This money was being stolen from Trust funds that were transferred from a bank in New Hampshire and deposited into the sister’s bank in Nevada.
This commingling of funds amounted to a breach of Trust. She made up phony documents on a home computer and presented them as being bank statements. This was fraud and another breach of Trust.
The sister refused to submit legitimate bank statements to the court, which amounted to yet another breach of Trust.
Eventually a trial was held and the bank records obtained through subpoenas by the Plaintiff proved conclusively that misappropriations were occurring by the Defendant and thousands of dollars had been stolen from Clark Feeley.
The court had jurisdiction over the case filed by the victim, Clark Feeley. Wanda Feeley was misappropriating Trust funds regularly within the State of Nevada, which was an illegal act and breach of Trust.
When Judge Allan Earl submitted a “Findings of Fact” he stated that the most important action left to do would be to award attorney fees to all attorneys. Wanda Feeley had stolen most all of the money held in the Trust that she had transferred from New Hampshire to her bank in Nevada.
Judge Earl included in his “Findings” a clause stating that real property held in another Trust in New Hampshire be sold to cover the legal fees incurred by Wanda Feeley, the non-prevailing party.
Judge Allan Earl would be violating the U.S. Constitution, Trust Law, and ignoring a U.S. Supreme Court binding precedent to make such a ruling. He lacked subject matter jurisdiction. A State Court cannot enter an Order dictating the sale of Trust property located in another state, that principle has been the law of the land since early 1800.
This Order violates the U.S. Constitution and is therefore void. To protect the corpus of the New Hampshire Trust from void orders emanating from Judge Earl, Clark Feeley obtained a Cashier’s Check from People’s United Bank headquartered in Connecticut.
Judge Earl’s agenda was to pay the Nevada lawyers. He perpetrated a scheme to induce People’s United Bank to stop payment on the Cashier’s Check that Clark Feeley was holding to purchase another home for the Trust.
The bank informed the Nevada Court that they could not stop payment on a Cashier’s Check unless the check had been lost, destroyed, or stolen.
To meet his agenda Judge Earl signed an Order approving an agreement that stated through an affidavit that the Cashier’s Check had been lost, destroyed, or stolen. This was bank fraud under 18 U.S.C. 1344, a serious felony committed under the color of law by a Nevada District
The above crime was committed against a victim that had filed a case in Judge Earl’s Court looking for justice. What this victim obtained was a crime committed by the Court for the sole purpose of stealing Trust funds to pay lawyers practicing in Judge Earl’s Court.
Clark Feeley gave the Nevada Supreme Court an opportunity to uphold the U.S. Constitution and rule by the law of the land. The Court transferred the case to the new Appellate Court which has just affirmed Judge Earl’s void Orders that are not constitutional.
Now the State of Nevada has a very serious problem. Judge Allan Earl violated proper court procedures by dictating that a Trustee he appointed distribute funds illegally obtained from an out-of-state bank. The Judge committed bank fraud. The money was illegal money and should never have been distributed.
The Judge broke procedures by not entering the Order with the Court. That prevented the Plaintiff from appealing the illegal order. That action has resulted in money being disbursed that will need to be recovered and returned to the bank.