Thursday, October 31, 2013

Wild Accusations!

People define their desperation by the lies they tell......

The Albany Attorney who used to be MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. [who seems to enjoy tootling from Albany to Plymouth].....

...... until TOYOTA U.S.A. got booted from the lawsuit.....A/K/A KING OF representing ROUTE 44 TOYOTA.....all very confusing..... 

....a gaggle of attorneys to defend a LEMON TOYOTA!

THE KING OF CONFLICT insisted to a JUDGE that while the LEMON LADY was contorted from a back injury......

...the LEMON LADY was handing out flyers on Cape Cod!
Who showed this map to the KING OF CONFLICT? Now he believes everything SOUTH of the Mass Pike is Cape Cod!


OR THIS......
....threw his little hissy fit, insisting on an ORDER TO COMPEL the LEMON LADY to provide her deposition.......
something the LEMON LADY has been more than willing to do.....were it not for the KING OF CONFLICT cancelling.....
That's the problem with Deep Pocketed Clients who lack the integrity to repair their product....and would rather invest in fighting their customers.......
Let's remember this is about a TOYOTA LEMON....
The LEMON LADY'S ATTORNEY has offered repeatedly to settle for the cost of the LEMON TOYOTA.....TOYOTA U.S.A. has spent far more than the car is worth......

Wednesday, October 30, 2013


Court today at the request of MR TOYOTA U.S.A. .....who now wears another hat.....had the same judge as last week....impressive lady!

As I drove.....




Toyota Uses Deceptive Legal Tactics to Defend Lawsuits

Toyota Uses Deceptive Legal Tactics to Defend Lawsuits

akio-toyoda_100230079_s.jpgToyota routinely deceives the court and opposing counsel when it has been sued in connection with sudden acceleration and other defect cases, according to a detailed investigation by the Associated Press that was released yesterday.

Toyota has withheld requested documents, hidden test results, and refused to release data that is stored electronically in its vehicles.

"Toyota has no peer" in disclosing this required information, according to Texas attorney Ernest Cannon, who represented the family of a 35 year old woman, Lisa Evans, who died in the Houston suburb of Sugar Land in 2002.

Another Texas woman was killed when her Land Cruiser suddenly went into reverse and pinned her against her garage wall. However, Toyota claimed in court documents that it knew of no other such incidents, when it had recently settled a nearly identical case.

Toyota also withheld documents in a Colorado products liability lawsuit filed by the father of a young child killed in a 4Runner rollover crash regarding inernal roof strength test despite a federal judge's order. Toyota won the case. A new lawsuit has accused Toyota of fraud in connection with that verdict.

Also, Toyota knew about sudden accceleration problems in April of 2009, a long time before it finally got around to a recall, according to some 70,000 pages of records just released. James Lentz, its president, has claimed that he did not know about any problems with accceleration until January.

However, Toyota's own documents show that the engineering department was aware of the problem as early as April 2009.

I believe that it is horrible when these multi billion dollar corporations put profits over everything else, including our safety. Toyota has an ethical duty to design and manufacture safe vehicles, and it it fails to do so, to acknowledge that it made a mistake and compensate injured persons, not compound their misery by hiding the truth.
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Personal Statement of Toyota Whistleblower

Toyota Whistleblower

We made a simple decision to purchase a new vehicle and found ourselves enmeshed in Toyota's public deception, pretending their problems were solved, pretending they were responsive.

From: Reports Of More Toyota Sudden Acceleration Issues Punches Holes In Floor Mat Theory

The story below is one of true heroism, a person who placed the safety of others first.

Personal Statement of Toyota Whistleblower

Electronics-related causes of unintended acceleration (UA)
Betsy Bejaminson – March 14, 2013

Personal statement of Toyota whistleblower Betsy Benjaminson: I am a professional translator. I have been translating from Japanese to English professionally since I lived and studied in Japan in the 1970s.

My decades of experience in this profession have earned me many important freelance translating assignments. In 2010 I started a freelance job editing about 1,500 internal documents from Toyota about unintended acceleration (UA).

Betsy Benjaminson

Finding the cover-up

Living on a remote farm in Israel, I had not heard of Toyota's unintended acceleration (UA) problem, although it was common knowledge in the U.S. I therefore had no preconceptions that might have influenced my judgment while reading these documents. The documents spoke for themselves. I soon noticed that something was very wrong. I gradually came to understand that the documents contained many contradictory versions of reality.

