Queen Tut’s Daughter Mercia Francis Submits Another Letter to the Court in Robert David Steele Defamation Case

A letter from Mercia Francis dated February 25, 2018 and received by the Clerk of U. S. District Court in Richmond, VA on February 28, 2018 was filed on the court record on March 1, 2018. This 14 page document (#33) consists of a 2 page letter from Mercia Francis, a letter from FOCO Properties concerning the tenancy of Susan Lutzke in a Fort Collins, CO condominium, and the November 7, 2017 Robert David Steele article called, How The Deep State Controls Social Media and Digitally Assassinates Critics.

This Robert David Steele article had been addressed in a November 12, 2017 commentary here at Tracking the Leopard Meroz called Robert David Steele and His List of Crowdstalkers and Co-Conspirators:  Is Your Name On This List?

Read Document 33 at this link:robert david steele 3 1 2018 letter qt.


The Strategic Maneuvers of Queen Tut Around the Robert David Steele Defamation Lawsuit

“…because you never take a stand against deception, what you have to do is move around deception.  You have to beat them at their own game”.  Queen Tut
[Queen Tut Interview II-Hoax Wars Live, published February 23, 2018 on You Tube, 34.14 mark]

Hoax Wars: Is the legal war between Robert David Steele and Queen Tut for real, or is it just a hoax mocking the American judicial system’s method of arriving at truth through facts and evidence?

On September 1, 2017 Robert David Steele and Earth Intelligence Network filed a civil lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, against Jason Goodman, Patricia A. Negron and Queen Tut, A Woman Believed to be Known as Carla A. Howell.  The Plaintiff is seeking compensatory, statutory (three-fold the damages sustained), and punitive damages in an amount not less than $15,350,000.  In addition, the plaintiff desires “prejudgment interest on the principal sum awarded by the Jury from June 15, 2017 to the date of Judgment at the rate of six percent per year, attorney’s fees, and costs arising out of Defendants’ defamation per se, insulting words, business conspiracy, common-law conspiracy, and tortious interference with contract and business expectancies”.

Jason Goodman is representing himself (Pro Se), Patricia Negron is represented by professional legal counsel…and then there is the third defendant who is taking another strategy altogether.

Contrary to popular opinion, Queen Tut is not so ancient, after all. Her birth certificate filed with the federal court shows she is a young 80 years old, although suffering a bit of dementia, diagnosed after she forgot there is a $15 million dollar lawsuit against her.

The third defendant, Queen Tut, is known on the internet primarily through her anonymous interviews, and by her signature Trello Boards which feature the main points of her topics.

In the February 23d Hoax Wars interview, Queen Tut at the 32.11 mark says, “I’m getting to my reveal here, okay?  Because  I was fully aware of how RDS operates, because I worked in anti-corruption for many years and I’m aware of the kind of strategies that the bad guys use, okay, to manipulate and silence people.  I was involved in that very heavily for a long period of time and so when this court case was filed, I knew I was not gonna respond to it because first of all they had to serve me okay, which I have never been served um, and I knew that uh, they were just gonna try and flush Queen Tut out because they already had their hands on Jason, they already had their hands on Trish, but the whole thing is they just want to flush everybody out and you know, create chaos.”

Going back to when this defamation lawsuit was first filed, we find that on page 8 of the complaint that the statement was made that “Defendant, ‘Queen Tut’, is a person believed to be Carla A. Howell.  Howell is a citizen of New Jersey.  She is a political activist.  There is a biography of her on the internet…At all times relevant to this action, Queen Tut acted in concert with and as an agent, alter ego or instrumentality of Goodman and Negron”.

Later, without apology to Howell for falsely naming her as a defendant, the Plaintiffs filed court documents against another person who they thought might be Queen Tut, a Susan A. Lutzke who they claimed had been legally served with a court summons. Months later, when no response to this summons was made, the Plaintiffs asked the court to declare a default judgment against Lutzke.

The submission to the court of Queen Tut’s birth certificate

On February 22, 2018 a two page document comprised of a letter and a birth certificate was filed with the court stating that Queen Tut was given the name at birth of Helen Suzanne Ingraham.  The birth certificate displays a date of birth of December 4, 1937, making this new person behind the Queen Tut voice, to be 80 years old.  The accompanying letter from the daughter, Mercia Francis, claims that her mother has been diagnosed with dementia and is not providing an address or contact because of fears that Robert David Steele might send someone to harm her.

The next day, on February 23, 2018,  the attorney for the plaintiff filed an 8 page letter to the Judge indicating that they had no knowledge of Mercia Francis, the writer of the letter, and were unable to find any online information about this person.  Attorney  Steven S. Biss stated, “Defendant, Queen Tut a/k/a/ Susan A. Lutzke, does not suffer from dementia.” The rest of this letter was devoted to displaying Twitter messages from Queen Tut’s account in order to support their assertion that Susan Lutzke had “ramped up her attacks on Robert David Steele”.

Why are there no statements to the court from Carla Howell or Susan Lutzke?

