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FORMAL COMPLAINT

Dear Gov Jay Nixon ,Missouri Barr ,Supreme our! Legal Ethics Counsel: Me"in#a J$
Ben!"ey, O$C$D$C, A!!orney Genera" C%ris &os!er an# Fe#eraI Barr assoia!ion, 'T AL
Ju"y (!% )*+,
T%is is a -orma" omp"ain! -or Aaron D .ones A!!orney in Sprin/-ie"#, MO as 0e"" as Aaron Jones,
MuniipaI Ju#/e Sprin/-ie"# MuniipaI Division, Ju#iia" Cirui! 1+ Loa!e# in Greene Coun!y
Mo$

T%is is a very 2asi summary o- !%e -a!s !o #a!e$

1)+2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! Aaron Jones a!e# in a 2a"" an# %ain or 0%ee" an# spo3e
onspiray a"on/ 0i!% RPCS, 'ri3 Tay"or, Gre/ Arne", &ris Lyons an# Ron Ca"!on !%a! 0i!%%e"#
evi#ene -rom a po"ie inves!i/a!ion !o ai# an# a2e! a ,4 year o"# %omosexua" !o a!!a3 ma"e
vi!ims$ As resu"! o- a over up #urin/ a Ne0 Ma#ri# i!y po"ie inves!i/a!ion Gre/ Arne" 0as
never %ar/e# 0i!% my a!!a3 !%ere-ore %e a!!a3e# o!%er vi!ims over +** a##i!iona" !imes$
Aaron Jones 0as a0are o- !%e o!%er vi!ims an# a"" !%e #e!ai"s o- my a!!a3 an# !%e po"ie
inves!i/a!ion over up, no "a!er !%an De )*+) an# ma#e no a!!emp! !o orre! !%e over up, nor
#i# %e ma3e any a!!emp! !o assis! !%e po"ie 2y o--erin/ any nee#e# evi#ene$ Nor #i# %e
0i!%#ra0 -rom !%e un"a0-u" a!s an# on!inue# !o %e"p %is "ien!s in !%e onspiray$
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I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%is is a vio"a!ion S!a!e 5 Fe#era" "a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e
R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT 7
Rule 8.4 Misconduct
It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to:

(a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce
another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;

() commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer!s honesty, trustworthiness; or
fitness as a lawyer in other respects;
(c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud,deceit, or misrepresentation;
(d) engage in conduct that is pr"udicial to the administration of #ustice;

(g) manifest y words or conduct, in representing a client, ias or pre#udice ased upon race, se$,
religion, national origin, disaility, age, or se$ual orientation%

Rule 4.1 Truthfulness in Statements to Others
In the course of representing a client a lawyer shall not knowingly:
(a) make a false statement of material fact or law to a third person; or
() fail to disclose a material fact when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or
fraudulent act y a client, unless disclosure is prohiited y Rule &'( %)
Rule 4.4 Respect for Rights of Third Persons
(a) in representing a client, a lawyer shall not use means that have no purpose other than to
emarrass, delay, or urden a third person

I elieve the facts will show that this is a violation of *tate + ,ederal law and a violation of the
R-./* 0, PR0,/**I012. C013-C4 R-./ &'5%&: ,2IR1/** 40 0PP0*I16 P2R47213
C0-1*/.
2 lawyer shall not:

(a) unlawfully ostruct another party!s access to evidence or unlawfully alter, destroy, or conceal
a document or other material having potential evidentiary value% 2 lawyer shall not counselor
assist another person to do any such act;
() falsify evidence, counselor assist a witness to testify falsely, or offer an inducement to a
witness that is prohiited y law;

(c) knowingly disoey an oligation under the rules of a triunal, e$cept for an open refusal
ased on an assertion that no valid oligation e$ists;
(d) in pretrial procedure, make a frivolous discovery re"uest or fail to make reasonaly diligent
effort to comply with a legally proper discovery re"uest y an opposing party;

(f) re"uest a person other than a client to refrain from voluntarily giving relevant information ,to
another party %
2)+ 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 Aaron Jones a!e# in a 2a"" an# %ain or 0%ee" an# spo3e
onspiray a"on/ 0i!% RPCS, 'ri3 Tay"or, Gre/ Arne", &ris Lyons an# Ron Caron !%a! 0i!%%e"#
evi#ene an# !es!imony !%a! !%ere %a# 2een #o8ens o- omp"ain!s -rom o!%er vi!ims -rom a
po"ie inves!i/a!ion 5 !ampere# 0i!% !%e 0i!nesses 2y !%rea!s an# in!imi#a!ion !o ai# an# a2e! a
,4 year o"# %omosexua" !o on!inue %is a!!a3s o- ma"e vi!ims$
I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%is is a vio"a!ion o- S!a!e 5 Fe#era" "a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e
R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT R6L' 7
Rule 8.4 Misconduct
It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to:

