The AZ AF Holdings LLC case against Christopher Heggum was part of the eight individual law suits that sprung from DC case # 1:11-cv-01274, AF Holdings LLC, v. Does 1-1140, initially filed on 13 Jul 11. As these are AF Holdings LLC cases, we expected them to be slowly closed down to avoid the ‘uncomfortable’ questions that are a result of the ‘Alan Cooper’ fraud/ID theft allegations/proceedings in California and Minnesota. The other well-known Doe in these AZ cases is David Harris, who answered the complaint and made life a bit more difficult for the Prenda Law team. As Mr. Harris has answered the complaint, Prenda Law will not have as easy of a time dismissing the case. As they have used the Harris case as a launching platform to develop other Does, this one may stay open for a bit. AZ Spin-Off Cases
As far as the Heggum case, on 10 Jan 13, the court ordered that if Plaintiff did not serve Mr. Heggum by 6 Feb 13, the case would be dismissed without further notice. On 6 Feb 13 (The last day!!!!!), Troll Goodhue motioned the court for more time. His “Good Cause” for the request??? Defendant Heggum was avoiding him. Sure. Resp_OSC_02130(AZ) Resp_OSC_Decl_02130(AZ)
The court for some reason agreed to the request and gave Troll Goodhue until 7 Apr 13, to effect service. ExtenToServe_02139(AZ) Well, as expected, they failed to serve Mr. Heggum by that date. So on 9 Apr 13, Judge Susan Bolton dismissed the case against Heggum. Heggum_Dismissed_02130(AZ) As this is now the second time a case on this matter has been dismissed against Heggum, it is effectively over for good – adjudicated on its merits.