The first new skeleton has been added to the existing closet of Edward C. Saucerman, self-appointed “Titan” of the investigative industry, where we’d previously stored the lawsuit against him and the Fontana Unified School District in which it was alleged by the Plaintiff — a student about to graduate — that Saucerman arrested him just before his graduation was about to commence and got him jailed for several days on suspicion that he might know who did some graffiti on school property! The new addition to his closet is actually a corpse — it’s a currently active civil rights suit alleging that Saucerman and other private investigators violated the Ralph Civil Rights Act and committed Assault against a disabled African American man filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court.
A new closet has been opened up for attorney Gregory Andrew Yates. A lawsuit by his former client alleges that he committed malpractice and fraud in his representation of her concerning her being attacked by an LAPD Officer Jesse Reyes while — as a reporter — she was covering the 2007 Mayday Demonstration for Immigrant Rights act MacArthur Park in Los Angeles. This lawsuit also details a series of other actions filed against Yates in court by a former client alleging malpractice (that he settled for a substantial amount), a lawyer who assisted him on a case alleging that he was defrauded out of his fee, a motorist who got into an accident with Yates and said that Yates attacked him and called him a “faggot,” and others.