LAWREADER HAS OBTAINED A COPY OF AN ALLEGED ANSWER AND COUNTERCLAIM IN THE ANGELA FORD CIVIL SUIT AGAINST SETH JOHNSTON. It is alleged by her former co-counsel, that Ford was trying to “insulate her assets” from potential creditors by setting up foreign companies.

Seth Johnston Files Counterclaim and Answer Against Angela Ford
By LawReader Feb. 20, 2013

Seth Johnston has been indicted for having drug transactions in foreign companies….it is not alleged in this answer and counterclaim that either Ford of Johnston were involved in a drug deal. But if Johnston is offered “consideration” by the Government, to reveal Ford’s knowledge…there is no telling what might be disclosed. We don’t know…and can only wait until more information is confirmed to us.
Our sources indicated that at one hearing the Trial Judge had sealed the Answer…but this copy bears no reference to any official sealing. LawReader cannot confirm the validity of this pleading but it surelooks like the real thing, and we can’t think of any reason for someone to write a 22 page hoax.

This pleading is date in October 30th. of 2012. There is no indication on the pleading that it was sealed by the trial judge.
In this pleading it is alleged that Ford became aware that her summary judgment obtained in Boone County was not final due to a pending appeal to the Ky. Court of Appeals. Johnston alleges that she became nervous and upon learning of his talent at setting up money-making foreign business ventures, she wanted to have him set her up with the intent of providing herself some insulation from future creditors…
The Ct. of Appeals set aside the Boone County Judgement and Ford proceeded with her efforts to have Johnston help her “insulate” her assets from her creditors. Reports on the street, allege that Ford transferred about $3.6 million dollars to Johnston to invest for her.

The Ky. Supreme Court has had the Ford appeal of the Ct. of Appeals ruling for about 13 months and a decision is anticipated shortly.

While the pleading does not mention it, the Kentucky Appealate courts in 2011 granted judgment against Ford’s clients in a case where the court found that the statute of limitaitons was violated by the plaintiff’s attorney (Angela Ford) to the detriment of Ford’s some 30 clients. If that case stayed in that configuration then Ford potentially faced large malpractice claims in the millions.

LawReader HAS PUIBLISHED THIS ENTIRE 22 PAGE PLEADNG ON ITS HOME PAGE….
LOOK FOR LINK AT TOP OF HOME PAGE OF LAWREADER.

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