Thursday, January 19, 2017

Tim Munshell Legally Declared He Has No Funds or Property on 12/24/2014

In this post are screen captures of a court record where Tim Munshell is sued by his public accountant. The judgement went against Munshell. Property garnishment rights were granted to the plaintiff. Who should have known Munshell had neither property nor money to satisfy the $3,725.00 legal debt. 

About five years ago, Timothy Stewart Munshell signed a 75-year lease to the Fort Howard Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center property in Ft. Howard, Baltimore County, Maryland. A beautiful area on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. The VAMC property buildings & infrastructure is rotting away. The deal is for him to redevelop the property into a vibrant community geared towards American Military Veterans, with new housing constructed and existing buildings rehabbed for community needs. He agreed to bring tens of millions of dollars into the development process. He does not now, has never, and never will be able to live up to his deal. He has never done anything like that project. He has never been able to secure any funding, and has no funds of his own. He is a fraud.

The scam is to hold the lease, use it as a reference to convince investors/banks/businesses to loan him cash he will never pay back, and/or use it to convince an actual property developer to do the work and pay Munshell for the privilege. He has already scammed several businesses who did work on the planning and the presentation of plans to the public. And they are each, separately suing him.

Timothy S. Munshell legally declared he does not possess funds or property, in court records, on December 24, 2014. Screen captures of the document must come in parts, and I have overlapped them all to prove continuity. At the bottom is a video of it, with the mouse pointer pointing out important parts of the court document. At the bottom of the document it says "NO FUNDS HELD."


I cannot link straight to the case records, so in order for you to verify there what I have posted on here, you must sign in on their disclaimer page:

This video is difficult to see, even when enlarged to full screen, but it helps establish that I did not manipulate any text in the still photo screen captures sequence.

Munshell is still broke, which I will prove in the next blog post on this site. That post will appear over top this one.

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