Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Stephen Lamont contunies to attemt to Trick - Deceive the Iviewit Investors and to FRAUD the US Courts.

This is Very Serious, as there really are no Shareholder of Iviewit Right?

I mean there are intent to have Shareholders, there are investors that deserve their right - yet no board ever appointed Stephen Lamont and here he is still trying to get what is called "Shareholders" to join him in some lawsuit that he has not right to be in. P. Stephen Lamont was NEVER legally a CEO of the Iviewit Technology Company.

Find out the Facts for yourself all those who invested in the Iviewit Technologies around a Decade ago. The Inventors, the Founder of the Company Speaks for the Iviewit Company and NOT Stephen Lamont.

Analyze his motive, dissect what Stephen Lamont is Saying and come up with your own facts. There are over a thousand documents at http://www.iviewit.tv/ and information on www.DeniedPatent.com - this information and these documents are from a decade of information on what Really Happened to the Iviewit Company and who did it...

For me as an Investigative Reporter, I would rather get my information from studying documents, and talking to the Owner of the Company rather then a fired, disgruntled ex-employee that claims to be a current and or ex-CEO when he knows that the The Iviewit Attorneys at the time told him that he could not legally be a CEO and should distance himself from the Iviewit Company.

According to Legal Advice Given to Stephen Lamont he is not to be calling himself CEO or acting on behalf of iviewit in any way. Look at www.Iviewit.TV - the homepage .. and there in Stephen Lamont's own words you see he was advised of this.. yet all of these emails to what is being called Iviewit Shareholders he signs as CEO of Iviewit.. this is in my understanding Illegal.. the question is why is Stephen Lamont so bold about all of this.. does he think or know that someone very high up in our legal system is protecting him?

He has no right what so ever to speak for iviewit.. yet he is trying to tell investors to join him now .. to "opt in" or forever lose rights... how can this possible have any merit of TRUTH what so ever ..???


So what Should the Investors .. labeled as Shareholders Do?

I mean according to Stephen Lamont Time is Running out and in a day or two you will have no rights if you don't join him.. YET he has nothing to do with Iviewit other then being one of the Investors... so who is he to be telling you this and creating these imaginary deadlines?

Find out the Facts Folks... Read the Documents and information at http://www.iviewit.tv/ - Learn all you can and go with your gut instinct... DO NOT BELIEVE me.. i am NOT trying to give you Legal or Financial Advice of ANY Kind . .I am saying to Read, Study, Get the Facts and Find out More before you Jump on anyone's Band Wagon...

It has been over a decade... why put your name and face out there now in this FIGHT... you have Rights.. why not wait for the Justice System to wake up.. In my opinion if you don't then you may be part of the Corruption and well.... anyway.. Trust Your Instincts.. NOT Me and Certainly NOT Stephen Lamont...

Here is Todays Correspondence Stephen Lamont has sent out...

""" Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 12:36 PM

Subject: FW: In the Supreme Court of the United States: Lamont, Becker (TBD), Howard, McKeown, and Welsch v. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.

Thoughts??

From: P. Stephen Lamont

Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 11:33 AM

On August 8, 2008, the District Court granted Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss (a case in which all Iviewit shareholders were parties, and I acted on their behalf), then I appealed that decision to the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals (again all Iviewit shareholders were parties, and I acted on their behalf) who, after 17 months on the docket, dismissed the appeal on January 22, 2010 after Eliot threatened the panel with criminal charges.

So, the next step in the chain is “appealing” to the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse the lower courts’ rulings and dismissals.

Unfortunately, the rules of the U.S. Supreme Court are different and they won’t allow me to act on behalf of Iviewit shareholders, so each individual shareholder would have to opt-in on my April 22, 2010 filing which has been accepted as timely; the filing deadline was April 23, 2010.

The hoped for result is that the U.S. Supreme Court looks at our shareholders’ Petition and its reason for granting, sends it back to the District Court, where the next step would be the “discovery phase” of the case and the Defendants might offer the plaintiffs (only those shareholders who opted-in on the U.S. Supreme Court Petition) a settlement and other relief as appropriate.

If not, the case might proceed to trial, where, if we are successful, a jury would award the plaintiffs (only those shareholders who opted-in on the U.S. Supreme Court Petition) damages.

Strange as it sounds, the other shareholders who choose NOT to opt-in, just disappear from the proceedings and have no hopes for to recover damages either at settlement or trial in these matters.

Lastly, a settlement or damages at trial would be directed towards that percentage of each of our individual shareholdings and not the whole Iviewit enchilada, unfortunately.

Best regards,

P. Stephen Lamont
Chief Executive Officer
Iviewit Technologies, Inc.


Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 11:57 AM

To: Stephen Lamont

Subject: RE: In the Supreme Court of the United States: Lamont, Becker (TBD), Howard, McKeown, and Welsch v. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.

What settlement/trial??

From: P. Stephen Lamont

Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 10:40 AM

Subject: RE: In the Supreme Court of the United States: Lamont, Becker (TBD), Howard, McKeown, and Welsch v. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.

Your 11 years of damages on your shares of Iviewit Holdings, Inc., if the Petition is successful, reversed, and remanded back to District Court for settlement or damages at trial.

Best regards,

P. Stephen Lamont
Chief Executive Officer
Iviewit Technologies, Inc.



Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 11:34 AM

To: P. Stephen Lamont

Cc: Eliot I. Bernstein

Subject: RE: In the Supreme Court of the United States: Lamont, Becker (TBD), Howard, McKeown, and Welsch v. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.

Win what?

From: P. Stephen Lamont

Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 10:28 AM

Subject: In the Supreme Court of the United States: Lamont, Becker (TBD), Howard, McKeown, and Welsch v. Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee, et al.

Last Call…the Petition will go to print on the morning of 06/07/2010.

All those shareholders wishing to “opt-in” and be named as Parties to the Proceeding for purposes of being subjects of the court’s judgment in the proceedings must do so by Friday, June 4th at 5:00 PM, EDT.

By “opting in” you have an opportunity to recover, for some, 11 years of damages.

If you are in it, you can win it. If you are not, you cannot.

Cheers!

Best regards,
P. Stephen Lamont
Chief Executive Officer

Iviewit Technologies, Inc. """"

So Folks.. It is Your Choice, However - How could this possibly Be Factual? P. Stephen Lamont has NO Right to Keep Claiming to be Chief Executive Officer ... and yet he does and now he wants you to jump into some imaginary fight.. when the Inventors and Founder of the Company seems to be the only one with the Legal Right to Speak for ANY of this.. WHY is Stephen Lamont Still pushing all this.. ???

Eliot Bernstein is Taking the Proper Steps to Get you Justice within the Legal Limits of the Our United States Justice System and though he is running into lots of corruptions, and what seems to be pay offs and cover ups everywhere..still Eliot Bernstein is acting in a Legal - Honorable way... and not creating you more legal liability ... is NOT participating in Illegal Behavoir ... and it seems to me that Eliot Bernstein as the Founder of Iviewit and one of the Inventors is the Only one who really does have a right to do anything on anyone's behalf... you Invested in his Company.. and Stephen Lamont.. well is just one of the investors... and he is NOT acting in a Legal Capicity in my Opinion...


More on all this at
www.Iviewit.TV