Trump's Victory Over Stormy Daniels Lawsuit Is 4th Defeat For UConn's Ronald L. Mallett
The judgment of Federal Judge S. James Otero, in dismissing the defamation suit of Stormy Daniels against Donald Trump, has shattering consequences in the war between Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng & the University of Connecticut's Ronald L. Mallett.
By: Fame Plan
Charles Harder, attorney representing the President in the lawsuit stated the ruling was "a total victory for President Trump and a total defeat for Stormy Daniels." Trump tweeted in reaction, "Federal Judge throws out Stormy Daniels lawsuit versus Trump. Trump is entitled to full legal fees." @FoxNews Great, now I can go after Horseface and her 3rd rate lawyer in the Great State of Texas. She will confirm the letter she signed! She knows nothing about me, a total con! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
This makes the 4th legal event, directly or indirectly, constituting a defeat for Ronald Mallett who, for over a year now, Marshall Barnes has publicly called "a liar, fraud and con man" as relates to Mallett's much ballyhooed career as an alleged "time travel scientist".
The first defeat was when the office of the Florida Attorney General reviewed and then forwarded a detailed, complaint report against Ronald Mallett and his Florida based ally, Scott J. Cooper, for fraud, misrepresentation and violating Florida's law against selling products using false and misleading statements, to the FTC. Mallett and Cooper were caught attempting sale of a "theoretical commodity" they named, "Time Travel X" for $799 per unit, declaring in a video promotional advertisement, the value of Time Travel X was linked to that of Bit Coin, when in fact, it's only value was linked to that of Ronald Mallett's research. That wouldn't have been a problem except for the fact that Marshall had overwhelming evidence that Mallett has no real research and the little bit that he has done has been invalidated multiple ways by Marshall's expert analysis as well as that of other scientists, including J.R. Gott of Princeton and even Nobel Prize in Physics winner, Kip Thorne.
The Federal Trade Commission was already investigating and raiding Cooper's WPM offices for fraud and other unethical activities he was being accused of in relation to WPM's patent promotion business, which led to the 2nd legal action adversely affecting Mallett, when a federal judge subsequently found the FTC had enough evidence to keep Cooper's and WPM's assets frozen and proceed to trial (see https://www.prlog.org/
However, the 3rd defeat came when Cooper settled with the FTC and the federal judge accepting the settlement found Cooper must accept the accusations against him as true within the context of the settlement. Time Travel X had become part of the World Patent Marketing catalog causing it to be under the jurisdiction of the settlement which also enjoins all persons connected to World Patent Marketing from misrepresenting that anyone is an adviser to the company, which would include Mallett, a willing participant in the company's advisory board who told members of the press he was excited to be involved in such capacity - until the FTC crackdown began. It also includes goods and services from WPM, which would include Time Travel X.
"Just those events alone, solidly link Mallett to a participating with a fraudulent enterprise because he specifically and directly promoted fraudulent and misleading advertising in an attempt to defraud those who bought Time Travel X.", Marshall stated. "That alone allows me to state, without hesitation, that Ronald Lawrence Mallett is a liar, fraud and con man in as far as his time travel activities and claims are concerned. However, I have extensive evidence supporting all of those accusations I have made and I stand eager, highly motivated and with every intention of defending my statements and accusations against Mallett wherever he may challenge them, to the fullest extent that they can defame and destroy his name, character, reputation and career - in as far as his being a time travel scientist. That phrase alone is a mockery of the truth and I'll be damned if I'm going to let it stand."
Although proof that accusations are true is the affirmative defense in defamation cases, the judgement of Judge Otero in the Trump/Daniels case sets a precedent that can be cited due to the fact that neither side had any real evidence but it was the lack of credible evidence on Daniels' side, to support her allegations that Trump had defamed her, that sank her case. Conversely, Marshall has a massive arsenal of documents, emails, video and other images to support each and every allegation and accusation he has made against Mallett, making any attempt to sue Marshall for defamation, a suicide mission as Marshall has repeatedly stated such an action would result in he and his attorneys putting Mallett under oath for two days worth of detailed questioning, designed to not only prove Marshall right, but that Mallett is in fact a scientific fraud when it comes to time travel.
"I'll have Mallett on the witness stand looking like a blithering idiot, leaving no doubt for the jury as to the fraud he really is", Marshall said.