Sanctions Sought Against Conor Corcoran By Delco Defamation Defendants –Leah Hoopes of Chadds Ford and Gregory Stenstrom of Glen Mills, seek sanctions against J. Conor Corcoran, the attorney representing James Savage in a defamation case against the pair, along with President Donald J. Trump and Rudy Giuliani.
Savage is the former Delaware County, Pa. Voting Machine Warehouse supervisor whom the defendants allege was instrumental in rigging Delco’s votes against Trump in 2020 hence giving Pennsylvania’s electoral votes to Joe Biden.
Ms. Hoopes and Stenstrom wrote The Parallel Election, one of the many places where the claim has been made.
They filed their motion for sanctions, Feb. 14, in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court.
Why Philadelphia when matters discussed are to have occurred in Delco?
Pennsylvania law says venue will be proper in the county the individual may be served or in which the cause of action arose or where the transaction or occurrence took place out of which the cause of action arose or in any other county authorized by law.
Philly is one of those “authorized by law” places.
Ms. Hoopes and Stenstrom are representing themselves.
Their motion asks that the Court enforce the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct to prevent further abuse of the Honorable Court, and protect the lives, liberty, property, and rights of Defendants.
They say Corcoran made provably false claims before the Court in written filings and oral testimony during hearings in June and November including that he had filed criminal complaints against Defendants Stenstrom and Hoopes with the FBI and Pennsylvania Attorney General. He wanted Stenstrom and Ms. Hoopes be sanctioned for tens of thousands of dollars, silenced, disarmed and saddled with a restraining order.
They say that Corcoran testified that he had made a 30-minute call with the FBI “during which he somehow failed to obtain the agent’s name or case number, nor could he recall the date or any other details of the call regarding his allegations that Defendants intended to use “incendiary devices” against Judge Erdos, Plaintiff Savage and himself.”
The motion says that Corcoran claims to have spoken with “someone” in the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office but couldn’t recall the date, or other specifics.
They point out that these allegations not merely cost them time and money to refute but endangered their lives raising the fear they could become “swatting” victims if law enforcement had been made to believe they were violent.
The defendants say that Corcoran has a history of such actions and that his victims include clients, former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams and the defendants’ former attorney Thomas Carroll.
Stenstrom And Leah Will Use Truth Defense In Election Defamation Suit –Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Michael E. Erdos is considering a request by President Donald Trump’s attorneys for a stay in the defamation suit filed against him by former Delaware County, Pa. Voting Machine Warehouse supervisor James Savage.
Trump has implied that Savage was involved in rigging the 2020 election.
The hearing was, today, Nov. 17, in Courtroom 650 in City Hall.
Attorney Mike Madaio said the stay was needed to protect the President’s 5th Amendment rights in the criminal trials he is facing.
Granting the stay would likely mean separating the case from his co-defendants former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and Delaware County poll watchers Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes, which would mean two trials.
It had been incorrectly reported that the President was dropped from the case. Judge Erdos did rule, though, that things Trump said about the Nov. 25, 2020 legislative hearing in Gettysburg, along with a tweet, couldn’t be used against him due to presidential immunity.
Granted that is much of the case.
Concerning Giuliani, Erdos ruled that because he failed respond to discovery requests from plaintiff attorney Conor Corcoran, he would be restricted in his challenges to evidence Corcoran introduces.
The most interesting part of the hearing was Stenstrom’s statement that he would rely on a truth defense. Truth is an absolute defense in defamation matters albeit it is one of the few things that it is up to the defendant to prove.
Strenstrom also read his work history which included a cyber intelligence command in the Navy, and projects with the FBI, CIA and local law enforcement. He noted that he was instrumental in forcing the resignations of a Camden, N.J. mayor and Philadelphia School Superintendent Ann Ackerman.
Stenstrom did ask for the case to be summarily dismissed because Corcoran failed to supply adequate material evidence in suit, which is a requirement in Pennsylvania law.
Stenstrom said the only material evidence presented by Corcoran was a photograph that appeared to show him sleeping during ballot counting. If Stenstrom had fallen asleep it would have meant he could have missed some of the things he said didn’t happen.
