I got a little present today.
Isn’t it cute?
I think I might frame it and put it in my office.
But there are a few problems.
First, this letter was written on December 8. It wasn’t mailed until December 19. That’s sort of weird, don’t you think?
Second, it’s not a lawyer letter. It’s sort of a nothing letter. I don’t really know who it’s from.
Third, and most important to me, one of the signatures is clearly a forgery.
This is Joe Naugler’s signature. I know it’s actually his signature because it came right off a publicly available court document.
And here’s Nicole’s signature (the known one above, the one from the little letter below). That looks pretty similar. But still, how can I be sure?
Here’s the envelope.
I’m not sure, but it’s possible that the same person who forged Joe’s signature also wrote my address on the front. Somebody else wrote the return address, somebody with really poor handwriting.
Here is the tracking information.
So it was mailed in Radcliff, KY two days ago, but anyone could have done that.
And here’s one site where the person who made this letter could have gotten the template and then did a nice cut-and-paste. This same letter is all over the internet. There are dozens of sources all using the same template. Internet lawyers are fools, you know.
Now then, is this real? Is this from Nicole and Joe Naugler? Clearly, it isn’t from Joe. He didn’t sign it. Wouldn’t a real letter like this be notarized?
Could this be from one of the evil trolls, trying to make Nicole look like an idiot? After all, an individual cannot simply write a “cease-and-desist order.” Those come from judges, from the court. That’s why they are called “orders.”
A cease-and-desist letter from a lawyer is just that—a letter. It carries no weight at all. If you get one, you are free to toss it in the wood stove, or keep it and frame it, or heed it.
And a cease-and-desist letter from an individual with a forged signature is less than worthless.
And would Nicole and Joe do a copy-and-paste job and still make numerous spelling and grammatical errors? Why does the person keep saying “I demand this” and “I demand that” when there are supposedly two people involved? Shouldn’t it read “we demand this and that”?
Why would Nicole demand that I stop making videos of her business and shit when I have never done that, ever? Or photos? And exactly how does one make “audio” of a home? I know Nicole and Joe are experts at recording everything, but I’m not. Can you do it on your phone? I assume so, but I don’t know how to do that. For the record, I’ll be happy to “refrain from taking any audio or video. . .” since I have never done so. As for posting stuff that I receive, well, that’s my business, not theirs.
And gee, if they can demand that I not make audio of “their home,” can’t I demand that they not post audio of me on a public road? How about video posted of the neighbor, or of the sheriff? Who died and made them special?
And why would Nicole say that I have been inciting violence? What in the hell is that about? I’m the one who got messages about being punched in the face, not the other way around.
Would they cite Kentucky statutes that quite obviously have no bearing whatever on this blog or me or anything that happens here?
If Nicole’s signature is genuine, why is Joe’s forged? Did Nicole concoct this bullshit without his knowledge? Is his hand broken? Has he developed Parkinson’s and can’t write?
And finally, why would Nicole and Joe be doing this law thing when they don’t even believe in government at all? Could they be hypocrites?
If Joe and Nicole actually want to send me something, they need to try again and have it notarized this time. Or they could meet me for lunch. I’ve already offered twice and been ignored.
I have no idea who sent this. I don’t really care. But I will send that person a message: