Revelation, affirmation and non-denial of fraud

Confession from a bribery recipient

Deconstructing the defendant’s strategy

It shouldn’t have taken a breach of contract lawsuit to learn if promises made to me by LS had ever been kept, but it did.

Unbeknownst to me, LS’s children used the tools available through the lawsuit to carry out a covert investigation and cover-up of a dark matter that had nothing to do with me or the lawsuit.  

They needed to ascertain whether I had knowledge or evidence of a fraud that their uncle had revealed to have been committed by their father.  This same uncle later lied under oath for the benefit of his nieces and nephew, and then confessed to accepting a bribe from them.

In the end, LS’s children concluded that I hadn’t seen or possessed any evidence, but did their actions and words help me identify evidence that were hidden in plain sight?  Did their legal strategy and tactics expose their motivations and intentions?

Join me on my journey through a lawsuit and the legal system.  Connect the dots and draw your own conclusions about the nature of the fraud and parties involved.    

“Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants.”

Louis D. Brandeis