Stenstrom said Corcoran refused to provide a time and place as to when the photo was taken, and that the photo had been scrubbed of meta-data providing the information. Most damningly for Corcoran, he displayed the identification and lanyard from the photo and pointedly noted that it was from the 2022 election.
Why would Corcoran imply it was from 2020?
Feel free to surmise.
Ms. Hoopes was chastised at the start of the trial by the judge for a video that appeared on the web in which she called Corcoran some nasty names. Erdos said that even though she and Stenstrom are representing themselves they will be held to the same standards of attorneys with regard to decorum.
At the appropriate moment, she gave a blistering response noting several things Corcoran falsely said about her including calling her a terrorist and attacking her religion.
She said she had never been arrested, unlike Savage, and had never had a shady business partner, unlike Savage, who owned property with former State Rep. Margo Davidson.
Erdos agreed that Corcoran crossed the line several times and gave him the same warning he gave Ms. Hoopes.
Ms. Hoopes said Savage’s ex-wife is willing to testify to rebut Leslie Lebowitz an expert witness for Savage. Ms. Lebowitz was a key witness in a defamation suit against Trump.
She refuted Savage’s claims that they caused his heart attack by making him fearful and stressed by pointing out that he was seen protesting in Virginia outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito.
The trail is expected before summer, although whether The Donald will be a participant remains a question.
ADL Or Defaming For Power And Profit –Ashley St. Clair of BizPac Review has torn asunder the notso-Anti-defamation League.
She notes the group ostensibly dedicated to fighting antisemitism has orchestrated an advertiser boycott of Elon Musk’s X because it rescinded the ban on Donald Trump — the guy with a Jewish daughter who gave us the Abraham Accords and recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital — and refused to ban Chaya Raichik’s wonderfully mocking Libs of TikTok account.
Never mind that Ms. Raichik is an Orthodox Jew.
The ADL boycott has reportedly caused X to drop $22 billion in value and Musk is reportedly preparing a lawsuit against ADL seeking to recoup every penny.
May he bankrupt this gang of greedy liars all the way to sheol.
Indicting Mother Teresa Or 3 Felonies A Day — The average American commits three felonies a day according to Harvey Silverglate and this is due to the breadth and vagueness of our laws.
Is this on purpose?
Well, Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds speaking to Mark Levin says that prosecutors in the federal Southern District of New York played a game.
“They would pick some famous person, Mother Teresa, or John Lennon or whoever, and the game was to figure out what you could get on them,” he said. “And then, you got extra points if you picked obscure statutes, like false pretenses on the high seas, or obstructing the mail. But the outcome was always the same — jail time.”
If one of these gamesmen went over anyone’s life with a fine tooth comb they could find something indictable, convict him with a loaded jury, and with a picked judge sentence him to decades.
Stradley Ronon Sneaky Scheme Against Jeff Peterson — Jeffrey Peterson, the tech pioneer who was held dear in Arizona Democrat circles until the scales fell from his eyes and he saw the rampant stew of corruption in which he was swimming, is no stranger to this site.
Here we report on his crusade to make all Americans Linux literate, hence freeing themselves from Big Tech.
Jeff described on his Telegram channel, Aug. 20, the legal nightmare his former Democrat friends put him through and how it involved some seriously shady actions by Philadelphia legal powerhouse Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP.
And kudos to Colm Connolly, the chief judge of the United States Court for Delaware for having the wisdom and integrity to stifle the scheme against Peterson.
Here is what Jeff wrote:
Many of you know I used to be involved with the Democrats, I was friendly with the Governor of the State where I lived at the time, in Arizona and met others through her. After selling shares of the Social Network I founded, I made donations on a state and federal level to them for years because as a native of California I foolishly grew up believing, and being told “Democrats were nicer.” 🤪
Around 2016, while working on a business project with some of them, events took place that caused me to discover their corruption. We had a bad “break-up”, I walked away from them. A message was conveyed to me through more than one intermediary: because I called out their corruption, and for daring to walk away, I would be “destroyed” through the legal system. Their demeanor towards me flipped from that of long time friends, to psychopathic attackers on a war path.
