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Report Welfare Fraud & Corrupt Utah Lawyers: Call Utah Fraud Hot-line

Welfare Recipient has two $300 per hour Attorneys Working for Her.

Welfare Recipient has two $300 per hour Attorneys Working for Her.

When it was reported that Alyssa Alanis and Kelly Peterson were being sued under Utah RICO laws for alleged conspiracy, fraud, perjury, prostitution, etc., another very important aspect of the case went ignored. Welfare Fraud.

People in Utah work hard to pay their taxes, sometimes they need help from the State in the form of Welfare Assistance. There is nothing wrong with that. It is unlikely, however, that your average person on public assistance could afford a $300 per hour attorney to represent them in a divorce. Even more unlikely they could also contract with an additional attorney that charges $300 per hour in a Civil Case. That is two Attorneys on retainer at the same time, while collecting Welfare benefits.

If an individual can spend $600 per hour on high cost attorneys, how can they also be eligible for Food Stamps and other public assistance? Alyssa Alanis, now being sued under RICO, and her attorneys, Kelly Peterson and Mark Stubbs have some explaining to do to the people of Utah that pay her welfare benefits.

This isn’t our opinion, its the law.

Asset Limit (Utah Welfare Law)

“You can have no more than $2,000 in assets in order to qualify for financial assistance. This means you may have personal and non-excluded land, houses, buildings, and trailer homes that have value up to $2,000 and still receive assistance. You have up to nine months to sell real property on which you are not living.”

Lump Sum Problems

“If you receive a large sum of money while you are on financial assistance, DWS will declare you ineligible for the month you receive the payment. If you spend down the lump sum below the asset limit by the next month, you can re-qualify for benefits. If you expect to receive a lump sum, you may want to ask DWS to close your case for the month in which you will receive the payment. This will help you avoid an overpayment.”

Lump Sum  appearances in Alyssa Allanis’s account  also raises issues of Tax Fraud as well as Welfare Fraud, if they were not reported. Again, this is not our opinion.

Reporting and Record Keeping

 “it is important that you make timely and accurate reports of all changes in circumstances that might possibly affect your eligibility. An overpayment may occur if you fail to report changes in your circumstances. Additionally, you may be disqualified and face fraud charges which could also subject you to criminal prosecution.”

What if, as the lawsuit alleges, Kelly Peterson gave Alyssa Allanis his legal services for sexual favors? Or, if he or someone else is paying to defend her in the RICO lawsuit? The law states, “Payments made to a third party for your benefit (such as someone paying a bill you owe);” is considered unearned income and if nor reported, is Welfare Fraud. In kind services also need to be reported on your Tax Return.

NOW YOU CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!

Report Alyssa Alanis, Kelly Peterson and Mark Stubbs by calling the Utah Welfare Fraud Hotline:

“To reach the fraud hotline where callers can leave anonymous information regarding possible incidents of fraud, 7 days a week, 24 hours per day, call

(800) 955-2210. 

New Bar Complaint Exposes Another Utah Lawyer

This was filed with the Utah Bar Association. The problem is you have lawyers disciplining lawyers. That is like a shark disciplining a fellow shark. The system needs elected citizens, not appointed, to investigate corruption in Utah. A civilian Board free from lawyers to represent the public. It used to be the Grand Jury system fulfilled that role. Its time for the people of Utah to stop lawyer abuse.

Here is the Complaint:

Attn Billy Walker, Terrie McIntosh and John Baldwin of the Utah Bar

I wish to register an informal complaint under Article 5 Chapter 14 from the Judicial Council Rules of Judicial Administration against Mark Stubbs, Fillmore Spencer-
3301 N University Ave, Provo, UT 84604

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;

(b) 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 prejudicial to the administration of justice;

(e) state or imply an ability to influence improperly a government agency or official or to achieve results by means that violate the Rules of Professional Conduct or other law; or

(f) knowingly assist a judge or judicial officer in conduct that is a violation of applicable rules of judicial conduct or other law.

In addition, I include your own Opinion on Ethics…

What are the ethical obligations of an attorney who, unaware his client will lie, hears the client commit perjury or otherwise materially mislead a tribunal?

