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Saturday, March 28, 2009

GOOD NEWS

What a wonderful way to start a Saturday morning! We've got great news from John Tiedt and Scott Clarkson today!

The US Bankruptcy Court has DISMISSED the Diaz Case!

A tremendous THANK YOU to both John Tiedt and Scott Clarkson for their determination and perseverence in pursuing this case.

The Bankruptcy was just an obstacle with which Ms. Diaz attempted to slow down the wheels of justice. The obstacle has been removed and the wheels will continue moving. It's not over just yet. There is still much more to be done. Stay tuned. We'll keep you posted of the progress, as we can.

1 comments:

2big4mysize said...

woo hoo even better news

To all Ducks

Today, October 29, 2010, Judge Rick Brown of the Riverside County Superior Court entered a verdict for the plaintiffs in a certified national class action lawsuit. The court entered a verdict against Heidi Diaz the owner of the diet website Kimkins.com for fraud and false advertising. The court awarded the class members restitution in the amount of $1,824,210.39. The court also awarded an additional $500,000 in punitive damages as well as attorney fees. The court then issued a temporary restraining order to freeze all of the assets of Ms. Diaz.

Most notably, the court also imposed an injunction requiring Heidi Diaz to post on all of her websites that: (1) she lied about her weight loss; (2) she lied about her after diet pictures; (3) she lied about testimonials on her website; and (4) she lied about the photographs used with the testimonials to promote the Kimkins website.

An injunction was also issued to prevent Heidi Diaz from contracting, harassing or cyberbulling the plaintiffs and the witnesses. A formal judgment will be entered before November 19, 2010.

The original complaint was filed over three years ago on October 15, 2007. I want to thank everyone who supported the class action lawsuit. The Ducks were wonderful. I met a lot of great people and made a lot of new friends fighting for a good cause. Heidi Diaz lied on her website and made the fatal mistake of lying in the courtroom. You cannot trust Heidi Diaz. I anticipate more legal (illegal) maneuvering by Heidi Diaz to evade the judgment. We will be prepared and I will be relentless. Again, I thank all you.

John E. Tiedt