In the United States of America, the Gang of Eight is a common colloquial term for the bi-partisan group of eight United States Senators who wrote the 2013 comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) bill. The group was also instrumental in bringing Comprehensive Immigration Reform back to the legislative branch in the spring of 2013.
However, in the country of Las Vegas, the birth of the Gang of Eight started with Wanda Feeley deciding to steal money that does not belong to her, but to the family Trust.
This action was done by transferring Trust funds from New Hampshire to Las Vegas, Nevada and commingling it into her bank account, which is known as a Breach of Trust.
Her nephew, Shawn Feeley, according to his father, Clark Feeley, out of greed decided to throw in with Wanda and help steal funds by submitting false documents he made on his home computer.
According to statements from his father, and brother Aaron Feeley, Wanda promised him a piece of the action.
These documents were to pass for bank statements but they did not fool Clark and Aaron Feeley. Clark could not get access to the legitimate records so he was forced to file a lawsuit, as he explained to the Las Vegas Tribune. He stated, “I needed to file a Complaint in Nevada because that is where the bank is located that had the records and where the trust money was deposited.”
“Not furnishing legitimate bank records to a primary beneficiary is a Breach of Trust,” Clark added. Submitting false documents is fraud. Wanda and Shawn committed fraud, he said.
Wanda induced Las Vegas attorney, Howard Roitman, to take her case as the defense attorney. Wanda had no personal funds to pay Roitman, but he took the case on contingency because Wanda appeared to be the Trustee of a Trust that held a home on Lake Winnipesaukee and ALL land located on this lake is very valuable.
Roitman’s greed for a big payday distorted his knowledge of Trust law; real property held in an out-of-state spendthrift Trust would not be subject to any award of attorney fees to a Nevada attorney or any attorney.
Any spendthrift Trust asset is held exclusively for the beneficiary’s future expectancy. No beneficiary can assign, encumber, or use expected future assets in any way. No judge or court can assign any interest to anyone either, as is read in NRS 163.417, and the main reason for a Trust is to protect the Settlor’s wishes from litigation.
When Howard Roitman figured out that his client was not submitting legitimate records as requested by the Court, he knew he had accepted a case that was a loser.
Lawyers take cases because that is their business and the way they pay their bills, so Roitman took action to add innocent beneficiaries into the case and the New Hampshire Trust.
Roitman’s lack of knowledge or his greed to be paid was the reason for this action.
Nevertheless, when Judge Allan Earl instructed the Plaintiff’s attorney to amend the Complaint per Howard Roitman’s wishes, he exceeded the Nevada Court’s jurisdiction.
More importantly, Howard Roitman ceased representing his client’s best interests and was only interested in his own interests. This is a Breach of his fiduciary duty to his client and unethically violated the Nevada Code of Ethics.
Judge Allan Earl was assigned this case because it was a Tort for misappropriation.
The District Court would have personal jurisdiction over Wanda Feeley because she lived in Las Vegas and the misappropriation of funds belonging to Clark Feeley was occurring within the borders of Nevada.
The Judge’s duty would be to assure that legitimate bank records were furnished by the Defendant, and if the records confirmed that assets were being misappropriated, to take appropriate action.
The Court had jurisdiction to do that and that is all that should have been done. The case was never a Trust case because they were created in and governed by the laws of New Hampshire.
Judge Earl decided that the most important issue became to pay all the Nevada attorneys obscene amounts of fees. Judges are elected in Nevada and that creates a situation where judges need to raise campaign finance funds. When a judge rules according to his campaign needs, corruption is the result.
Judge Earl had no jurisdiction to award any legal fees from an out-of-state Trust, and Judge Earl’s finding in this case was especially suspicious.
Judge Earl refused to find that Wanda Feeley had Breached her Trust duty, which obviously she had; according to New Hampshire statute, any Trustee who Breaches the provisions of a Trust are responsible for all costs as a result of the Breach.
If Judge Earl used the word Breach and called a spade a spade, he could not attack the Trust for legal fees. NH 564-B:1001, 1002. Judge Earl knew exactly what he was doing and he was breaking the law.
Judge Earl continued his illegality by signing an Order attesting to the fact that a New Hampshire Cashier’s Check made out to the Trust, held by Clark Feeley, was lost, destroyed, or stolen.
Judge Earl knew the check was in the possession of Clark Feeley. He signed a contempt of court order dictating that Clark Feeley give him the check or he would be thrown in jail.
This judge, Allan Earl, is a Judge that would not abide by laws or court procedures, he broke multiple laws for the sole purpose of enriching attorneys that practice in his court.
To accomplish that agenda he attempted to steal funds held in anticipation for beneficiaries. That agenda is despicable, according to Clark.
Mitch Cobyega is another Nevada attorney who apparently is the estate lawyer for Howard Roitman, who passed away September 2, 2014.
It appears that Cobyega discovered that Judge Earl had reserved $400,000 from the money induced from People’s United Bank for any lawyer fees incurred, because Clark Feeley appealed the Orders of Judge Earl.
Clark Feeley did not appeal Judge Earl’s decision solely because it was void. Judge Earl had misplaced the burden of proof in the trial on the plaintiff and called a Breach not being competent.
The Decision of Judge Earl was void because he did not have subject matter jurisdiction over property outside the borders of Nevada.
Amazingly, the New Appellate Court declared that Clark Feeley’s reliance on a US Supreme Court Decision was misplaced; the highest Court Decision stated that any state would not have subject matter jurisdiction rem over the res of property outside its borders.
The Appellate Court came up with some nonsense about personal jurisdiction that does not apply to subject matter. This Court is covering up for Judge Earl and trying to protect him. The Court is misguided in their attempt because Judge Earl committed a Class “A” Felony in attesting that a Cashier’s Check was lost, destroyed, or stolen. That act is bank fraud under the United States Code and the new Appellate Court cannot protect him. The Appellate Court Judges, Michael P. Gibbons, Jerome T. Tao, and Abbi Silver, have all taken it upon themselves to ignore the United States Constitution. The integrity of the New Appellate Court is permanently damaged.
The Nevada Gang of Eight has confirmed that the Nevada Judiciary’s ranking of an “F” on integrity is well deserved.
The people of Nevada do not deserve such a poor grade and they should take action to restore the State of Nevada Court system to respectability. Voters in the November election should refuse to elect judges to this invalid court.