Thursday, December 10, 2015

Felon Bernard Kerik desperate to silence supporters of his Co-Author Plaintiff in "From Jailer to Jailed" Litigation

Most former NYPD Commissioners spend their time doing good in the world, as well-sought media analysts or being honored at gala charity events. Former NYPD Commissioner turned felon on probation Bernard Kerik appears to be spending his days desperately shutting down twitter supporters of his co-author plaintiff in the Southern District of New York Federal case over authorship rights from the book "From Jailer to Jailed".


The publisher, Simon and Schuster has been named in the lawsuit as defendant along with the felon on probation. Kerik, then Cumberland FPC inmate #84888-054, is accused of befriending then manipulating the co-author to write portions of the book, then, after Kerik's release from prison, publishing her work as his own without her permission, credit or compensation.

Could the litigation and the potential dark money secrets of over Bernie Kerik's "From Jailer to Jailed" money trail, including his non-profit ACCJR.org, making felon Bernard Kerik come undone?! Felon on probation, Bernard Kerik, now spends his days desperately attempting to shut down twitter accounts of the co-author's supporters as well as any that proudly display the DoingTimeWithBernie.com banner!

Yes, the discovery in this trial could bring some secrets to light that may jeopardize felon Bernard Kerik's liberty with violations of his probation and exposure to how he conducted business from inside prison and other violations or special treatment Kerik enjoyed inside the prison walls.
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