How Litigation against Riverstone Residential gets Dismissed – Court Transcript – Riverstone Residential’s Motion for Summary Judgment – Judge Timothy Kelly – 19th Judicial Court – Baton Rouge, LA

This is an example of the corrupt judicial system. I have more notes to write about this but until then I would like to point out that we did not see the apartment we were leasing and our attorney does not mention that. As far as how was the management company supposed to know there was mold?  Well, they have had to have a mold testing company come out and test before from complaints.  They have the ducts cleaned out on a regular basis and paint over the vents.  There is the 2007 mold report done during the sale of the complex that points out all the mold.  The judges wife is the Commissioner of Administration and on the State Bond Commission that approved the sale of the complex.  Hmmm…


About Sharon Kramer

Hi, I'm an advocate for integrity in health marketing and in the courts.
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