2 Opinion: Counsel who knows that a client has materially misled the court may not remain silent and continue to represent the client; to do so would be “assisting” the client in committing a fraud on the court. Rather, counsel is obligated to remonstrate with the client and attempt to persuade the client to rectify the misleading or untruthful statements to the court. If this is unsuccessful, counsel must seek to withdraw. If withdrawal is denied, counsel must disclose the fraud to the court.

All the documents you need to establish the facts I am presenting to you are filed with the Court under Case #134401990 and Case #160400590.

FACT 1:  I am litigating against Alyssa Alanis in Case #160400590 for Perjury and Making False Statements to the Court in Case #134401990 and Case #160400590 among other issues. I have documented the following False Statements to the Court made by Miss Alanis:

1. “I did not Assault Chris Drockton, he assaulted me.”  This falsehood was again repeated under Mark Stubbs representation, and he included it in his Complaint Response.

2. The facts are Miss Alyssa Alanis was cited by the Spanish Fork Police for Assault and Domestic Violence. She was then prosecuted by the City of Spanish Fork for Assault and Domestic Violence and She was convicted of Assault and Domestic violence by the Court. She now has Assault and Domestic Violence on her record. You will find all the supporting documentation in the complaints filed above.

3. Chris Drockton was NOT cited for anything. In fact, the arresting officer noted that Alyssa Allanis had NO INJURIES, all medical tests were negative showing she had NO INJURIES and Chris had numerous physical injuries from Miss Allanis.

FACT 2: 
Attorney Mark Stubbs has been notified of these falsehoods and no corrective action has been taken as required by your own Ethics Commission and Utah State Law.  In fact, he has continued to deny any responsibility in this matter.

FACT 3: The Court has issued subpoenas on Miss Alanis dealing with our lawsuit which seeks to establish that she paid for her attorney fees through a sexual relationship with her former attorney. Attorney Mark Stubbs has declared that all of her personal financial information, including bank statements and cancelled checks to her attorney are privileged, a direct violation of Utah Law, which states that ALL financial records are public.

FACT 4: I have recommended that Mr. Stubbs resign from the case do to the ethics violations and he has refused. This is a direct conflict with your own Ethics Committee regulations.

FACT 5: Mr. Stubbs has repeatedly violated State Service requirements, claiming he has not received documents we have a signature requirement on, with his office’s signature. Also, violating timelines on document filings.

Conclusion:
These are serious ethical concerns that merit a criminal investigation and action taken by the Utah Bar Association. Because the case in point is a RICO lawsuit, it brings up the issue of a possible conspiracy to subvert justice and deny me and others are Constitutional Rights. I am considering a RICO lawsuit against all parties involved that neglect to do their duty under the law. I hope the Utah Bar Association does its duty.

Signed:

Paul A Drockton M.A.
Attorney Pro-Se
Representing Self

Utah Lawyer Should Be Prosecuted

Accused of Making Multiple False Statements to the Courts.

Alyssa Alanis is Accused of Making Multiple False Statements to the Courts. She now Faces Perjury Charges.

Kelly Peterson has been reported to the Utah Bar for allegedly knowingly suborning Perjury from Alyssa Alanis

Kelly Peterson has been reported to the Utah Bar for allegedly knowingly suborning Perjury from Alyssa Alanis. He also allegedly did not resign from the case and could be held to be complicit in her alleged frauds.

 

 

 

 

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Following is from the Bar Association Ethics Panel:

Issue:

What are the ethical obligations of an attorney who, unaware his client will lie, hears the client commit perjury or otherwise materially mislead a tribunal?

2 Opinion: Counsel who knows that a client has materially misled the court may not remain silent and continue to represent the client; to do so would be “assisting” the client in committing a fraud on the court. Rather, counsel is obligated to remonstrate with the client and attempt to persuade the client to rectify the misleading or untruthful statements to the court. If this is unsuccessful, counsel must seek to withdraw. If withdrawal is denied, counsel must disclose the fraud to the court.

3 Facts
: This issue came to the Committee in the narrow setting of a criminal sentencing hearing in which the court asks the lawyer’s client, who is not under oath, about the client’s prior criminal history. The defendant misleads the court and gives false material information that counsel knows to be untruthful. Counsel is now confronted with ethical considerations.

