Saturday, September 5, 2009

Advocates for abuse victims threatened with lawsuit by owners of Foreside Estates

Ignatius Group_____

For immediate release:
Monday, July 20, 2009

On Saturday, a Cumberland County Deputy Sheriff served a cease and desist letter to Paul Kendrick at his Freeport home.

The owners of Foresides Estates in Falmouth, Maine want Kendrick, Michael Sweatt and other advocates to stop warning residents that, Father John Audibert, an admitted priest child abuser is living in Foreside Estates.

According to the attorney's letter, advocates will be sued for the cost of apartment rentals should residents move away because of Kendrick's and Sweatt's actions.

"Please be advised that to the extent Foreside Estates or any other property managed by Princeton suffers any business loss as a result of your past or future conduct regarding this matter that it is our intent to pursue you individually and anyone else associated with this unreasonable conduct to the fullest extent allowable under the law.

"Your irresponsible conduct threatens our business operations and will not be tolerated and we will be undeterred in undertaking all legal actions necessary to make ourselves whole."

July 17, 2009, Jeffrey M. Brown, Corporate Counsel, Princeton Properties

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