(a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, lf knowingly assist or induce
another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;

() commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer!s honesty, trustworthiness, or
fitness as a lawyer in other respects;

(c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud,, deceit, or misrepresentation;
(d) engage in conduct that is pre#udicial to the administration of #ustice;
(g) manifest y words or conduct, in representing a client, ias or pre#udice ased upon race, se$,
religion, national origin, disaility, age, or se$ual orientation%

Rule 4.1 Truthfulness in Statements to Others
In the course of representing a client a lawyer shall not knowingly:

(a) make a false statement of material fact or law to a third person; or
() fail to disclose a material fact when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or
fraudulent act y a client, unless disclosure is prohiited y Rule &'(,)

Rule 4.4 Respect for Rights of Third Persons
9a: in represen!in/ a "ien!, a "a0yer s%a"" no! use means !%a! %ave no purpose o!%er !%an !o
em2arrass, #e"ay, or 2ur#en a !%ir# person$

I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%is is a vio"a!ion o- S!a!e 5 Fe#era" "a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e
R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT R6L' ,;1$,<
,2IR1/** 40 0PP0*I16 P2R47 213 C0-1*/.

2 lawyer shall not:

(a) unlawfully ostruct another party!s access to evidence or unlawfully alter, destroy, or conceal
a document or other material having potential evidentiary value% 2 lawyer shall not counselor
assist another person to do any such act;
() falsify evidence, counselor assist a witness to testify falsely, or offer an inducement to a
witness that is prohiited y law;
(c) knowingly disoey an oligation under the rules of a triunal, e$cept for an open refusal
ased on an assertion that no valid oligation e$ists;

(d) in pretrial procedure, make a frivolous discovery re"uest or fail to make reasonaly diligent
effort to comply with a legally proper discovery re"uest y an opposing party;
(f) re"uest a person other than a client to refrain from voluntarily giving relevant information to
another party unless:
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3) " 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! Aaron Jones a!e# in a 2a"" an# %ain or 0%ee" an# spo3e
onspiray a"on/ 0i!% RPCS, 'ri3 Tay"or, Gre/ Arne", &ris Lyons an# Ron Caron !%a! expose#
my i#en!i!y as a rime vi!im !o !%e pu2"i even !%ou/% I #e"ivere# a on-i#en!ia"i!y no!ie
invo3in/ my rime vi!ims ri/%!s$ In -a! Aaron Jones is =uo!e# 2y someone 0%o a!!en#e# !%e
on-erene a"" !%a! Aaron Jones !o"# !%em !o no! %onor my >on-i#en!ia"i!y no!ie> an# as a resu"!
my i#en!i!y 2eame 3no0n an# " 0as ver2a""y a!!a3e# an# !%rea!ene# 0i!% p%ysia" vio"ane in
my sma"" ommuni!y$ In s%or! my on-i#en!ia"i!y no!ie 0as as -o""o0s >

CONF!"NT#$T% NOTC"
4he Plaintiff is using a fictitious name in this Complaint under rights to privacy granted y
oth 8issouri and ,ederallaw due to the sensitive nature of this case% 4herefore if the
Plaintiffs name, address, phone numer, or other specific identifying information is
disclosed y anyone to anyone, alternatively if the Plaintiffs name, address, phone numer,
or other specific identifying information is received y anyone from anyone or other place,

