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FORMER IBN CEO PROVIDES AFFIDAVIT THAT ROB BRAZELL MADE inaccurate OR FALSE STATEMENTS IN COUNTER-CLAIM LAWSUIT

Rob Wolf, the former CEO of In-Store Broadcasting Network has provided the plaintiffs in the Fraud Lawsuit against Robert Brazell, former US Senator Robert Kasten, Von H. Whitby and others, with a formal affidavit stating that Rob Brazell's claims were not accurate, or simply false because they did not happen.

 

Rob Brazell made multiple allegations to try and substantiate his counter claim in the Utah Fraud Lawsuit. Contrary to Rob Brazell's counterclaim, the former President of IBN stated that each and every allegation by Rob Brazell was not accurate.

 

Some of the specifics of the Affidavit are:

 

Rob Brazell claimed that during conversations between Rob Wolf and the Plaintiffs and their attorney, that they intended to engage in activity to damage or destroy Rob Brazell financially, including his name, reputation, and character. Mr. Wolf replied that those claims "are not accurate."

 

Rob Brazell also claimed that the Plaintiffs threatened to do harm to Von Whitby (a Defendant in the Fraud Lawsuit) and/or their business interests. Mr. Wolf replied, "to the contrary, they have stated repeatedly that their goal was to discuss resolution…any allegations to the contrary are not accurate."

 

Mr. Wolf also denied Rob Brazell's accusations that the Plaintiffs tried to recruit him to be the CEO of In-Touch.

 

Rob Brazell further claimed that Mr. Wolf had said that the Plaintiff's actions in this lawsuit would destroy his investment. Mr. Wolf went on record that he "did not tell Robert V. Brazell that the efforts of the Plaintiffs in this lawsuit would destroy my investment in IBN."

 

Rob Brazell claimed that Mr. Wolf had recorded conversations with the Plaintiffs. Mr. Wolf stated, "I did not tell Robert Brazell that I recorded the conversations I had with (the Plaintiffs) because I did not record them. Any allegations to the contrary…are not accurate."

 

Mr. Wolf concluded his Affidavit with the following statement, "Throughout the course of my conversations…, I have not heard anyone suggest, request, or otherwise propose that anything be done with the intent to unlawfully harm or damage anyone involved in the Lawsuit..."

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