Thursday, June 18, 2015

Morgan fighting back in Fischer lawsuit!

Louisville, KY - On Monday June 16, Jay Morgan attorney Shane Sidebottom proved he has finally had enough of the constant legal maneuvering and delays by Mayor Greg Fischer to avoid depositions in the lawsuit against him.

He finally demanded sanctions against the Mayor. It is about time.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

John Yarmuth and Ford insider trading? We need answers

Louisville, KY - As most of you know by now there are multiple federal investigations into Ford Motor Company, Mayor Greg Fischer, and a potential insider trading cover up. It turns out our own Representative John Yarmuth may have some serious explaining to do himself.

Rumors have abounded for awhile now that Yarmuth has helped himself while in Congress and many have questioned his investments in Humana and GE for example. The one question that really never came up until now, was one of whether or not Rep. Yarmuth was involved with Ford.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Fischer denies Ford statement

Louisville, KY - As everyone knows by now the lawsuit filed by Jay Morgan against Greg Fischer for libel/slander has been delayed time and time again. No attorney I have spoken with has ever seen a situation that a defendant (Fischer) has been able to delay justice for so long.

There have been 3 attempts to dismiss, all denied, and one appeals attempt, also denied, by Fischer's illegally tax funded County Attorneys office lawyers. On May 29, Greg Fischer and Mike O'Connell's office played one last bluff in a desperate last ditch effort to deny justice once again.

For the fourth time they filed a dismissal attempt. This time however they miraculously did not request a court hearing. Why not?

Monday, May 25, 2015

Ford to feds: Bring it on

Louisville, KY -  As you know I have outlined much in regards to Ford Motor Company, my belief that they have engaged in insider trading, proof that there is a current investigation being undertaken, thanks to my filing of the complaint, and so much more.

The one thing I really have never understood is why Ford would go out of its way to protect a low level executive from being held accountable for insider trading allegations. James T. Young, as we know he was the one who allegedly proudly bragged about buying Ford stock based on insider information. You don't put an entire company at risk over one such person unless the rabbit hole goes deeper.

I believe it may go all the way to the Ford family itself.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

LIBOR Scandal: Did Ford Credit benefit?

Louisville, KY - On Wednesday it was announced that four banks pled guilty and at least six banks would pay almost $6 Billion total in fines for trying to manipulate foreign exchange rates. This is just the latest in all of the seemingly daily settlements for corporate wrongdoing in the stock market manipulation, yet miraculously, no one is in jail.

JP Morgan Chase of course is involved once again, along with, Citigroup, Barclays, UBS and Royal Bank of Scotland. The charges were cheating their clients to boost their own profits using invitation-only chat rooms and coded language to coordinate their trades.

And they pled guilty, and no one is in jail.