that disclosure will deprive the plaintiff of his right to privacy%
9 4he Plaintiff intends on retaining all rights of crime victims9
8issouri:,ederal Privacy *tatutes
8issouri ;ictims! Rights 2mendments
8issouri Constitutional Right to Privacy
,ederal Constitutional Right to Privacy
,ederal Constitutional Right to 3ue Process
<ouse =oint Resolution (>)
-nited *tates, ;ictims! Rights 2mendments
<%R% &?@? is Pulic .aw AB'B&>
4he 2dvisory Committee descried the reason for the e$tension of Rule &(@ to civil
matters as 9ovious,9 noting that:
4he need to protect alleged victims against invasions of privacy ,potential emarrassment, and
unwarranted se$ual stereotyping, and the wish to encourage victims to come forward when they
have een se$ually molested do not disappear ecause the conte$t has shifted from a
criminalprosecution to a claim for damages or in#unctive relief,
-%*% ??B, C>& n%&((AAC)(9Dith the amendments enacted y the CiviIRights 2ct of (AA(,
Congress
/$panded
Crime ;ictims! Rights 2ct
(C -%*%C% E 5??(% Crime victims! rights
(a) RI6<4* 0, CRI8/ ;IC4I8*%''2 crime victim has the following rights:
(C) 4he right to e treated with fairness and with respect for the victim!s dignity and privacy
8issouri victims Fill of rights '2rticle *ection 5@%

I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%is is a vio"a!ion o- S!a!e 5 Fe#era" "a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e
R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT 7
Rule 8.4 Misconduct
It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to:

(a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce
another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;
() commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer!s honesty, trustworthiness, or
fitness as a lawyer in other respects;

(c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation;
(d) engage in conduct that is pre#udicial to the administration of #ustice;
(g) manifest y words or conduct, in representing a client, ias or pre#udice ased upon race, se$,
religion, national origin, disaility, age, or se$ual orientation%

Rule 4.1 Truthfulness in Statements to Others
In the course of representing a client a lawyer shall not knowingly:

(a) make a false statement of material fact or law to a third person; or
() fail to disclose a material fact when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or
fraudulent act y a client, unless disclosure is prohiited y Rule &'(%)%

Rule 4.4 Respect for Rights of Third Persons
(a) in representing a client, a lawyer shall not use means that have no sustantial purpose other
than to emarrass, delay, or urden a third person%

4) " 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! Aaron Jones a!e# in a 2a"" an# %ain or 0%ee" an# spo3e
onspiray a"on/ 0i!% RPCS, 'ri3 Tay"or, Gre/ Arne", &ris Lyons an# Ron Caron !o #es!roy
evi#ene even a-!er I #e"ivere# a evi#ene %o"# no!ie$ In -a! Aaron Jones is =uo!e# 2y someone
0%o a!!en#e# !%e on-erene a"" !%a! Aaron Jones !o"# !%em !o no! %onor my evi#ene %o"#
no!ie an# no0 a"mos! ) years "a!er as I prepare !o /o !o !ria" a/ains! my a!!a3er an# persons
responsi2"e A"" prima -aie evi#ene %as no! 2een re!aine# as re=ues!e#$

