Posted by ASDUpdates on February 12th, 2013
When I checked the Zeek/SEC docket this morning, I found this, an Objection to the Receiver’s Motion to Compel:
I am writing about it as an example of the level of the total disconnect present in this case, namely that Nathaniel Woods has no apparent idea that this Motion was Ordered on January 17th. Or perhaps he does know and is doing nothing more than filing mute documents in an effort to confuse the issues, something present since the case began.
Some of the more nonsensical statements made in this filing are:
- When Woods pointed out that the initial Subpoena was sent improperly, the receiver sent 2 more subpoenas properly, but Woods says he was not given “prior notice” of them being sent.
- In a call to one of the receiver’s attorneys, Woods claims it was “insinuated” that Woods didn’t provide the requested information, it would cost him “a lot of time, money and aggravation”
- Woods believes the Receiver already has the info requested in the Zeek documents
- there are many more claims made, I have posted them on the Files website
Once again, a deceased equine is being beaten. The Motion to Compel was Ordered, this filing is beyond belief and any sense of what is rational. It raises the question of what other motives Nathaniel Woods might have for filing an Objection over 3 weeks after the Motion was Ordered by the Court.
Also raising questions is why Woods put his address as “c/o” a physical street address he has used and with which he has long been associated. A cursory search of tax records show that the address is not owned by Woods. You might be able to understand his using a P. O. Box, but this makes little sense. Is Nathaniel Woods part of the “big picture” or just an unwitting “affiliate”? Perhaps the Receiver knows the answer to that and it may become clear when Kenneth Bell responds to this Objection.