Attorney Mark Sableman: Truth wins out!

Mark Sableman, media attorney and expert mediator, was an early (2013) recipient of the now too common, “Fake News.”   I know this is true because I was the source.

What!?! Well, I was an unintended source. I recounted the first report, which was from a mid-western based, legal publication. However, Facebook ad buys aside, facts are important.

So just to be clear, in the beginning, Stableman was named as the Defendant in an auto-pedestrian accident with Sherry Claggertt listed as the pedestrian, Plaintiff.

Claggert’s counsel made what turned out to be some pretty wild accusations against Sableman – which were soon proved completely false.  Phone logs, people.  Phone logs proved Sableman’s account was the correct one. 

Mark Sableman - expert mediator

Neither myself and the first legal publication reporting, had the correct information.  However, as Sableman did not return my call, the incorrect stuck around.

Enter Bennet Kelley – aka: The Redeemer 

Bennet Kelley

Fast forward to September, 2017, and Bennet G. Kelley, founder of the Internet Law CenterMr. Kelley dropped me a nice letter to inform me my report was inaccurate.

A portion of his letter is below, in blue. Mark Sableman was right

Exhibit A

Defendant agrees with Mark Sableman

Everyone Agrees with Mark Sableman

When I called and asked Bennet Kelley and Mark Sableman why Plaintiff’s counsel would make such an outrageous claim, neither could explain.  (I hesitate to offer my take.) But given I usually spend my time writing about creepy attorneys, or those practicing law, sans license; speaking with them both was a nice change for me.

Also, neither man seemed too upset.  They just wanted the story updated. This is that.

Last, if someone calls to check something out, may I suggest the call be returned?  

After all, facts matter. 😂

The old journalism adage is true:  If your Mother says she loves you — check it out!

Internet high-five

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About bonnie russell

It's not about me....but working with and sometimes against attorneys, I *do* find interesting people doing interesting things.
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