Analysis:
A. Counsel may not remain silent and continue to represent the client; to do so would be “assisting” the client in committing a fraud on the court.

4 Rule 3.3(a)(2) provides that “[a] lawyer shall not knowingly . . . fail to disclose a material fact to a tribunal when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or fraudulent act by the client.”1The issue on the facts presented here is whether a lawyer, by remaining silent in response to unanticipated false client testimony not presented by the lawyer, is “assisting” the client in committing a fraud on the court.

5 Ethical dilemmas arising under Rule 3.3 present difficult issues requiring balancing of competing duties. A lawyer’s duty of candor to the court must be balanced against the duty of loyalty to and zealousness on behalf of a client and the duty to maintain confidential client information.2

6 After the adoption of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct by the American Bar Association, the ABA’s Committee on Professional Ethics reconsidered its prior opinions regarding a lawyer’s duties in response to false testimony by a client. In ABA Formal Opinion 87-353, the ABA Committee stated that Model Rules 3.3(a) and 3.3(b) were a “major policy change with regard to a lawyer’s duty . . . when his client testifies falsely. It is now mandatory under [Model Rule 3.3] for a lawyer who knows the client has committed perjury, to disclose this knowledge to the tribunal if the lawyer cannot persuade the client to rectify the perjury.”3That opinion considered the same facts presented here: “judge asks the defendant whether he has a criminal record and he falsely answers that he has none.”4The opinion states that “where the client has lied to the court about the client’s criminal record, the conclusion of Opinion 287 [decided in 1953 under the 1908 Canons of Professional Ethics] that the lawyer is prohibited from disclosing the client’s false statement to the court is contrary to the requirement of Model Rule 3.3. This rule imposes a duty on the lawyer, when the lawyer cannot persuade the client to rectify the perjury, to disclose the client’s false statement to the tribunal . . . .”5

BYU Law School and Utah County Injustice

As we continue to report on malfeasance, misfeasance and total disregard for the written law in Utah County we have found something that links all the alleged conspirators together. They all graduated from Brigham Young University Law School!

Kelly Peterson: Currently stands accused of violating the RICO law, including charges of promoting prostitution, suborning perjury, fraud etc. etc. Mr. Peterson is a graduate of BYU LAW SCHOOL! (A fact he has since deleted from his website!)

If covering up alleged crimes is what they teach at BYU, then it appears that everyone involved here graduated with honors. In fact, it seems that every Judge that serves Utah County is connected through the BYU Alumni Association.

PRESIDING JUDGE DAVID N. MORTENSEN

Presiding Judge of the Utah 4th Judicial Court, DAVID N. MORTENSEN graduated from BYU Law School.  Judge Mortensen graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 1993. He is an adjunct professor at the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University.  We wonder if he taught Kelly Peterson’s course on ethics!

JUDGE JENNIFER A. BROWN

JUDGE JENNIFER A. BROWN who replaced Mortensen on the Kelly Peterson RICO case is also a graduate of BYU Law School!! Judge Brown received a Juris Doctor degree from Brigham Young University‘s J. Reuben Clark Law School. 5/15.  How do you avoid a conflict of interest when you are presiding over a fellow BYU Alumni like Kelly Peterson???

JUDGE CHRISTINE S. JOHNSON

JUDGE CHRISTINE S. JOHNSON, who appears to be the next judge who will preside over the Kelly Peterson RICO Lawsuit is another BYU Law Graduate!!! Judge Johnson received her Juris Doctor in 1996 from the J. Reuben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University.  Interestingly enough, She was employed as the assistant city attorney and city prosecutor at Spanish Fork City from 2003 until her appointment to the bench. Spanish Fork should have prosecuted Peterson’s co-defendant in the case, Alyssa Alanis, for fraud when she got a taxpayer funded lawyer for her criminal case while retaining a $300 lawyer for her divorce case. Did Peterson call in a few favors on this one???

There are 11 Judges in the 4th District Court. ALL ELEVEN JUDGES graduated from BYU Law School!!!!     (LINK)

Under Rule 29, Conflict of Interest it states:

(d)(1) In the courts of record, if a party believes that a fair and impartial trial cannot be had in the court location or in the county where the action is pending, that party may move to have the trial of the case take place with a jury from another county or the case transferred to a court location in a county where a fair trial may be held. Such motion shall be supported by an affidavit setting forth facts.

