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Paatalo v. Neil Franklin Garfield

From Today’s “Livinglies” Post from Neil Garfield:

“In the era of the Flood, the Sages suggest a deeper malady associated with the rampant thievery. The Midrash reports that often many thieves would descend on their victim together, but each of them would take only a very small quantity of goods to insure their individual exemption from prosecution. The thieves would repeat this over and over again. The end result was that though they had become enriched, the thieves could rationalize they hadn’t really done anything wrong, for, after all, no court was demanding they stand trial.”

And from his post on September 25, 2014:

“This is the beginning of the new year on the Jewish calendar. It culminates with a day of atonement in which we recognize our weaknesses and transgressions and atone for our misdeeds.”

Folks, there are those that “walk the walk” and those that “talk the talk.” After failing to respond to my formal Florida Bar Complaint, and ignoring all other demands to “atone” for this felonious act, I was left with no other alternative but to file this complaint. I air this not only as a warning to all, but to shed a spotlight on arrogance and hypocrisy.


Paatalo v Garfield – Complaint10252014_0000 

One Responseto “Paatalo v. Neil Franklin Garfield”

  1. Ja says:

    This really sucks. I have seen comments before that he had taken money and not provided services. It is a real shame that you have to do this, but good for you!

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