BULLETIN: Court Dismisses Bizarre, ASD-Connected Lawsuit Filed By Leaming, Oesch; ‘Complaint Deteriorates Into Rambling,’ Judge Says

Kenneth Wayne Leaming, also known as "Kenneth Wayne."

BULLETIN: A bizarre lawsuit filed against the U.S. government by AdSurfDaily figures Kenneth Wayne Leaming and Christian Oesch has been dismissed.

In dismissing the complaint, Judge Christine Odell Cook Miller of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims agreed with the government’s contention that the court had no jurisdiction to hear the claim.

The judge described the complaint by Leaming, Oesch and an affiliated company known as MYHUB GROUP LLC as a bid to argue about “an unlawful taking of the forfeited property” in the ASD case, which was heard in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Meanwhile, the judge ruled that MYHUB GROUP inappropriately sought to act as its own attorney.

Corporations are required to have professional counsel to appear in court, the judge ruled.

ASD President Andy Bowdoin suffered a similar setback last year when he tried to represent ASD pro se in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Leaming and Oesch appear to have tried to use the U.S. Court of Federal Claims as an appeals court for U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, while apparently seeking the staggering sum of $29 trillion from a federal judge, three federal prosecutors and a U.S. Secret Service agent involved in the ASD Ponzi scheme forfeiture case.

“Plaintiffs’ challenge took the form of presenting claims issued by Tina M. Hall, a notary public in the State of Washington to officials associated with the forfeitures,” Cook Miller noted in the order of dismissal.  “Ms. Hall issued ‘Certificates of Default  on February 16, 2010, against these government officials for failure to respond to plaintiffs’ claims ‘in admiralty.’ At this point the complaint deteriorates into rambling.”

The judge also barred Leaming and Oesch from seeking sanctions against the government.

“As an initial matter, this court notes that, during the course of briefing on defendant’s motion, defense counsel has suffered the opprobrium of plaintiffs’ aspersions and disparagement, including charges of unethical practices,” Cook Miller said in the ruling. “Defendant charitably characterizes this argument as hyperbole . . . and the court will lay the matter to rest by denying any request for sanctions that plaintiffs may be making.”

Hall’s notary license was revoked by the state of Washington in October. Records show that she has notarized other bizarre claims on Leaming’s behalf, including a claim against a Franciscan hospital for more than $9 billion.

See earlier story.

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8 Responses to “BULLETIN: Court Dismisses Bizarre, ASD-Connected Lawsuit Filed By Leaming, Oesch; ‘Complaint Deteriorates Into Rambling,’ Judge Says”

  1. Golly Gee willikers,

    ANOTHER corrupt judge,

    tch, tch, what’s the world coming to ???

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  2. Makes one wonder what they will do next? Is is possible to get even more bizarre?

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  3. Makes one wonder what they will do next? Is is possible to get even more bizarre?  (Quote)

    ASD Sponsors trying to pay you off not to file a claim with Rust, It’s happening.

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  4. With what….AdPacks? More time for people to advertise their Facebook pages?

    I’d love for the prosecution to have copies of the emails going out on this one.

    Someone is sweating bullets and using an excavator to dig themselves a deeper hole.

    dB

    ASD Sponsors trying to pay you off not to file a claim with Rust, It’s happening.  

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  5. I’d definitely like to see one of those emails.. LOL

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  6. Can you link the opinion? I’d be very interested.

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