With The Amount Of Evidence Wildlife Planet Has Uncovered, We Pretty Much Destroyed Any Chance Of Marc Ching Winning His Fraudulent Lawsuit Against Jeffrey Beri.
But We Wondered Why Any Lawyer Would Risk Their Reputation With This Amount Of Evidence Against Them? Who In Their Right Mind Would File Such A Moronic Lawsuit?
Ladies and Gentelman we present to you... Matthew E. Hess Entertainment Lawyer
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We take no pleasure in calling out a lawyer, but sorry, if this lawyer files Marc Ching's ridiculously fraudulent lawsuit, just to make a few bucks, then we must.
Marc Ching-A-Ling-A-Ding-Dong Kool-Aid drinking cult members are running around the Internet lying their little asses off to protect their pea brain leader. I look forward to reading how they'll spin Marc Ching's choice of lawyers.
It's easy to sue anyone as long as you show the minimal amount of proof and pay the filing fees... emphasis on 'Fees'. The United States Congress, if they ever got off their asses, should pass a law that makes it so any person losing a lawsuit must pay the defendants legal bills. Just like that, all these fraudulent claims will stop immediately.
Wildlife Planet / Dominick Mezzapesa has filed a complaint against Marc Ching's attorney, Matthew E. Hess, with the California Bar Association. We spoke to them Monday and according to the California Bar Association it is within our right to file this complaint and we can expect their judgment within 2-3 weeks after they receive our complaint, which we FedEx'd today.
Mr. Hess Is A Litigator And Entertainment Lawyer Who Represents Actors, Musicians, Production Companies, And Music Publishers.
Why would Marc Ching hire an entertainment lawyer?
We have to give Marc Ching credit for actually acknowledging what he is. We have stated many times Marc Ching is nothing more than a cry-on-demand actor rather than a true animal activist, so he was at least honest (Probably for one of the few times since Sept 2015) when he hired the right type of attorney to represent himself.
I am sure lawyers will protect their own, but if the Bar honestly looks over the evidence we presented (Much of which we has not been reported on this site) then we expect nothing less than Mr Hess to be sanctioned by the bar for filing a frivolous lawsuit and wasting the court's time.
Marc Ching must have searched high and low for someone to take the donation money he wanted to pay with to accept this case, because it is so ridiculously frivolous. Even without all the confidential evidence we did not show, we easily proved Marc Ching as nothing more than a swindler and a lier.
If the star witnesses in the Jeffrey Beri Lawsuit consist of forever lying Marc Ching and his racist, foul mouth Executive Director Of Animal Hope And Wellness Valarie Ianniello then this lawsuit is a waste of the court's time.
We have also sent the same materials we sent the Bar association to Judge Cotton of the Los Angeles Superior Court. We asked him to dismiss the lawsuit on behalf all animal activist world wide, because this lawsuit along with Marc Ching-A-Ling-A-Ding-Dong Kool-Aid drinking cult members fraudulent and made-up comments, are causing damage and placing people and dogs at risk in Southeast Asia.
If the Judge informs us that we need to file paperwork in order to do so, then we will have a fund raiser to do just that. Marc Ching is so hated among animal activist raising a few hundred dollars would take all of 5 minutes.
Marc Ching-A-Ling-A-Ding-Dong Kool-Aid drinking cult members ask yourself this question.
With all of Marc Ching's La-La-Land connections and all the Hollywood stars that he knows such as Matt Damon, in the end Marc Ching could only hire an ambulance chasing entertainment lawyer?
Worse yet, we believe this lawyer doesn't even have an office, instead he rents a virtual office and for the first time ever, a lawyer who doesn't even have his own website? My God, I once had a website for my cat, Patches.
Matthew E. Hess bought his domain name HessLawyer.com in 2009, eight years later he still hasn't gotten around to building it? All we have to say is WOW! He Da Man!