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The Legal battle unfolds. Looks like Greystone has joined the fray.
I wonder is their ceo and sole shareholder ( Stephen Rosenberg ) has found all the skeletons in the closet that were probably shielded from review buy Arthur Cornfeld, David Topping and maybe even Jean Miele.
We at the Lyceum have redoubled our efforts to deal with the upcoming hearings and appeals (7 current appeals and more coming) that revolve, largely, around due process.
When we were in federal court yesterday one of our due process challenged judge's decided to give giant mortgage company a mulligan when they didn't bother to respond to our motion. To have lost the motion would have cost a billion dollar company .02% of their portfolio. Not 2%, but .02%. This was after the judge may cost us 100% of our life's work on being a day late filing a paper and by creatively avoiding the issues thereafter. Well that was the last straw.
We will be spending the next few weeks working with a few advisors and attorneys to make due process a focal part of getting the Lyceum free from the clutches of the Borg. If you want to talk shop with us or offer intellectual support email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charlie Brown Xmas :
probable swan song at Lyceum as the Lyceum focuses on Greystone Capital and some odd, at best, decisions that run counter to facts and law and due process.
Show dates : Dec 13/14, 20/21 - 1PM & 4PM
Brooklyn Lyceum Building Sold at Auction
(but we hope to get it back as the legal dust settles)
The Brooklyn Lyceum went to auction because an unfair court system had ignored our allegations of fraud, perjury and misrepresentation as well as our allegation that the state court was not allowed to enter any decision at all, let alone the one it did enter. In essence, the court lacked the jurisdiction (the right) to rule on anything in a case that was abandoned.
We have come to be concerned about the judge, Carla Craig, who is handling the case. After we reached out to the Lyceum mailing list, facebook, twitter and a few other places we received some disconcerting information. That information has caused us great concern and we , and a team of helpers, are busy reviewing every decision Carla Craig has done since 2005 as well as all decisions on the core topics in the Second Circuit, the Circuit in which Brooklyn resides. The Second Circuit includes New York, Conneticutt and Vermont. We will post the results as they firm up.
Here are the points.
--The Lyceum believes that fraud and perjury occurred on the part Troutman Sanders by Sharon Stern (former partner at Troutman Sanders (seems to have somewhat disappeared just after we alleged fraud), now "also" SVP-Legal Affairs at Volt Information Sciences), Cristina Bost Seaton (Associate at Troutman Sanders since 2005) and William Sandler (Senior Counsel) . That allegation is based on documents that Troutman Sanders has placed into evidence in state court as well as federal court.
--Our crowd sourcing efforts have shown that Carla Craig may have a cousin who is a longtime partner in Troutman Sanders who is a colleague of William Sandler. (update - Looks like Carla Craig's husband (Stuart Freedman, a partner of the law firm Schulte Roth might be cousins with William Freedman, a partner of Troutman Sanders. Some off the shelf facial recognition software pegs thesimilarity at 69%). We think that this explains why Judge Craig acted the way she did when we first raised the allegations against Troutman Sanders.
Our "public" data will be here: http://brooklynlyceum.com/crisis/data-made-public-about-research
Sign the petition : http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/address-the-brooklyn?source=c.em&r_by=11385183
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