Ten More Motions To Intervene Appear On Docket

UPDATED 4:57 P.M. EDT (U.S.A.) Ten more pro se motions to intervene in the federal forfeiture case against AdSurfDaily Inc. have just appeared on the docket of U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer.

With the motions docketed yesterday, the grand total filed in the past two days now stands at 12. Previously 10 motions were filed, bringing the overall grand total to 22. All of the motions appear to use the same litigation blueprint.

Collyer denied the first 10 motions in a two-paragraph ruling. She has not ruled on the most recent 12 motions, which appear to have been in transit when she ruled against the initial 10.

Today’s docketed filers include Barbara J. Bowles; Robert Bowles; Dawn Starling; Eva Cater; Sara Lehman; Christopher Blake Scott; Harold L. Shaffer; Daniel N. Reams; James Richards; and John Deminico.

4:57 P.M. EDT UPDATE: An 11th motion was docketed late this afternoon. The filer was Thomas M. Shearer. As of this update, the grand total of motions docketed today stands at 11. The overall grand total now is 23. (This figure includes pro se filings since Aug. 24 and does not take into account earlier pro se filings by ASD President Andy Bowdoin, Curtis Richmond and others. The unofficial total of earlier pro se filings is 16.)

The unofficial grand total of all pro se filings is 39.

About the Author

7 Responses to “Ten More Motions To Intervene Appear On Docket”

  1. It is not difficult to guess what the Judge’s decision will be on these motions – she just follows her own legal precedent – Claimants have no legal interest in the properties and funds seized.

    Where did these come from? Held up in the postal system?

  2. ….I see this at more good news –12 signed confessions.

  3. Amazing…. simply amazing…

  4. Just like the ones before these, they will all be dispatched rather quickly by Judge Collyer. Wouldn’t be surprised if she did so by this Friday. But as previously said, it is nice to have 12 more signed confessions, and under oath. The main event is about to start, and it will be very interesting and eye-opening for many.

  5. I hope “the main event” or “Act IV” as it has also been termed is about to start and the action is so fast and furious it’ll have heads spinning and fingers tapping keyboards at record speed just to try to keep up with the information. I can’t wait to read an assortment of court documents which result in a long list of names and a longer list of charges.

  6. I’m hoping for a bunch of high profile, televised, youtube documented “perp walks”

  7. I want to see a list of the top 20 people who made big money with ASD and then ran!