The hit job was assigned to one of the most corrupt lawyers in the Democrat party, Dennis K. Burke, the top Democrat legal “fixer” in the State of Arizona, a former “prosecutor” with a well documented history of corruption, who years prior was forced to resign from his post for his involvement in Barack Obama’s “Fast and Furious” weapons trafficking scandal.
By 2021, it had been a tedious five years of legal battles, all in the context of civil (business) litigation. I had been defending myself against ridiculous, baseless accusations in at least five different courts in two states, Massachusetts and Arizona, tired but somehow I was able to keep going. Slowly, the cases dragged on, with no end in sight. Somehow, they seemed to always get “their way” at every twist and turn in every court where we faced off. At times, I felt helpless against them. I didn’t do much with my professional life during that time, unsure of where life was leading, under the relentless attack of what seemed like never ending legal “lawfare.”
All throughout that time, they were constantly trying to find a way to manipulate what was extensive, complex civil business litigation to make prior business events look “criminal,” so they could find a way to cleverly attack me with raw “brute force” using the criminal side of the legal code. It was their ultimate goal, what they were always building up to.
They wanted to have me indicted – their way of “destroying” someone. Very difficult for them to do against a guy who hasn’t had as much as a traffic ticket in twenty or more years, and considering my well documented history of professional conduct, but they kept trying to find a way, any way to manipulate the courts to achieve their underhanded goals.
Then one day it occurred to me that I should search court cases in the State of Delaware for any litigation with my name. Not sure why, but I checked anyways. And there it was: They had doctored an extensive, “criminal-looking” civil business lawsuit in federal court in Delaware, against a former employee we had both worked with, and somehow, with lengthy language, written my name in to their many pages of accusations about things that never happened, without so much as naming me as a party.
My lawyer explained it, a complicated, unconventional situation: Through lawyers at a Philadelphia law firm, they filed fanciful documents in federal court in Delaware (without telling me) that mentioned my name and all kinds of alleged “criminal” conduct but weren’t true. They wanted to doctor a judgment there to use the language on the face of that civil judgement itself as a “prop”, to swear out an indictment against me later, somewhere else, even though I had nothing to do with the Delaware case and wasn’t a party to it. It was a complicated way to manufacture a sham indictment with false facts based on “documents filed in a court”, (i.e. the sham Delaware case), meant as a “surprise attack.”
It was the final sick, underhanded manifestation of their years of efforts to harm me through legal system trickery, plain for me to see, on that Delaware court docket. My lawyer told me it would be a “one in a million” chance that the Delaware court would remove my name from the civil litigation, that eventually we would simply need to defend whatever subsequent doctored legal case that would come out of it.
I thought about it for a long time, and prayed. With some time, I became sure it was necessary to speak up about the case there in Delaware. “Impossible”, my lawyer again repeated when I told him, he said, “it’s just not possible at this stage.” But I insisted.
And so in July of 2021 we filed a long-shot Motion to Intervene in the sham litigation in the Delaware court. And that is when the words stated echoing in my head: “Go on. Follow your heart.” Those words echoed in my head, day in and out. So much so, that I had the faith to simply forget about the litigation, walk away from it, and follow my heart to finally move on with my life, right then.
The confidence from that moment, although I’d been told the possibility of my success in court was near-zero, led me to start the Jeff.pro channel, and this effort to help teach my fellow Americans how to free themselves from the worsening “big tech” abuses everyone is suffering, and how most people don’t know what to do about it.
In the Delaware federal litigation, the high-powered east coast law firm of Stradley Ronon opposed my solo practitioner lawyers’ motion to intervene. They wrote as if my motion’s denial was guaranteed, arguing there was some kind of implicit impossibility of my ability to intervene, similar to what my own lawyer had been telling me.
Fast forward to January 23, 2022. It was a calm day like any other in my world, yet I was in a place that afternoon where something told me to turn my head to a newscast that was on television. I felt inclined to look at it in a special kind of way. As I looked at the news, I noticed a report of a building that was on fire. Not thinking much about it, I went on with my day.
