25Jun/190

Dennis Hastert claims in court his victim broke their extortion payment agreement!

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

Former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert (a known pederast) is now in a "court of law" in Illinois claiming that one of the victims of his pederast activities has broken the agreement that he and the victim made for keeping Hastert's crimes a secret.

Yep. You read that correctly. We are now litigating criminal extortion cases in our civil courts as though they were simple contractual disputes.

Background:

Hastert entered into an agreement with an individual widely known as "James Doe" (Curtis T. Williams). Doe, in return for not telling anyone that Hastert molested him when he was a minor, would receive $3.5 million in cash from Hastert.

Curtis T. Williams

To date Hastert has paid Williams $1.7 million.

Williams is now suing Hastert in a civil court in Illinois for the remaining $1.8 million of the extortion payment Hastert verbally agreed to pay.

Now:

Hastert's attorney, John Ellis, is arguing to the civil court that Williams broke the "hush money agreement" by telling family members about it.

Judge Questions Attorneys During Hastert Summary Judgment Hearing in Kendall Co. Court

Ellis argued that there was nothing stopping any one of the family members Williams told about the "hush money agreement" from threatening to go to the media. And that for telling his family members, Williams should forfeit his claim to the remaining $1.8 million and should pay Hastert's legal fees.

Keep in mind, Williams' family members did not go to the media, meaning they were complicit in keeping Hastert's dirty little pederast secret from the public.

But for how long?

What was going to prevent Williams' family members from wanting their own "hush money agreement" after the former Speaker of the House paid the full $3.5 million to Curtis Williams?

Nothing!

For that matter, what was going to stop Curtis T. Williams himself from coming back for more extortion money after Hastert paid the full $3.5 million?

A verbal agreement?

Perhaps now that Judge Robert Pilmer has set the precedent that delinquent extortion payments are a matter for the civil courts to litigate, we might see written extortion payment contracts in our future.

Who knows, maybe mobsters will no longer need to break legs.

What is most concerning about the circus going on in Judge Pilmer's courtroom is this:

FBI Director Robert Mueller knew that Hastert was a blackmail-able criminal and a piece of excrement pederast long before he was made Speaker of the House.

What was Speaker Hastert's verbal "hush agreement" with FBI Director Mueller?

And why were the Democrats not interested in exposing Hastert's crimes?

Perhaps Attorney General William Barr should assign a pit bull U.S. attorney to look into this clear example of Special Counsel Mueller's well documented corruption.

Related: Denny Hastert and the D.C. Swamp

More to come...

25Feb/180

Attorney for Hastert’s extortionist makes crazy argument in court

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

(L to R): James Doe attorney Kristi Browne, Hastert attorney John Ellis and Judge Robert Pilmer (photo by WSPY News.com's Jim Wyman)

 

The attorney representing James Doe in the "hush money" case against Dennis Hastert is claiming that Hastert paid her client $1.7 million in cash because he wasn't trying to hide anything.

(Access to Dennis Hastert Bank Records an Issue in Kendall County Lawsuit Hearing)

This is one of the most insane arguments that I have ever heard come from an attorney, and that's saying a lot!

Kristi Browne, who is representing Curtis T. Williams aka James Doe, told Judge Robert Pilmer that she needs Hastert's bank records so that she can establish that by being paid in cash, her client was also open about the "hush money" payments and not trying to keep them a secret.

Now I have heard it all!

Browne ludicrously contended that if Williams and Hastert were trying to keep the "hush money" payments secret, Hastert would have paid Williams by check.

Don't checks leave a paper trail, Ms. Browne? Or are most criminals just paranoid?

By the way, since Williams was supposedly not trying to hide anything by accepting the $1.7 million "hush money" in cash, perhaps Browne will show us the "hush money" deposits slips from his bank.

And while she is at it she can also tell us if he reported his cash windfall to the IRS?

Or did he just transparently stuff the $1.7 million under his mattress?

IP2P asked Ms. Browne if her client reported his cash windfall to the IRS, but she did not respond.

Interestingly, if Hastert had written checks instead of paying by cash he would not have gone to prison for structuring.

If all of this wasn't crazy enough, Browne told reporters after the court hearing that she plans to file a motion asking Judge Pilmer to close the courtroom to the public in order to keep James Doe's identity a secret even though he has already been identified as Curtis T. Williams.

 Could Hastert Case be Heard in Secret?

The question is: Will Judge Pilmer continue to tolerate such insanity in his courtroom?