Monday, December 21, 2009

KingCast pings Morgan Lewis DC Managing Partner Grace E. Speights about Sam Shaulson, a liar in the New York Office.

Dear Attorney Speights:

It is with deep regret that I write to notify you that Morgan Lewis has a liar in their midst, and he is a Partner no less. Please review the Rule 3.3 Ethics Complaint against Sam Shaulson, who has allowed for spoliation of evidence in my Civil Rights case against Citibank -- even after his client was specifically warned to maintain any and all such video.

I've got news for him: The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination will request a copy of at least one of the videotapes in question, and when it comes out MCAD will see that the bank's purported legitimate nondiscriminatory rationales for refusing to open a bank account for me as a black male are not worthy of credence per Burdine and McDonald-Douglas.

As to your client Citibank being complete and utter money laundering dirt bags, almost every multinational banking scam involves Citibank. I've been listing Enron, Ohio, California, Mexico, Russia and some of the others here.

Be that as it may, I saw that someone from Morgan Lewis with a Philadelphia server was reading this blog on 19 December 2009 at 1:39 pm -- Morgan, Lewis And Bockius ( and from Washington, DC on 21 December 2009 at 8:32 Morgan Lewis ( folks were reading the Sam Shaulson blog -- and thought it might be you, given that you head up the diversity program and would be interested in matters of racism.

Please call or write if you have any questions.

UPDATE: Citibank came by to check it out at 4:30 today: ISP Citigroup 21st December 2009 16:30 No referring link

-Christopher King, J.D. a/k/a "The Watchdog."

1 comment:

  1. Read my comment at seeking alpha:

    I dunno, maybe they can rustle up some more money with another money-laundering scheme as they did in Mexico, wanna' see the General Accounting Office report and pictogram?

    OSI-99-1: Private Banking: Raul Salinas, Citibank, and Alleged Money Laundering.


    Or how about Russia:

    No you don't have to like a company to trade its stock, but you should be aware of its history if you don't want to condone the conduct.