The FACTS behind this fictitious crime are that a client shipped equipment in for repair. That client shipped the equipment to us while "bragging" that he had not paid for his last repair at the manufacturer and that he still owes them "a huge bill". (This can be verified by calling Broadcast Electronics in Quincy, Illinois. The telephone number is (217) 224-9600. You will have to inquire into into the outstanding balance of "WTHU". Of course, he was informed that this would put his work on a "cash in advance" basis and he completely agreed to this.)
He shipped the item in February. It arrived, was disassembled and diagnosed which involves ten hours of high-tech labor. The customer was then called and told how much parts would cost as well as labor. The client asked for (and was given) payment information while the item in need of repair occupied a workbench awaiting repair. He promised payment "tomorrow" just as he promised payment "tomorrow" each and every Monday, Wednesday and Friday all the way through the months of March and April. Finally, in April, the client decided he wanted the item returned, fully repaired, and he still doesn't want to pay. Not even shipping which is $57.00.
Then, after being advised that the item will NOT be shipped until payment is received (as he had previously agreed to the "cash in advance" arrangement), the client reports the item as being "stolen".
Now, as this has been filed against me, personally, I am presently needing to raise at least $6,000 to be used as a legal fund so that I can "do what is right" and turn myself it and then show these clowns up for what they really are.
I have an attorney on standby. He is awaiting a $3,000.00 retainer which is a part of the purpose of this fundraiser.
I'm still deciding on a bonding company but, the two attorneys I've spoken with regarding this matter both tell me that I should have another $3,000 ready to put toward a bond.
I'm doing all that I can to make this happen but, as of Friday, every paying client we have has been contacted and advised to not pay us because we "are scamming everyone".
As to this suposedly "stolen item" which the Walker County (Alabama) Sheriff's Office is so publicly using as an instrument toward ruining our business completely in online posts and front page newspaper articles:
The Item in question (a "power module" from an AM broadcast transmitter) was sent to us for repair in our repair shop in SOUTH Alabama. We were contacted about repairing it in South Alabama. It was shipped to us in South Alabama. It was disassembled and diagnosed in South Alabama. All communications with the non-paying owner of the item have been sent and received from south Alabama.
AT NO TIME HAS THIS ITEM OR ANYONE EVEN REMOTELY ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ITEM BEEN WITHIN 200 MILES OF WALKER COUNTY.
How are they claiming jurisdiction? Why are they do desperate to claim jurisdiction when none of this has ever been within 200 miles of their legal boundaries?
Hint: Google "Walker County Alabama Corruption" and read what's really going on, here.