First and most shocking were the reports horrified drivers wrote about their runaway cars. Second were startling emails Toyota’s engineers had sent each other. They were searching for UA’s root causes, but they could not seem to find them.

They sometimes admitted it was the electronic parts, the engine computer, the software, or interference by radio waves. Meanwhile, efforts were made to find floor mats that would trap gas pedals and conveniently explain UA. The R&D chief admitted that incompletely developed cars had gone into production and that quality control of parts was poor or non-existent.

Third, I read many descriptions by executives and managers of how they had hoodwinked regulators, courts, and even Congress, by withholding, omitting, or misstating facts.

Last, and most damning, I found Toyota’s press releases to be bland reassurances obviously meant to help maintain public belief in the safety of Toyota’s cars—despite providing no evidence to support those reassurances. I saw a huge gap between the hard facts known by engineers and executives and the make-believe produced for public consumption by Toyota’s PR department.

The Crown Prince and the people

A moment of truth came when I was shocked at the contrast between the intense determination of Toyota’s electronics engineers to find and fix the cause of a speed control problem in the car of Japan’s Crown Prince Naruhito – and how the company stonewalled government investigators and ordinary American families whose loved ones had been injured or killed when their cars hit a tree, launched off a cliff, or landed in a river.

Compelling evidence

I am neither an electronics nor automotive engineering expert. I therefore had to educate myself until I was confident that my conclusions were correct. The more I learned, the better I understood how complex the evidence was and how challenging for me to master it, but when combined with other sources of information, the evidence was absolutely compelling. I became convinced that ordinary people were certainly at risk, cars on the road were dangerous, and that inside the company, they seemed to know it, but not to care.

Telling the truth

The truth must get out, I thought. Indifference was impossible. I could not hold it in and allow more people to die or be injured. I first consulted my Jerusalem rabbi, who is also a respected economist and business ethics expert.

His wise advice: I could speak out to prevent future damage. Afterwards, I approached Tel Aviv’s Heskia – Hacmun Law Firm. The partners, Amos Hacmun and Dor Heskia, provided valuable advice and genuine, steadfast support during this extremely difficult journey.

I began seeking outlets for the truth for the sake of furthering public safety and saving lives.

Eventually, media coverage alerted some in Congress to the unsolved, ongoing problem. One TV news report revealed a document that Toyota did not give to Congress but that absolutely should have been turned over.

The Senate Judiciary Committee investigates

When this fact became public, Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa wanted to know whether the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) had allowed Toyota off the hook by accepting the results of a too-narrow NASA study of car electronics. Through the Senator’s whistleblower program, I gave hundreds of documents to his Judiciary Committee staffers. I sorted the documents to show that many electronics issues related to UA were known inside Toyota but not even touched upon by NHTSA and NASA in their studies of Toyota electronics and UA.

I also organized the documents to show that it seemed the executives were misrepresenting facts in their sworn testimony before three Congressional committees. Senator Grassley was thus concerned about whether NHTSA had done a proper job, especially with the NASA study it had commissioned, and sent a public letter of inquiry to NHTSA administrator David Strickland. NHTSA’s response to Senator Grassley was cleverly worded and noncommittal.

Then the staffers invited me to explain the documents and permitted me to bring experts to do so. I invited four experts. We all flew in as volunteers from our far flung homes and participated in eight hours of meetings. Following these meetings, the investigation was suspended awaiting more evidence or developments.

Mother Nature doesn’t lie: Working with scientists and engineers

More scientific and engineering evidence was needed. I contacted UA vehicle owners who had complained and helped them give failed vehicles and parts to independent forensic engineers. There were two stunning successes.

In one, a runaway Camry gas pedal was found to have a short circuit just like the one found by the NASA study team, corroborating evidence previously dismissed by NASA. In another, an engineer inspected a UA Prius and found a serious manufacturing defect in the Prius steering column assembly. He later made a defect petition to NHTSA that got nationwide news coverage. Hopefully, a full technical investigation of this potentially dangerous defect will soon be launched.

Scientists and engineers are frustrated when technical information is kept secret. I occasionally acted as a kind of switchboard operator among them to facilitate exchanges and reviews of their UA related findings. Work is ongoing in various labs, and more findings will be forthcoming.

Going public, come hell or high water

Toyota settled a UA class action lawsuit for $1.3 billion in December, 2012. The settlement kept all discovered technical facts secret by court order. The public’s curiosity was aroused…what were the secrets? The publishers of Corporate Counsel magazine decided to find out. They conducted an in-depth investigation and had experts analyze the documents. After more than two years in anonymity, in this report I stepped boldly into public view as a means of catalyzing more action. The article was published in March of 2013. I hope this and everything else I’ve done will alert the public and will save lives.

Solving the problem

We must fix the ultimate root cause of UA and other dangerous vehicle behavior, not only in Toyota but in the entire auto industry. Today’s cars are controlled by complex electronics that must work perfectly to keep people safe. UA and other tragedies can happen because there have been no public standards for safety-critical parts and systems. That needs to change, and concerned citizens can lead the industry and government to effect that change, just as they did with seat belts and air bags.

A new ISO safety standard for road vehicles was published recently. It requires rigorous engineering of safety-critical car systems such as throttle, brakes, or steering. Third-party safety certification is part of it. Compliance is still difficult for automakers like Toyota.

I want this standard fully implemented to keep people safer. To help push the U.S. government and auto industry to fully adopt the standard, I have founded a new advocacy group, Citizens for Auto Electronics Safety. Its mission will be to gather stories, facts, and scientific evidence about vehicle electronics malfunctions, then to encourage government and industry to use the standard to boost safety. Please visit the Facebook page of the Citizens for Auto Electronics Safety for more information.

Original statement on Betsy Benjaminson's Facebook page

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Betsy Spills Toyota’s Beans

The courage of Betsy Benjaminson helped bring TOYOTA's reprehensible conduct to public attention:

Betsy Spills Toyota’s Beans

To steal a line from Bogie: “Of all the publications in all the websites in all the world, she walks into Corporate Counsel.” She – being Betsy Benjaminson, a freelance translator from Israel who was tasked with translating from Japanese into English documents regarding Toyota Unintended Acceleration. Corporate Counsel — being the self-described “leading digital destination for in-house counsel to find breaking news and practical information.” And this bit of breaking news? When you lie to the world about an automotive electronics problem that has the potential to result in fatal crashes, don’t expect every underling to keep your secrets.

The story, entitled Is Toyota Telling the Truth About Sudden Acceleration? (Spoiler alert: the answer is: No.) is a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at a company in disarray with a technically challenging problem that its technicians weren’t looking too hard to solve, while its legal and public relations gears clicked into place to drive the denial machine forward.

Our favorite:

“Hagiwara and Chris Tinto, a V.P. for technical and regulatory affairs and safety, had been talking about the U.S. investigation and an earlier one in Europe that also involved unintended acceleration (UA).
‘Tinto is extremely pessimistic,’ Hagiwara wrote, ‘and is saying (public hearings, someone will go to jail, I can’t completely take care of the pedal problem, etc.).’ Tinto’s primary concerns (according to Hagiwara): ‘For NHTSA, we said that our investigations in Europe found that the pedal return is a little slow at a slightly open position, and that there were no accidents, but this is not true. Last year’s situation in Europe (many reports of sticking pedals and accidents, and a TI TS9-161 was filed on October 1, 2009) was not reported to NHTSA.’ That failure, Tinto said, ‘may be a violation of the TREAD Act’—the federal law that requires car manufacturers that conduct recalls in foreign countries to report these to U.S. regulators.”
Benjaminson was apparently so disturbed by the unvarnished emails she was translating, cast against Toyota’s public assurances, she leaked them. According to this story, some of the NASA scientists who worked on the February 2011 report that DOT Secretary Ray LaHood proclaimed an exoneration of Toyota electronics were so disturbed by the way they were forced to “investigate,” they refused to sign the final product.

This story is well worth your time. It’s not likely to aid digestion for any in-house counsel reading it over his or her cornflakes, but for those of us who have been challenging the narrative put forth by the auto industry and its enablers – NHTSA’s Office of Defects Investigation – that unintended acceleration is always detected by the vehicle electronics, and that the absence of this evidence is ironclad proof that the problem was a driver or a floormat, it’s got the unmistakable ring of truth.

More on Toyota Unintended Acceleration

Monday, October 28, 2013

Former Toyota Lawyer: Automaker Hides Safety Problems

These 2 videos are worth watching.....

Former Toyota Lawyer: Automaker Hides Safety Problems

Uploaded on Feb 10, 2010

In an exclusive interview with ABC News, a former top lawyer for Toyota claims the automaker regularly hid evidence of safety defects from consumers and regulators, and fostered a culture of "hypocrisy and deceit."

"You have to understand that Toyota in Japan does not have any respect for our legal system," said Dimitrios Biller, who worked as managing counsel for Toyota's American operations from 2003 to 2007. "They did not have any respect for our laws."

Biller handled product liability suits while with the company. He claims that when Toyota received poor results in a vehicle rollover test, it ordered a new test in order to receive better results.

According to Biller, the company also made a practice of concealing proof of safety problems, and did not disclose information it was obligated to produce

Former Toyota counsel Dimitrios Biller joins Scott Drake on Speaking of Justice to discuss his explosive revelations on the alleged cover up of sudden acceleration issues on a wide range of Toyota vehicles. This is a no holds barred interview with the lawyer that worked for over 4 years inside Toyota and was, according to his own words in the interview, paid "hush money" to keep quiet about what he saw. This is an exclusive, original content interview with one of the most compelling whistleblowers of the decade and will be of interest to lawyers, journalists and others looking for more inside information on the Toyota lawsuits and allegations.

Former Toyota counsel Dimitrios Biller joins Scott Drake on Speaking of Justice to discuss his explosive revelations on the alleged cover up of sudden acceleration issues on a wide range of Toyota vehicles. This is a no holds barred interview with the lawyer that worked for over 4 years inside Toyota and was, according to his own words in the interview, paid "hush money" to keep quiet about what he saw. This is an exclusive, original content interview with one of the most compelling whistleblowers of the decade and will be of interest to lawyers, journalists and others looking for more inside information on the Toyota lawsuits and allegations.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Toyota was aware of the issue but hid it from the public.

Each of these cases represents people who were injured, lives destroyed, people killed because of TOYOTA.

Oklahoma Jury Finds Toyota Liable For Sudden Acceleration Fault; Awards $3M In Damages

on October 25 2013

An accident picture provided by the lawyers representing the family of Guadalupe Alberto, of the wreckage of a 2005 Toyota Camry following an April 19, 2008 crash in Flint, Mich., which killed Guadalupe Alberto. The crash was the focus of one of many lawsuits against Toyota over the safety of its vehicles. Reuters/Alberto family/Handout

In a landmark decision of sorts, an Oklahoma City jury found that electronic defects in a Toyota Camry led to its sudden acceleration and eventual crash in 2007, and awarded $1.5 million in damages each to the injured driver and the family of the deceased passenger.

The verdict was handed down late on Thursday and marks the first time that a jury was convinced by arguments that malfunctioning electronics caused a Toyota vehicle to speed up without the driver’s involvement, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Jean Bookout, 82, was driving the 2005 Camry when it sped through an intersection and crashed into an embankment, injuring her and killing Barbara Schwarz, 70, in September 2007 in Eufaula, Okla., according to reports.

The jury awarded $1.5 million in monetary damages each to Bookout and Schwarz’s family. It also decided that the automaker acted with “reckless disregard” for the rights of others, setting the stage for the next phase of the trial -- to determine punitive damages -- scheduled to begin Friday, according to the Associated Press.

A spokesman for Toyota (NYSE:TM) confirmed the verdict but declined to comment during an ongoing case, according to the LATimes, and attorneys for the plaintiffs also declined comment.

In court, lawyers for Bookout and Schwarz’s family had argued that the vehicle accelerated unexpectedly because of a defect in the car’s electronic throttle-control system, AP reported, adding that Bookout’s lawyer, Cole Portis, said that Toyota was aware of the issue but hid it from the public.


“We believe Toyota’s conduct from the time the electronic throttle-control system was developed has been shameful,” Portis told jurors. “It’s a big deal, because if it doesn’t work right, people get killed.”

Toyota, which has successfully defended itself in court in three prior trials, has denied the allegations, the LATimes reported.

However, the automaker also agreed, in 2012, to a settlement worth more than $1 billion to resolve hundreds of lawsuits following the company’s recall of millions of vehicles because of sudden acceleration problems, AP reported, adding that the settlement did not include those suing over wrongful death and injury.

Jury hits Toyota with $3-million verdict in sudden acceleration death case

Toyota lost a $3-million judgment in an Oklahoma sudden acceleration lawsuit. (Uli Deck / European Pressphoto Agency)

October 24, 2013, 5:08 p.m.
An Oklahoma City jury has found that electronic defects in a Toyota Motor Corp. vehicle caused it to accelerate out of control and crash into a wall, killing a passenger and seriously injuring the driver.

