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The Official Pinside Kevin Kulek Skit-B Predator Discussion


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#12101 2 years ago

Spelling error on that proposed order. "Contemp"

#12102 2 years ago
Quoted from rommy:

The robbery had spanned two counties. The much smaller amount was litigated in one county and a plea deal struck almost immediately to avoid serious jail time. No sooner had that girl walked out of court, the other county hammered her and got 18 years added to her sentence. It was awesome. Her initial defense team had all defected by then, she ran out of money, and they pounced. Almost as if they had a plan all along.

That would be serious malpractice for her attorneys here in Louisiana. Might be disbarment level.

Just dumping her when she ran out of money is a problem for criminal defense lawyers here and its even worse if they didn't make the settlement applicable to all counties/parishes (I understand they have no power to stop the Feds from coming after someone but one county can stop other same states counties from trying someone for the same thing...).

#12103 2 years ago

Maybe Kevin thinks he found a loophole in the court paperwork and doesn't need to show or produce anything.

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#12104 2 years ago
Quoted from Trekkie1978:

Maybe Kevin thinks he found a loophole in the court paperwork and doesn't need to show or produce anything.

Or maybe he's just an idiot.

#12105 2 years ago
Quoted from pinlink:

Or maybe he's just an idiot.

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#12106 2 years ago

As long as it double-posted me I might as well type something.

So his lawyer did show up but he didn't? The lawyer that Keith tried to contact 7 times?

#12107 2 years ago

Wonder if they would go after him or just issue a warrant to where he would have to get pulled over or caught doing something else to get arrested. Would love to see him suffer some kind of punishment for his actions.

#12108 2 years ago

So, I'm just singing 'Bad boys, Bad boys, whatcha gonna do when they come for you...'.
I'd love to see them throw his ass in jail. I'd like to see this on an episode of Cops.

#12109 2 years ago
Quoted from Taxman:

As long as it double-posted me I might as well type something.
So his lawyer did show up but he didn't? The lawyer that Keith tried to contact 7 times?

That's what I wondered. If Kevin' even talking to his lawyer.

#12110 2 years ago

Why are the years off by one in the body of the Affidavit in post 12090? Notary's are supposed to catch stuff like that. Maybe she should have stayed in a Holiday Inn Express last night.

Disclosure: I stayed in a Holiday Inn last night. Not an Express though.

#12111 2 years ago

So how long is a court appearance where his attorney is there but he isn't? Did the dude even say why he can't respond outside of a court? Probably won't bother because there is nothing left to bill against. If not, how awkward.

#12112 2 years ago
Quoted from KeithinMI:

you owe a payout on all those bets.

Wow, you're kidding? I certainly would have lost some money there, unreal.

So can you comment on what his lawyer had to say today and what is your next step Keith? Will they issue a warrant for his arrest?

#12113 2 years ago
Quoted from Brickshot:

Wow, you're kidding? I certainly would have lost some money there, unreal.
So can you comment on what his lawyer had to say today and what is your next step Keith? Will they issue a warrant for his arrest?

well we already saw it.. he is asking the court to find Kevin in contempt of the court and issue a warrant to bring him in and detain him.

Which would mean the next question is.. when/how/why do the Marshals actually go out and try to execute a warrant like this for a non-violent criminal. Or do we have to wait until he crosses the law and someone runs his name.

#12114 2 years ago

Maybe Dog will come out to play...

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#12115 2 years ago
Quoted from flynnibus:

well we already saw it.. he is asking the court to find Kevin in contempt of the court and issue a warrant to bring him in and detain him.
Which would mean the next question is.. when/how/why do the Marshals actually go out and try to execute a warrant like this for a non-violent criminal. Or do we have to wait until he crosses the law and someone runs his name.

The United States Marshall is not a government agency to be trifled with.

#12116 2 years ago
Quoted from KeithinMI:

The United States Marshall is not a government agency to be trifled with.

Wow, so his lawyer gave no explanation at all for Kevin not showing? Why did the lawyer even bother showing up? I'm assuming Kevin has no money to pay him either so I'm confused why he would go unless Kevin asked him to specifically? But it sounds like nobody can even get a hold of him. Just a weird story. Kevin probably could have gotten away with no legal repercussions but now he has made this a clear criminal matter and it can only get worse for him unless he starts cooperating.

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#12117 2 years ago
Quoted from Brickshot:

Wow, so his lawyer gave no explanation at all for Kevin not showing? Why did the lawyer even bother showing up? I'm assuming Kevin has no money to pay him either so I'm confused why he would go unless Kevin asked him to specifically?

If you read the document, it says that Kevin didn't tell his lawyer he wasn't coming.

Just using a common sense guess, his lawyer probably advised him to come. Probably said to meet at Keith's office and Kevin didn't show.

