On Sun, 07 Aug 2005 18:58:50 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Keith Henson) wrote:
So far it has been a more interesting day than usual.
I finished the Robert K Schwarz interrogatory. Before faxing it to his work fax number and mailing it, I decided to give him a call and warn him it was coming.
We had a long chat about various matters.
He didn't want it served on his office or home, so he agreed to take it as an email attachment.
Not being sure email is a permitted service mode, I also mailed it off in hard copy.
I must say that certain matters he touched on made me deeply aware of just how far lawyers are removed from the rest of us. He brought up a number of points I must touch on in the extrinsic fraud motion I am bringing to the bankruptcy court.
The second thing was that the interrogatories that Ida had delivered to the Hemet court and then mailed when they were rejected came back to her by mail today.
When I started producing these things my expectations involved the people complaining to Judge Weissbrodt or refusing to answer. I never imagined people not taking a court authorized document or just returning mail.
When I asked certain people in authority if they had ever heard of such a response the answer was a resounding no.
I may have to go back to Judge Weissbrodt to get the Federal Marshall Service to help. This response certainly provides me with good reason.
PS. An interesting point someone brought up today is that under a claim of extrinsic fraud a lot of people suddenly become parties to the case.