Washington Trust Bank Rats out the Goat

Washington Trust Bank Rats out the Goat

Back in August the Goat’s attorneys filed an Emergency Motion in the Federal civil case where Mirlis obtained a $21 million judgment against the Goat.  The marshal for Mirlis served Start Community Bank, along with 9 other local banks, with a subpoena seeking information about the Goat’s personal bank accounts and the bank accounts of the Yeshiva of New Haven. Start Community Bank released information on all of the Goat’s shady non-profit accounts, not just the bank accounts for the defendants named in the lawsuit.  In August, 2017, the Goat’s attorneys filed an emergency motion asking Judge Shea to order Mirlis not to disclose banking information leaked by Start Community Bank. That motion is still pending and has not yet been ruled upon by Judge Shea.

Former Mayor and former Goat supporter John DiStefano is the Vice President at Start Community Bank. The Goat got hundreds of thousands of dollars from the City of New Haven when King John was mayor, in the form of contracts to plant and water trees in the compound. The Goat got his right hand man Harold Hack a lucrative job with the City of New Haven.  Harold retired a few years back and has been collecting a City pension.  This pension will continue for the rest of his life, funded by taxpayers like me.  He probably gets about $50K a year for sitting home and doing nothing. The Goat got favorable loans and mortgages from Start Community Bank when King John went to work there. After the Federal child rape case was filed, King John broke off his relationship with the Goat.  Back in September I raised the issue about whether King John was behind the breach of the Goat’s bank records by Start Community Bank.

The Goat’s attorneys just filed another motion in Federal Court seeking a protective order to prevent the release of banking information leaked by Washington Trust Bank.  The Goat’s attorneys stated:  “Specifically, Washington Trust Bank provided unsolicited information concerning Defendants’ banking activities to unrelated third parties.”  The Goat’s attorneys did not disclose the identity of these third parties.  For the record I did not receive copies information about the Goat’s banking activities at Washington Trust.  The Goat’s attorneys argued that “a protective order is vital to prevent repeated, continued, or further harassment.”  The Goat feels that he is being harassed by having his banking information released to third parties.  Is the Goat trying to argue that he is a victim?  Baaaaah!

The Goat’s attorneys also argued that release of this information could harm him in his criminal case.  The Goat’s attorneys whined:  “Entry of a protective order is particularly important given the pendency of the Criminal Matter. It would be both unfair and inappropriate for Greer to agree to sit for a deposition only to have his deposition testimony used against him in other proceedings or to invoke a waiver of a Fifth Amendment privilege.”

The Goat’s attorneys launched an unprovoked attack against Larry Noodles in their motion for protective order.  They argued:  “Throughout the duration of this case, certain media outlets have repeatedly published slanderous and disparaging articles directed at Defendants.”  I am flattered that the Goat referred to me as a media outlet.  I thought I was just a lowly blogger.  I now have credibility.  Be assured readers, I will never sell out to the mainstream press like Paul Bass, regardless of how much the Goat and his attorneys compliment me in their motions.

 

 

 


One thought on “Washington Trust Bank Rats out the Goat

  1. Washington Trust Bank should be ashamed of themselves that World Class blogger Larry Noodles was not among the recipients of the Goat files. Very poor public relations to withhold respect that a preeminent blogger is deserving of.

    The Goat’s attorneys whined: “Entry of a protective order is particularly important given the pendency of the Criminal Matter. It would be both unfair and inappropriate for Greer to agree to sit for a deposition only to have his deposition testimony used against him in other proceedings”

    If I was a prosecutor, that statement would set off alarm bells & send me running to subpoena these papers.

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