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Tyrant Judge Furthers Distrust in Arkansas Judiciary

June 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Judge David H. McCormick

Judge David H. McCormick

Fred Potter, 1948

Fred Potter, 1948

Tyrant Judge, David H. McCormick, of the Circuit Court of Scott Count Arkansas, Division Two (Waldron, AR) has sign a court order effectively establishing guardianship of Fred Potter into the control of his scandalous niece, Caussandra Holmes.

The order was signed because of a contempt of court hearing on Monday, June 4, 2018.  However, the order has additions added and modifications that were not discussed in open court.  The noticeable difference is the assigning complete authority of knowing of her uncle’s financial matter along with agreeing to any expenses made in behalf of Fred Potter’s living expenses.  What the court order does not address is the payment of attorney and legal fees therefore preventing the 88-year-old Korean Veteran of having adequate and proper legal representation as afforded by the Constitution of The United States and The State of Arkansas.

(Read Court Order Below)

The contempt of court order is a result of Fred Potter not returning items to his niece (non-blood related) that she makes claims of him having.  She has alleged that Fred Potter has a Stradivarius Violin, worth millions of dollars and is rare, and bullions.  Should the judge ever decide, as other courts do across the country, to have a law clerk research the unlikelihood of Fred Potter not owning a Stradivarius violin the administration of justice could be far different.

Home Isearch of Fred Potters property, Dec 17, 2014, by niece, Cassundra Holmes, (Left to Right) Niece's hired photopher no. 1, deputy sheriff, hired photopher no. 2, neices private investigator. The husband of the nieve, Steve Potter, who'semployment was terminated by Tyson Foods, is on the floor removing contents.

Home search of Fred Potters property, Dec 17, 2014, by niece, Cassundra Holmes, (Left to Right) Niece’s hired photographer no. 1, deputy sheriff, hired photographer no. 2, neice’s private investigator. The husband of the niece, Steve Holmes, who’s employment was terminated by Tyson Foods, is on the floor removing contents.

Jack Merle Skinner, attorney for niece, Caussandra Holes, Collected ober $500,000.00 and stands to make a lot more off the Fred Potter Case.

Jack Merle Skinner, attorney for niece, Caussandra Holmes, collected over $500,000.00 and stands to make a lot more off the Fred Potter Case.

In the Fred Potter case the niece does not have to prove that Fred Potter has any of these items; it is up to Fred Potter that he doesn’t have them.  Yes, you have just learned about the Arkansas Judiciary here.   Tyrant Judges and a corrupt judiciary is how former governors escaped charges of corruption while governor of Arkansas.

To summarize the below court order for those that are not involved in the legal profession there are three elements against Fred Potter.

Removal of any expenditures from his personal funds by his trusted nephew and/or others to pay his living expenses is not stopped and hereby a crime should they remove funds to pay personal monthy living expenses.

Removed the possibility of Fred Potter being allowed legal representation of his choice due to the court’s order limiting expenditures to living expenses approved by the niece who swindled his and his beloved late wife’s, of 39 years, trust accounts.

Place control of all monies held by Fred Potter to be in the control of the niece.

Judge David H. McCormick has a history of disdain for the judiciary, and along with the niece, her family, and Jack Merle Skinner, her attorney, has brought further distrust on the Arkansas Judiciary after honorable legal professionals have worked years to change the reputation of Arkansas.

The case has brought international attention and has upset veterans from all branches and veteran organizations.  In Little Rock, Arkansas a massive rally of solidarity, coordinated by VeteransWalkinSolidarity.com, will take place August 4, 2018 at the State Capitol.

Salute in Solidarity