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Gmail - Court Administrators, Obligation to Fiduciary Duty, Liability, and Risk

Lisa OHanlon <angryjeweler@gmail.com>

Court Administrators, Obligation to Fiduciary Duty, Liability, and Risk
1 message Lisa OHanlon <angryjeweler@gmail.com> To: aimee.fortier@gov.mb.ca, info@cjc-ccm.gc.ca Dear Sirs: It has come to my attention that as a form of policy this district is barring public access to the judiciary with pattern & practice, obstructing justice, and while paying yourselves to systemically damage, harm, and victimize people as a means and method of business practice. This behavior is unsafe and risky. These types of problems are becoming increasingly common across the globe as certain attorneys are becoming desperate to cover and protect their GROSS ERROR which has left their clients and agencies in positions of extreme liability. It is clear to me that your court clerks are violating the rules of the court and their own obligation to fiduciary duty with pattern and practice and for the purpose of delay & subterfuge. Court clerk cannot refuse to accept documents. Court clerks cannot protect attorneys who are acting in violation of law. Substance v. Form. You are openly trafficking in humans. Maybe you didn't notice.. Have you seen the Brandon Corrections website? What the hell do you guys have going on up there? It can't be good for tourism. Rogue law enforcement agency is a disease that's been going around. Perhaps you should get tested before it's too late. There are currently court clerks across the United States who are being arrested and going to jail for these types of crimes as IS APPROPRIATE. Clerks here are bound to their obligation to fiduciary duty, and I am certain that they are also bound to fiduciary duty in Canada. I am documenting and watching your violations from here in Minnesota. We have similar problems here, perhaps you caught it from our agencies? It is clear to me that there is an illegal administrative directive being handed down and followed. Whomever is giving this directive has unclean hands and is now implicating the court administration and judiciary in his criminal activity. What agencies need to do is re-evaluate the attorneys who are abusing systems to prosecute as a form of defense. When attorneys make bad business decisions it can really poison an entire system, because those who are following attorney directives may not realize the deviation from the regulations. Pretty soon you are engaged in consumer fraud, hate crimes, and human trafficking and you don't even realize it because you can't believe that it could happen to you. Often greedy, poorly trained, criminally insane attorneys will form policy that violates regulations because it is more cost effective for the agency, and systemic deviation will generally result in the generation of a larger volume of transactions benefiting the agency. In the states our regulation manuals inform employees that if a client objects then the agent is to follow a different path because the agency cannot indemnify an agent who is violating the law, even if the manual instructs you to violate the law.
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Gmail - Court Administrators, Obligation to Fiduciary Duty, Liability, and Risk

Agents need to understand that generally policies cannot indemnify illegal activity, which leaves the liability on individuals. If your attorneys failed to warn you then you have your own liability issues and another lawsuit on your hands. It spreads quickly, yuck. ATTORNEY IS LIABLE FOR ACTS OF HIS CLIENT. Is the scope and purpose of your agency to create unnecessary transactions for the purpose of delay and subterfuge to carry out consumer frauds in large volume? It's a pressing question that requires an answer. These activities can cause a great burden in the long run upon agencies who are caught creating false claims and redundant transactions and which are outside the scope and purpose of enabling statutes and in direct violation of the spirit and intent of the law. Ultimately it boils down to fiscal fraud. That's what the regulations and policies are for. To protect the agency from liability. Not the agents. You should all ask for a copy of your policy manuals and discover if you are acting within the boundaries of your scope of duty; for acts outside that scope are not covered, not allowed. It is clear from here that you have rogue agents handing down directives from management levels. This is bad form, bad business, and those agents and attorneys who have unclean hands need to be discovered and removed from office because they are weakening the infrastructure. This is the problem in the states as well. I am interested to discover the pattern of transactions being created as a result and product of this practice of obstruction and trafficking. Attorneys are prosecuting as a form of defense and it needs to stop. Liability attaches. Provide me with copies of the reports you were required and mandated to make regarding your witness to the violations and criminal activity within 20 days. Thanks, have a great day. Lisa Lyn Stinocher O'Hanlon 1331 5th St. NE Rochester, Minn 55906

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