The next morning, I was jolted out of bed early in the morning. I didn’t hear anything, didn’t dream anything the night before. But I was jolted out of bed.
I went to my computer and checked my emails. A court order had been published on the docket of the Delaware litigation.
The court had denied my motion to intervene. But the Chief Judge of the United States Court for Delaware, Colm Connolly, wrote further that the court had permission to act on its own, sua suponte (something that almost never happens), and he did.
Judge Connoly, acting on his own, had written and filed an order admonishing the lawyers for inappropriate conduct, and ordered all forty-four paragraphs with my name struck from the sham litigation in Delaware.
In doing so, he ended what was then seven years of underhanded attacks on me by my former Democrat business partners. My “one in a million” chance of prevailing had been realized.
Then, something told me to go back and search for information about the building fire I saw on the news the day prior.
And there I was early in the morning of Janurary 24, 2023, reading an article: As I’d seen on television the day before Judge Connoly’s order, there had been a fire on the top floor of the Commerce Square Office building in Philadelphia, PA, at 2005 market street.
I looked down at my printed records, the address of the lawyers who appeared in the Delaware court to implement Dennis Burke’s sham abuse of the legal system against me, to try to have me indicted. Stradley Ronon law firm, 2005 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, 26th floor, top floor. Commerce Square Office building in Philadelphia, PA.
Chills went up my spine, goosebumps. I was not sure what it all meant or why it happened that way. Maybe the fire wasn’t some kind of message or sign, I told myself. Maybe it was the biggest coincidence ever. Yet I knew in my heart who had heard my prayers.
Their evil plans against me had been thwarted that morning, literally going down with flames at their exact address the day prior. There would be no sham attack on me any more. One by one, other cases ended or would soon end, as their entire false story about me fell apart.
My name is Jeffrey Peterson, and this is a true story about the fourth time I was saved.
I don’t know enough to know how or why it all happened this way, but this is my story.
It has been my pleasure to teach you some of the things I do know about, for the past two years.
Have a great week ahead, Friends!
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Houck Defenders Pack Chestnut Street To Witness To Feds — About 100 persons packed the sidewalk at 615 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, starting at 11 this morning, Oct.7, to call attention to the plight of the Houck family and the de facto declaration by the Biden Administration that political dissenters are enemies of the state.
The address houses the office of the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania which is leading the Mark Houck persecution.
Houck allegedly shoved anti-life activist Bruce Love in October 2021 during a dispute at a Planned Parenthood clinic. Federal law prohibits the blocking of clinics — not just abortion ones — and that’s what the feds say Houck did.
Houck says he was 50 feet away from the entrance and Love had left his station, where he was an escort, to harass his 12-year-old daughter.
Regardless, on the early morning of Sept. 23 a group of about 25 heavily armed FBI agents in a convoy of 15 vehicles arrested Houck in front of his family.
For at worst a shoving match.
Dr. William Develin, a human rights advocate, emceed the event, which he called a “public witness” and led public prayer to start things. He reminded the group that they should love their enemies.
He introduced WPHT host Dom Giordano, a strong supporter, who said that someone in the state government had to sign off on the arrested.
Was it Attorney General — and Democrat gubernatorial candidate — Josh Shapiro?
Giordano noted that Houck is being represented by Brian J. McMonagle, one of the nation’s premier defense attorneys, along with Peter Breen. He said McMonagle is doing it at a steep discount.
Giordano contrasted the treatment Houck is receiving to criminals in Philly — there have been 410 murders so far this year in the city — and Hunter Biden, who he described as a “walking example of privilege.”
He called on the remaining good agents in the FBI to act and stifle the erosion of civil liberty.
Ashley Garecht of Pro Life Union of Philadelphia described how she and her teenaged daughters were harassed by State Rep. Brian Sims (D-182) at a demonstration and Sims went so far as to doxx the young girls.
“Nothing happened to Sims,” she said.