What is so bizarre about this issue of who is behind the Queen Tut anonymous handle, is that neither Carla Howell nor Susan A. Lutzke has written the court to deny that they are this Queen Tut who is being sued for defamation against Robert David Steele and his nonprofit corporation, Earth Intelligence Network. The natural response of most persons to discovering that they were wrongly named as a defendant in a lawsuit would be to quickly and vehemently explain to the court that they had nothing to do with the plaintiff and demand that such persons cease and desist from continuing to make false accusations.

This new assertion to the court that Queen Tut is an 80 year old woman with dementia who is unwilling to provide an address or means of contact does little to clear up the mystery of her identity.  One has to consider that the childhood surname has since been changed to reflect at least one marriage, because the attorney for the plaintiffs were unable to discover an internet footprint of the names provided.

On February 23, 2018 a YouTube channel called Hoax Wars granted a second interview with Queen Tut.  The first interview involved her discussion of the amount of money that Patricia Negron had to pay for her legal representation, as well as remarks  about Jason Goodman and his legal strategy. In both interviews, Queen Tut is as lively as ever, with no signs of dementia or paranoia.

Before asking the Judge to declare a default judgment against Queen Tut, was she properly served with a summons as required by Federal court procedures?

In this most recent interview is the document shown below,  which Queen Tut displays in her usual Trello Board format. She has titled this board, (Double?) Agent Robert David Steele:  Active Measures Against the Internet Truth Movement…One of the pieces of evidence which Queen Tut presents to back up her arguments,  is a letter stating that Susan Lutzke had not lived in the condo apartments where Robert David Steele had claimed to have served her a court summons, since 2015.

When one reviews the Affidavit of Service which was provided by Roland Process Svc. and Investigations, LLC, it was noted that on October 11, 2017 that service was attempted, and “I spoke with a male subject stated his name was Steve. He said he has lived there for 2 years and has gotten several pieces of mail for Susan.”  On the fourth attempt, the documents were left at the door.

Should not the process server checked with the condo management regarding the tenancy of Susan Lutzke?

Given the statement by Steve Bytnar who claims that Susan A. Lutzke had not resided at the address in question since March of 2015, it would appear to the impartial observer that legal service had not been completed on Ms. Lutzke.  If that is the case, the document 30 filed in this lawsuit, Plaintiffs’ Motion for Entry of Default Against Defendant, “Queen Tut” a/k/a/ Susan A. Lutzke seems premature because it bases its conclusion on what appears to be misinformation that proper service had been completed. This is a matter for the Judge to review and make a determination on.

Is Robert David Steele a double agent of the Russians, and employing their Active Measures strategy?

Queen Tut’s Trello Board uses the term Active Measures which refers to the set of techniques which Soviet security and intelligence departments use to influence the politics of other nations. These methods are the same as that of the CIA, Mafia style groups and others, so it is significant that Queen Tut is emphasizing a Russian link, and she ties a former KGB General’s short recommendation of one of Robert David Steele’s books to support her thesis that Robert David Steele might be a double or even a triple agent.

The Russian link is the latest fad accusation, just as the pedophilia accusation had been widely promoted last year by the social media attention getters. I am not going to go into detail with how Queen Tut lays out her argument that Robert David Steele’s actions match those of Active Measures; but if you are interested, examine her illustrated argument in her Trello Board and listen to her second Hoax Wars video.  My complaint with regard to her presentation of the Active Measures methodology of Robert David Steele is that she has not proven, with hard evidence, the assertions she makes. In fact there can be many reasons unassociated with a Soviet link, that would explain why and how Steele behaves as he does.

At the 38.51 mark, Queen Tut comments, “…basically what I was doing was giving him enough rope to hang themselves, okay?  And they did.  They did hang themselves and here’s the evidence and everyone would be able to see that when they look at the Trello Board, okay.  Now here’s the other thing that I’m going to reveal tonight that’s breaking news.  So everybody, I wanted to share this piece of it because this is significant because it shows how Active Measures are applied against people, and how attorneys with practices will lie, especially when they’re the arm of the Intel Agencies or the Intel Operations who are applying Active Measures against American citizens, for wanting to know the truth, okay?”

She explains, “So perfect example here of what they do to individuals and then we find out here of what they do to individuals and then we find out they, they lie, they don’t care about the law.  This attorney does not care about the law, okay?  Robert David Steele doesn’t care about Americans.  He doesn’t care about them.  He’s working two sides, maybe three, for who knows what kind of compensation, so here’s the big reveal.  This is, I’m gonna leave this hanging a little bit, here’s the reveal.  I am NOT Carla Howell.  Queen Tut is not Carla Howell…(40.35)…then they claimed it was Susan Lutzke, then they claimed that they served Susan Lutzke and she doesn’t even live there, okay?  And now I’m gonna let everybody know I’m not Susan Lutzke…(41.06)   in fact I have sent my birth certificate to the court about 4 or 5 days ago and it is now published on the court, in the court documents who I am, okay?”

Did Queen Tut’s “Big Reveal” clear away the fog surrounding her true identity?

