Skip to comments.Alleged forger praises his lawyer
Posted on 09/16/2004 12:13:58 AM PDT by Factfinder
Letter from Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Bill Burkett
Former Client of David Van Os
I have a 30 plus year experience of working within and around litigators in one fashion or another. I would guess that I have worked with over 100 attorneys and on and with about 40 cases; a small number if you're a lawyer, but a rather large exposure if you are a citizen.
When I needed an attorney for a case of pure retaliatory abuse that denied me medical care that I had both earned and paid for, I studied the resumes and reputations of attorneys throughout Texas. David Van Os had and has the highest rating and reputation for ethics of any attorney in Texas. And after dealing with him, I would certainly confirm that he has been the most principled and honest man in the legal profession that I have ever dealt with; and my experience has been that lawyers are notoriously dishonest and lack credibility.
Mr. Van Os has met every commitment within my case, which worked itself through the State court system and ended up at the US Supreme Court.
But he was also realistic, honest and fair concerning the law and what it means and also what it does not mean. He stood by the law and the intent of the law throughout our case.
Yes, David will be a People's Judge. I think that's good. On the Texas Supreme Court, I wouldn't believe that the corporations would be too disappointed that the People of Texas would be represented by one of nine seats.
And how would just one judge make any difference?
There is no one in the entire field of law that I would select to represent me over David Van Os. Therefore, I have faith that he can be more influential in returning the beginning of balance and equity to this important court. Certainly, by the responses given by Mr. Brister to the Senate confirmation committee, his responses will be far more honest, dignified and legally correct than what Mr. Brister told that committee.
He worked with over 100 attorneys?
This is one busy guy.
There's a photo of Van de Os with Carville on this site, and I'm not able to post it here. Can someone do it before the Rats take it off?
Look in the "Photo Album" section, toward the end of the page. Also one with Clinton at end.
Hmm maybe he should have worked with a document examiner...
Cobra, you're goin' down too.
See #8 too. :-)
>>I have worked with over 100 attorneys
Yikes. One of those guys!
The kind who have boxes and boxes of legal paperwork, are always in court about something or other and just sort of bumble around forever in the reception room of law offices, looking for someone who will understand them and recognize their true brilliance.
Van Os ---->>>>
Traveled to Palm Beach, Florida, November-December 2000, to assist Democratic Party in vote recount efforts
Do his lawyers keep petitioning the Court to let them out of a bad deal? Does he not pay them? Does he switch lawyers every time he gets one that won't sink low enough for him?
Sounds like a red flag to me!
I don't think this person would have created such easy to detect fakes. I think we are being diverted from the real creator of the docs, someone in the Kerry campaign.
THIS IS JUST SMOKE.
Interesting...Clinton and the lawyer.
Didn't this all start to unfold AFTER the Clinton phone call?
Yes, I believe it did. I think the Clinton call happened right around the time Carville and Begala were added to the Kerry team also.
I really, really hope that Fox News has these pictures of the lawyer with the big guns of the DNC.