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Thursday, March 31, 2016

DID STEVEN INGERSOLL VIOLATE NO-CONTACT ORDER ISSUED BY JUDGE THOMAS L. LUDINGTON WHILE 'CONSULTING' WITH MARK NOSS PRIOR TO HIS 2015 TRIAL? Newly-Released Email Evidence Reveals 'Contact' Began In April 2014 And Continued Through March 2016.


So are we to assume that after receiving the Grand Traverse Academy money torch from Steven Ingersoll, Mark Noss and his Full Spectrum Management didn't really sever ties “with Smart Schools Management to protect the integrity of Grand Traverse Academy” as he publicly promised in his April 28, 2014 email? 
-WITNESS LIST? Those Are My Friends...And Long-Term Business Associates!

The story of Steven Ingersoll's continuing financial and business relationship with Mark Noss is getting more problematic.

Miss Fortune has uncovered evidence (and by 'evidence' I mean court documents that I used to write a series of stories last year!) that indicates Steven Ingersoll violated a no-contact order, issued January 21, 2015 by U. S. District Judge Thomas L. Ludington, when he provided his so-called business management services to Full Spectrum Management, LLC honcho Mark Noss.

Ludington's order, barring Ingersoll from having “contact, whether directly or indirectly, with any witnesses identified by the Government in its witness lists”, denied Ingersoll's January 14, 2015 request to maintain contact with individuals he wished to exempt, including Mark Noss, Craig Johnston, Margo Abbott, Jim Comer, Bruce Christensen, and Patty Engler. 

In his January 14 response to the government's December 5, 2014 motion to modify the conditions of his bond, Ingersoll asked that he be allowed to maintain contact with those potential witness due to “a recurring professional and/or personal relationship”. 

Hmmm? Interesting. Even if Noss sent a proxy to meet with Ingersoll, that still qualifies as 'indirect' contact.

The feds got the bond modification ball rolling in late 2014. According to details presented in a December 19, 2014 bond revocation hearing, Ingersoll was directly involved in a scheme to serve subpoenas on witnesses in fraud co-defendant Roy Bradley's asbestos mishandling case. 


So, if Ingersoll did violate that no-contact order, I'm still puzzled as to what kind of expertise he could have provided to Mark Noss.

If you'd read the April 28, 2014 email Noss sent, introducing himself to the Grand Traverse Academy community, you would have thought he'd hit the ground running and never look back.

Like Lt. Joe Kenda says...my, my, my!

2 comments:

  1. My my my! Interesting

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  2. Everybody knows they were communicating through his trial. The evidence is all over the place. I dislike people that think they are untouchable and can get away with what ever they so desire. Ingersoll has control of an awful lot of people that are stuck in his deceptive scenario. If the world were a better place we would be rid of this disease. But we have to start somewhere. We have to put Michigan education on a better path and put some salt on these leeches that profess they are doing good for our communities. They are embezzling our money and using our children for their bloated lifestyles.

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