Personal Service of Default Judgment is Not Required
Last week I was trying to figure out how to escape from West Covina, California when the doorbell rang. It was Steve Delacruz personally serving me with a copy of John Herriot’s unenforceable default judgment. Plaintiff is not legally required to personally serve a default judgment upon a defendant. Judgments are served by mail just like everything else in the case. Personal service is only required for the summons and complaint, subpoenas and writs. Once you have chased someone down and finally obtained your judgment you are done with personal service. Steve Delacruz already personally served me with the summons and complaint in Palm Springs in 2017. I ignored the worthless summons and complaint just like I am ignoring the worthless default judgment, except for blogging about them.
Personally serving worthless legal papers shows how deceptive John Herriot and his organization are. Herriot and Delacruz erroneously assumed that I would be scared of seeing my name on the judgment and cease blogging. I know exactly what they are thinking because I used to think the same way. I erroneously believed that people would be scared to see their names as a defendant in a lawsuit and they would cave in and offer to settle. Plaintiffs do not quiver and quake when they see their names in lawsuits. People get angry at being sued and fight back like I am doing. John’s personal service had just the opposite effect that he thought it would. Instead of stopping publication I am increasing publication.
Personal Restraining Order
This whole child sex trafficking investigation began because Herriot was misrepresenting that there was a personal restraining order against me. There was never any TRO or orders against me whatsoever. Charles Kenyon made false representations that there was a personal restraining order against me in Philadelphia, PA. Herriot picked-up on Kenyon’s deception and brought the lie to California.
When I heard from Jeff Cowan that Herriot was misrepresenting the facts I did an investigation of Herriot. Imagine my surprise on Election Night 2016 when I fell out of my chair in disbelief: CMEN entrepreneur John Herriot was a registered copulator of children under the age of 14 years!