“Get out while you still can, before it is too late”

(Exclusive Email to SCHotline) Pictured above: Judge William H. Seals, Jr.

From: Redacted@aol.com
Sent: Friday, October 21, 2011 12:45 PM
To: Center4LegalReform, kbarone@motleyrice.com
Subject: cases

I have spent some time reviewing all the data I have collected from you.  I am concerned for your safety.  I think it might be time for you to leave South Carolina now and start a new life.  You know too much about governmental actions and policies and procedures and the interrelationship with private citizens.  This is as a friend but also as your prior attorney.  I have examined the past discovery docs vs. what you are now involved in as to the Columbia, SC federal filing.

You are over your head and without huge legal firms behind you (with lots of cash for expert witness fees) it is doubtful that you will ever see a dollar….the governmental agencies will start covering their tracks rather than settle up with you, they murdered your mother and got away with it and Judge Seals has hidden the records on the money you provided to Judge Rakowsky and Adrian Falgione to litigate your case your as good as dead if you stay…you have already lost everything fighting for your shareholders, do you want to lose your life?

Get out while you still can, before it is too late, the cat has already left the cage.

Redacted, Esq.

Why should you care about this?

The South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled that a lawyer is required to keep an accounting of all monies deposited in his trust account for each client. The South Carolina Code of Professional Conduct, Rule 1.15, also requires such an accounting be provided to the client. However, in the Southern Holdings, Inc. case, Judge Seals has ruled that the Plaintiffs in that case do not have a right to an accounting of the over $100,000 that was turned over to Magistrate Judge John Rakowsky, Esquire and Adrian Falgione, Esquire of Lexington, S.C. by the clients.

James Spencer is the same person whose mother Doris Holt was taken by SC DSS and the Courts then hidden from him for nine months without justification to this day. Doris Holt died after losing 34 pounds from malnutrition, dehydration and pneumonia, as documented by medical records and Richland County Coroner Gary Watts.

Editors note: you can read all about the cases regarding Southern Holdings, James Spencer and Doris Holt here >>