Thursday, June 4, 2015

Exhibit 21 shows that Marc respect Cox, apologized if I felt not treated well and said that "People like you are important for the future of citizen journalism, and I wish to see you succeed."; Does Marc Randazza not owe his clients duty, obligations and to NOT violate their civil and constitutional rights?

Marc Randazza, apologized to me, Crystal Cox and said that people like me were important.  Marc Randazza claimed to want to see me succeed. Then he launched a massive online hate and defamation campaign against me, ruined my life, family connections, business, and quality of life. Exhibit 21 shows more on this, Click Below


"Exhibit 21 shows that Marc respect Cox, apologized if I felt not treated well and said that
"People like you are important for the future of citizen journalism, and I wish to see you succeed."

It shows he lied about representation. and admits to trying to broker a deal on Cox's behalf, which is the very definition of "representation.  Exhibit 21 shows Randazza saying, "I did tell the opposing counsel that I thought a deal might be brokered".

Exhibit 21 shows Randazza saying, "Despite the contents of this email, I wish to let you know that I am sill willing to lend a hand in any way - even in the background."

Cox took her former client, who claimed to humbly respect her, apologize, say people like her were need, at his word. Cox truly believed that Randazza was sincere in letting him know if he could help, even in the background. Cox had lost her home to foreclosure, lost her income and needed a job, this was the help she needed. She simply asked Randazza if he knew anyone or would hire Cox for PR work and yet he maliciously, deliberately and knowing the truth painted to the world that Cox had extorted him.  Knowing full well that he did not believe this, he simply want to teach Cox a lesson, intimidate her and ruin her life.

In which he succeeded. He convinced the world Cox was a criminal who had attacked his infant daughter. This ruined Cox's family relationships, business, friendships, ability to rent a home and has left Cox desolate, homeless and unable to rent, to work or to secure clients.

As all exhibits show, Marc Randazza was acting as my attorney. He worked with others in this representation such as Eugene Volokh and the opposition David Aman.

Cox would have kept Randazza on with Volokh had he not lied to her, berated her, presented deals to the opposition without her permission or knowledge of what they were, in her, then, 2.5 million dollar judgment.

Randazza retaliated against his former client, and Exhibit 21 proves that he did so with intent, maliciously and after claiming, offering to be of any kind of help.

Cox moves this court to include Exhibit 21 as evidence against Marc Randazza in her counterclaim.

Crystal L. Cox, Pro Se
Counter Plaintiff / Defendant"