The confusion of Queen Tut’s true identity has not been cleared up, despite the above proclamation.  The letter sent to the court was written by a Mercia Francis, who claims, “I am writing on behalf of my mother, known as Queen Tut…My mother has recently been diagnosed with dementia and I am now overseeing her social media and other affairs.” So why does Queen Tut say she sent the documents to the court?  Is she both Helen Suzanne Ingraham, and Mercia Francis?  Are the statements in these documents true?

At around the 36 minute mark of the Hoax Wars interview, Queen Tut is discussing the false basis on which the court summons of Susan Lutzke had been made, and she comments, “…when you file false affidavits in federal courts that’s serious…”. If there is any part of the documents filed by Queen Tut that are not true, that is also serious.

Assuming the birth certificate is actually that of Queen Tut, will it be shown later that she does not have a medically diagnosed case of dementia, and that this statement is on the artful side when the letter writer declares, “I am concerned about providing an address or contact number because my mother is fearful that Robert David Steele might send someone to harm her.  This fear could be associated with her diagnosis or his CIA background may inform that type of threat. I’m hoping this letter can be filed before any action is taken against the wrong people.”

The civil case legal process is always a slow one, as each side is allowed a time period to respond to the documentation which is filed with the court. So it may be some time before the questions which are presently being raised are answered with facts and evidence. But one item of interest should be noted.  Those who are aware that they are named in a civil case, and deliberately seek to avoid being served in accordance with standard procedures, can be legally brought into the court by other measures.

Since Queen Tut is the anonymous internet handle of a woman who has not been totally forthcoming in providing details of her whereabouts, or her personal history, it is worth mentioning that there was a defamation case filed on February 3, 2009 by Mark and Rhonda Lesher against anonymous message board posters on Topix.com. The judge in that case ordered that the IP addresses be provided in order to identify the persons responsible for posting defamatory comments against the Leshers.  In that particular case, the accusations were very serious ones which caused substantial financial harm,  and were based on false accusations which had been the basis of a criminal complaint. The Leshers were granted a thirteen million dollar judgment in the civil case, which can be read about in the articles linked here and here.

The “giving of enough rope to hang themselves” strategy

A final quote from the Queen Tut in the Hoax Wars interview at about the 42 minute mark is of interest: “…but by writing, which is what I did intentionally, I gave them enough rope to hang themselves.  And that’s a strategic way to deal with bad guys and I’m just sharing this with you guys not, to like you know, for any kind of ego scene.  I just want people to understand that when you’re dealing with evil guys or deal with criminal guys you have to be strategic, okay?  You, you can, you can react all you want and go whoa, I want to stand for truth; that’s one thing, but when you’re dealing with these guys, you have to be very, very strategic and you got to let them screw up and in this situation, they have, very, very profoundly.”

Genuine adversaries or hoaxers?

Perhaps Robert David Steele also has the same identical strategy as Queen Tut, which is to give your adversary enough rope to hang themselves.  It could be that we are witnessing the possibility that there might be two hangings in the making, if each is successful in their goals.  Who knows?  Is this a strategic duel where two adversaries end up doing each other in, a sort of ying/yang karmic cause and effect?  Both Robert David Steele and Queen Tut seem to think that they are unique in representing what has been termed the Internet Truth Movement. But there are so many accusations, so little evidence….truth is being trampled underfoot in the dust…where does that leave those who are willing to stand alone to speak the truth? I must presume that it is those persons who God has chosen to stand against deception, not those anonymous entities without the personal courage and wit to do so.




Attorney Connie Reguli: Lowering the Bar of Public Discourse on Child Protective Laws

The words of wise men are heard in quiet more than the cry of him that ruleth among fools.  Ecclesiastes 9:17

It would seem a simple matter that a lawyer should understand how to reason within the parameters of the laws affecting their client’s case.  It would also seem to be a simple matter that a lawyer should act solely for the benefit of their client, and not use that person’s cause to further their own personal interests. Lawyers are bound by professional standards in their practice, but what is the result when they enter into the realm of public discourse and their cries of injustice can be condemned on the basis that their findings of fact and conclusions of law were arbitrary and capricious, an abuse of discretion, and unsupported by substantial and material evidence?

Over the past few months we have been looking at several areas where the  Sovereign Citizen Movement, with their false legal arguments and falsified credentials, have caused those who heeded their counsel to go to jail. One of the issues which Sovereign Citizens have attached themselves to is the emotionally volatile Anti-CPS (Child Protective Services) movement.  In the midst of all this Anti-CPS clamor stands attorney Connie Reguli, who in contrast to Sovereign Citizen “diploma mill lawyers”,  actually graduated from an accredited law school, passed the Tennessee State Bar Exam, and practiced in the broad area of family law for over 20 years. Reguli is now undertaking to lead a grass roots movement of reform in the very controversial area of child protective law.

