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Judge rules in property scam lawsuit

Rulings made in Jason Ives cases

December 28, 2012

Judges in two counties recently issued rulings on a lawsuit in Delta County and two upcoming trials in Menominee County involving a Bark River man serving time in jail....

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sback7

Dec-31-12 9:30 AM

Jason shows his lack of brain power over and over. He has plead guilty or been found guilty in every case. He could have paid back all his victims, avoided all jail time, and saved all the attorney fees which must be over 20 grand by now? Now, Jason has found a scammer even better than he is, his attorney who keeps telling him how great she is, and she can help him, etc. All the while sucking up money that could and should go into paying back the victims. Meanwhile, Jason will rack up more jail time when all the victims want is their money back, have a bigger criminal record, and will owe thousands more in legal fees, all because he won't stand up like a man and pay back the people he ripped off....

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