Saturday, May 24, 2008

Plaintiffs - repent it's never too late!


Tansi/Good Day Readers:

Those who live in glass houses shouldn't cast the first stone! No doubt MMF Counsel Murray Norman Trachtenberg has already run a complete records check on me. Well guess what, he didn't find so much as an unpaid parking ticket. Too, too bad the same couldn't be said about several of his clients!

A recent online search of Justice Manitoba's Case File Registry revealed Documents 126 and 127 recorded May 22, 2008 - Defendant Terry Belhumeur's consent to allow Darrel Deslauriers to withdraw as a Plaintiff in the Federation's lawsuit against www.CyberSmokeSignals.com and a Notice of Discontinuance respectively. My Consent Form had been signed and returned earlier to Counselor Trachtenberg.

And with that Mr. Deslauriers has now officially and finally ended his tenure as a Plaintiff. Recently he could be heard walking down the street whistling and chanting to himself, "Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, I am free at last!"

Former Plaintiff Deslauriers

As for the rest of you, you're on the cusp of becoming household names - your court records are in the public domain. Therefore, at trial you can and will be cross-examined under oath about this and other "very interesting information" which has come to our attention - all before a courtroom full of spectators which will undoubtedly include the mainstream media, as well as, the worldwide blogging community. We trust your Canadian taxpayer funded Counsel has explained to you the concept dirty laundry getting washed in public.
However, all is not lost there is a way out. Like Mr. Deslauriers, Richard Delaronde and Bonnie McIntyre before you (Winnipeg Regional Vice-President Ron Chartrand never agreed to become a Plaintiff from the get to - a very smart decision!), you too can join them on the sidelines. Here's what to do:
(1) Contact your solicitor:
Murray Norman Trachtenberg
710-491 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2E4
Direct Line: (204) 940-9602
(2) Don't ask tell him you are seeking Co-Defendants' Belhumeur and Pieuk's consent to file a Notice of Discontinuance. Remember, you are the client, Counselor Trachtenberg has no choice but to follow your instructions
(3) Murray Trachtenberg will then send the Co-Defendants a simple form letter (example):
The defendant Clare L. Pieuk hereby consents to the plaintiff (whomever) filing a Notice of Discontinuance in the form attached hereto. Dated at Winnipeg, Manitoba this ____ day of (month, year). Per: (my signature)
(4) Upon receipt, attorney Trachtenberg will send the Defendants a follow up Notice of Discontinuance form letter saying:
(i) A Statement of Claim in this action has been served.
(ii) The Plaintiff (whomever) wholly discontinues his claim against the Defendants, without costs to any of the parties, and the within Notice of Discontinuance shall constitute a defence to any subsequent action as contemplated by Queen's Bench Rule 23.02(1).
The good Mr. Trachtenberg will sign, date it and - POOF! - like Richard Delaronde, Bonnie McIntyre and Darrel Deslauriers before you soon you'll be able to walk down the street whistling and chanting, "Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, I'm free at last!"
Otherwise, you'll become the star attraction in an international public freak show - Counselor Trachtenberg won't be able to protect you any longer!
Sincerely,
Clare L. Pieuk

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