I think it's fair and more importantly, puts an end to this nonsense.
I propose we settle.
Yes, I’d very much like to put this matter behind me so I can get back to the business of helping people save their homes from foreclosure.
To that end, I’ve created an offer to settle.
As to the settlement agreement you reached with my ex-partner, not going there.
As to a consent decree?
Pretty much ditto the above.
But, I’m willing to be reasonable, in spite of now having to live with the damage your office has unjustly inflicted upon my family and me.
Here’s what I’ll need to feel good about walking away from this thing . . .
Your office, under your signature, will issue a press release that simply says, “We were wrong, we’re sorry, and it won’t happen again.”
You can dress it up a little if you like, but that’s the gist of it.
It will not be watered down, and there can be no possibility anyone will be uncertain about what’s taken place and how it’s ended:
You were wrong, you’re sorry, and it won’t happen again.
Your office makes good on both the Monte Kline travesty and my ex-partner’s settlement matter.
As to Mr. Kline, you agree to stop arguing about the expenses he incurred during the five years of abuse he suffered at the hands of the Office of the Washington State Attorney General.
Just give him the money he’s documented he paid to defend himself. That’s the fair thing to do.
As to my ex-partner, you agree to tear up that ridiculous settlement agreement, give him back his money and cancel the consent decree your office pressured him, under the threat of financial ruin, into signing.
Likewise, it’s only fair.
You do those two things and we’re all back to square one with everyone restored, at least in part, to their pre-Kringled lives.
This offer is good through Friday, July 27th, and is subject to the approval of my attorney. If you’re interested in settling, now would be a good time to contact him to let him know.
As to changes?
Not gonna happen.
I think it’s a win/win.