The verdict, handed down late Thursday, requires Toyota to pay a total of $3 million in compensatory damages to Jean Bookout and the family of the deceased passenger, Barbara Schwarz. They were the sole occupants of a 2005 Camry that crashed in Eufaula, Okla., in September 2007.

The jury will award punitive damages in the case as well, based on its finding that Toyota's actions were in "reckless disregard" of others. Deliberations on the second set of damages will begin on Friday.

A Toyota spokesman confirmed the verdict but said the company could not comment while the case is ongoing. Attorneys for the plaintiffs also declined to comment.

The decision marks the first time a jury was convinced by arguments that faulty electronics -- in this case those involving the Camry's electronic throttle system -- could cause a Toyota vehicle to accelerate uncommanded.

The automaker has vigorously denied such allegations and has successfully defended itself in court in three prior trials.

Earlier this month, it was cleared of responsibility in a Los Angeles court case involving an Uplands, Calif., woman who died when her Camry accelerated to more than 100 miles per hour before crashing.

But plaintiff attorneys in the Oklahoma case claimed that Toyota had long been aware of problems in the electronic throttle system in Camrys and did not move to correct them. As a result, they argued, Bookout, then 76 years old, could not prevent her sedan from accelerating through an intersection and crashing into an embankment.

The Times first reported on the Bookout accident in 2009 as part of its coverage of the Toyota sudden acceleration issue.

“This certainly changes the momentum,” said Carl Tobias, a product liability expert and law professor at the University of Richmond.

The ruling “has to be a real concern for Toyota,” Tobias said. “They have maintained all along that there wasn’t a problem.”

The ruling also is noteworthy because it comes from a jury in Oklahoma, a state not known as particularly friendly to plaintiffs in such lawsuits, he said.

Tobias said it will take about a dozen rulings before a trend emerges and Toyota is ready to enter into serious settlement negotiations with other plaintiffs filing similar lawsuits.

Nonetheless, with the punitive damages ruling still to come down in the Oklahoma case, “this isn’t good news for Toyota,” he said.

Toyota still faces hundreds of other sudden acceleration lawsuits, many of which will probably make similar arguments. The next trial, involving a Georgia woman who accelerated into a schoolyard, is set to begin in federal court in Santa Ana next month.

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Will Toyota U.S.A. Notice????

LEMON LADY didn't go to Law School because it wasn't her interest.......

There's still giggling going on about MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. not filing a LEGAL THINGEY - a MOTION when that was what MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. traveled from Albany to accomplish.

The LEMON LADY's Attorney pointed out that MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. didn't file a MOTION for the VOLUMINOUS WITNESS PROTECTION MOTION [42 PAGES]  either.

 MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. agreed to travel to Massachusetts AGAIN on Wednesday, October 30TH.... isn't that to correct his error?

Wonder if MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. will wait until the last minute and send it OVERNIGHT......

Nope! MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. surprised everyone by submitting his MOTION on FRIDAY!

Will MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. again present the court with a STACK OF PAPERS?

NOPE! Only a shocking 4 pages this time!

Or will the King of Conflict have a sudden....CONFLICT?

MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. has opted to have MR. ROUTE 44 TOYOTA defend the MOTION that MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. failed to file!

[An attorney pointed out to me that MR TOYOTA U.S.A. wouldn't get paid for his time....especially MR. TOYOTA U.S.A.'s lengthy travel time from ALBANY....because it was MR. TOYOTA U.S.A.'s screw-up.]

That's the problem with having a CASH COW that didn't go to COURT to hear a JUDGE question if MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. was licensed to practice in Massachusetts. [Morrison & Mahoney had an attorney who wasn't licensed in Massachusetts at the time, filed with the wrong court using the wrong form because of inadequate supervision.] 

Watching a clearly SEXIST performance, even more interesting was a female judge commenting the she was certain if MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. wasn't licensed to practice in Massachusetts, LEMON LADY'S ATTORNEY would have raised the issue!

This condescending attitude will go over well with a jury!

Let's remember this is solely about a LEMON TOYOTA with NO BRAKES!

When Big Corporation like TOYOTA U.S.A. lament the high cost of litigation because of their defective vehicles, remember....THEY CAUSED IT!

Thursday, October 24, 2013


Research indicates that 3,900 people per hour see signs on vehicles.

Folks are telling me this is 'eye-catching.' What do you think?

Should I order signs? I'm checking the internet for a LEMON for the top of the truck.

What do you think?

