I’ve been through the desert on a horse with no name

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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)

Source Documents:  Messages, Text Lyrics

7 thoughts on “I’ve been through the desert on a horse with no name”

  1. “Good morning gang!”
    “We are back on the roles with State Farm…”
    Bob Kochan

    I think Bob gave a pretty accurate description there about their now being a gang. I just wonder if Lecky made them cut their hand and make it a blood oath like the other gangs do?

    For her part Ms. King does a good rendition of taking the 5th like the other gangs do, so I’d say this was the last bit of trueth we got out of this gang. The vow of silence must be observed.

  2. I fear this clear evidence of engineering manipulation for the purpose of denying homeowner’s coverage will be ignored. Elephant in the room . . . I don’t see any elephant.

    Check Nowdy, but I think Steve Haddock’s name might have been on the Haag “boilerplate” engineering report e-mail.

  3. There is an entire blog devoted to pretending that which happened here really didn’t.

    Even better were the displays of denial from his industry pom pom girl/commenters.

    The insurance industry, the shills and lawyers who make their living defending them could never justify the criminal behavior in Katrina’s aftermath on the merits of the evidence.

    It was only by coloring the events here through the Dickie Sruggs lens that Rossie and Freeland’s fanciful theories of the litigation here make any sort of sense.

    So you end up in weird situations where clearly Mung Hatter committed mail fraud and defrauded the NFIP on Allstate’s behalf and it is ignored while Dunn Lampton’s office spends a year investigating the Mayor of Gulfport over what will boil down to $3,200 of disaster assistance.

    Underpinning all this is the concept of Moral Hazard – the insurers felt free to dump their wind obligations on the NFIP because they knew nothing would happen to them. As a taxpayer I’m outraged Allstate inflated Mrs Weiss’ NFIP content lists doubling her loss in the process. But I also know the concept of American justice that everyone learns about in school is pure bullshit too. Some people and some organizations are truly above the law.


  4. True dat, Sop.

    I stand corrected (by me), the gentleman from State Farm who is referenced on the e-mail with the boilerplate engineering report is David Haddock, as opposed to Steve Haddock. I don’t know if they are related.

  5. Interesting reaction when the evidence speaks without narration.

    Here’s another example to ponder.

    June 20, 2007
    As stated in the Complaint and above, the Enterprise, with State Farm acting through Lecky King, Mark Wilcox, David Haddock, Dave Randel, Marsha Slaughter, Rayna Lynch and others; and the Renfroe Company acting through Gene and Jana Renfroe and their employee claims adjusters, namely Tammy Hardison, Jeff Davis, Denny Sitze, Larry Boyd, Jamye Woody; and Forensic and Kochan acting through Kochan, Adam Sammis, Nellie Williams, Randy Down, Jack Kelly and William Forbes at the hub, engaged in a pattern of racketeering activity by: (a) gaining entry to Plaintiffs

  6. Don’t leave out the Adam Sammis and Brian Ford emails on Oct. 17, 2005 relating their phone conversations with Lecky King; Bob Kochan’s reply to Ford; and Randy Down’s email on the Oct. 18 summarizing the situation.

  7. I think Randy Down got the name wrong in his email. David Haddock was their State Farm engineering contact.

    However, it was Mark Wilcox of State Farm who emailed them the suggested report format with the fraudulent Haag data on the timing and severity of wind and water.

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