who was shot to death by officers in Atlanta.
Hutchins’ attorneys on Wednesday dropped Dozier, who died in December, from the complaint in Fulton County Superior Court, choosing instead to focus on the lawyers who represented her, her family and Johnston’s estate.
“Those lawyers and their law firms caused Ms.Dozier, the Johnston family and me to be placed in this most unfortunate quandary,” Hutchins said in his statement.
The amendment to the lawsuit keeps Johnston’s estate and the law firm of Cochran, Cherry, Givens, Smith & Sistrunk, P.C., as a defendant, and added the firm’s partner Hezekiah Sistrunk, as well as Shean Williams, William T. Mitchell and his firm, Cruser & Mitchell, LLP, Nicholas Moraitakis and his firm, Moraitakis & Kushel, Roger A. Kirschenbaum and his firm, Mistrodda Green-Leverett, and James Green.
“Her sons want absolutely nothing to do with this lawsuit,” Hill said, claiming that they believe the stress from the continued litigation contributed to [Dozier's] failing health and eventual demise.
Dozier's sons are absolutely correct. Without a doubt, Hutchins' lawsuit kept Dozier continually meeting with her racketeering lawyers at The Cochran Firm, and likely eating and/or drinking whatever they gave her during the meetings. Too bad. It must be a relief to Hezekiah Sistrunk if Dozier's sons do not pursue a malpractice lawsuit against him for advising Dozier to defraud the court and ignore Hutchin's invoice. Perhaps Dozier's sons have learned about the numerous lawsuits against The Cochran Firm, most of which do not go well for plaintiffs because The Cochran Firm lawyers are protected by the injustice system. Johnston's nephews should, however, immediately hire other attorneys to handle their mom's estate before they suffer greater misfortune. Condolences on the loss of their aunt and mother. I do not know how Ms. Dozier died, but I received an email about directed energy weapons last week immediately after publishing an article about the RICO Act lawsuit against The Cochran Firm filed by Randy McMurray, Esq.: "MORE Cochran Firm Fraud." It is the next article in this FreeSpeakBlog at this link:
Randy McMurray, the attorney speaking for the firm to rebut Shawn Chapman-Holley's testimony on the NPR interview, is now suing The Cochran Firm, himself, alleging racketeering, fraud, and other offenses. Hezekiah Sistrunk, manager of the Atlanta office of The Cochran Firm, did not become a partner at the firm's national office until after dodging my family's lawsuit by claiming the firm he managed was not a part of The Cochran Firm or any of its law offices and obtaining a key appointment over the Johnson & Johnson Depuy implant litigation. Defenseless elders must depend on the fraud to represent them.
Dozier's funeral announcement
The world was shocked and saddened about Kathryn Johnston's home invasion and murder by Atlanta police officers on November 21, 2006. My family was outraged when the law firm that had just been ruled "nonexistent in the state of Georgia" by Superior Court Judge Wendy Shoob (May 2006) contracted to represent Johnston's survivors. The photo above is from this NY Times article about Johnston's murder. Her death, like the murder of my disabled brother, was followed by an elaborate cover-up. But the cover-up didn't work IN EITHER CASE:
"Anger Spills Over in Atlanta at Killing of Aged Woman"