I imagine it went like this:

Keith: "Hey Kevin's Lawyer, thanks for coming."

Kevin's Lawyer: "Kevin should be here shortly."

*45 minutes pass*

Keith: "I guess he isn't coming, did he tell you that?"

Kevin's Lawyer: "No."

Keith: "OK man, you know the next steps, we will be in touch."

Kevin's Lawyer: "Ok, later, see you around."

#12118 2 years ago
Quoted from T-800:

Maybe Dog will come out to play...

That would actually be perfect....as far as entertainment value.

#12119 2 years ago
Quoted from flynnibus:

well we already saw it.. he is asking the court to find Kevin in contempt of the court and issue a warrant to bring him in and detain him.
Which would mean the next question is.. when/how/why do the Marshals actually go out and try to execute a warrant like this for a non-violent criminal. Or do we have to wait until he crosses the law and someone runs his name.

I would suggest you review docket item #34 in the file to see what the Court decided to do. Perhaps some fine person on here with PACER access would like to put it up in this thread.

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#12120 2 years ago

Looks like the court granted the motion and there is now a warrant out for Kevin.

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#12121 2 years ago
Quoted from Brickshot:

Wow, so his lawyer gave no explanation at all for Kevin not showing? Why did the lawyer even bother showing up? I'm assuming Kevin has no money to pay him either so I'm confused why he would go unless Kevin asked him to specifically? But it sounds like nobody can even get a hold of him. Just a weird story. Kevin probably could have gotten away with no legal repercussions but now he has made this a clear criminal matter and it can only get worse for him unless he starts cooperating.

Lawyers are not merely client advocates. They are also "officers of the court." Attorneys owe a duty to the justice system; hence, Kevin's attorney was duty-bound to attend the hearing, even in his client's absence and despite the lack of payment for his time (if applicable). Likewise, attorneys are not permitted to intentionally call a witness at trial to proliferate a lie because doing so would be suborning perjury.

One may analogize this higher obligation to that of a psychiatrist, who is compelled to breach the physician-patient privilege when imminent harm may come to a 3rd-party, if that psychiatrist were to remain silent about the impending threat.

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#12122 2 years ago

Now that there is a warrant, there needs to be some reason for the cops to visit his home.

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Back when people used to still write bad checks, Ali at the local party store would get a warrant for someone's arrest.

Of course the cops would only act on that warrant if someone was pulled over; otherwise it was not something they wanted to get involved in.

Ali found out that if you make sure Mr Badcheck was home, you could call the police and say you hear what you believe to be Domestic Violence at his address. This would result in 4 cops showing up, ready for battle.

The cops would interview each household member separately, and have plenty of time to discover the outstanding warrant.

#12123 2 years ago

Wouldn't the US Marshals actively pursue a warrant, unlike the situation you describe with local cops?

#12124 2 years ago

This might be a very entertaining weekend. Anyone happen to know if he has a taillight out?

#12125 2 years ago

I hope he skit his pants when he heard the news.

#12126 2 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Wouldn't the US Marshals actively pursue a warrant, unlike the situation you describe with local cops?

Simply put.. there are thousands more warrants out than there are people to actually go and proactively enforce each of them. Which is why there is priorities and some logic about when/who/when to go and try to find someone.

#12127 2 years ago

So should the company be renamed? Skit-P: some kid in the prisonblock.... or perhaps skip-t.. skipping town?

#12128 2 years ago

Even if its only a detention cell until he can be brought before a judge... the very idea of him being in a cell, even if only briefly, is a moral victory. Plus, the idea there is actually an active warrant is also a star on top of the christmas tree. The idea alone that the guy is actively WANTED by the law and will be held in a cell is a huge step forward.

It's wacky to think that outcome finally comes from his civil disobedience instead of criminal charges... but you gotta take what you can

#12129 2 years ago

I can't stand people that think they are above the law. I don't know how to adequately describe him. But I'll give it a go:

He is a fraudulent, self righteous, narcissistic bozo. I think he is so delusional that he actually believes his own lies and thinks he has nothing to answer for. I can't stop shaking my head.

#12130 2 years ago
Quoted from PinSinner:

He is a fraudulent, self righteous, narcissistic bozo.

You are being generous with your prognosis.

#12131 2 years ago

Did he ever get paper mails(in addition to emails) to show up for legal proceedings? I'm wondering if he just tossed them out like it was an overdue bill he ain't going to pay. Interesting to watch someone just completely ignore it all to see how far it's going to go.

#12132 2 years ago
Quoted from T-800:

Maybe Dog will come out to play...

My mom is neighbors with Dog. Just let me know when he skips bail and I'll sick him!

#12133 2 years ago

I'll bet he never got served by one of the typical Process Servers in Michigan who are "trusted" to provide "good service" to the attorneys or Courts that pay them the usual $125.00 fee.

They come knocking with their little badges hanging from their belt with "Court Officer " ID. And when there is no answer after a few attempts, they tape the notice to the home or apartment front door and "Certify" it was delivered or served.

There is a good chance Kevin never even saw it if he fled to South America or someplace like that.

#12134 2 years ago
Quoted from s1500:

Did he ever get paper mails(in addition to emails) to show up for legal proceedings? I'm wondering if he just tossed them out like it was an overdue bill he ain't going to pay. Interesting to watch someone just completely ignore it all to see how far it's going to go.

Well he has a lawyer... that presumably knows how to reach him. If he refuses to listen to his own representation.. there is no excuse.

The lawyer knows what is expected of Kevin.

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#12135 2 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

Now that there is a warrant, there needs to be some reason for the cops to visit his home.
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Back when people used to still write bad checks, Ali at the local party store would get a warrant for someone's arrest.
Of course the cops would only act on that warrant if someone was pulled over; otherwise it was not something they wanted to get involved in.
Ali found out that if you make sure Mr Badcheck was home, you could call the police and say you hear what you believe to be Domestic Violence at his address. This would result in 4 cops showing up, ready for battle.
The cops would interview each household member separately, and have plenty of time to discover the outstanding warrant.

I normally love advice from vid, that said, this is awful and highly illegal advice that could get someone in a lot of trouble.

Each state is different, but reporting a false emergency is a felony in every state I have seen (sometimes it is a misdeemener that elevates to a felony when someone, including the cop, is injured). If you report a knowingly false act that has an emergency vehicle show up and someone gets injured you have liability and will likely go to jail yourself.

A lot of dogs have been shot over the years when cops come storming in someone's home over basically a prank call. Some cops have also been killed...the person triggering the event has some liability here.

#12136 2 years ago
Quoted from TigerLaw:

That would be serious malpractice for her attorneys here in Louisiana. Might be disbarment level.
Just dumping her when she ran out of money is a problem for criminal defense lawyers here and its even worse if they didn't make the settlement applicable to all counties/parishes (I understand they have no power to stop the Feds from coming after someone but one county can stop other same states counties from trying someone for the same thing...).

Sounds like justice.

#12137 2 years ago
Quoted from Wolfmarsh:

If you read the document, it says that Kevin didn't tell his lawyer he wasn't coming.
Just using a common sense guess, his lawyer probably advised him to come. Probably said to meet at Keith's office and Kevin didn't show.
I imagine it went like this:
Keith: "Hey Kevin's Lawyer, thanks for coming."
Kevin's Lawyer: "Kevin should be here shortly."
*45 minutes pass*
Keith: "I guess he isn't coming, did he tell you that?"
Kevin's Lawyer: "No."
Keith: "OK man, you know the next steps, we will be in touch."
Kevin's Lawyer: "Ok, later, see you around."

At least they all had 45 minutes to dig into their latest juicy novels.

#12138 2 years ago

Maybe Kevin was a no show so that he can get brought in for the free three hots and a cot.

#12139 2 years ago
Quoted from DanQverymuch:

At least they all had 45 minutes to dig into their latest juicy novels.

I thought about writing the dialogue.... mostly about the weather, Westworld, and that one judge down at the county courthouse that doesn't wear pants under his robe.

#12140 2 years ago
Quoted from Enaud:

Maybe Kevin was a no show so that he can get brought in for the free three hots and a cot.

pics or it didn't happen . . .

#12141 2 years ago

h o l y b l e e p

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#12142 2 years ago

i keep thinking about the metallica pin when i read this thread... can't put my finger on why...
some day maybe...

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#12143 2 years ago
Quoted from toyotaboy:

So should the company be renamed? Skit-P: some kid in the prisonblock.... or perhaps skip-t.. skipping town?

Keep it Skit-B: Some Kid in the Bin.

#12144 2 years ago

Scummy Kid Is Totally Busted.

F#*k him.

#12145 2 years ago

Well, that's certainly a very nice Xmas present. At least i can sing 'bad boys' all day long and feel better about all this. It's not over yet, but hearing news like this goes a long way.

I was in a real sh*tty mood this morning. Totally amazed at how a bit of good news completely turns the day around.

Thank you Keith, for all your continuing hard work.

#12146 2 years ago

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#12147 2 years ago

So how long do you think Kevin will be on the run? Weeks? Months?
In what state will the capture / arrest occur ?

#12148 2 years ago
Quoted from Trekie:

So how long do you think Kevin will be on the run? Weeks? Months?
In what state will the capture / arrest occur ?

If he resists, can they shoot him?

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#12149 2 years ago

Kevin is going to go live with his dad....

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