Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Kelley Lynch Email To Kevin Prins Re. IP Asset Valuations; Unconstitutionally Vague Default Judgment; Federal Tax & Corporate Matters, Etc.

From: Kelley Lynch <kelley.lynch.2010@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 6:11 PM
Subject: Leonard Cohen Default & Expense Ledger
To Kevin Prins cc:  Multiple Parties


The Complaint, declarations in support of default, and proposed language re. default are silent as to the non-revocable intellectual property assignments and Blue Mist.  Where on the ledger are the IP assets valued?  Where on the ledger can I find items related to Blue Mist or Old Ideas?  Clearly, one cannot have an unconstitutionally vague "default judgment" - particularly in a matter where I was not served; there is extrinsic fraud re. proof of service; Richard Cromelin/LA Times advised me of the suit but I was never served; Chad Knaak advised Edelman's associate that I was NOT served and would hold him personally responsible for mental duress if he attempted to serve me; etc.  I find it rather criminal that a man who was a teenager witnessing this situation has been dragged into this situation by Leonard Cohen, his lawyers, and now The Criminal Stalker is harassing me over a family friend I have known since he was in first grade.  Clearly, any mother would find that distressing.  In fact, most mothers find it disturbing that Cohen and the City Attorney targeted me over my son's horrendous accident and LIED about that matter.  But, evil is evil.  No lie or vicious tactic will change karma.  

Would you let me know where these items were addressed - in particular the valuation of the IP assets I was compensated with for my services.