"Who cares about this so long after the fact," he asked. "This Country has become too politically correct because of people like you!" He then went on to say "It's all about context," to which I agreed. "I've got white friends who can call me a nigga' in the right context Howard, but a Federal lawsuit with racial implications is never the Right Context."
Stay tuned for my 36-minute phone conversation with Attorney Apgar. He denies that he said nigger and he says that he did not practice law in Pennsylvania, where he is not licensed. I am confused. His name is on the cover page as making an appearance as seen below, and he asks the Deponent Watkins questions at Tr. 39. I know if I were to do that they would come after me for UPL in a minute. He said I was being a sensationalist; I said this is relevant because of Wells Fargo's history of sex and race discrimination.
Attorney Apgard initially said he would sue me for Defamation, and I told him "I'm not concerned about that. I am a First Amendment expert." But he then stated that it was all Free Speech and protected under the First Amendment. I told him that if the racially-derisive comments were issued in the context of an illegal act then, well.... we have an issue.
We also discussed another case in which a similar action was brought and the Court I believe issued S/J in favor of the banksters because there was no privity of contract or duty incumbent from the Appraiser to the homeowner. Anyway stay tuned I'll edit the video in the next 24 hours or so. Those who want the whole thing can request it from me and I'll send it.
The second one is from One Wells Fargo Center in Charlotte, NC.
Just check the ip addresses in the thumbnails, you'll see.
And then they looked again, at the Deposition excerpt seen below.
They are going to keep coming, and the nigger is going to keep fighting.
This nigger will keep reporting as long as I deem appropriate.
See generally Marinova v. Boston Herald. A little $.5M fuck up, right.