Do BYU grads get preferential treatment in Utah County Courts? It appears that all the BYU Law School Grads stick together. Even when the innocent people they persecute and deny justice to are members of the same Church.

Apparently, not all Mormons are created equal. Some are definitely more equal than others. Bring on the Feds. Every one of this Court’s Cases should be reviewed for bias.

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Judge Makes Illegal Ruling Before Resigning from RICO Case

PRESIDING JUDGE DAVID N. MORTENSEN

Judge David Mortensen

4th District PRESIDING JUDGE

You may feel that when you go before a Judge, you are entitled to unbiased decision making that won’t violate the law, or your Constitutional Rights. However, when you challenge a lawyer for unethical and potentially illegal behavior in Utah County, it really is you against them.

That is the definition of a conspiracy.

Under Utah’s RICO Act it specifically states:

The  court may not enter any order that would amount to a prior restraint on the exercise of an  affected party’s rights under the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, or  Article I, Sec. 15 of the Utah Constitution.

For those that don’t know, the 1st Amendment of the US Constitution is Freedom of Speech and the Press.  In other words, NO GAG ORDERS!

Here is the Utah Constitution:

Article I, Section 15 [Freedom of speech and of the press — Libel.]
No law shall be passed to abridge or restrain the freedom of speech or of the press. In all criminal prosecutions for libel the truth may be given in evidence to the jury; and if it shall appear to the jury that the matter charged as libelous is true, and was published with good motives, and for justifiable ends, the party shall be acquitted; and the jury shall have the right to determine the law and the fact.

Yet, that didn’t stop Judge David Mortensen from Signing off on a Motion to classify the case against Kelly Peterson and Alyssa Allanis (Case#160400590) as private, right before resigning from the case.

This by itself is grounds for the Feds to step in. Yet, adding to his questionable behavior, the same Judge signed off on the Order before the Plaintiffs even had a chance to respond to the request! Immediately after it was filed!

After being challenged on this gross miscarriage of justice, Judge Mortensen revoked his ruling, let the Plaintiffs respond, and then resigned from the case!

Judge Mortensen is the PRESIDING Judge over the entire 4th District Court! No one knows why he resigned from the Case. Normally, it denotes a conflict of interest.

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Alleged Utah RICO Victim Asks for Help!

Dear Sirs:  I feel that my life and the life of my son are now in danger due to my exposure of a secret cabal of Judges and Lawyers in Utah County. I have filed the following with the Utah Bar Association. If anything happens to me or my family, please note that it was not an accident! It will be a direct result of challenging this group of criminals in Utah!

Attn Billy Walker, Terrie McIntosh and John Baldwin of the Utah Bar

I wish to register an informal complaint under Article 5 Chapter 14 from the Judicial Council Rules of Judicial Administration. I also believe that theAttorney in question is a threat to the public and should be temporarily suspended until a final decision is reached by your Ethics Committee. I am litigating against the attorney, Kelly Peterson for what seem to be clear violations of the Ethics Code of Attorneys in Utah:

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;

(b) 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 prejudicial to the administration of justice;

(e) state or imply an ability to influence improperly a government agency or official or to achieve results by means that violate the Rules of Professional Conduct or other law; or

(f) knowingly assist a judge or judicial officer in conduct that is a violation of applicable rules of judicial conduct or other law.

Comment

1. I and my son wrote a check to Attorney Kelly Peterson-Provo, in the amount of $1500 to represent my son and his then wife in a custodial matter involving his then wife’s child with another father. During the interview with my son and his now ex-wife, Mr. Peterson probed about my son’s relationship with his then wife. My son also noted that improper contact and initiated by Kelly Peterson with his then wife.

2. To my son’s surprise, after he had contracted with Kelly Peterson for representation, he received a notice from Mr. Peterson and Alyssa Alanis that Mr. Peterson was representing Alyssa in her divorce against my son! This is a clear violation of Rule 1.7. Conflict of Interest: Current Clients. which states

(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b), a lawyer shall not represent a client if the representation involves a concurrent conflict of interest. A concurrent conflict of interest exists if:

(a)(1) The representation of one client will be directly adverse to another client; or

(a)(2) There is a significant risk that the representation of one or more clients will be materially limited by the lawyer’s responsibilities to another client, a former client or a third person or by a personal interest of the lawyer.

