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Affidavit of Michael P. McQuillen

Affidavit of Michael P. McQuillen

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Michael P. McQuillen, Vice President and Associate General Counsel of Magellan Health Services, in the "Affidavit of Michael P. McQuillen" on October 29, 2003, knowingly and fraudulently made false oath in the Chapter 11 proceeding (In Re: Magellan Health Services Inc) with intent to impede, obstruct, and influence the proper administration of a matter within a case filed under Title 11.

See pages 4 and 5 of Supplemental Brief and Appendix in Support of Petition for Writ of Certiorari, United States Supreme Court Case No. 07-1525, where it states, "Extrinsic fraud in a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy proceeding (In Re: Magellan Health Services, Inc.) was alleged. The first RICO action (filed on February 19, 2003, in Tucson, AZ) was stayed by the automatic stay on June 17, 2003. See page 6 of Document 56 under the heading Statute of Limitations. See pages 8 thru 22 of Document 47 filed in SDTX. See pages 1 thru 2 of Document 48-2 filed in SDTX. See pages 10 thru 13 of Document 79. See the exhibits at TAB A of Document 79. The Affidavit of Michael P. McQuillen, signed on October 29, 2003, found at pages 10 thru 14 of Document 47, was under oath, false, material to Davidsons’ claims, material to obtaining Chapter 11 Discharge Confirmation and permanent injunction, made with knowledge of its falsity, and represents new overt acts within the limitations period."

Michael P. McQuillen, Vice President and Associate General Counsel of Magellan Health Services, in the "Affidavit of Michael P. McQuillen" on October 29, 2003, knowingly and fraudulently made false oath in the Chapter 11 proceeding (In Re: Magellan Health Services Inc) with intent to impede, obstruct, and influence the proper administration of a matter within a case filed under Title 11.

See pages 4 and 5 of Supplemental Brief and Appendix in Support of Petition for Writ of Certiorari, United States Supreme Court Case No. 07-1525, where it states, "Extrinsic fraud in a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy proceeding (In Re: Magellan Health Services, Inc.) was alleged. The first RICO action (filed on February 19, 2003, in Tucson, AZ) was stayed by the automatic stay on June 17, 2003. See page 6 of Document 56 under the heading Statute of Limitations. See pages 8 thru 22 of Document 47 filed in SDTX. See pages 1 thru 2 of Document 48-2 filed in SDTX. See pages 10 thru 13 of Document 79. See the exhibits at TAB A of Document 79. The Affidavit of Michael P. McQuillen, signed on October 29, 2003, found at pages 10 thru 14 of Document 47, was under oath, false, material to Davidsons’ claims, material to obtaining Chapter 11 Discharge Confirmation and permanent injunction, made with knowledge of its falsity, and represents new overt acts within the limitations period."

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Published by: Robert Davidson, M.D., Ph.D. on Aug 08, 2009
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Case 4:07-cv-00471 Document 47
Filed in TXSD on 05/08/2007 Page 10 of 25
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Filed in TXSD on 05/08/2007 Page 11 of 25
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Filed in TXSD on 05/08/2007 Page 12 of 25

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