Connie Reguli, Attorney and founder of the nonprofit Family Forward Foundation

At Tennfamilylaw.com, Connie Reguli  discusses her background history which includes “graduating cum laude from Middle Tennessee State University”,  “prosecuting criminal offenses for the State of Tennessee”,  “completing course work in a master’s psychology program”, “working at the trial level as well as the appellate court level”, and being the single adoptive parent of three (Russian) children. She has been active in Judicial Reform issues “to impeach and remove judges that abuse their power”.

Because we are interested in determining how attorney Connie Reguli has applied her knowledge and influence with respect to the Anti-CPS movement, it is notable that she claims in her resume at Tennfamilylaw.com that she “is most proud of the fact that she was the first attorney in Tennessee to secure a money judgment for damages in a child abuse case.  The jury awarded 2.8 million dollars to four children against their abusive parents in 2010”.

On social media, Connie Reguli is decidedly against government agencies which have been granted the authority to represent the interests of minor children, in matters where the parents and caregivers of that child are regarded as adversaries.  So it is of interest that Reguli is proud of the part which she played in pleading the cause of children against their own parents, which is to say, that she stood in shoes similar to those worn by CPS; only she took it upon herself to extract a large monetary judgment against the parents of her clients, which would further ensure  irrevocable damage to family relationships.

Seemingly oblivious to the moral weight of her own deeds upon the scales of justice, as she represents first one side and then another, Reguli would like us to think that she can now impartially represent the interests of those parents who believe, contrary to American legal theory, that they have absolute authority over their own children.   That sentiment contrasts with a statement quoted in The Court of Appeals of Tennessee at Knoxville, assigned on briefs October 21, 2015 In Re Rainee M., page 4, saying,  “Parents have a fundamental constitutional interest in the care and custody of their children under both the United States and Tennessee constitutions.”  Kiesling v. Keisling, 92 S. W. 3d 374, 378 (Tenn. 2002).  It is well established, however, that “this right is not absolute and parental rights may be terminated if there is clear and convincing evidence justifying such termination under the applicable statute.”

Connie Reguli stated in a second letter which she wrote to President Trump, “Certainly, we will never deny that child abuse is real and a travesty in our nation, but not every child taken has been abused.  In fact, the statistics show that 85% of these children are removed under circumstances deemed as neglect”. While Reguli concedes that child abuse does exist, she is of the opinion that child neglect is harmless, and that the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 has facilitated through its funding provisions, a scandalous child trafficking effort involving CPS agencies and private foster child organizations who file for the purposes of financial gain, documents which will legally terminate parental rights (TPR).

An example of Connie Reguli and her grass-rooters of the Anti-CPS movement misrepresenting the government’s attempt to protect children from abuse and neglect

The Social Media Advocacy of Attorney Connie Reguli through her nonprofit FAMILY FORWARD FOUNDATION corporation

So exactly what is Connie Reguli advocating, as she spearheads a grassroots movement of Anti CPSers? At her familyforwardfoundation.com website, she claims, We are a nonprofit organization that exists to build family integrity and protect families from unwarranted government interference.  Together, as families, we can build a nation in which the institutionalization of children through foster care will be a thing of the past.

Additionally under the subheading, “Making your dollars work”, Reguli states, Your dollars are put to work providing advocacy and support for families, assessing the needs of families, organizing resources to fill those needs, and educating lawmakers, judges, and attorneys on family justice.  Under “Family Justice”, the claim is We cannot strengthen families unless we have the support of laws that protect family integrity and family courts that respect the constitutional rights of parents and children.  Finally, for only a $20 donation to the Family Forward Foundation, one can buy Family Justice!

In sync with her nonprofit foundation, Attorney Connie Reguli has also founded a public FaceBook group called Family Forward Project, which presently has 8,808 members. The purpose of this group is “to inform the public and educate the law makers regarding the unlawful social engineering financially incentivized by the Federal government.”

Ever against Federal financial incentives for other people, Reguli is not afraid to embrace the nonprofit corporation benefits for herself. Interestingly, on April 22, 2016, four months before she registered her nonprofit Family Forward Foundation in Tennessee with an effective date of September 1, 2016, she  created her website Family Forward Foundation.com.  As of February 3, 2018, Connie Reguli posted the following comment on her Family Forward Project FB, stating that she still had not been approved by the IRS for 501(c)(3) status.  Yet her website asks for donations on behalf of her nonprofit organization while it is still in limbo with the IRS.

Family Forward Foundation’s Logo is like a “Rorschach Inkblot Test”.  While some may view this logo as 3 rocking people holding a heart, all I see is the face of a smirking clown.

Sorry to correct Ms. Reguli’s notions, but Noah actually built an ark, not an arc; the arc was the rainbow created by God to symbolize his promise to not judge the inhabitants of the earth by a flood again. As one can see, Connie Reguli, in making the simplest of statements, manages to complicate them by the simplest of spelling errors. Another example is in this YouTube video where she is describing, but not explaining, her theme of Advocacy for 2018. Is there some reason she presents a very careless image to those who follow her leadership? Cooridination may be fine by her, but who wants to hire an attorney that is careless with detail?

Cooridination…maybe a legalese word?

