Lawsuit Inperium & Partners at Law v. MeepdaMeep123

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  1. Matthew100x

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    Hello, your honor, my name is Matthew100x, Partner Attorney with Inperium & Partners at Law. I am also assisted by Cooleagles2005, Associate Attorney with Inperium & Partners at Law. Today I am here with the blessing of Bharatj, Minister of Justice, to launch a prosecution against MeepdaMeep123 (Blessing.png).

    Our company is levying the official charges of Scamming, Incitement of a crime, Obstruction of Justice, and Stealing. Unofficially, (we have no law for this), we'd like to levy a charge of fraudulent misrepresentation.

    In our case of Angell44 and Shadowlink17 v. RextheBest, an unfortunate situation occurred where the defendant of that case sold a property (BC-100) to MeepdaMeep123. Rex should not have sold the plot, as that property was at the forefront in a major case against him for not following a payment agreement over said property. He did not have full ownership of the property. In our Out-of-Court settlement agreement (which can be viewed here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/10FoeKGEzzRGIfwG_K75roiHWEoi4kBq1Pnek9V9fzK0/edit?usp=sharing) Rex agreed to admit guilt for selling the property he did now own and committing an anticipatory breach of contract (The agreement signatures are in a book ingame which I have possession of). The property is currently frozen and in the process of being returned to Shadowlink17.

    In our investigation of the situation, the company came across startling information provided by RextheBest himself. MeepdaMeep123 instructed RextheBest on Thursday, September 10th, 2020, to sell him the property, BC-100, for 10,000 krunas, well below its actual property value to satisfy the debt (Evidence 1 and Evidence 2). This action led to a complex legal situation where the plot in question had to be frozen (Evidence 3). He did this by gaining RextheBest's trust. By telling him that he would be 'help him with his case' as seen in Evidence 1. Everything MeepdaMeep123 said, RextheBest took as legal advice, he followed through with the instructions given to him by MeepdaMeep123 and gave our company's clients 5k (Evidence 4 and 5).

    MeepdaMeep123 did this knowingly and then attempted to lie about it both to me and RextheBest (Evidence 6). MeepdaMeep123 is clearly seen denying what RextheBest is saying to us in spite of the truth seen in Evidence 1 and Evidence 2. MeepdaMeep123 has been very adamant in his conversations with me about keeping his plot and wanting reassurances that he will keep BC-100 (Evidence 7, Evidence 8, and Evidence 9). He spent an excess of 20,000 krunas preparing a plot he knew he shouldn't have bought so that he would have a claim on the plot against Shadowlink17, the original plot owner.

    ====Arguments for Charges====

    Scamming: As seen in Evidence 1, Evidence 2, and Evidence 6. MeepdaMeep123 is accused of scamming RextheBest in order to get the property BC-100. Because the property was not meant to be sold and was originally Shadowlink17's, it also means that he scammed her as well. The property in question was also purposely undervalued so that MeepdaMeep123 could get maximum value from it.

    Incitement of a Crime: Seen in Evidence 1 and Evidence 2, MeepdaMeep123 directed RextheBest to commit a crime. The crimes are obstruction of justice and stealing property. Since RextheBest was unable to sell BC-100 because he did not own it yet sold it anyways, MeepdaMeep123 is accused of incitement.

    Obstruction of Justice: By entering into our case to buy the plot as seen in Evidence 1 and 2 and then lying about it in Evidence 6, MeepdaMeep123 is accused of Obstruction of Justice. He forced Bharatj, Minister of Justice, to do an asset freeze on BC-100 because of his actions. He knew about the legal case and still purposely got involved.

    Stealing: As seen in Evidence 1, Evidence 2, Evidence 6, Evidence 7, Evidence 8, and Evidence 9. MeepdaMeep123 attempted to steal the property BC-100 that was owned by Shadowlink17. He did so by gaining the trust of Rex and buying the plot from him. He seemed not to care that the plot was originally Shadowlink17's, as seen in the multiple times he contacted me about the plot, seeking reassurances that he would be able to keep the plot. MeepdaMeep123 knew full well what he was doing and that the plot did not belong to him. Thus, MeepdaMeep123 is accused of stealing.

    Fraudulent misrepresentation: While not an actual law in our legal system, the crime is egregious enough to call for it. As seen in Evidence 1, Evidence 2, and Evidence 6. MeepdaMeep123gave what RextheBest considered to be legal advice. By telling him that he could 'help him with his case', MeepdaMeep123 temporarily assumed the role as RextheBest's lawyer to take advantage of him. RextheBest followed what MeepdaMeep123 told him to do as seen in Evidence 4 and Evidence 5. Once he secured the plot, he tried to lie about his involvement in the case to avoid consequences. Thus, our company accuses MeepdaMeep123 of fraudulent misrepresentation.


    ====End of Arguments for Charges====

    Your Honor, we hope that justice can be expedited in this case. Our company closes our opening arguments.
     

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  2. Matt

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    @Meepdameep123 is hereby summoned to the court to acknowledge the case. If the Defendant, @Meepdameep123, does not acknowledge the case as a reply in 2 days, the case will close in the Plaintiff's favor.
    Court Status: This court case is in session and presided by Judge Matty707


    The
    Department of Justice, will be tasked with messaging the Defendant regarding this civil court case.

    I would also like to remind all parties involved about the strict
    Honesty in Court Law.

    Thank you.
     
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  3. Supermetro

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    Good morning everyone.
    I am supermetro and on the behalf of Innoocently Guilty Lawfirm i am representing my client, Meepdameep123 in court today.

    Your honour,
    In our investigation situation came out that Bharatj told to my client (Meep) to dont worry about the lawsuit that has been created against him because he is witness to the fact that Meepdameep123 never knew of the debt amount of RextheBest. So, seen the blessing and the evidences we believe that all his accusations are unfounded
     

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  4. Matt

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    Thank you for your reply. I saw it, but I became indisposed for a week. Thank you for providing some form of evidence as well. I have read it over...

    However, I am curious of the timeline. Within the Plaintiff's opening statements, within Evidence #2, the Defendant had appeared to give RexTheBest a time frame to accept the proposed offer. Then, a day later, apparently heard about what was going on with plot BC-100 and started a private conversation with Bharatj to discuss what happened. Now, the Prosecution is stating that Bharatj wasn't aware of the new evidence brought against the Defendant until the case was conceived.

    I may need to bring Bharatj to the stand, to provide more insight on the statement he provided the Defendant, shown within the Evidence provided by the Defense.

    Before I do so, is there anything else you'd like to add, Mr. @Supermetro ?
     
  5. Supermetro

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    Your honour,

    we dont have to addd anyting and we confirm what you said (Within the Plaintiff's opening statements, within Evidence #2, the Defendant had appeared to give RexTheBest a time frame to accept the proposed offer. Then, a day later, apparently heard about what was going on with plot BC-100 and started a private conversation with Bharatj to discuss what happened. Now, the Prosecution is stating that Bharatj wasn't aware of the new evidence brought against the Defendant until the case was conceived.)