Tynessia Snoddy recently took a plea bargain, as exclusively reported here, but documents filed by the prosecutor in that case allege Snoddy was involved in the fraud at 1564 Hillside Ave. N. and a bunch of other properties. All kinds of "little fish" are named in the documents. More documents are coming.
In the Moore v. Hoff matter, my lawyer has filed a Motion For Judgment As A Matter of Law. This isn't exactly an appeal, not yet. Rather, the Motion asks the Honorable Judge to rule on the case, notwithstanding the verdict of the jury, since the verdict is alleged to be incorrect as a matter of law. We're on firm legal ground that Truth is not tortious interference with the job of a public figure at a public institution.
So the motion is filed and...
...a supporting brief is being written. Offers of help are arriving from various lawyers and there may be some amicus curie briefs, as well.
I say "You really can't have too many friends" and the word "amicus" means "friend."
The more, the merrier.
Did I happen to mention...
Repeated and specific evidence in Hennepin County District Court shows Jerry Moore was involved with a high profile, fraudulent mortgage at 1564 Hillside Ave. N.