(b) Notwithstanding the existence of a concurrent conflict of interest under paragraph (a), a lawyer may represent a client if:

(b)(1) the lawyer reasonably believes that the lawyer will be able to provide competent and diligent representation to each affected client;

(b)(2) the representation is not prohibited by law;

(b)(3) the representation does not involve the assertion of a claim by one client against another client represented by the lawyer in the same litigation or other proceeding before a tribunal; and

(b)(4) each affected client gives informed consent, confirmed in writing

When asked for a refund of our $1500, for which we received no representation from Kelly Peterson, Kelly Peterson declined to refund the money. He also declined to withdraw from the divorce case in which he was representing my son’s ex-wife. Again, a clear violation of rule 1.7.  and 1.5 which states:

“(b) The scope of the representation and the basis or rate of the fee and expenses for which the client will be responsible shall be communicated to the client, preferably in writing, before or within a reasonable time after commencing the representation… Not refunding the fee amounts to theft by deception.

3. Again, to my son’s surprise, Kelly Peterson submitted various accounts of the same incident involving an Assault/Attempted Murder in order to fraudulantly attempt to obtain a restraining order, gain custody and prejudice the Court against my son. In fact, Alyssa Alanis was prosecuted and convicted of Assault and Domestic violence. This amounts to suborning perjury. Another violation:

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

(b) Fail to disclose a material fact, when disclosure is necessary to avoid assisting a criminal or fraudulent act by a client, unless disclosure is prohibited by Rule 1.6.

We could not understand Kelly Peterson’s emotional attachment to Alyssa Alanis, nor his willingness to suborn perjury in every instance where it was expedient. Even more perplexing was the fact that Miss Allanis told the criminal court she was indigent and unable to afford legal services, while retaining Mr. Peterson, a reported $300 per hour divorce attorney. Again, this is a violation, and amounts to assisting with welfare fraud, criminal fraud etc.. Miss Allanis is a Welfare recipient as well.

When Miss Alanis falsely accused my son of giving her Herpes to fraudulantly obtain custody, we could not help but note that Me. Kelly Peterson often came to court with a rather large cold sore above his lip, one of the symptoms of herpes.  My son was tested for STDs and all tests were negative.

Based on all of our observations, and Miss Allanis’s apparent status as a welfare recipient, we could not help but conclude that she was getting her services from Kelly Peterson for free, a fact he never disclosed to any of the Courts. We have also been denied repeatedly in our attempts to get documents of his billing her or cancelled checks. We can only believe that Kelly Peterson is involved in an extra-marital affair with his client and giving her free legal representation.

To add salt to the wound he tried to have my son, imprisoned on a contempt charge which was thrown out by the Commissioner. We have been severely victimized by this legal embarassment that calls himself an Attorney.

We have also filed a CIVIL RICO lawsuit against Mr. Peterson and Miss Allanis, but, as long as he continues to practice law, he is a threat to others and should be suspended from the Utah Bar. We are willing to submit any documents you may require. We expect you will turn this into a formal inquiry and launch your own investigation based on the seriousness of the charges.

BTW. IN open Court, Kelly Peterson bragged about his influence over Commissioner Patton. Another violation of your professional standards. I could go one, but I am sure you will find more instances of violations through your own investigations.

We are to the point where we are seriously considering Civil  Federal Racketeering Charges against everyone that has aided and abetted Kelly Peterson in covering up this gross miscarriage of justice. We hope we don’t have to add the Utah Bar to our list of perpetrators.

Sincerely:

Paul A Drockton M.A.

Pro-Se Litigant

State of Utah

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Brexit Means Nothing Without Debt Repudiation

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“In 2015, the UK’s full membership fee would have been £17.8 billion. However, Britain doesn’t pay that full fee.

Because of a deal negotiated by Margaret Thatcher in 1984, Britain gets a “rebate”, an annual reduction in contributions.

Last year, that rebate reduced our contribution to £12.9 billion. That’s around £200 for every person in the UK.

