Potter V. Holmes
Question: “Did Cassaundra Holmes alleged to have forged the name of
Fredrick R. Potter to financial documents?”
Question: “Has Judge David H. McCormick allowed testimony and evidence of forgery into the case of Potter v. Holmes in Scott County?”
Question: “Did Judge David H. McCormick threaten Fred Potter in open court that if he tried to bring the alledged forgery up again then the judge would have him prosecuted?”
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A independent forensic handwriting expert from another state had examined documents and made the analyst that the name of Fredrick R. Potter is a forgery. Furthermore, the examination of the documents conclude that Cassaundra Holmes did forge Fredrick R. Potter’s name.
A case of fraud concerning the forgery was filed in Crawford County, Arkansas where Fred Potter resides. The case was dismissed due to the case in Scott County, Arkansas.
Judge McCormick will not allow this evidence into court. The reason given is that the judge claims that Fred Potter had testified under oath that he did sign the document. The judge has suggested the threat of perjury. The fact is that Fred Potter made a statement in deposition that the signature looked like his.
Judge McCormick can and should issue a court order staying all previous court orders and present proceedings until a full investigation is completed in the forgery and continuing fraud upon the court by Cassaundra Holmes. Failure to do so and threatening Fred Potter amounts to “Judicial Extortion.”
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the US Attorney is actively involved with investigating the case at the request of Fred Potter and his attorney. Presently the federal investigation is with a federal forensic auditor which can take up to a year to complete.
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1. Deposition of Fredrick Potter,
pg. 24 – 27 (signing trust documents at the same in Walter’s office,
date on trust and notary stamp is 10 September, 2004)
pg. 52-56 (amendment, Fred did not remember but Skinner persisted)
2. Deposition of Cassaundra Holmes.
pg. 22-23 pertaining to the One Dollar Bill of Sale document.
3. Bench Trial, September 9, 2015 Direct examination of Fred Potter
AB 116-118 (Ab 118, last paragraph states that all documents were
signed in Walters’ office was signed at the same time)
Ab 121-122 is about the amendment
Quote display on the website of Skinner Law Firm (Attorney for Cassaundra Holmes)
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