GAME OVER, Lloyds of London, a United Kingdom Government Owned Company, Fraud Exposed in US Markets

Lloyds of London, racketeering

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Melvin Banford, John ONeal, Derek Harrold, Steve Harris and Matt Rothnie

Above, key players within Lloyds of London’s Commercial, sued for Racketeering (RICO) and fixing US markets in the delivery of insurance and legal services throughout the United States. Evidence suggests that John O’Neill, CEO of Lloyds of London co-directs one of the largest racketeering Enterprises in US History

May 12, 20201 UPDATES TO “GAME OVER

POLITICAL EXPERTS PREDICT ALLAN COPSEY AND NOAH PURCELL’S INVOLVMENT IN BOB FERGUSON’S RICO WILL BE THE FOCUS OF GLOBAL PRESS COVERAGE AND END THEIR CAREERS

OPENLY CORRUPT PRIVATE AND PUBLIC ATTORNEYS REPRESENTING THE STATE OF WASHINGTON ARE NOT JUST ACTING AS LITIGATORS, THEY ARE NOW AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE FRAUD ACCORDING TO LAW PROFESSORS

As Bob Ferguson and Peter King’s Lloyd’s of London affiliated snowball of fraud quickly becomes an avalanche landing at the foot of the 9th Circuit and the global press in Block v. WSBA, our case is taking an interesting and unexpected turn.

Interest by both the global media and legal academics has been non-stop since our article “Seattle’s Epstein.” While we expected this to occur eventually, what we didn’t expect is the attention of the press and academic community to include federal judges, the Ninth Circuit Court, and both public and private attorneys as central elements of the story.

The increasing attention on the judges and the Ninth Circuit was referenced in our last update of May x, 2021. What is new since that update are consistent comments by several law professors and law journalists that both public and private attorneys have clearly crossed the line from representing a RICO enterprise to being participants in the RICO enterprise.

In knowingly violating the law and knowingly representing both state and private clients actively operating a RICO, the openly corrupt attorneys are not only subject to personal liability and loss of their licenses to practice, but they are also subject to criminal penalties according to the academics. There are four main reasons why they have crossed the line, they indicate:

1)      The State Constitution.  Article VIII Section 7 stipulates that the state cannot give or loan money to a private association, which the Washington State Supreme Court defined the Washington Bar in February 2021 as private association and not a public agency. The state has illegally spent tens of millions of dollars to provide free counsel for the bar.

2)      The Federal Constitution. The Fifth Amendment of the Federal Constitution stipulates the right of due process. After being ordered by the Federal District Court to file no further actions in Block v. WSBA, The defense attorneys are illegally filing motions for the purpose of denial of due process, and are in violation of Section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act by acting under color of law.

3)      The Court Record. Each and every attorney has read the court record and is aware of how the Lloyd’s /Washington State RICO controlled by Bob Ferguson and Peter King of the Association of Washington Cities operates.

4)      Duties Resulting from Knowledge of Criminal Activity. The implication of this knowledge is that every attorney has a duty under RPC 1.6 “to prevent the client from committing a crime or fraud that is reasonably certain to result in substantial injury to the financial interests or property of another and in furtherance of which the client has used or is using the lawyer’s services.” Further the lawyer must then reveal information to “prevent, mitigate or rectify” that injury. Rule 1.2 prohibits a lawyer from counseling or assisting the client in conduct the lawyer knows is criminal or fraudulent.  Rule 1.4  requires a lawyer to disclose material facts to avoid assisting a cli­ent’s crime or fraud,” based on the State Supreme Court’s Hamilton decision.  Rule 3.3 requires a lawyer representing a client in an adjudicative proceeding who “knows that a person intends to engage in, is engaging in or has engaged in criminal or fraudulent conduct related to the proceeding” to “take reasonable remedial measures, including, if necessary, disclosure to the tribunal.” And finally, Rule 8.3 directs  a lawyer who knows that another lawyer or a judge has engaged in misconduct raising a “substantial question” about honesty or fitness to inform an “appropriate authority.” The Supreme Court established that attorney-client confidentiality is not applicable where there is knowledge of criminal conduct.  Several federal court rules are in violation as well, which we shall cite shortly.

Bottom line: no matter what their openly corrupt bosses like Leslie Seffren, who is currently under investigation for decades of guardianship fraud, child trafficking, money laundering and tax evasion, tell them, they will be on their own when this case is at the top of the front page of mainstream media.

Can the openly corrupt attorneys acting to further the Lloyd’s/Washington State RICO, such as Copsey, Noah Purcell, etc etc who appear to be relying on their corrupt network to fix cases control the global press?

We shall see soon enough!

Comments

  1. Rodney Krafka says:

    I’d like to take a moment to commend you for the necessary coverage you are giving to local and state government anti-corruption concerns. You have an important voice that often speaks against the grain, and I applaud you for your prescience, dedication, and resilience.

    You have been breaking a lot of critical stories, and there are multiple instances where I would have some additional information that you could well find pertinent to your investigations. In particular, as a small business owner and employer of 10 full time staff, I have had a lot of experience and interaction with the WA State Employment Security Department (ESD). This includes having an involved, front row seat as an overview of the systemic fraud, as well as the ways in which ESD compels business owners to pay out fraudulent money without doing any research whatsoever into the claim’s actual legitimacy.

    Also, I have had a lot of interaction with Judge Michael Scott over the past few years, basically since he first started the job, including a lot of appearances in his court room, and involving matters of child sexual abuse. I think you would find much of my information interesting, and that it would likely support your wider investigation. I can be reached by email at RodKrafka@hotmail.com and by phone at (504) 343-2113.

    Thanks again for your critically important research and reporting.

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  1. […] together with our supporters in legal academia and law practice, all await the inevitable tsunami of national and international press coverage of Lloyd’s of London’s global RICO over the next few months. Press luminaries assert it […]

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