In April 2022, I sued Marry Fanning for defamation. Fanning’s vicious attacks against me started after I published a post detailing how she, Dennis Montgomery, and several other associates engaged in targeted disinformation operations, specifically, that:
- The Hammer and Scorecard claims were republican establishment fabrications that were designed to deceive the public about the true nature of the 2020 elections.
- The Lindell Absolute Proof series, his symposium, as well as several other high visibility election fraud operations (such as the ones promoted by Phil Waldron’s ASOG, Sidney Powell’s Kraken, and Jovan Pulitzer’s various scams) were also republican establishment active measures designed to target President Trump and the MAGA movement.
The ethics complaint that I’ve filed with the IARDC (Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois) against Marry Fanning’s husband stems from the fact that Gregg Kirchhoeffer, who is a senior partner at Kirkland & Ellis, engaged in the practice of law without a license in the State of Missouri. His wife, is a defendant in a suit in which I am a plaintiff.
Mary Fanning completely ignored the summons deadline, as well as discovery deadlines, which included a Request for Admissions (RFA). Because failing to timely respond to my RFA carries a severe penalty (they are deemed admitted), she attempted to lie to the court that she was representing herself, pro se, in order to seek an excuse for missing the RFA deadline. In reality, her husband, Gregg Kirchhoeffer represented her and filed her pleadings from his Kirkland & Ellis office fax. The purpose of these filings were to deceive the court and improperly delay the litigation.
The following are the complaint and few of the exhibits that provide context for my grievance. The evidence clearly proves that Mr. Kirchhoeffer was ghostwriting and ghost-filing pleadings for his wife’s case, representing her without leave of court, without local counsel, and without a Missouri law license.
Document 1: The complaint
Document 2: Motion to compel and Strike
Document 3: Plaintiffs’ First Requests For Admissions Directed To Defendants Fanning And Howse
Document 4: Email Threads
Document 5: Gregg Kirchhoefer’s CV