New Hampshire State Of Corruption Wacko Mike Gill Found Guilty In Dafamation Lawsuit Over Trash Talking Billboards Is The Most New Hampshire Story Ever
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Anyone who rides the turtle has seen this word threatened and thrown around by all sorts of butthurt jokers who are typically the subjects of our articles. Well yesterday, after multiple stalls in the hearing process, Mike Gill of Mortgage Specialists Inc. was found guilty in N.H. court of defamation of character. Mike has 3 New Hampshire locations where his mortgage company plasters the faces of local politicians, judges and attorneys on LED lit billboards calling them drug dealers, attempted murderers and shitheads.
This is Mike Gill.
I have been unable to decide if Mike is a credible, “for the people”, freedom-of-speech badass or if he’s a loudmouthed lunatic.
Part of me wants to high-five him for giving absolutely zero fucks about hurting anyone’s feelings and part of me wants to ignore him completely. You know that one weird, distant relative who drinks too much at the family Christmas party and rants and raves in the corner about government conspiracy between hiccups? He could totally be that guy.
Mike is no stranger to lawsuits. I think he may have spent more time in a court room than R. Kelley when he peed on that underage chick on camera. At one point Gill was one of the highest earning and top winning racehorse owners on the circuit until (horse)shit hit the fan and a racetrack and jockeys in Pennsylvania wanted to ban him from racing. He filed a lawsuit against Penn National Race Course but bailed out after claiming he couldn’t find an attorney that would represent him at a reasonable cost.
He sued a website for leaking loan volume information about M.S.I. He sued the racetrack owner of Florida’s Gulfstream Park for defamation after an interview with Sports Illustrated. He sued Delaware park after being banned from the grounds and from racing his horses there. He’s had multiple ex-employees file lawsuits against him alleging they were fired for refusing to engage in illegal practices and has also sued ex-employees for various reasons.
He’s been audited more than once by the I.R.S. and New Hampshire banking department and was said to have had employees doctoring signatures and paperwork at an off-site location. His divorce from ex-wife Sarah Gill was a long and drawn out sideshow with rumors of disputes over money, tax evasion, Sarahs mental health disorders and that he was banging one of his attorneys, Darla Sedgwick.
Must’ve been that alluring, Tom Selleck inspired ‘stache.
Judge David LeFrancois found Mike in contempt of court for a dispute during a divorce hearing last year in March. He was found in contempt again in January of this year by LeFrancois after racking up almost 100k in alimony arrears and was ordered to pay the amount in full within 15 days. You know what happened to Judge LeFrancois? His face ended up on the billboards too.
Among other claims is that his paralegal was working covertly to sabotage his court case and that he’s had 3 different murder attempts which were orchestrated by government officials to keep him quiet. You can check out all of these claims and more on his website, State Of Corruption or on his Facebook page.
The 3 guys that just won the lawsuit against Mike Gill are AutoFair president and CEO Andrew Crews, Manchester developer Dick Anagnost and banker William Greiner. Gill has made claims on social media and his billboards that they are drug/gun dealers and extortionists. Crews and Anagnost have partnered to open Hope For New Hampshire, a rehabilitation program in good ol’ ManchVegas and have both been awarded citizen of the year by the Manchester Chamber Of Commerce. All 3 men are on the board of directors for Primary Bank.
The 3 are represented by attorney Alex Walker who also pressed charges for defamation after his face was put on Gills billboard and he was labeled a murderer and Alex Walker was once an attorney for Gills, accompanied him on family and work trips and aided him in his divorce. Gill has made very clear that he blames Walker for trying to ruin his company, mishandling information regarding IRS liens and meddling with his divorce proceedings.
Mike Gill has expressed that he believes Sununu has his own “mafia” of government officials and that Jeanne Shaheen has protected the IRS as a purpose for extortion. He accuses that Bill Shaheen has been working with judges, state agencies and family courts in shady deals and that the FBI refuses to accept the evidence he has. He also claims that he has been offered 50 million dollars by firms and attorneys to stay silent and that NH government is running the show on drugs from distribution to arrest, rehab and beyond.
And while there are many people who support Gill, not everyone is a fan. There seems to be very little gray area in opinion of him.
He’s also had his company locations vandalized and had windows smashed on his vehicle in the past.
You know what happened after the sign was broken? He got a new, brighter, more energy efficient one. It’s like a beacon on the horizon when you’re heading to the Mall Of New Hampshire.
So what’s the real deal here? Are these guys all in cahoots to make money by running the drug/rehab/gun market in New Hampshire or is Mike Gill a total nutcase who wears a tinfoil hat and likes to hear himself talk? I think the biggest issue is that people have the impression that he makes these wild accusations but doesn’t provide a lot of evidence to back it up. Is it that he doesn’t have any or that it is, like he claims, rejected by officials? Gill also ran for governor but was disqualified because he wasn’t registered to vote. Whoops.
I think it’s fit to be mentioned that the judge presiding over the ruling was another subject of defamation by Mike Gill. Does that make his position a conflict of interest? This was the 4th judge assigned to this trial as the previous 3 all stepped down due to prior relations with various attorneys on either side.
I’m not going to lie, I will miss seeing those blinking billboards. I always found it hilarious that the second you cross over the border into New Hampshire on 125 in Plaistow you’re immediately welcomed by a large sign with the word shitheads on it. Only in New Hampshire can you brush up on political slander, get a tattoo, buy a gun, pawn some jewelry, grab cheap cigarettes and booze and pick out a bong in less than a square mile.
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