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You see I’ve been through the desert on a horse with no name
It felt good to be out of the rain
In the desert you can remember your name
cause there ain’t no one for to give you no pain
October 8, 2007
Kathryn Platt, acting as Williams’ and Forensic’s Counsel signed and filed a pleading and memorandum seeking sanctions and an order prohibiting the disclosure of electronic evidence obtained from Nellie Williams’ home computer in McIntosh v. State Farm Fire & Casualty Company et al, United States District Court, Southern District of Mississippi, Southern Division, Civil Action No. 1:06-cv-1080 LTS RHW, which asserted that she and her client had no knowledge that a July 2007 subpoena duces tecum had been issued by Plaintiffs for Nellie Williams’ home computer.
In the filed pleadings, Ms. Platt asserted that she learned for the first time that Ms. Williams’ hard drive had been subpoenaed when Plaintiffs’ counsel, Derek Wyatt, sent her a letter on October 3, 2007.
…That Ms. Platt’s assertion was false is proved, in part, by the fact that on September 27, 2007, approximately a week before Ms. Platt asserted she first learned that Ms. Williams’ hard drive had been subpoenaed, Ms. Platt served the McIntosh Plaintiffs’ counsel with a request for production stating: “Please produce any and all documents or images from Nellie Williams’ computer…”
Now, the horse has a name – Rico’s Qui Tam (paying 3-to-1 at the window)