Attorney's Fraud Upon The Court Against a Veteran
Disclaimer: The following article was published by Veteran On Veteran and syndicated.
Veteran on Veteran has obtained the motion filed April 4, 2019 by Skinner Law Firm in the Arkansas 15th Judicial Circuit Court in Scott County, Arkansas.
Skinner Law Firm
2 Town Square St, Greenwood, AR 72936
The motion was filed in the case of Potter V. Holmes. Fred Potter is the 89 year old Korean War Veteran that has been stripped of his assets and military honors by Judge David H. McCormick. The case is based upon forgery and fraud by Potter’s niece and family. There is an active federal investigation and is now in the hands of a forensic auditor. See addition information of this case at: https://justiceforfredpotter.com.
Jack Skinner, attorney for Potter’s niece, had filed the motion and made allegations that are not true and fringes upon the 2nd Amendment of The United States Constitution. Freedom of Speech and a free press.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”
In the motion Jack Skinner of Skinner Law Firm in Greenwood, Arkansas included screen shots of a article published by Veteran on Veteran:
Veteran on Veteran stands by it’s article and further states that Fred Potter, his agents, or anyone else that is a party in this case is responsible for the contents of the article. Furthermore, the military honors are not in possession of Fred Potter. The honors, by court order, were given to Cassuandra Holmes as directed. The court had ordered for everything to be given in control of his niece, Cassuandra Holmes. The court has ordered that all the items to be auction with a date set of April 20, 2019 for the auction.
Skinner also includes in the motion that Potter has not return the wedding rings of his late wife, Betty Potter. The rings are to be auctioned by court order. Fred Potter does not have possession of the rings. The rings are in possession of his attorney.
Skinner, and by his clients, continues to deceive the court with claims of gold bullions. Fred Potter does not have nor ever had owned gold bullions or a Stradivarius Violin,therefore can not be produced to the court.
The website that Skinner has included in his motion: Justice for Fred Potter is owned and maintained by Veterans March. There is a disclaimer on the website with the following message:
VeteransMarch.org is the exclusive owner of JusticeForFredPotter.com. Veterans March and it’s network is solely responsible for the content, and does maintain intellectual property control of said content therein found in JusticeForFredPotter.com.
Nothing is to suggest or make claim(s) that the Justice For Fred Potter website, and social media sites are maintained, and owned, by any parties thereof connected to the case of Potter V. Holmes.
Before reading the below motion filed by Skinner Law Firm readers are advise to put into perspective that Fred Potter is 89 years with serious health issues. Additionally, this case is based upon forgery and fraud and should have been dismissed accordingly.