be reproached for not being able to handle a
>situation amongst themselves, I will defend myself in court, if that is
>what it is coming to.
>I will give you till tomorrow afternoon to decide and let me know.
>YHWH bless you and guard you. YHWH make His face to shine upon you and
>show you favor. YHWH lift up His face upon you and give you shalom.
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