Without regard to evidence, common sense, or the gross injustice inflicted upon hundreds of thousands of US citizens scammed by a company that exists to run a single simple scam, federal judge Anthony J. Battaglia has dismissed a class action lawsuit against a family of international pickpockets whose only real business is in San Diego. The Galicot brothers Gregorio and Rafael run the worldwide payphone scam business BBG Communications, also known by up to one hundred fictitious names, most nefariously the Swiss sham and shell they call BBG Global AG.
I was one of the plaintiffs for this lawsuit. The implications of Judge Battaglia's ruling are immense. The message Battaglia sends is that an attorney can make grand larceny safe as well as profitable for his clients just by filling in all of the boxes correctly. Battaglia signals that justice and common sense have no place in consumer law. I know the evidence in this case extremely well. It shows beyond question that the Swiss corporation BBG Global AG is a total fraud designed to protect the Galicots from being brought to justice in the only place they can be brought to justice the United States.
When evidence rests entirely the plaintiffs but a ruling is handed entirely to the defense, something is very, very wrong. BBG Global is a shadow of a shadow of a shadow. It is a scam matched only by the BBG payphone scam itself. Battaglia wanted no part of the mountain of evidence that shows that the worldwide business known as BBG is simply the misdoings of the Galicot family that lives in La Jolla and works in San Diego.
Instead, his January 10, 2011 ruling took every word of Gregorio Galicots, quite possibly the worlds most successful con artist, at face value. Because Galicot says his businesses BBG Communications in San Diego and BBG Global in Switzerland are independent businesses, then they are independent businesses, or so says Battaglia. Reader, please Google bbg communications and fraud. Has a judge ever treated American consumers with greater disdain?