GALLION EXPANDS ON SEIZURE OF HIS PROPERTY BY ANGELA FORD ALLEGEDLY IN VIOLATION OF ATTORNEY/CLIENT PRIVILEGE

July 24, 2011

By LawReader Senior Editor Stan Billingsley

   In a second e-mail forwarded  to LawReader.com from Fen Phen defendant William Gallion, additional issues are raised concerning the  conduct  of Angela Ford  in seizing his property including his office files.

The Gallion e-mail dated July 23, 2011 states:

“In a separate message to Billingsley you should point out that Ford also took my family photos..there was a framed photo of me and Queen Elizabeth at Ascot in 2005 which Ford took off the wall at my house and then bought at auction, maybe she has it hanging in her office.

“She or her representatives went through my and Melissa’s underwear drawers. keep in mind that if the civil judgment has been superceeded then none of this would have happened. Only because of the extremely excessive size of the judgement were we unable to superceed.  Now that the case has been reversed it must all be put back…reminds me of the quote from the District Judge in the Roger Clement’s trial..how do you unring the bell?

“You might also inform… (LawReader) that Ford took all of my paper files, including all of the office files regarding the clients and their settlements. I don’t have any idea where those files are located.

“She may claim that she had an Order of Execution which authorized taking the computer and files. But the law is clear that no court can order a breach or waiver of attorney/client privilege.

“I am not sure but she may have done the same thing to Shirley Cunningham.”

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