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

2005 ES 330 Lexus crash

Can you even imagine the terror.....a runaway TOYOTA?

Can you imagine a lifetime of pain because of TOYOTA'S FAILURE?

Below is a description of the personal pain and cost caused by TOYOTA......

[Please remember that in 2002, TOYOTA sent notices to their dealerships. TOYOTA knew.]

I will have some pictures taken and then I will post them. I was sitting at the red light and my car decided to take off by itself. Speed got to a point that I was not able to even hold on to the wheel any longer and I was just screaming thinking that I was going to kill a lot of people. I had nightmares for years thinking that I could have killed lot of people. I believe the speed reached over 100 miles. The brake was flat and so was the accelerator, but I could hear the engine going like crazy. I eventually end up going on the other side of the street and hit a big SUV head on and totaled both cars. 

Fortunately nothing major happened to the other driver, but she end up suing my insurance company. The dashboard on my ES 330 Lexus trapped my leg and crushed my legs. Airbag exploded and cause major bruises on my chest and was not able to breath for few seconds. I asked friends to have my car checked because there was no brake. Lexus dealership said that there was nothing wrong with my car. This happened in 2005 and I found out about it 2010 when I was watching a program on CNBC regarding the history of Toyota and saw the accident of a police officer and his family in San Diego who were killed going 120 miles an hour. Toyota settled that case for $10,000,000.00. I have had 24 surgeries on both legs and will have at least three more in future. The only thing I can do is very little walking with lots of pain and inflammations. As the result of the accident I lost one inch and a half of my height. I have spoken to Sean Kane and thanked him for the work that he has been doing, he is with the SAFETY RESEARCH AND STRATEGIST. I am currently in a lawsuit in California State court.

Ssshhhh! Don't say anything! They're watching!

The disrespect shown by the TARDINESS of TOYOTA U.S.A. and ROUTE 44 TOYOTA counsels was posted, and they amended their disrespectful conduct!

It was noticeable that Mr. Toyota U.S.A. has had a haircut - not well done, but an improvement! [As someone who has a 'hair' issue wherein 'every day is a bad hair day,' yup! I noticed!]  

Kinda like.....

Dear Toyota U.S.A.: More Temper Tantrums & Bullying & Sexism #4

Today's Court Event was in front of a female judge.....maybe Mr. Toyota U.S.A. doesn't experience much of that in Albany......

Mr. Toyota U.S.A., who previously kept addressing the LEMON LADY's Attorney by her first name and kept referring to the LEMON LADY's deposition as 'Ms. LEMON LADY'S ATTORNEY,'  referred to the LEMON LADY'S ATTORNEY in court as



Where do they get these CLOWNS  HIGHLY SKILLED ATTORNEYS from? gets better.....

MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. filed a LEGAL THINGEY.....a Notice and Affirmation or something.......failed to include a MOTION for the judge to rule on.

Then he argued with the judge that it was adequate [guess MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. believes all females are stupid, including a FEMALE JUDGE! ].....

Mr. Toyota U.S.A. screwed up so badly, the judge asked if he was licensed to practice in Massachusetts!  [This is the downside of reciprocity!]  

LEMON LADY'S ATTORNEY has taken MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. aside prior to court, pointed it out.....and MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. disagreed!

LEMON LADY'S ATTORNEY offered an opportunity to withdraw and re-file, not to appear as a dunce.....

MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. refused........

The LEMON LADY noticed that MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. looked refreshed and unwrinkled in court.

MR. TOYOTA U.S.A.'s appearance led to the idle speculation that the recent punctual appearance was made possible by overnight stays at the wonderful accomodations in Plymouth where TOYOTA U.S.A. is hopefully contributing to the local economy.

Even more interesting was late last evening, MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. generated ANOTHER stack of paperwork for a LEGAL THINGEY......

MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. emailed the legal thingey and sent it OVERNIGHT!

The Court had NOT received it, was unable to address/discuss it!

The judge did admonish MR. TOYOTA U.S.A. to settle the matter.....stop wasting the court's time and filing MOTIONS.......

The LEMON LADY'S ATTORNEY offered several options.....

we all know that's not TOYOTA'S way....even when they've killed people.....besides....they have insurance policies......

What's notable is that my facebook page now has + 1,0000 'likes,' a few folks have shared their experiences and hopefully more will do so......

Recently, someone posted this on the facebook page of ROUTE 44 TOYOTA:

Too much negative publicity for me to purchase here.

Stayed tuned!

More to come!