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North Lauderdale is a different municipality than Fort Lauderdale. The zip code he gave is also false, it's a Fort Lauderdale zipcode.
PC communicated this address several times over a period of time of 8 months.
In document 3, PC has given the above fake address on the lease contract, adding his mailing address that is the PO BOX of Economic Frauds. This is associating the PO BOX of the boiler room with the false address.
This is a new link to document 3:
Document 1 and 2 are precisely the reason why I want to file a criminal complain.
The criminal complaint is founded on this document and other email exchanges referring to multiple harassmentshttp://beachyhouses.com/doc5.jpg
Please also check these documents:
I have 2 more sworn affidavits of complaints to the bank and the insurance company that are showing contradictory statements.
All the complaints were rejected as UNFOUNDED and the sworn affidavits are contradicting each other.
This situation is covered by
The 2013 Florida Statutes 836.05 Threats; extortion.The 2013 Florida Statutes 837.021 Perjury by contradictory statements
...or with intent to compel the person so threatened, or any other person, to do any act or refrain from doing any act against his or her will, shall be guilty of a felony of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
The threat is clear :
the documented prior harassment, the disguise of identity, obstruction of justice (843.02 Resisting officer without violence to his or her person), 843.03 Obstruction by disguised person.
I have filed an appeal and I need his physical address for the purpose of the lawsuit and execution.
The lower court judge - fortunately - has no longer jurisdiction on this.
This situation of being threatened by a person disguising his identity has been prejudicial to me morally and psychologically, and financially i had to appoint lawyers to assist me, and the situation now is potentially reslting in my incapacity to recover damages such as court expenses etc... in case I win my appeal.
My point is that if I can file a criminal complaint at the Court here in Miami, this will give a lot of means to get hold of his physical address that he has been hiding in every document I know about, not only me, but with every possible person or organization he came across, including his own lawyers.
Since he appointed 5 successive and unpaid lawyers before opening his case, this would give me an opportunity to subpoena these people to communicate his address and see what comes up.
They will do something only if a victim of the scams files a complaint.That is Detective Max Delvalle of the Boca Raton Police Dept.Anyone can file a complain over the phone, their number is XXXXX to google.The reason why Max Delvalle does not want to do much now is because he said he closed the case in my favor.But why can't I file a criminal complaint at the Court here in Miami based on The 2013 Florida Statutes 836.05 and 837.021 ?
ok, but can't I file a lawsuit at the criminal court directly?
Thank you Lucy. I checked the link but it's for victims of a fraud ?Is there not a case of slander per se ?PC went to the Police to file a complaint, he made a false report (false address and false allegations see http://beachyhouses.com/doc1.jpg and other police report docs http://beachyhouses.com/doc5.jpg http://beachyhouses.com/doc6.jpg and other docs ) the case was investigated and closed as UNFOUND
I was accused to have stolen a check.He then filed 2 complaints to his insurance and to the bank that had issued the check based on false sworn affidavits.He then opened a lawsuit for civil theft and other counts, the case was dismissed with prejudice on the count of civil theft.Now here is my point : if I open such case, and it is accepted, will I not have some means to track this guy, like subpoena the owners of the place in North Lauderdale, as he could have "built" a fake address out of a real one in order to allege a mistake ?This is a guy who obstyinately refused to communicate a physical address to anyone, and who has communicated false addresses or no address at all. He has also communicated a false PO Box address in Boca Raton on one of the documents he produced during dicoveries.
I did check and I have their new address after they sold the property end 2010.Thank you for your valuable information, however you didn't answer to my question is there not a case of slander per se ?
statements made during court proceedings have immunity from defamationOk, thank you Lucy, but what about the false accusations of theft to the Police ?(What I was meaning actually was that he can't argue that they are presently part of a lawsuit, becuase the count was dismissed with prejudice)
Got it ! Thanks a lot, appreciated as always !You were also mentioning that I could subpoena the owners of the condo in North Lauderdale based on the present lawsuit. Now we are entering into the appeal cycle, I am actually sending my instructions to the clerk today.We also have a case in the case, these are the attorney's fees, for which the lower court has kept jurisdiction.So to issue a subpoena to these owners to state if PC was a renter there, how does this typically work in this context ?
relevant to the attorney's fee issue :As I have to pay the attorney's fees and I am appealing the decision, is it not relevant when I will need to sue Plaintiff/Appellee to get my money back if I win my case ?
Ok, but then again, with the kind of evidence that he's providing fake addresses, and no known address other than a Boiler Room organization, even if I win the appeal, I will never reach him because he will vanish once he has the money.Do I not have some right to protect myself against such likely event ?
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