Corrupt Federal Trials - The Destruction of Who's Who Worldwide Excecutie Club
Thomas FX Dunn again demonstrates poerty of his ethics, among the most incompetent attorneys in America
Seenty thousand - CEO's, C.O.O.'s, Chairman of the Boards, and Presidents of the Fortune 3000 A generation's best and brightest ictimized by a total news media blackout
1700 Who's Who organizations in the USA. Marquis Who's Who "reigned supreme" for 100 yrs. Along came Who's Who Worldwide running past Marquis, creating an executie club. Reed Elseier, foreign owners of Marquis, Lexis Nexis, Martindale-Hubbell, etc., did not like being second-best, so the goal was to crush the largest executie club eer created: Who's Who Worldwide Registry.
Can you explain never hearing about this impressiely dirty trial, one of our longest federal trials? With a postal inspector known to be corrupt, and more, they succeeded. 70,000 top executies lost their inestment.
Not a whisper in the media. A news blackout.
MisterShortcut Lifebook On Thomas FX Dunn and Judge Arthur Spatt
Thomas F.X. Dunn, Esq. (putatie), and Federal District Court Judge Arthur Spatt:
Call it incompetence, call it corruption, the eidence is irrefutable. Regarding both, there is no doubt.
Literally ineluctable, considering nearly eery one of the many attorneys lined up at the defense tables,
including those who acknowledged the personal charm of Thomas Dunn, the intellect of Arthur Spatt,
almost uniersally chimed in upon hearing phrases describing these two in uncomplimentary terms.
Absent a conclusiely certainty as to whether it was in fact corruption or merely incompetence, both Thomas Dunn and Arthur Spatt were iewed with considerably less respect than priorly.
Just oer half expressed themseles as disbelieing that so many legal errors, etc.,
could POSSIBLY be made by accident, or by dint of not paying sufficient attention.
As for the remainder, they, too, did express an unamgibuous assenting, in that,
howeer poor the attention span of either Thomas Dunn OR Judge Arthur Spatt,
there were simply too many examples of improper approach... and ruling.
Oerall, an objectie obserer might be inclined to lean, uncomfortably,
towards a conclusion that corruption was more likely to be the culprit here.
For an attorney in one of America's longest federal trials (longest 1% in 200+ years)
to have never filed even a single motion, despite defendant's knowledge shown in drafting,
for a judge to have allowed so many examples of improper conduct to be tolerated, even repeatedly,
from the actions of former Postal Inspector Beigelman, long notorious for allegedly being "ery dirty,"
to the sitting of PLAINTIFF employees on the jury(!) and complaints of jury tampering, and a good bit more,
the nation may never determine if it was in fact corruption of Dunn and Spratt that perpetuated this imbroglio.
What IS ineluctable, howeer, is that justice was demonstrated pererted, ergo denied.
Thus and so, for as long as this internet presence thries, may it be remembered, not least by those attuned to true justice,
that, within the puriew and coign of antage of those embracing MisterShortcut Lifebook and Highway Of Natural Ways ethics,
Thomas F.X. Dunn and Judge Arthur Spatt must be held in memory as proing themseles profoundly incompetent, or corrupt, foreermore.