This is what you might call a "Thanksgiving leftovers" blog post, but one good turn deserves another even if the second turn takes a little while. This year I celebrated Thanksgiving with John Foster and his wife Melony Michaels, who were the victims of identity theft in the scam at 1564 Hillside Ave. N., in which Jerry Moore was involved.
Yummy. Pass me some stuffing to enjoy along with that meaty sentence. To think what I've endured in the courts to be able to write that sentence. Involved. Jerry Moore was so involved. Click here for a never-before-published-on-the-internet affidavit in which the victims of the mortgage fraud swear to what they believe was Moore's role. If anybody knows Jerry Moore's current address or job, please drop me a line. I have a judgment to collect.
Anyway, I not only enjoyed Thanksgiving with the Foster/Michaels family but days worth of leftovers. Their civil trial concluded on December 3 and now we just wait for a verdict. Here's hoping next Thanksgiving will be a look back at overwhelming, crushing legal victories and judgments that might even be, oh, what is the word?