B&K law firm
Does not recognize 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97


The accountants create, record, and approve the accounting entanglement 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97.

Commissioner of Accounts Jesse B. Wilson III approved 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 behind these two items in the Estate accounting at bk467p192 on March 20, 1993:

"Int fm Harold O'Connell Trust ......................................... 816.00
  Debt fm Harold O’Connell Trust ..................................... 659.97"

And approved 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 behind this item in the Trust accounting at bk480p1768 on October 4, 1993:

"Payable to the Esate of Jean M. O'Connell ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... $ 1,475.97"

But the accountants don't recognize 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 or any accounting trail for these numbers when I try to correct it. There are many accounting entanglements in bk467p191 obstructing my sale of parcel 0094-01-0017 and covering the actual money trails.

B&K law firm

The Attorney Elizabeth Morrogh (bvmorrogh@bklawva.com) of the law firm of B&K prepared the summons. B&K does not recognize the accounting trails 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 or any accounting trail for these numbers. The following items 29 - 31 are from Summons dated September 4, 2012:

29. On August 8, 2000, an Eleventh Account for the Harold Trust was approved by the Commissioner of Accounts for the Circuit Court of Fairfax County and determined to be a final account.

30. Anthony repeatedly and unsuccessfully challenged the Commissioner's determination and requested, inter alia, that the Court and the Commissioner of Accounts investigate a debt of $659.97 that he alleged was owed to the Harold Trust by Mrs. O'Connell's estate. In these proceedings, the Commissioner stated, and the court agreed, that there was no evidence to support Anthony's claims that a debt existed and, if so, that it was an asset of the Harold Trust.

31. Anthony's repeated and unsuccessful challenges to the rulings of the Commissioner of Accounts and the Circuit Court in connection with the Eleventh Account, and his persistence in pursuing his unfounded claims to the present day, demonstrate that he is unable to administer the Harold Trust effectively and reliably.