I #e"ivere# !%e Li!i/a!ion %o"# no!ie !%a! in s%or! sai# !%is>
1otice to Preserve Information and to Prevent 3eletion or 3estruction of /mails or other
/lectronic and Paper ,iles Pursuant to the rules of court, the Institution is re"uired to take
allreasonale steps to identify all hard copy and digitally maintained files(e%g%, electronic
records) that contain documents thatmay e relevant to the case% 4he electronic records that must
e maintained include, ut are not limited to: electronic mail; electronic files of
alltypes(8icrosoft Dord, /$cel, 2doe, etc%);recordings of telephone calls or meetings;
voicemailmessages; video tapes, and audio tapes%,ailure to do so could result in sanctions eing
issued y the court that could seriously harm our discovery plan in the case%
4he Plaintiff insist that communications aout preservation oligations reach every custodian of
discoverale data and that such communications stress the importance of the duty to preserve,
4he Plaintiff is demanding no more than the developing law suggests is warranted% *ee, e%g%,
Guulake v% -F* Darurg ..C, 1o% >@ Civ% (@&5(*%3%1%7% =uly @>, @>>&)(9Guulake ;9)%
4herefore, it is imperative that you take allreasonale steps to prevent the automatic,
intentionalor accidentaldestruction of this information and data, including attorney'client
privileged communication%
/lectronically stored information(hereinafter 9/*l9) should e afforded the roadest possile
definition and includes (y way of e$ample and not as an e$clusive lists) potentially relevant
information electronically, magnetically or optically stored as:
3igitalcommunications(e%g%, e'mail, voice mail, instant messaging);
Dord processed documents(e%g%, Dord or Dordperfect documents and drafts);
*preadsheets and tales(e%g%, /$celor .otus (@5 worksheets);
2ccounting 2pplication 3ata(e%g%, Huickooks, 8oney, Peachtree data files);
Image and ,acsimile ,iles (e%g%, %P3,, %4I,,, %=P6, %6I, images);
*ound Recordings(e%g%, %D2; and %8P5 files);
;ideo and 2nimation(e%g%, %2;land %80; files);
3ataases(e%g%, 2ccess, 0racle, *H. *erver data, *2PP);
Contact and Relationship 8anagement 3ata(e%g%, 0utlook, 2C4I);
Calendar and 3iary 2pplication 3ata(e%g%, 0utlook P*4, 7ahoo, log tools);
0nline 2ccess 3ata(e%g%, 4emporary Internet ,iles, <istory, Cookies);
Presentations (e%g%, Powerpoint, Corel Presentations)
1etwork 2ccess and *erver 2ctivity .ogs;
Pro#ect 8anagement 2pplication 3ata;
Computer 2ided 3esign:3rawing ,iles; and,
Fack -p and 2rchivaI,iles (e%g%, Gip, %6<0)
4he Plaintiff also re"uest that deleted files that are reasonaly recoverale e immediately
undeleted% (*tone v% .ockheed 8artin Corp%, @>>A -%*% 3ist% ./JI* (@(>B)
/*I resides not only in areas of electronic, magnetic and opticalstorage media reasonaly
accessile to you, ut also in areas you may deem not reasonaly accessile% 7ou are oliged to
preserve potentially relevant evidence from oth these sources of /*I, even if you do not
anticipate producing such /*I%
4he demand that you preserve oth accessile and inaccessile /*I is reasonale and necessary%
Pursuant to amendments to the ,ederaIRules of Civil Procedure that have een approved y the
-nited *tates *upreme Court(eff% (@:(:>)), you must identify all sources of /*l you decline
toproduce and demonstrate to the court why such sources are not reasonaly accessile% ,or
good cause shown, the court may then order production of the /*I, even if finds that it is not
reasonaly accessile%
2ccordingly, even /*I that you deem reasonaly inaccessinle must e preserved in the interim so
as not to deprive the plaintiffs of their right to secure the evidence or the Court of its right to
ad#udicate the issue%
I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%is is vio"a!ion o- S!a!e 5 Fe#era""a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e
R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT7

Rule 8.4 Misconduct
It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to:
(a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce
another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;
() commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer!s honesty, trustworthiness, or
fitness as a lawyer in other respects;
(c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation;
(d) engage in conduct that is pre#udicial to the administration of #ustice;
(g) manifest y words or conduct, in representing a client, ias or pre#udice ased upon race, se$,
religion, national origin, disaility, age, or se$ual orientation%

Rule 4.1 Truthfulness in Statements to Others
In the course of representing a client a lawyer shall not knowingly:
(a) make a false statement of material fact or law to a third person; or
() fail to disclose a material fact when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or
fraudulent act y a client, unless disclosure is prohiited y Rule &'(%)%

Rule 4.4 Respect for Rights of Third Persons
(a) In representing a client, a lawyer shall not use means that have no sustantial purpose other
than to emarrass, delay, or urden a third person%
I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%is is a vio"a!ion o- S!a!e 5 Fe#era""a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e
R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT R6L' ,;1$,< FAIRN'SS TO OPPOSING PART?
AND CO6NS'L
2 lawyer shall not:
(a) unlawfully ostruct another party!s access to evidence or unlawfully alter, destroy, or
conceal a document or other material having potential evidentiary value% 2 lawyer shall not
counsel or assist another person to do any such act;

() falsify evidence, counselor assist a witness to testify falsely, or offer an inducement to a
witness that is prohiited y law;
(c) knowingly disoey an oligation under the rules of a triunal, e$cept for an open refusal
ased on an assertion that no valid oligation e$ists;
(d) in pretrial procedure, make a frivolous discovery re"uest or fail to make reasonaly diligent
effort to comply with a legally proper discovery re"uest y an opposing party;
(e) in trial, allude to any matter that the lawyer does not reasonaly elieve is relevant or that
wilmot e supported y admissile evidence, assert personal knowledge of facts in issue e$cept
when testifying as a witness, or state a personal opinion as to the #ustness of a cause, the
crediility of a witness, the culpaility of a civil litigant, or the guilt or innocence of an accused;
or