Pandering to Persons Who Are Accustomed to Publicized Lies 

A couple of days ago, one of the members of the FB Family Forward Project group posted the following, which created a controversy among several readers,  as to whether the Trump Twitter was real or a fake.I read most of the comments, and it would appear that this falsified Trump twitter message originated from another popular Anti-CPS group which bears the heading Dr. Phil Exposes CPS:

Under this FaceBook account, it states, “Dr. Phil exposes CPS is the founder and creator of the fosterwar which has grown to network of over 60,000 members the fosterwar demands that no children be removed from parents or family without criminal charges.”

What is interesting about the member who believed this fake Trump twitter and posted it on Connie Regali’s group FB page, is that this person paid no attention to the date of the message which was  January 20, 2017, just  prior to when Regali had challenged her supporters to send  a million copies of her letter to Trump on this same issue.  So if Trump had in fact made this declaration, why would this group bother with a letter writing campaign?

Two letters had been sent to Trump, the first was in February of 2017, and the second around the end of March 2017. In addition to sending the form letter written by Connie Regali, personal messages were encouraged to be attached. A Go-Fund-Me page received donations for mailing supplies for the second letter. This is a screenshot of the first letter, which I am going to key off of, as a means to discuss the approach of Connie Reguli to the important issues connected to the Anti-CPS movement. The second letter can be read here.

First, the form of this letter does not respect protocol for addressing The President

Both letters were penned by attorney Connie Reguli, although the authorship is not explicitly stated.  She ignores the protocol for addressing a letter to the President of the United States of America. It is disrespectful to ignore the standard form of address,  “Dear Mr. President”,  and both letters are unsigned by the writer, which should have been noted after ending with “Most respectfully”.  Instead, the first letter “signs off” rudely with “These professionals can enlighten you on the burdens of this system:  Connie Reguli, Atty, Tennessee, (etc.)…And many more”.  Several attorney names are listed with no means of contact, although the President is told that these “professional experts” are the ones who can educate him “on this giant problem”. Both letters reference the Family Forward Project.  The first letter suggests to the President, “Find us on Facebook”.

Not only is this form of letter disrespectful to the office of the President of the United States, but also it sets a bad example to the followers of Connie Reguli, many of which have experienced problems with Child Protective Services because their personal behavior falls short of the minimum standards for raising children.  It only complicates their situation if they are encouraged to adopt a tone of disrespect toward governmental authorities.

Statements are made without reference to supporting documentation

The first sentence of the first letter says, “Every day in America 400,000 children are living in foster care”.  The second letter, written one month later, states the figure of 500,000. There is no source given to back these numbers. Reguli claims that 80% of foster “children are removed from their homes on the ambiguous and inocuous(sp) claims of child neglect”. The second letter changes the 80% to 85%.

“Child neglect” probably is a general category used by CPS to summarize under one heading,  specific documented facts and observations made by the case worker.  Thus there would be in reality,  no ambiguity in the actual case file.  And why does Reguli consider child neglect to be “inocuous” (innocuous, i.e. harmless), if the evidence itself  warranted removal of a child from its home?

In the second letter, a complaint is made against the monetary incentives involved in the  privatization of foster care.  But even if the government ran foster care directly, it would involve providing the foster parents with funds to reimburse the basic costs of the child. One cannot get around the fact that all this costs lots of money, which comes out of the pockets of taxpayers.

The focus of the letter is on the “negative effects” of the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 (ASFA), but Reguli fails to address what factual evidence exists to back her complaints

This ASFA bill was signed into existence in 1997 under the Clinton Administration.  Reguli desires to have this entire act overturned, so she asks Trump, “Please execute an executive order which prohibits the adoption bonus program to the states for forced adoptions.”

I had to look online to find out what the official explanation is for this act, as it is not properly explained in either letter. Apparently 20 years ago,  there had been concern that some children were remaining in foster care for long periods, or experiencing multiple placements, which was detrimental to their sense of wellbeing.  Therefore a requirement was established that states are to file for termination of parental rights (TPR) once children have been in foster care for 15 of the most recent 22 months, with exceptions made under certain conditions.

Reguli fails to address with documented facts how these requirements actually affect the manner in which cases are handled. The reality of many families who have had children placed in foster care, is that these parents have resisted making even the most rudimentary of changes needed to properly care for their own children. Many of these parents have criminal, drug and mental issues, poor work habits, poor social skills, etc. that have placed their minor children in physically and emotionally distressing situations, and it is the failure of the parents to act responsibly, that keeps their children in foster care.

Reguli claims in her second letter that federal funding “amounts to government sanctioned child trafficking and against humanity”. She also stated “We can barely remember the extermination of the Jews under Nazi Germany, but someday our history books will find that the rehoming of children has become the norm instead of the exception.  Just imagine if each child is worth $80,000 per year to an industry thirsting for more children to ring their register”.  Proof?  None given.

“…adopting them into the home of strangers” complaint by Reguli in both Trump letters

The ASFA emphasizes adoption by adult relatives over nonrelatives, so why is Connie Reguli all aghast about the adoption of children by strangers, when she, as a single adult, adopted three children from Russia, removing them from their native country entirely?

