And so it is with Goatherder original Deonne DuBarry:
Now I’ll give you this Deonne, you got more sack than most of our subjects coming on here to tell your side of things. But your history in the public record really smells and your prior associations stink even worse. And if you take pride in that I’m more than happy to let our readers judge my journalism without further comment.
But we know Ms DuBarry best for her associations with Charles Leary in Condalary v Campbell.
This is what Deonne has to say about herself.
Deonne Du Barry
A HARD HITTING HITTING ATTORNEY, THAT CARES DEEPLY ABOUT HER CLIENTS AND BEST OF ALL, SHE WINS!
Caveat emptor as this is what Sheriff Noodles said about Ms DuBarry in December:
Deonne Dubarry, W/F 68, felony theft L-15922-12
“No man is rich enough to buy back his past.”
From Rural Delivery Magazine, March 2002 continued:
The Agency pointed out the time to begin repayment was at hand. But documents reveal this was a problem for the company. Within days ACOA received a request from the company to change its repayment schedule. The requested changes are unclear because ACOA officials chose to sever the document, meaning ACOA would not release the reasons for the requested amendments nor would they release the new repayment schedule. But by October 18, documents show that ACOA account manager John Beeston complied with the company’s request and amended the amount it was required to pay each month.
Signs of Trouble
An internal ACOA e-mail from Simon d’Entremont to Beeston dated April 17, 2000, provides the first sign that La Ferme d’ Acadie was facing serious problems. D’Entremont wrote: “I spoke to Charles Leary this morning. I’ve asked for current financials. After I see them, I’ll be going over to visit the site and discuss his problems with him. I’ll let you know what I come up with.”
On May 5, d’Entremont drove to Chebogue Point for the scheduled meeting. But company officials did not show up. Instead, d’Entremont found an apparently abandoned property with a for sale sign posted on it. Just 11 months after opening their doors and after federal investments and tax credits totaling more than $150,000, La Ferme d’ Acadie was effectively out of business. Continue reading “La ferme pue pire que la route putes un vagin: “The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion” Part 2″
“These guys are the worst of hypocrites that you can possibly find,” said Roger Chadderdon, technology counsel at Cataphora. “They claim to be trying to help the little guy, but what they’re doing is trying to put more money in their own pockets. Everybody knows that, but this is a case that illustrates it beyond what I have ever seen.”
So who is this self proclaimed King of Torts? He and his son have appeared on these pages before. Now the real riddle is what does this guy have to do with the Goat Farm lawsuit Charles Leary is mentioned so prominently in? (Leary has denied involvement in that lawsuit to the Canadian media despite the offical court record here in Louisiana.) Perhaps an ex wife who partnered with Trout Point Owner Danny Abel to homecook the out of state plaintiff they attempted to fleece. Man the stories I’ve heard about Deonne whew! And that doesn’t count the problems Deonne and her ex are having in Florida these days. Kinda mirrors the crash and burn now occurring on the shores of the Tusket River in Nova Scotia huh.
To paraphrase Nowdy the past isn’t dead, it is not even past.