(f) re"uest a person other than a client to refrain from voluntarily giving relevant information
another party unless:
$
9@: " 2e"ieve !%a! !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! Aaron Jones a!e# in a 2a"" an# %ain or 0%ee" an#
spo3e onspiray a"on/ 0i!% RPCS, 'ri3 Tay"or, Gre/ Arne", &ris Lyons, Mar/ie Bro0n , Bi""
&ir3ey an# Ron Ca"!on !o s!ea+ ) #is on!ainin/ ,* #i--eren! vi#eos o- in!e""e!ua" proper!y$
T%ey 0ere /iven "imi!e# use o- !%e #is -or use on @;*A;+1 0i!%in Ne0 Ma#ri# oun!y Mo an#
!%ey 0ere a!!a%e# !o a "imi!e# one !ime use on!ra!$ One !%e #is 0ere s!o"en an# !a3en ou! o-
Ne0 Ma#ri# oun!y !%e onspira!ors 0ere as3e# !o re!urn !%e #is3$ Bo0ever, !%e #eman# 0as
re-use# an# !%ey never re!urne# !%e #is3$ T%e in!e""e!ua" proper!y %as 2een proper"y re/is!ere#
0i!% !%e 6ni!e# S!a!es Copyri/%! o--ie 5 !es!imoney exis! !%a! !%ere %ave 2een many opyri/%!
in-rin/emen!s$$ Se!ion @*+ o- !%e opyri/%! "a0 s!a!es !%a! anyone 0%o vio"a!es any o- !%e
ex"usive ri/%!s o- !%e opyri/%! o0ner is an in-rin/er o- !%e opyri/%! an# ri/%! o- !%e opyri/%!
o0ner$

I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%is is a vio"a!ion o- S!a!e 5 Fe#era" "a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e
R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT7

Rule 8.4 Misconduct
It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to;

(a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce
another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;

() commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer!s honesty, trustworthiness, or
fitness as a lawyer in other respects;

(c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation;

(d) engage in conduct that is pre#udicial to the administration of #ustice;
(g) manifest y words or conduct, in representing a client, ias or pre#udice ased upon race, se$,
religion, national origin, disaility, age, or se$ual orientation
%
Rule 4.1 Truthfulness in Statements to Others

In the course of representing a client a lawyer shall not knowingly:
(a) make a false statement of material fact or law to a third person; or
() fail to disclose a material fact when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or
fraudulent act y a client, unless disclosure is prohiited y Rule &'( %)

Rule 4.4 Respect for Rights of Third Persons
(a) in representing a client, a lawyer shall not use means that have no purpose other than to
emarrass, delay, or urden a third person%

6) " 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! Aaron Jones a!e# in a 2a"" an# %ain or 0%ee" an# spo3e
onspiray a"on/ 0i!% RPCS, 'ri3 Tay"or, Gre/ Arne", &ris Lyons, Mar/ie Bro0n , Bi"" &ir3ey
an# Ron Ca"!on !o reieve ,* vi#eos o- s!o"en in!e""e!ua" proper!y$ T%ey 0ere /iven "imi!e# use
o- !%e #is -or use on @;*A;+1 0i!%in ne0 Ma#ri# oun!y an# !%ey 0ere a!!a%e# !o a "imi!e# one
!ime use on!ra!$ One !%e #is 0ere s!o"en an# !a3en ou! o- Ne0 Ma#ri# oun!y !%e onspira!ors
0ere as3e# !o re!urn !%e in!e""e!ua" proper!y %o0ever !%e #eman# 0as re-use# an# !%ey never
re!urne# !%e in!e""e!ua" proper!y$$ T%e in!e""e!ua" proper!y %as 2een proper"y re/is!ere# 0i!% !%e
6ni!e# S!a!es Copyri/%! o--ie 5 !es!imoney exis! !%a! !%ere %ave 2een many opyri/%!
in-rin/emen!s$ Se!ion @*+ o- !%e opyri/%! "a0 s!a!es !%a! anyone 0%o vio"a!es any o- !%e
ex"usive ri/%!s o- !%e opyri/%! o0ner is an in-rin/er o- !%e opyri/%! an# ri/%! o- !%e opyri/%!
o0ner$
I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%is is a vio"a!ion o- S!a!e 5 Fe#era ""a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e
R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT7