For context, that is more than the annual budget of the Home Office, which spends about £9 billion a year. It’s around a tenth of the budget for the NHS in England. It’s also enough to reduce the basic rate of income tax by 3p in the pound.” (Source)

Clearly, Great Britain gets a lot less out of the EU than it puts in:

They contributed 17 billion pounds in 2015 and only got back 6.3 billion pounds. In other words, they paid almost 11 billion pounds for another layer of useless bureaucracy.

More importantly, they also took on all of the debt obligations of the European Union.. estimated at over 14 trillion dollars. (See EU Report)

Thus, the Brits assumed debt obligations for all the failing economies of Europe. The only winners were the Central Banks, who suckered the Brits and other prosperous EU nations to co-sign on failing economies and their debts.

Now, what remains to be seen is whether Great Britain will repudiate EU debt completely. Of course this can be done by referendum just like the Brexit vote. Repudiation would save England more than any other action at this point.

Otherwise, leaving the EU and keeping the debt is as is as insignificant as divorcing your kids but co-signing on their house. Meaningless.

Is Donald Trump a Successful Businessman?

In politics, opponents like to emphasize the negative and ignore the positive. Now we see Donald Trump being lambasted for his business failings. What most people that never built a business don’t realize, is that you must fail your way to the top.

Take Warren Buffet, who lost $200 billion dollars when he bought a company called Berkshire Hathaway. At the time Berkshire Hathaway was a textile Mill.

And then there is Mitt Romney, arch-nemesis of Donald Trump who saw 22% of Bain Capital’s investments go bankrupt while he was its leader. As one researcher put it: “Trump has 515 subsidiary companies that he owns. Trump has also had more successful companies than just those 515 that he has sold, but let’s just use that number anyway. So at most Trump has had around 9 failed or bankrupt businesses, that puts his success rate at 98.3%.”

The reality is that 90% of new start-ups fail. So anyone with an 11% success rate starting companies is above average. Its the perils of a global marketplace where it can take months or years to get a product into production, after the demand for it has disappeared.

Trump is successful because he sticks to his core business, which is Real Estate,

“The majority of Trump’s fortune is derived from real-estate holdings that include a partnership with Vornado Realty Trust in Manhattan’s 1290 Sixth Ave. and 555 California St. in San Francisco; resorts such as the Mar-a-Lago and Trump Doral resorts in Florida; and Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York, according to the Bloomberg index. Other properties include Turnberry in Scotland and Doonbeg in Ireland, both golf courses.” (Bloomberg)

The great thing about golf courses is that they can be easily turned into housing developments. Bloomberg estimates Trump’s wealth at 2.6 billion. Not where Berkshire Hathaway is, but hardly a failure.

In the end, business success is measured by an increase in net worth, not by failures or successes. As long as you are worth more this year than last year, you are successful.

Have Utah Courts Sentenced Innocent Woman to Death by Ex?

 

FROM: FOX 13 Utah

PROVO, Utah — A Provo woman is living in fear because she believes when her ex-husband gets out of jail, he will kill her. She said the criminal justice system has failed her.

“I can’t tell you how many times he’s told me that he wants to kill me, and he’s told me how he’s going to kill me, and how long I’ll have to suffer,” Heather Wolsey said.

Wolsey said her wedding day was one of the last times she felt safe. She said for the past 20 years she has been in a physically abusive relationship with her now ex-husband, Ronald Wayne Wolsey.

“I had a protective order in 2012, it was issued in the state of New York, I then moved out here, when he was released from jail there he followed me out here, and honestly I don’t know how many times he’s broken it,” Heather Wolsey said.

Despite piles of domestic violence charges against him, Heather said her ex-husband has never spent more than six consecutive months in jail, and, every time he gets out, he goes after her.

“I just don’t feel like I’m being heard, and that terrifies me,” Wolsey said. “And I want him to leave me alone and he’s not.”

Raymond Wolsey is currently in the Utah County Jail, after pleading guilty last month to violating a protective order and stalking, which are both felonies.

According to the prosecutor in the case, after you count time served, he could be released as early as his sentencing date on July 14.

