By Brian Wilson, NARRG Legal Liaison
Highlights of the Fifth Court Hearing for the Legal Case of National Alliance, Pierce, et al. Plaintiffs vs. Gliebe, et al. Defendants will be briefly presented below.
The Fifth Hearing took place in Virginia on Tuesday, March 8, 2016, with four out of six of the NARRG Plaintiffs being present, including myself. Defendant Cartwright and NA Corporation representative William White Williams were present, while Defendants Gliebe, and Maziarka were not present.
The following three Attorneys attended representing their respective clients:
- the Corporate Attorney for the Plaintiff National Alliance Reform & Restoration Group (NARRG’s ‘general’ Attorney of Record);
- the Corporate Attorney for the Defendant National Alliance Corporation (who also acts as Williams personal Attorney);
- the personal Attorney for Defendant Erich Gliebe.
It should be noted that Williams’ Indiana Attorney who serves a dual role as both legal financial guardian for Will Williams (due to Williams’ mental disability) and also appears to be Williams NA Corporate General Counsel, was not present at the hearing.
Motion 1 initiated by the Defendant NA Corporation, was for a “Demurrer” and “Plea in Bar” on the standing issue for the Plaintiffs (NARRG) against the Defendant NA Corporation only. The Judge ruled that the standing issue will be revisited at the next hearing (Sixth Hearing), yet to be scheduled. Note the Demurrer and Plea in Bar for the Fifth Hearing was for only the NA Corporation itself as a Defendant, and did not apply to the original three Defendants, Gliebe, Cartwright, and Maziarka, who remain unaffected by this Motion 1.
Motion 2 initiated by NARRG, was for authorization to amend the original Complaint against the Defendants filed on Jan 2, 2014 by the Plaintiffs (NARRG). One potential amendment among others would be to name Will Williams as a personal defendant. The Judge ruled that the Plaintiffs (NARRG) have until April 19, 2016 to amend the Complaint that was originally filed Jan 2, 2014.
Also initiated by NARRG immediately before the hearing started was a Subpoena for request of Corporate Documents that was personally served against Will Williams by a Process Server brought in by our attorney for that specific purpose. As a result of this served Subpoena, Williams has 21 days to personally comply with the production of Corporate Documents.
Similarly initiated by NARRG was a Subpoena for request of Corporate Documents that was served by a Process Server on another third party that may have access to NA Corporate Documents.
At the Fifth Hearing held on March 8, 2016, there was no decision made as to NARRG’s standing, but with resolution to be made at the next hearing (Sixth Hearing). The arguments heard by the attorney’s present, which included Williams’ and Gliebe’s attorney joining forces against our attorney, resulted in another hearing that will be scheduled probably within the next several months.
It should be stated that Defendant Jayne Cartwright, who now serves as NA Corporation Secretary under the current Chairman Williams, was formerly Treasurer of the NA Corporation while Gliebe was Chairman, and thus legally had direct financial responsibility for past financial mismanagement and illegal wrongdoings that is now evident as a direct result of NARRG’s ongoing continuing legal efforts. The lawsuit is just not about getting rid of Gliebe, contrary to the mantra what Williams and his few supporters keep shouting.
Per Erich Gliebe’s so-called “severance agreement” with Will Williams, a stipulated requirement is for Gliebe to help Williams defend him against our lawsuit. Thus, although Gliebe wasn’t present, his attorney was there to back up Williams’ attorney and gave oral argument to augment the Williams case. In other words, the NARRG attorney was battling two attorneys at the same time.
As Will Williams and Jayne Cartwright were the only board members present, it would appear that these two are the only remaining NA Board of Directors left. The legality of the dropping of two other board members is in question as it is obvious there is a power struggle within the Williams group who are attempting to depose the “God Damn Pope” as Williams calls himself.
The multiple (but only annually required) Virginia SCC filings of corporate officers and directors so far this year by competing factions is evidence of the power struggle in a sort of “dueling banjos” of frequent “tug of war” filings. Williams, being involved in several legal actions in West Virginia, has seen these cases move from magistrate to circuit court due to the nature of corporate involvement with the charges.
Note that in NARRG’s opinion, the main reason for the NA Corporation in attempting to dismiss the lawsuit due to standing is a direct result of the successful Discovery of third party (Corporate Bank) subpoenaed financial documents. Gliebe, Cartwright, and Williams are scared as to what these subpoenaed financial documents have revealed as a result of the thorough forensic accounting analysis that has now been completed by NARRG, and which is ready to present as hard conclusive evidence at trial.
Before the March 8, 2016 hearing started that morning, Williams was heard by this writer to verbally utter the following audible comment out loud:
“ I hope that this lawsuit ends today .”
Contrary to Williams’s audible wish that morning, his hope did not come to fruition. To confirm that for all to see, a March 11, 2016 online record search of the Virginia Courts Case Information website shows that the case status is still active, and has not been dismissed nor otherwise settled as shown in the screenshot below.
Sorry to disappoint Strom and Williams, however their false reporting of our “death” is highly exaggerated. The lawsuit is in fact alive and well with another hearing coming up in the near future, hopefully the last one before setting a trial date.
Unlike Williams who is actively and aggressively advertising for donors to his legal defense fund to cover the multiple concurrent civil and criminal lawsuits against him personally in West Virginia, NARRG is strictly focused on one lawsuit against the Gliebe/Williams run NA., in our valiant effort to rid the NA of corrupt self-serving officials and then restore good corporate governance for the National Alliance.
NARRG is pleading to all of our readers to help us in our destiny to restore Dr. Pierce’s vision for this organization. This is your opportunity as an individual to join us in this noble task in achieving the future of Our Cause. We cannot thank you enough for your continued heartfelt commitment to this vision. Any monetary donations given by you are going to be put 100% to the NARRG legal fund exclusively for legal bills only, as we at NARRG donate all of our own time and expenses free of charge. Our hearts and thoughts on a daily basis will continue with you to achieve our common goals. Thank you.