Rule 8.4 Misconduct
It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to:
(a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowinalv assist or induce
another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;
() commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer!s honesty, trustworthiness, or
fitness as a lawyer in other respects;
(c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation;
(d) engage in conduct that is pre#udicial to the administration of #ustice;
(g) manifest y words or conduct, in representing a client, ias or pre#udice ased upon race,
se$, religion, national origin, disaility, age, or se$ual orientation%
Rule 4.1 Truthfulness in Statements to Others
In the course of representing a client a lawyer shall not knowingly
(a) make a false statement of material fact or law to a third person; or
() fail to disclose a material fact when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or
fraudulent act y a client, unless disclosure is prohiited y Rule &'( %)
Rule 4.4 Respect for Rights of Third Persons
(a) in representing a client, a lawyer shall not use means that have no sustantial purpose other
than to emarrass, delay, or urden a third person
acts a!out the case
On O! +A!% )*+), I 0as !%e vi!im o- a sexua" assau"! a! Ramey Supermar3e! Ne0 Ma#ri#, MO$
Gre/ Arne" ass!$ mana/er9 A ,4 year o"# ma"e %omosexua": viious"y a!!a3e# me an# %e"# me
a/ains! my 0i"" 0%i"e ru22in/ on my %es! an# -on#"in/ my nipp"e$ T%is ini#en! 0as #one in !%e
presene o- my youn/ son, 0%o 0as %orri-ie#$ Gre/ en#e# !%e rime 2y s!a!in/ !%a! %e on"y #i#
!%a! !o -ee" me up$ T%is ini#en! 0as -i"e# 0i!% !%e Ne0 Ma#ri# Po"ie #ep! 0%o opene# an
inves!i/a!ion in!o !%e ma!!er$ C%en !%e inves!i/a!in/ o--ier as3e# -or !%e seuri!y vi#eo, %e 0as
!o"# !%a! !%e seuri!y sys!em 0as 2ro3en$ Bo0ever, very =ui3"y evi#ene an# !es!imony s!a!e#
!%a! !%e seuri!y sys!em 0as no! 2ro3en a! a""$ C%en !%e inves!i/a!in/ o--ier re!urne# !o as3 -or
!%e seuri!y vi#eo, %e 0as !o"# !%a! !%ere 0as no amera on !%e is"e o- !%e a!!a3$ As a resu"! o-
!%is Gre/ Arne" s!a!e# !%a! i! 0as on"y a -rien#"y /es!ure, 0%i% in -a! i! 0as a rime$ I spen!
0ee3s !ryin/ !o /e! RPCSDRamey !o /ive !%e seuri!y vi#eo !o !%e po"ie ye! !%ey re-use# !o #o
so$ A##i!iona""y, o!%er vi!ims o- Gre/ Arne" 0ere 2ein/ !%rea!ene# an# %arasse# !o 3eep !%em
-rom par!iipa!in/ in !%e po"ie inves!i/a!ion$ As a resu"! o- !%is !%e evi#en!ia" reor# 0as s%or!
an# my a!!a3er 0as never proseu!e# -or %is a!!a3 a/ains! me$ An# as one mi/%! expe! Gre/
Arne" on!inue# %is un"a0-u" a!s more !%an +** a##i!iona" !imes a/ains! emp"oyees an#
us!omers$
On Nov )1 )*+) I #e"ivere# !o Ramey a on-i#en!ia"i!y no!ie !%a! in 2rie- sai# !%is>

4he Plaintiff intends on retaining allrights of crime victims y entering a :
8otion to proceed pseudonymously
8otion in .imine Restricting the use of any personalinformation such as name , address,
telephone numer,race employment, religious, status, se$ualorientation ,citiKenship
,marital, political, friends,family, hoies, medical, educational, criminal, financial,
credit reports, medicalreports, age, preferences , opinions, performance, aptitude,
immigration status, or any records y using the legalgrounds that these records are
irrelevant, immaterial, unreliale or unduly pre#udical and such information or evidence
would otherwise violate the court!s rules of evidence and:or the victims right to privacy%
8otion to Leep 1ame:Image 0ut of Record
8otion to Protect(place limitations on use of evidence and information)
8otion to Protect(place limitations on discovery and gathering of information or any
intrusion upon seclusion or invasion of privacy)
8otion to Close the Courtroom
8otion to 2llow for 2lternative 8ethods of 4estimony (eg% closed circuit)%
8otion to *eal Records
An# I #e"ivere# a Li!i/a!ion %o"# no!ie !%a! in s%or! sai# !%is>
1otice to Preserve Information and to Prevent 3eletion or 3estruction of /mails or other
/lectronic and Paper ,iles