She said the Houck raid was the result of Joe Biden’s hellish rant at Independence Hall on Sept. 1 in which he said half the country “represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our Republic.”
She said a fundraising campaign she started has raised $300,000 for the Houcks.
Patrick Stanton of the same group described the vandalism that has occurred at Catholic churches in the city and mocked the FBI for lack of arrests. The crowd joined him in the mocking.
The event was observed by city police and uniformed officers of the Department of Homeland Security, and who knows what else.
Peter Breen described how he made several offers to have Houck surrender voluntarily. He also said that if they wanted to arrest him he could have him appear in a convenient public spot to spare his family.
Wasn’t going to happen. Stasi gonna Stasi.
Breen said that he was surprised at the blackout of the event in the local media.
He said the charges have no basis and every new fact he finds is in his client’s favor.
Kathy Barnette, who finished strong in the GOP Senate primary in May, passionately expressed anger at what was happening to this nation,.
“The issue of defending life is not a Republican issue,” she said. “It’s about defending truth.”
She said there were far more people like her than not.
She gave a shout out to a woman holding a sign saying “Atheist/Progressive/Pro Life”. The woman was found to be Terrisa Bukovinac, the founder of Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising.
Ms. Barnette said the federal government has been weaponized and the battle isn’t going to be easy.
“It’s going to cost us something for standing up for truth,” she said.
She noted that we should not expect a hero to save us.
“If you are sitting waiting for someone, it is you,” she said.
FBI whistleblower Steve Friend was scheduled to attend but did not.
The FBI wouldn’t allow him said Rev. Patrick Mahoney of the Christian Defense League.
Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale was recognized from the podium for his presence.
Kenneth Stracuzzi of Hope for Pa led group prayer prior to the official start of the event.
Houck Defenders Pack Chestnut Street To Witness To Feds
Houck Supporters To Gather At U.S. Attorney’s Office Friday — Citizens and national leaders will gather, 11 a.m., Friday, Oct. 7, at the office of the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 615 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19106, to protest the FBI banana-republic raid of Mark Houck.
The raid occurred the early morning of Sept. 23 and involved about 25 heavily armed FBI agents and 15 vehicles.
Houck, a pro-life activist, is accused of shoving anti-life activist Bruce Love in October 2021 during a dispute at a Planned Parenthood clinic. The feds say he violated the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which makes it a federal crime to use force with the intent to injure, intimidate and interfere with anyone because that person produces reproductive health care.
Houck says Love was harassing his 12-year-old daughter and the dispute was not about clinic access.
Houck was arrested in front of his family. His lawyer had months earlier contacted the feds and said Houck was willing to voluntarily surrender.
Emceeing the event will be WPHT talk radio host Dom Giordano. Among those scheduled to speak will be Dr. William Develin, international human rights advocate; Ashley Garecht, a pro-lifer harassed at Planned Parenthood by Rep. Brian Sims in 2020; Patrick Stanton, of Pro-Life Union, the offices of which were vandalized about what the feds have yet to investigate; FBI whistleblower Steve Friend, who was suspended after reporting political SWAT raids in Chicago; former Senate candidate Kathy Barnette; Rev. Patrick Mahoney of the Christian Defense League; and Peter Breen of Thomas More Society who is Houck’s lawyer.
Houck Supporters To Gather At U.S. Attorney’s Office Friday
The charge is politically motivated. Bunny was a big booster of Donald Trump and has been in several photographs seated or standing next to the great man. The charge was levied by the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office headed by partisan hack and shameless corporatist Josh Shapiro.
So what exactly was this vile thing Bunny did? This valuable bauble she took to allow her to luxuriate in ill-gotten splendor?
Bunny as sheriff created and ran the Chester County K-9 unit. It was mostly funded through non-government sources. The allegation of theft is based on the claim she had deputies help with some of the fundraising while on duty and that one of the deputies used K-9 money for a vet bill for a family pet.
That this is a media scandal shows the twisted — and yeah, evil — philosophy that guides the establishment mouthpieces. That she has been vengefully charged with a crime shows that those who hate the president — and his supporters — are tyrants in waiting.