Griffen sues Jones again....

Griffen sues Jones again....

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former ICS manager

Louisville, KY

#1 Nov 8, 2012
So a week or so ago David Griffen filed another federal lawsuit against chuck, Sarah, and cajm on all sorts of charges. It's making demand for a jury trial and indicates besides the McGraw Hill thing, other entities including Baker and Taylor have claims for over 35 million. BT alone was over 19m. It also indicates surveillance saw Chuck himself along with associates moving books from cbr and bookoodles to other warehouses including one in Hickory, Ky. I'm almost positive the one in Hickory is at the old General Tire plant. Security banks claim is 11m. Other creditors have similar claims. Griffen got screwed and is out for blood. Seems like there was a post on here about a lady getting her windshield broke by a book coming off a trailer pulled by an suv around the same day.....hrmmmm...

In the McGraw Hill case, the complaint was amended to include book and bean and bookoodles. My buddy Phil served papers to Bud's wife, but Bud hasn't responded to the lawsuit. He indicated he had another colleague of mine, Jonathan Freed, as his attorney but Jonathan denied being retained by him to judge Nathan. All other defendants including Jones and Peebles have responded. Also indicated was Kenny Roth and Scott Wright assisted Myles in identifying books with wrong asset tags and isbn numbers.

When will the madness end? I know at least 100 of the 200 or so employees knew about what was going on so I'd expect those "John Doe's" named to start getting papers soon. You know chuck and Sarah have to be a nervous, not able to sleep or eat wreck right now. And poor CFSB who owns the 5m note on the mansion on land owned by Dan Foster.....someone in the new Bentln high rise isn't feeling too hot either.

What now?
Samuel

Louisville, KY

#2 Nov 9, 2012
Seriously? What's he gonna get? The old brown truck?
the law

Tucker, GA

#3 Nov 9, 2012
former ICS manager wrote:
So a week or so ago David Griffen filed another federal lawsuit against chuck, Sarah, and cajm on all sorts of charges. It's making demand for a jury trial and indicates besides the McGraw Hill thing, other entities including Baker and Taylor have claims for over 35 million. BT alone was over 19m. It also indicates surveillance saw Chuck himself along with associates moving books from cbr and bookoodles to other warehouses including one in Hickory, Ky. I'm almost positive the one in Hickory is at the old General Tire plant. Security banks claim is 11m. Other creditors have similar claims. Griffen got screwed and is out for blood. Seems like there was a post on here about a lady getting her windshield broke by a book coming off a trailer pulled by an suv around the same day.....hrmmmm...

In the McGraw Hill case, the complaint was amended to include book and bean and bookoodles. My buddy Phil served papers to Bud's wife, but Bud hasn't responded to the lawsuit. He indicated he had another colleague of mine, Jonathan Freed, as his attorney but Jonathan denied being retained by him to judge Nathan. All other defendants including Jones and Peebles have responded. Also indicated was Kenny Roth and Scott Wright assisted Myles in identifying books with wrong asset tags and isbn numbers.

When will the madness end? I know at least 100 of the 200 or so employees knew about what was going on so I'd expect those "John Doe's" named to start getting papers soon. You know chuck and Sarah have to be a nervous, not able to sleep or eat wreck right now. And poor CFSB who owns the 5m note on the mansion on land owned by Dan Foster.....someone in the new Bentln high rise isn't feeling too hot either.

What now?
Proof?
Confused

Somerset, KY

#4 Nov 9, 2012
ICS manager huh, which one? BS on that.
really

Murray, KY

#6 Nov 9, 2012
If there's a lawsuit, where's the story in the paper? I know everyone here thinks that CAJ has the Ledger in his back pocket-- but Alice Rouse loves to stir the shit more than anything. So if there was a lawsuit, it would have been in the paper by now.
CAJ Insider

Germany

#7 Nov 9, 2012
Jen

Murray, KY

#8 Nov 9, 2012
the speculator wrote:
Hardly BS. The lawsuit has clearly been filed by Griffen. Of course, other statements are speculation but isn't that what Topix is all about.
My personal (and hopeful) take is that Griffen knows there is little if any money to be found and or recovered. He also likely suspects that the publishing houses will drop things after they are convinced the alleged fraud has stopped.
Griffen, however, almost assuredly wants to see CAJ lose his rectal virginity (assuming he has not already done so) to a 7' drug dealer from Panama in a medium security Federal hotel. For this to happen, he needs to get the case before a jury and essentially force a lazy legal system to file criminal charges.
BS? maybe but I don't think so.:)
Oh, have any of the charities and churches that received Griffen's money offered to give it back?
Didn't think so. Hypocrits all.
The charities may have thought about giving it back IF THEY HAD ACTUALLY received it!
Former ICS Manager

Paducah, KY

#10 Nov 9, 2012
Get a PACER account. They are free, but you do have to pay for the documents. I know at least 15 former employees who have gotten accounts and read the documents.
the speculator

Murray, KY

#11 Nov 9, 2012
really wrote:
If there's a lawsuit, where's the story in the paper? I know everyone here thinks that CAJ has the Ledger in his back pocket-- but Alice Rouse loves to stir the shit more than anything. So if there was a lawsuit, it would have been in the paper by now.
After the first 50 or so lawsuits, they kind of lose their news appeal. Plus, MLT doesn't really have anyone qualified to write about this.

Everyone (you know who you are) start rehearsing "Here comes the bride".
the speculator

Murray, KY

#12 Nov 9, 2012
Jen wrote:
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The charities may have thought about giving it back IF THEY HAD ACTUALLY received it!
Some of them, including First Methodist, received quite a bit.
mark

Louisville, KY

#13 Nov 11, 2012
Yes they did indeed.
Methodist

Pineville, KY

#14 Nov 11, 2012
The money that was donated to First United Methodist church was in fact given to the church to form a committee that would then disperse the money to all local organization. Needline, schools resource centers , etc. Each organization presented grants to the committee to obtain the money. What monies the church ACTUALLY got was given to local non profit charites. There is a difference in one's pledging and one actually giving !

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