Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Dallas Jury Awards Two Men $20.3M in Settlement Against Brian Martin - Kevin Involved!

 Some things never change, Brian and Kevin Martin, the cash scamming twins from Corona California are a perfect example. They have been scamming people for money since the day they gained access to the internet. They have used hundreds of Youtube channels and various websites in their scamming enterprises for decades to defraud tens of thousands of people of their hard earned money. Take this case that was decided Friday, reading the end you see that Brian in the typical Martin fashion try to harm those they already scammed further when they are caught.

From  Dallas News 

 A North Texas federal jury has rewarded two businessmen with a nearly 6,800 percent return on their $1,500 investment four years ago in a Dallas-based gaming channel on YouTube.
A four-woman, three-man jury ruled Friday that Videogames YouTube Channel and two of its owner/operators conspired to breach their contract agreements with two outside investors and defraud the men of profits they were promised.

 The panel awarded the defrauded investors, David T. Moss of North Carolina and Brandon Keating of Illinois, $20.3 million in damages.
Lawyers involved in the case say that the investment fraud issues raised in this case are widespread involving YouTube channels and that hundreds — maybe even thousands — of similar cases are likely to be filed in the next few years.

 Moss and Keating claimed in their lawsuit that they each invested $1,500 in 2012 in Videogames YouTube. In return, the Dallas company’s founder, Marko Princip, promised them each a 30 percent stake in the business and 30 percent of the profits, according to court documents.
The federal lawsuit alleged that Princip and another business partner, Brian Martin of California, failed to keep their contract commitment and conspired together to commit fraud and tortious interference.

Lawyers for Princip and Martin argued that Moss terminated his partnership with Videogames YouTube in 2012 and that Keating and Princip never signed their final partnership agreement.
After a weeklong trial, the jury found for the plaintiffs.
“We won this case because we exposed the perjurious testimony of the defendants,” said Barnes & Thornburg partner Victor Vital, who represented Moss and Keating.
Vital said the evidence showed that Videogames YouTube had 813 million clicks and Princip was paid $3 per 1,000 clicks, or $2.5 million, for the advertising on the site.

The jury awarded the plaintiffs 60 percent of the $2.5 million, plus more than $1.5 million in future earnings and $16 million in punitive damages.
“This case demonstrates the big business that YouTube has become,” said Dallas lawyer Dan Wyde, who also represented Moss and Keating. “There are cable networks that don’t have the viewers that these guys do.”
Robert Wilson, a Dallas lawyer representing the defendants, did not respond to a request for an interview.

The case took an additional twist late Sunday when the federal judge in the case ordered Martin and his lawyers to appear in court Tuesday to explain a Twitter message Martin allegedly sent out Friday night after the verdict inviting video game directors to upload pornography to the YouTube channel.
The judge ordered the parties to do nothing to harm the channel or its value.


Kevin Douglas Martin has already started back up with the veiled death threats against people who are posting this information publicly.

 As usual Kevin Douglas Martin is proving he is a total gay ass clown. One man told him to shut up before ha came out there to put him to work as a she bitch, an obvious reference to his recent arrest and conviction for prostitution.

 Stay tuned for more.

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