Notice of Discontinuance of Notice of Claim against Grant Norman King, 1st Defendant, authorised (13/8/13).

As a result of some very wise and helpful feedback from the Judge at the Judicial Settlement Conference on 12/8/13, I have elected to file a Notice of Discontinuance of my Notice of Claim against Grant King, the 1st Defendant named in my claim.

My reasoning for this is based on the fact that in New Zealand Law, in order for me to continue to pursue Grant King as an undischarged bankrupt requires me to seek leave from the High Court to do so.

The cost of initiating this second legal process, in comparison to the amount of money stolen from me by GNK, is prohibitive, and even though there is sufficient legal precedent that would indicate that I would most likely be successful in my endeavour, even when I was ultimately successful in securing a Judgment against GNK, I would be unable to claim any award against him, by nature of GNK being an undischarged bankrupt.

Given these circumstances, I have taken my claim as far as I can reasonably go within a legal context – but that doesn’t mean that I’m finished with Mr Grant King.

Readers will by now be aware that there continues to be a host of on-going Statutory investigations into Grant King, and I am happy to report that I am enthusiastically assisting with each and every one of them.

In addition, my recent exposure of GNKS third illegal business set-up has caused some massive set-backs for GNK’s latest scam in the marine industry – every Marine chandlery, magazine, media outlet and professional association is now aware of what King is trying to pull, and it seems that information in various Marine industry networks travels faster than a signal along a fibre-optic cable.

Chinese media have now also been in contact with me, and are in the process of investigating the back-story.

As we have done for the past two years, every time GNK tries to set up a business, a scam, a job, or tries to do anything dodgy, I and the GNKASS Network will unceremoniously tear it, and him, down again, in order to minimise the possibility of GNK creating any more victims.

Yesterday, Grant King refused to table an Offer of Settlement with me (his third refusal to do so in the last two years): this will continue to prove to be one of the most unwise decisions he has ever made.

The legal campaign might be over – however the public exposure campaign will now be a permanent companion of Grant Norman Kings, for the rest of his natural, and self-imposed pitiful life.

Yesterday, Grant King opined to me that he “had had enough” of the public exposure campaign, and that I had “made me (him) the poster boy for fraud in New Zealand”. King whined that I had “stopped me (him) from working”, and that I had “been able to make contact with almost everyone I (he) have ever met”.

Not once did it occur to King that all he was experiencing was the law of natural consequence of 30-plus years of fraud against 70 (known) victims – he seemed genuinely bemused and aggrieved that everything had fallen down around him over the past two years, to the point that no-one in the English-speaking world will have anything to do with him (and the Chinese world is soon to follow).

More information to come, as we progress.


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