In the screenshot below, Connie Reguli posted the following story which may explain why she resorts to undocumented and unproven complaints against the CPS system.

Judge Sharon Guffee’s 2017 complaint about the unprofessional conduct of Connie Reguli is made to the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee

In connection with this story about Judge Sharon Guffee, Connie Reguli had posted on the Family Forward Project FB site, a two page letter signed by Guffee on Williamson County Juvenile Court letterhead, dated September 6, 2017 to the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee.

I have excerpted parts of this letter from Judge Guffee, which begins, “I am sending this complaint against attorney Connie Reguli for an incident that recently occurred before the Government Operations Subcommittee for the Judiciary and Government for the Tennessee legislature on August 15, 2017.”

“Attached is the video from the meeting where Ms. Natasha Pavolich addresses the committee as part of their citizen communications.  It begins at 46.30.  Ms. Pavolich on at least two occasions states she is “here on behalf of attorney Connie Reguli” who was “unable to be present”.  During her exchange with the committee, Ms. Pavolich expressed her dissatisfaction with a ruling she received in my court.  She admitted she had not filed a complaint with the Board of Judicial Conduct.  Also attached you will find her voluntary dismissal of her appeal to the Court of Appeals….”.

“I welcome and expect any party who comes before me to seek a review from a superior court if they are not satisfied with their outcome.  What I do not expect is for an attorney to solicit others to disparage a judge in a public forum knowing full well this is unacceptable unethical conduct on the part of an attorney.  Clearly, Ms. Pavolich was acting as an agent for Ms. Reguli…”.

“In addition, I am enclosing a very disturbing correspondence regarding “wholesaling of children through the Department of Children’s Services” one of my magistrates received in the mail….I am frankly appalled that Ms. Reguli is able to make such fraudulent solicitations without some type of serious sanction”.

One of the posts allowed on Connie Reguli’s FB group Family Forward Project

You can learn nothing from the sarcasm of the CPS Checklist; however, the opinion of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit:  Connie Reguli v. Sharon Guffee is highly interesting

On March 31, 2010  An Appeal was filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit concerning a case involving Connie Reguli, personally and as next friend of “daughter” Reguli, a minor child(Plaintiffs) v. Sharon Guffee, personally and in her capacity as Referee of Williamson County Juvenile Court (Defendants). CourtListener.com has a copy of this appeal here.

This fourteen page document is interesting reading for the layman, as the Appeals Circuit Judges summarize the facts of the case and discuss the merits of the arguments presented by Connie Reguli. The conclusion was that the district court’s judgment was affirmed.

This case involving Connie Reguli, as plaintiff, represents the unusual situation of an experienced family law attorney and former assistant prosecutor who found herself as a single parent personally interacting with the Williamson County, Tennessee juvenile court system, after her own 16-year-old daughter went astray. What was interesting is that the Appeals discussion of the details of this case stated, “…proceedings only began because Reguli herself charged her daughter as unruly”. Throughout the Appeals document, as it goes point by point, the plaintiff, even though a practicing attorney, did not cite cases to support her arguments, and failed to make a convincing case that her constitutional rights had been violated.

Reguli’s appeal is based on “the denial of her claims of constitutional violations under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983 based on her constitutional rights as a parent and her constitutional right to privacy.” The original complaint was made on August 12, 2008, and “on February 19, 2009, the district court dismissed most of the claims.”

After comparing the recent Facebook charge of Reguli that Judge Guffee was to be blamed for ruining her daughter’s life, with the actual facts of the case as described in the Appeals record, it would seem that Reguli has taken the position that everyone else’s actions are blamable and that the actions of herself and her daughter had no bearing on how this matter was handled.

Reguli’s suspension from practicing law

An article on brentwoodhomepage.com dated January 7, 2016 titled,  Brentwood lawyer suspended from practicing law after court upholds panel’s discipline summarizes the details of the complaints which had been filed with the Board of Professional Responsibility against Connie Reguli. The judgments were appealed, and in a December 28, 2015 filing in the Supreme Court of Tennessee at Nashville, Board of Professional Responsibility v. Connie Reguli, an opinion was given after a thorough review of these matters. Again, this is an interesting 18 page document which any layperson can understand.

On page 6, it is stated, “The Panel concluded the aggravating circumstances applicable were (1) prior professional discipline of Ms. Reguli; (2) Ms. Reguli’s bad faith failure to respond to requests for information by the Board; (3) dishonest or selfish motives of Ms. Reguli; (4) Ms. Reguli’s refusal to recognize the wrongful nature of her conduct; and (5) Ms. Reguli’s substantial experience in the practice of law.”

On page 11, it states,  “Ms. Reguli next contends that the Panel’s findings of fact and conclusions of law were arbitrary and capricious, an abuse of discretion, or unsupported by substantial and material evidence”. How ironic that Reguli has charged the Panel with the same behavior which she exemplified in her letters to President Trump.

