The Department Disciplinary Committee of the Supreme Court in New York confirmed by letter that Gil Kreiter, the attorney who lied repeatedly about the status of a lawsuit that ruffled so many demons’ feathers, is, in fact, not an attorney. This fact was previously disclosed to me by my online stalker, as is shown in CRIME | Anonymous e-mailer claims NYC attorney is a fraud, in which the stalker calls me “totally dumb” for hiring Mr. Kreiter.
The letter also stated that my complaint will be referred to the District Attorney of New York County, Special Prosecutions Bureau:
|A letter from the disciplinary committee of the Supreme Court in New York, stating that it is referring my complaint to the local district attorney’s office|
Even though Mr. Kreiter was forwarded a copy of the complaint made to the disciplinary committee, he lied about the status of a pending judgment suit in which he is my attorney as recently as two weeks ago:
|James Bush <email@example.com>|
|Bush v Bickel
In the above e-mail, Mr. Kreiter essentially states that the case is moving forward, and is in the collections phase when, in fact, the defendant has not even been served.
As I already pointed out, even the anonymous e-mailer knew that Mr. Kreiter was not an attorney, calling me out on it in one his e-mail tirades sent last month [see also CRIME | Anonymous e-mailer claims damaged genitals preclude salvation]; however, like most people (and demons), he failed to see the point in letting my enemy make these kinds of mistakes.
To elaborate: I hired Mark Shapiro (www.judgmentbuy.com) to collect a judgment debt for me, who then referred me to Gil Kreiter. Knowing the city of San Jose’s ties to demons, the fact that demons have gone to extensive lengths to prevent me from obtaining any money at all, I don’t think it’s “totally dumb” to make an effort, anyway, and especially to detect persons involved with demon-led crime by interacting with them, even if you know you won’t get the service you’re seeking (if your goal is, in fact, to uncover demon-human criminal activity).
I only wrote the complaint to the disciplinary committee after my letters and phone calls to the district attorney were ignored. At that time, I had hoped that the Supreme Court would refer the complaint to the district attorney on my behalf, and that, accordingly, it would not be ignored.
To-date, however, I have not received any response from the district attorney’s office.