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Bill McCollum Response to Gillespie Request for Investigation-19th Statewide Grand Jury

Bill McCollum Response to Gillespie Request for Investigation-19th Statewide Grand Jury

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Published by Neil Gillespie
Dear Mr. McCollum:
This is a request for an investigation by the 19th Statewide Grand Jury into perjury, fraud, deceit by my fonner lawyers, and misuse and denial ofjudicial process by the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit. Circuit Judge Martha J. Cook has falsified records in this matter in violation of section 839.13(1) Florida Statutes, section 838.022 Florida Statutes, and section 837.06 Florida Statutes. The court also unlawfully denied my request for accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Most recently a second fonner lawyer joined forces with the first to avoid professional responsibility. For grant jury jurisdiction purposes the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit is in Hillsborough County, I reside in Marion County and formerly resided in Pinellas County, and one party is from Alachua County.
The attorneys at Barker, Rodems & Cook, PA defrauded me and others while
representing us in consumer litigation against AMSCOT Corporation. I sued Barker,
Rodems & Cook pro se August 11, 2005 for fraud and breach of contract and established
a cause of action. See Neil J. Gillespie v Barker, Rodems & Cook, PA and William J.
Cook, Circuit Civil Court case number 05-CA-007205, in the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Hillsborough County. Mr. Rodems is unlawfully representing his finn and partner and filed a counterclaim of libel against me.
Dear Mr. McCollum:
This is a request for an investigation by the 19th Statewide Grand Jury into perjury, fraud, deceit by my fonner lawyers, and misuse and denial ofjudicial process by the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit. Circuit Judge Martha J. Cook has falsified records in this matter in violation of section 839.13(1) Florida Statutes, section 838.022 Florida Statutes, and section 837.06 Florida Statutes. The court also unlawfully denied my request for accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Most recently a second fonner lawyer joined forces with the first to avoid professional responsibility. For grant jury jurisdiction purposes the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit is in Hillsborough County, I reside in Marion County and formerly resided in Pinellas County, and one party is from Alachua County.
The attorneys at Barker, Rodems & Cook, PA defrauded me and others while
representing us in consumer litigation against AMSCOT Corporation. I sued Barker,
Rodems & Cook pro se August 11, 2005 for fraud and breach of contract and established
a cause of action. See Neil J. Gillespie v Barker, Rodems & Cook, PA and William J.
Cook, Circuit Civil Court case number 05-CA-007205, in the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Hillsborough County. Mr. Rodems is unlawfully representing his finn and partner and filed a counterclaim of libel against me.

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BILL McCOLLUMATTORNEY GENERALSTATE
OF
FLORIDAOFFICE
OF
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
Office
of
Citizen Services
The
Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050Telephone: (850) 414-3990Fax: (850) 410-163
November
5,
2010Mr. Neil
J.
Gillespie8092 Southwest 115th LoopOcala, Florida 34481Dear Mr. Gillespie:Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum received your correspondence regarding the law firm
of
Barker,Rodems & Cook, PA; William J. Cook; the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court; and the Honorable MarthaJ. Cook.Attorney General McCollum issued a statement (enclosed) on the Florida Supreme Court's order toconvene a statewide grand jury on public corruption. The Statewide Prosecutor will serve, by law, as thestatewide grand jury's counsel. As mentioned in the statement, our Statewide Prosecutor will work withthe Florida Department
of
Law Enforcement and Florida's state attorneys to identify investigations andcases to bring before the statewide grand jury.I am forwarding your correspondence to the Statewide Prosecution Office for review. However, due tothe confidential nature
of
investigations, the Statewide Prosecution Office is not at liberty to commentfurther. We will keep your concerns under advisement.I note that you have already contacted The Florida Bar which is the correct agency to file a complaintregarding an attorney. The Florida Supreme Court designated The Florida Bar as the agency
responsible
for reviewing grievances against lawyers licensed to practice
in
this state. Please continue working withthat agency for whatever assistance or information they may be able to provide to you.Regarding judges, the Judicial Qualifications Commission (JQC) is the appropriate authority to review acomplaint involving judicial conduct. The JQC is an independent agency created by the FloridaConstitution solely to investigate alleged misconduct by Florida state judges. You may contact thatagency at:Judicial Qualifications Commission1110 Thomasville RoadTallahassee, Florida 32303-6224Telephone: 850-488-1581
 
Mr. Neil J. GillespiePage TwoRegarding the American with Disabilities Acts (ADA) violations complaints, you may contactthe United States Department
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Justice at 1(800) 514-0301.
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you have not already done so, I also encourage you to convey your concerns to GovernorCharlie Crist's Office at:Office
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the GovernorThe CapitolTallahassee, Florida 32399-0001Telephone: (850) 488-4441Website: http://www.flgov.com!Thank you for giving us the opportunity to review your concerns.Sincerely,Frances BakerOffice
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