The Court further concludes that, once all of the ill-gotten gains are fully disgorged from AF Holdings, it would not be a wise use of the Courtís limited resources to sua sponte attempt to fully untangle the relationship between ansmeier, Steele, Duffy, Dugas, Lutz and Prenda Law, on the one handóand the Plaintiff, AF Holdings, LLC., on the other. Such investigation can more effectively be conducted by federal and state law enforcement at the direction of the United States Attorney, the Minnesota Attorney General and the Boards of Professional Responsibility in the jurisdictions where the attorneys involved in this apparent scheme are licensed to practice law.
I suggested that Hansmeier could sue courts: many of them don't run OCR on scanned PDFs, thus making those documents inaccessible for the blind. I was pointed out that suing government is not lucrative, as all plaintiff could get is an injunctive relief. I still think it is a good idea and expect our big league noble man to do it: justice is all he needs, doesn't he? Money is a secondary, less important issue.
By the way, page 10 of the mentioned twitter feed has a sub-story by its on, a story that any decent attorney would do everything to hide, a story that even prompted Popehat to wake up from his Prenda-Hiatus.
One significant (IMO) inference from the memorandum that was left out, is the very fact that Steele deleted his email account. To those who did not follow the link to my story, here is the comment by Mysterious Anonymous that elaborates this thought:
John Steele deleted his Gmail account?
One that has been used extensively in the course of his litigation activities at Steele | Hansmeier and Prenda Law, Inc., in perhaps hundreds of cases in dozens of federal district courts across the USA?
One that was used to register domain names for Prenda and their supposed clients?
One that was associated with the Alan Cooper ID theft?
After he was referred to the USAO and IRS-CI for criminal investigation?
After he was referred to state Bar associations for investigation?
Holy shit! Can you say
Wow. Wow. Wow.
What was in there that Steele is suddenly so desperate to hide?
Iím surprised Heller didnít raise the issue, seems like a huge oversight. Even though it may not be strictly relevant to the 08333 case and their response, it is surely useful as another demonstration of Prendaís bad faith and lack of ethics. Surely attorneys operate under record retention requirements that do not include ďI can delete all my f%^&king email whenever I want because I am in a panic trying to avoid service and destroy evidence!Ē