“I fear retribution, I feel that he is going to kill me,” said Heather Wolsey. “I never would have pressed these charges, I never would have done that, why would I want to piss off my abuser, why would I want to make the freakin’ devil angry?”

The Provo Police Department’s Victim Assistants program tries to help and protect people like Heather every day.

“She has consistently told me that she is afraid for her life,” said Victims’ Advocate, Mary Ellis. “Unfortunately, her story is not uncommon. They’re very frustrated, they are very upset, and they are all very concerned about their safety.”

The Provo Police Department offers a victim assistant line for anyone who is in need of support: 801-852-6375.

“We try to do everything we can to assure them that we will keep working on their case, that we are here to support them,” Ellis said.

FOX 13 reached out to Raymond Whayne Wolsey’s public defender, but she did not return our calls.

There is more to the story. It has been reported that her abusive ex’s father made it one of his last requests to ruin this woman’s life. He reportedly left up to one million dollars with an attorney to harass poor Heather and his grandchildren. If true, it explains how her ex-husband might be buying his way out of the Justice system in Utah County.

Only an FBI investigation can get to the bottom of this Utah County Cesspool. Contact them

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IF YOU ARE BEING VICTIMIZED BY UTAH COUNTY’S PERVERTED FORMS OF JUSTICE PLEASE CONTACT US USING THE LINK ABOVE. WE WANT YOUR STORY!

Wolves Overrun Utah County. Where are the Feds?

Kelly Peterson and his Client, Alyssa Alanis, are being sued under RICO Act

Kelly Peterson and his Client, Alyssa Alanis, are being sued for Racketeering in Utah.

As we continue to investigate a rare RICO event in Utah (Only a few have cases have been filed using the racketeering law), we can’t help but wonder how so many blatant violations of the laws of the state could have possibly been overlooked by law enforcement, judges and the Utah Bar Association.

In essence, it appears that ignorance of law, and relying on legal representation in Utah County Family Court, could very well be the definition of being fleeced. Like paying someone to beat you up. Not because you like it, but because they are afraid of offending the other members of their gang, and you are an outsider. The only value you have to these people is your checkbook.

It starts with a lawyer taking a check from you to represent you in a family matter. Then, said lawyer instead uses your money as a down payment for your wife to divorce you. Kelly Peterson, a Utah Attorney licensed to practice Family Law,  took the check, and then refused to return the money to the client, who thought he was paying for help in a totally unrelated matter.

After the victim asked his new lawyer to do something about it, that same lawyer resigned and returned all legal fees. Consider it a preventive way to avoid a malpractice lawsuit.

The victim then contracted with a second lawyer, who also refused to report or litigate over the ethics violation. That attorney, from a very large law firm, ended up resigning from said law firm and left the victim without representation. Not that it matters, the very little representation he provided was virtually worthless in the first place.

Finally, you contract with a third lawyer, who states he will only pursue the case if you drop the ethics violation. Uneducated in the ways of Utah lawyers, you agree. This, of course, is a violation of Utah Law, which states: “A lawyer may not request that a present or former client refrain from filing or participating in a bar complaint as a condition to settling disputes between the client and the lawyer.” (Link)

The same law states: “In the context of settling civil litigation a lawyer for one party demands as a condition of settlement that the lawyer for the opposing party agree to forgo filing or participating in a bar complaint.” (Link)

In addition, we learn that it is actually the lawyer’s responsibility to notify the proper law enforcement authority of the ethics violation:

“Rule 8.3 of the Rules of Professional Conduct requires that a lawyer who has knowledge[3] “that another lawyer has committed a violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct that raises a substantial[4] question as to that lawyer’s honesty, trustworthiness or fitness as a lawyer in other respects shall[5] inform the appropriate professional authority” (emphasis added). Accordingly, Rule 8.3(a) would preclude a lawyer from agreeing to refrain from filing or participating in a meritorious bar complaint.”

Throw in the failure to report perjury and suborning perjury from a material witness and you end up with no law at all. There comes a point when the “good ol’ boys” club becomes the Sons of Anarchy or the Sopranos.

This is just the first article in this series that exposes the abuses of Utah County’s legal system. If you are outraged, or have been victimized, please notify the State Attorney General.

If you are not outraged yet, don’t worry, this is the least of their alleged crimes.

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