Video | $1.50 Case: The Tet Kale Regime is the 4th government to be defeated on appeal in a lawsuit in the entire history of the United States

The Tet Kale regime is the 4th government to be defeated on appeal in a lawsuit in the entire history of the United States

Saturday, July 23, 2022 ((rezonodwes.com))–

This was revealed by the two lawyers of the Haitian Diaspora in the United States, Mr. Marcel Denis and Rodney Austin, in the case opposing them to the Haitian government as well as to the main companies providing money transfer services. money and phone calls in Haiti.

Indeed, during an interview broadcast by the “HermelaTV” channel on Friday evening, the African journalist Hermela Aregawi and the Haitian blogger Danielle Beloved of are spoken with the two lawyers in relation to this lawsuit on the fraud relating to the transfer of money called “Affair $1.50”.

Mr. Denis said that this is a historical affair in the USA. He explained that Haiti, under the PHTK regime in power for more than 11 years, is the fourth country whose government, legally sued in the United States, has been disavowed on appeal by a US court. The other three countries were: Sudan, Cuba, Israel

For his part attorney Rodney Austin says this case will hopefully be a warning signal to other governments that they cannot make these executive decisions without ruling out the possibility of a trial.

Recall that in 2021, a district court dismissed the Diaspora’s claim on the grounds that US courts cannot make the case from another country.

However, three federal judges of the Court of Appeal in the United States, through a decision, ordered, on Thursday, March 31, 2022, the continuation of the case around the transfer of the diaspora to Haiti.

The new timetable decided by the court for the follow-up to this case in the United States is as follows:

  1. An omnibus motion for dismissal based on the non-convenient forum, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 8, 9(b), and 12(b)(6), and the law of state doctrine must be joined by all defendants.
  2. The opening brief and opposition brief should not exceed 45 pages each, and the response should not exceed 20 pages.
  3. The defendants shall serve the opening brief on the plaintiffs no later than August 24, 2022.
  4. Plaintiffs shall serve the statement of opposition no later than September 21, 2022. The defendants will serve their reply no later than October 12, 2022.
  5. unibank will file its motion to dismiss based on personal jurisdiction. The introductory memorandum and the opposition must not exceed 10 pages and the answer must not exceed 5 pages.

The defendant shall serve its opening brief on the plaintiffs no later than September 21, 2022.

  • Applicants will notify their opposition no later than October 19, 2022.
  • The respondent will serve its response on the plaintiff and file the fully informed motion no later than November 9, 2022.
  • An omnibus motion to dismiss based on lack of jurisdiction must be filed by Western Union, Unitransfer and Caribbean Air Mail.

The introductory memorandum and the opposition must not exceed 15 pages each, and the answer must not exceed 7 pages.

The defendants shall serve the opening brief on the plaintiffs no later than on October 19, 2022.

  • The plaintiffs shall serve their opposition on the defendants no later than November 16, 2022.
  • Defendants will serve plaintiffs with their response and file the motion fully informed on the record, no. at the latest December 7, 2022.

An omnibus motion to dismiss based on lack of personal and subjugated jurisdiction will be joined by the government defendants and Natcom.

The introductory memorandum and the opposition must not exceed 15 pages each, and the answer must not exceed 7 pages.

The defendants must serve the opening brief on the plaintiffs no later than November 16, 2022.

The plaintiffs must serve their opposition on the defendants no later than December 14, 2022.

Defendants must serve their Response on Plaintiffs and file the Fully Informed Motion and all Defendant’s Omnibus Motion, on or before January 4, 2023

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