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I was convicted, that is true, I appealed but was too late apparently. The client/"friend" knew about my past when he asked me to help him but clearly he has some serious financial issues to address by the IP I introduced him to. We have helped thus far but he is "unstable" but more the point is that he is informing all and sundry about my past and threatening to ruin me and surely this cannot be acceptable!
Is it possible to have a telephone conversation or better still a consultation which I more than happy to pay for so this matter can be discussed as it is quite complicated.
The part about my previous conviction is of course true, its on record (notwithstanding that I always maintained my innocence even risking my parole release), however the other insinuations this person is making are totally false. We tried to help this individual but he seems to be using my "history" to cloud the issues and after so many years clawing back "up the ladder" successfully he is attempting to damage the credibility of the firm.
Yes, several things.
Apart from bringing up my previous conviction which is factual and therefore "true" everything else he is saying is a lie and malicious.