posted on Jun, 4 2020 @ 09:46 PM
It's been many... many years since I was involved with legal documents, mainly for business. What I do remember is this, if you made spelling errors
regarding corporations, Directors names, etc. it could cause legal ramifications.
So in this light, I was wondering what / or if there are any ramifications regarding George Flyod's case? Well, it looks like there was a spelling
error of his last name twice, based off this
His last name is Llyod in the middle of the page 2.
Now, in what I assume is the "official"
, it's been corrected... but
only once. There is still a mention of Mr Llyod in page 3.
So what does this mean? The second link is the official link from the Minnesota Judicial Branch. If they can't get spelling right, seemingly fixed
one but not the other, would there be a case for a lawyer to argue something here?