What motives lie beneath the noble statements of a tax exempt mission?

Connie Reguli’s desire to form a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation to receive tax exempt donations to support her leadership of a “grassroots movement using social media”, is in my opinion, meant to usurp the authority of government agencies charged with protecting children from neglect and abuse. Why do I use the word usurp rather than oppose, or reform? The stated purposes of Connie Reguli’s nonprofit foundation are highly unrealistic in their broad undertaking, given the vast problems which the CPS and judicial systems must deal with on an ongoing basis.  So very possibly, there must be another unstated purpose for this group which entails a resentment of established authority.

Reguli’s Family Forward  Foundation mission is nothing more than words without a grasp of real life, mere politicized rhetoric that they “exist to build family integrity”, promising that “institutionalization of children through foster care will a thing of the past”, and “your dollars are put to work providing advocacy and support for families, assessing the needs of families, organizing resources to fill those needs, and educating lawmakers, judges, and attorneys on family justice.” Think about what has just been stated. 

These words show a desire to usurp the authority legally granted to government agencies, while yet providing no realistic basis on which this foundation can perform its mission.  Will these volunteers fulfill the job descriptions of a vast network of employees presently functioning in those very capacities, or will they create a utopia where families are no longer dysfunctional?  If you get rid of foster care, what will you replace it with? I see no workable solutions even offered.

While sounding noble, these words are in fact shameless, given the truth that the effect of such a movement shows that their actions are not about seeking a reform which respects the rights of all parties involved.  Rather, such efforts serve to lower the bar of intelligent reasoning in the public domain.   Connie Reguli’s motives also appear to harbor a conflict of interest, particularly as she expresses a continuing bitter personal resentment towards those she had conflicts with in the past. The very sober issues of CPS deserve an analysis which entails respectful fact finding and a deeper understanding of law; something which no grassroots movement of disgruntled name callers can ever engage in.




FYI: Robert Baty Sounds Off On Facebook’s Failure To Have An Appeals Procedure When the Arbitrary Blocking of the Ability To Post Is Mandated

Robert Baty discovered today that he has been blocked by Facebook from posting for 30 days; yet they do not state the source, nor the substance of the complaint.  This gives an unfair advantage to those who desire to censor reasonable and fact based speech, over those who are willing to let real debate thrive in the public domain.

On kehvrib.com, Robert Baty’s website, he expressed his frustrations in the following article, titled Are Witches Real?-Alyssa Carone- 2/10/2018!


GenSix has commissioned this likeness of an ancient Inca skull, which bears a striking resemblance to Stephen Quayle, the man who tried to TradeMark the name  his parents gave him at birth.


We are one month into 2018, and it looks like it is high time for those of us who have been hibernating, to wake up and smell the long-term-storage coffee wafting from Camp Quayle.  Let’s begin by checking out the advice given on the December 4, 2017 Hagmann Report which featured  Steve Quayle of Renaissance Precious Metals and Bob Griswold of Ready Made Resources, in Preparing For a Historic Year: Bill Federer, Steve Quayle and Bob Griswold.

The entire hour long infomercial with Steve Quayle and Bob Griswold displayed their business ads

At the beginning of the second hour, Doug Hagmann suggests as a Christmas gift, the True Legends DVD set for only $119.00 which covered the 2017 GENSIX conference, saying that “it was a steal at twice the price.” Really? Say, Doug, how about you paying twice the price and getting two copies, and sending me one for free?

Or better yet, send the free one to a commenter on your January 11th show, JohnnyRebKy. He commented, “I like Steve Quayle but I’m starting to notice every time he speaks it’s to promote or lead people into buying something.  It gets hyped hyped hyped for months.  Already starting on the buildup to next Branson conference.  You can’t even watch the conference from last year unless you got 90 bucks to buy dvd’s from him. Why should such a “spiritual” and “movement of God” be restricted to those who can afford a 90 dollar CD???  I know the guy needs funding for his work but that’s a bit pricey.  I am physically disabled and it’s rather disheartening to know I can never get the information.  I paid for all the True Legends videos but the fact I can never afford the Branson presentation is very disheartening.  I was really looking forward to steve speaking about the pre-adam world.”

(Well spoken, JohnnyRebKy. I would send you this information, but I cannot afford it, either. Pricey is the diplomatic way to describe the products of Steve Quayle.)

Doug then introduces Steve Quayle to his listening audience as, “just a great, tremendous friend, uh, I swear he’s my, I call him my older brother because that’s what it feels like, and of course, Robert Griswold”. Both of these guests have extensive experience in selling long-term-storage food products, and both are dealers in Numanna foods, thus their keen eye for noting all those critical situations which might bring new clients to their Merchandising Circle.

For example, just four minutes into this interview, Steve Quayle jumps in to warn us, “We are facing a food apocalypse…Fuskishima has been the biggest covered up extinction level event in history…the Mississippi River drying up…chemtrails spraying… “.  To assuage our newfound fears, he suggests that giving a food storage program would make a good Christmas present!