Pursuant to the rules of court, the Institution is re"uired to take allreasonale steps to identify
allhard copy and digitally maintained files(e%g%, electronic records) that contain documents that
may e relevant to the case% 4he electronic records that must e maintained include, ut are not
limited to: electronic mail; electronic files of alltypes(8icrosoft Dord, /$cel, 2doe, etc%);
recordings of telephone calls or meetings; voicemailmessages; video tapes, and audio tapes%
,ailure to do so could result in sanctions eing issued y the court that could seriously harm our
discovery plan in the case
4he Plaintiff insist that communications aout preservation oligations reach every custodian of
discoverale data and that such communications stress the importance of the duty to preserve%
In "a!e Nov or ear"y De )*+) Aaron D Jones is =uo!e# !o %ave s!a!e# > DonE! 0orry a2ou! !%e
no!ies> i! a"rea#y 0en! !o our! an# !%e .u#/e !%re0 i! ou!$> 0%i% is un!rue$ As a resu"! I 0as
i#en!i-ie# in my sma""!o0n o- on"y 11** peop"e an# !%e ne0s !rave"e# "i3e 0i"#-ire$ T%e
%omosexua" i!i8ens s!ar!e# ma3in/ ommen!s !%a! I 0as an!i /ay, 0%i% I am no!$ T%e o!%er
i!i8ens on"y %ear# !%e par! !%a! I 0as invo"ve# in a %omosexua" a! an# I s!ar!e# reeivin/ !%rea!s
o- /e!!in/ 2ea! up
$
A##i!iona""y, I am !o"# an# %ave reason !o 2e"ieve !%a! Ramey #i# no! %onor !%e evi#ene %o"#
no!ie 2eause !%eir a!!orney a#vise# !%em !o no! 0orry a2ou! !%em$ By !%is poin! I opene# an
inves!i/a!ion o- my o0n an# -oun# +*F o!%er vi!ims o- Gre/ Arne" 0%o %a# a om2ine# !o!a" o-
over +*** a!!a3s -rom Gre/ Arne"$9 ) o- !%e vi!im 0ere minors:$ Many o- !%em omp"aine#
-rom Au/ )*+) -or0ar# an# !%ey 0ere -ire# -or omp"ainin/ an# or !o"# !o no! !e"" anyone an#
!%en !%ey 0ou"# %ave !%eir %ours u! an# 0ere -ore# !o =ui!$ As a resu"! o- my inves!i/a!ion Gre/
Arne" 0as %ar/e# in ases$
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On Jan (!% )*+1, +opene# a ase 0i!% !%e Missouri Commission on Buman Ri/%!s an# a! "eas! 1
o!%er vi!ims #i# as 0e""$ A##i!iona""y, a! "eas! 1 emp"oyees opene# ''OC ases$ Beause MCBR
is a on-i#en!ia" proe#ure, I %ave no! 2een a2"e !o #isuss !%e ma!!ers un!iI Ju"y ), )*+, 0%en I
re=ues!e# my ri/%! !o sue$

On June 1*, )*+, 'xeu!ive Dire!or A"isa Carren issue# a FINDING OF PROBABL' CA6S'
s!a!in/ >
Fased upon the investigation the /$ecutive director finds and determines
5) Proale cause e$ist to credit the following
a) Respondents aka( RPC*, /rick 4aylor, 6reg 2rnel, Ron Calton) se$ually harassed
Complainant ecause of his se$%
4herefore the /$ecutive director shall immediately endeavor to eliminate the unlawful
discrimatory practice
I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%ere are many a!s an# ommisions o- Aaron Jones !%a! are in
vio"a!ion o- S!a!e 5 Fe#era" "a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT
R6L' ,;+$+4
(@) the client persists in a course of action involving the lawyer!s services that the lawyer
reasonaly elieves is criminalor fraudulent;
(5) the client has used the lawyer!s services to perpetrate a crime or fraud;
8andatory Dithdrawal

M@N 2 lawyer ordinarily must decline or withdraw from representation if the client demands that
the lawyer engage in conduct that is illegalor violates the Rules of Professional Conduct or other
law% 4he lawyer is not oliged to decline or withdraw simply ecause the client suggests such a
course of conduct; a client may make such a suggestion in the hope that a lawyer will not e
constrained y a professional oligation%
I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! !%ere are many a!s an# ommisions !%a! are in vio"a!ion o- S!a!e
5 Fe#era" "a0 an# a vio"a!ion o- !%e R6L'S OF PROF'SSIONAL COND6CT R6L' ,;1$,<
FAIRN'SS TO OPPOSING PART? AND CO6NS'L
2 lawyer shall not;

(a) unlawfully ostruct another party!s access to evidence or unlawfully alter, destroy, or conceal
a document or other material having potential evidentiary value% 2 lawyer shall not counselor
assist another person to do any such act;

() falsify evidence, counselor assist a witness to testify falsely, or offer an inducement to a
witness that is prohiited y law;
(c) knowingly disoey an oligation under the rules of a triunal, e$cept for an open refusal
ased on an assertion that no valid oligation e$ists;

(d) in pretrial procedure, make a frivolous discovery re"uest or fail to make reasonaly diligent
effort to comply with a legally proper discovery re"uest y an opposing party;

(e) in trial, allude to any matter that the lawyer does not reasonaly elieve is relevant or that
wilmot e supported y admissile evidence, assert personal knowledge of facts in issue e$cept
when testifying as a witness, or state a personalopinion as to the #ustness of a cause, the
crediility of a witness, the culpaility of a civil litigant, or the guilt or innocence of an accused;
or

(f) re"uest a person other than a client to refrain from voluntarily giving relevant information to
another party unless:

the person is a relative oran employee or other agent of a client; and(@) the lawyer
reasonaly elieves that the person!s interests wilmot e adversely affected y refraining
from giving such information%
"n closing
As a i!i8en o- Missouri " am spee%"ess !%a! !%is man 0ou"# 2e appoin!e# 2y my Gov an#
"iense# 2y !%e Missouri Barr !o oversee "e/a" ma!!ers in !%is s!a!e$$ As I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i""
s%o0 !%is !%a! !%is .u#/e sen#s peop"e !o .ai" -or unpai# -ines on !%e 2en% an# on !%e si#e aep!s
money !o -ur!%er a onspiray rime spree$ Mean0%i"e, I am a vi!im o- sexua" assau"! an# o!%er
rimes an# anE! /e! .us!ie a/ains! my a!!a3er 2eause I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! Aaron
Jones a!e# in a 2a"" an# %ain or 0%ee" an# spo3e onspiray a"on/ 0i!% RPCS, 'ri3 Tay"or,
Gre/ Arne", &ris Lyons an# Ron Caron 'T AL a/ains! me an# a! "eas! +* o!%er ma"e vi!ims 0%o
%ave a om2ine# a!!a3 oun! o- over +*** a!!a3s$ T%an3s !o Aaron Jones an# o!%ers$ " 2e"ieve
!%a! Aaron Jones s%ou"# %ave respe!e# !%e "a0 an# 0en! !o our ai# a! !%e momen! %e /o!
invo"ve#$ Ins!ea# I 2e"ieve !%e -a!s 0i"" s%o0 !%a! %e ma#e %imse"- a par! o- !%e over up an#
!%ere-ore an aessory !o !%e rimes$ I expe! no0 !%a! I %ave ma#e you a0are o- !%e issues, !%a!
you 0i"" revo3e %is a2i"i!y !o 2e a .u#/e 5 a!!orney pen#in/ a sinere inves!i/a!ion in!o %is e!%is
an# invo"vemen! in !%is ma!!er$ I in!en# on pu2"ia""y as3in/ -or %is resi/na!ion an# spea3in/ !o
%im in !%e #e-en#an!s %air o- a ivi" !ria" !o ans0er -or %is invo"vemen! in ai#in/ an# a2e!!in/ my
a!!a3er an# -or %e"pin/ my a!!a3er esape .us!ie -or my a!!a3$ I %ave a"rea#y #one a very
ex!ensive inves!i/a!ion in!o !%e ma!!er an# an 2a3 up !%ese s!a!emen!s 0i!% prima -aie -a!s$
P"ease #o !%e ri/%! !%in/ in !%is ma!!er as re=uire# 2y<

Rule 8.& Reporting Professional Misconduct

(a) 2 lawyer having knowledge that another lawyer has committed a violation of the Rules of
Professional Conduct that raises a sustantial "uestion as to that lawyer!s honesty,
trustworthiness or fitness as a lawyer in other respects, shall inform the appropriate professional
authority%
() 2 lawyer having knowledge that a #udge has committed a violation of applicale rules of
#udicial conduct that raises a sustantial "uestion as to the #udge!s fitness for office shall inform
the appropriate authority%

P"ease rep"y !o !%is emai" so !%a! I 3no0 you #i# reieve i! an# 0i"" 2e inves!i/a!in/ !%e ma!!er$
?ou may on!a! me #ire! i- any!%in/ a##i!iona" is nee#e#
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