The Price of Angel Food Cake Just Sky Rocketed

Quayle then says, “My new poem for you tonight is give the gift that keeps on giving, and keep the people on the land of the living“. One minute later he references his co-guest saying, “We both are dealers for NuManna which we’ll give some specials out later and probably one of the best food sources in the country, in my opinion”.  He then suggests that “It’s a Biblical principle, you’ll sell your birthright when you’re starving to death”.  Bob Griswold then chimes in to tell the listeners that one time when he was in Pakistan, a woman tried to sell him her child for $100. And he mentions Keith Lowe’s book, The Savage Continent which described the aftermath of World War II food shortages  in Europe, suggesting “We see those nations that gave into doctrines of demons…”

It must be the End of The Age, because Quayle is at a loss for words

At the 2.11 mark, Steve “Chicken Little-the sky’s falling” Quayle complains, “economic Armageddon means nothing anymore.  There are no terms that anyone can possibly uh, uh, use anymore because all of those words have ceased to be effective, it doesn’t matter if you use catastrophe, collapse uh, uh, uh, starvation, we’re watching Venezuela starving, you know still the mainstream press doesn’t say….”.

Steve Quayle, don’t blame mainstream media for the overuse of words which you frantically employed to get your listeners to believe the false credentialed V-the Guerrilla Economist who was telling people to get their money out of banks NOW! What words did you NOT overuse in all those years of screaming that the world was coming to an end?  Your solution?  BUY GOLD—BUY SILVER–BUY LONG-TERM-STORAGE FOOD, which you just happened to sell.

Continuing at the 2.16 mark, Steve Quayle says, “…gentlemen, the underground bases, the military bases, the elite bases, they’re stockpiling and storing because they know what comes tomorrow.  Unfortunately, the people that are in denial may not see tomorrow.

Feed your night time paranoia by purchasing a nifty set of night vision glasses

So then it is Bob Griswold’s turn to mesmerize us with his favorite emotionally loaded words: the debt crisis level, threats of nuclear war, threats of civil war, threats of EMP, disease, you name it”. He adds, ” You know Steve, when I was in prayer one time, God asked me…”, and he brings into this Infomercial, personal insights he received from the Godhead.

It’s all your fault if the descendants of Steve Quayle can’t make a quick buck

Finally at the 2.27.54 mark, Steve Quayle gets to the point, saying, “..and I’m gonna encourage everybody, look NuManna, and this, if you want to consider this an infomercial, call it an info save your lazy you know what commercial, because you can still get, you can still get the NuManna food and…” (2.46)”..You better start paying attention because the Deagal Report says that you know within a matter of less than seven years, the population in the United States goes from down from 340 million to about 60 million people…” (2.47) I want to give out NuManna‘s phone number again because I think it’s uh really important and usually they made this the stuff they have…the stuff they’re made for me is the SQS special, so you got to ask them for that and they also discount the prices so uh you know you can either call NuManna or you can call Tyler, he works for me, actually he’s my son.  It could be kind of like calling Joe but you can call him…”.


Okay, let’s see what kind of a deal we can get using Steve Quayle’s discount to get his exclusively made for him combo pack.

Long Term Storage Food Affordable for the Elites of this world

I am still reeling from sticker shock after viewing the price of $12,500, which thanks to the special Steve Quayle discount code, the price dropped down $4700 from the original price of $17,200.

The Man Who Thinks His Name is Trademarked

What can I say, all this Marketing Genius from a mere man who claims to have trade marked the name which his parents gave him at birth. Trademarkia.com would seem to call Stephen Quayle a purveyor of false information.

Trademarkia.com currently displays this information on the trademark of Stephen Quayle, noting that the status is Abandoned-failure to respond or late response as of 6/24/2003.  It is now 2018, more than 15 years later, and still no response, it would seem.

So now that you have been psychologically bullied into shelling out $119 for a set of DVDs for the 2017 GenSix conference, and you are eagerly awaiting delivery of a one year/4 person combo food pack specially designed by Steve Quayle himself for the discounted price of $12,500, do you still have money burning a hole in your pocket?

Well then, how about an expedition with Steve Quayle to Rome and Sardinia in a few months?  There is only room for 30 “guests”, so it is high time you prove once and for all that you are not one of those in denial who may not see tomorrow.  Not only is Quayle not worried about tomorrow, he is not worried about May 20-27 or  September, 2018 when he plans on unveiling his BIG HEAD at another GenSix conference. That $7,995 price for the expedition does not include round trip transportation to and from Italy, by the way.  For those LAZY YOU KNOW WHATS, How much do you think Steve Quayle shelled out to have HIS BIG HEAD sculpted like an Inca Giant?  And what is this Transhumanist Creation made out of?  Chickenwire and paper mache? Wood and plaster? Cake with fondant icing? Concrete?  According to Steve Quayle, and I have to agree with him on this one, the brains of Transhumanist robots will be inhabited with demon spirits.  In the case of Steve Quayle’s BIG HEAD, it looks like it could house a legion of Marketing Geniuses.