Stephen G Olita sues District Judge Jon P McCalla for bowing to the Carrier, who owes him $32 million

Stephen G. Olita President ECIMOS, LLC

Live production image of ECIMOS A/C Rapid Test System used since 1994 and stolen by HVAC/R industry leader Carrier Global

Service Provider Global Shareholder Offer image ECIMOS A/C Test System displayed “live” in Production

ECIMOS v Carrier Global portrait of Judge Jon P McCalla in cape

Judge Jon P McCalla

The conduct three years after Judge McCalla’s sentencing was disturbing, and his Circuit Court bosses ordered a six-month administrative leave for counseling to no avail.

Carrier Global is just the tip of the iceberg of alleged HVAC/R industry IP theft. Johnson Controls, Lennox Industries International, Rheem Manufacturing and others in the tagged cases will follow. ”

– Stephen G. Olita, President of ECIMOS, LLC.

ORLANDO, FL, USA, December 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – ECIMOS, LLC, President Stephen G. Olita announced that he has personally sued Tennessee District Judge Jon P. McCalla and cited civil rights violations in his $32 million claim.

In 2015, Olita’s company sued Carrier Global, headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, for copyright infringement and improper use of ECIMOS 27 million line Air Conditioner test software code, and improperly reused 20,000 square feet of area produced by his company. of the assembly-hardware system used by Carrier in their Collierville, TN A/C assembly plant beginning in 1992. Later on July 6, 2018 in Judge McCalla’s court, jurors The union ruled in ECIMOS’ favor, awarding it $7.5 million. On August 21, 2020, a guilty verdict was affirmed by the 6th Circuit Court in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Olita asserts in her December 8, 2021 lawsuit that Judge McCalla’s three-year-old conduct of concern came from anyone, much less than a federal official entrusted with the job. enforce the laws of the United States.

Citizenship accused of denying Mr. Olita by Judge McCalla

• First Amendment – Freedom of Speech

Mr. Olita’s right to free speech was shortened when he was ordered to be protected following the silent sentencing of Judge McCalla.

• Additional Provisions – 5th Amendment “Private property shall not be used for public purposes, not for compensation only.”

Judge McCalla seized Mr. Olita’s property and made it available to Carrier for its benefit and the financial benefit of his court, with no penalty but restitution to Mr. Olita.

• 7th Amendment – Prevents courts from overturning the jury’s conclusions about facts:

Judge McCalla overturned the jury’s factual findings, its guilty verdict and its affirmative 2.2% profit assessment and ruled that zero was what Carrier would forever owe Olita to continued the theft of his property.

Olita will call Heather Bierbrodt, of Arlington, TN, 2018 grand jury to provide testimony against Judge McCalla because he overturned her findings and to warn prospective jurors required served at his court. She is the Operations Manager for Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare in Germantown, TN.

Carrier Global, the world’s largest air conditioner manufacturer, is being represented by Kirkland and Ellis, the world’s largest law firm.

Mr. Olita’s filing proofs, 110 months of loss of profits, and so forth, are attributed to Mr. Olita’s Title 17 — Copyright United States Code § 504b. It also makes clear that Carrier’s post-judgment conduct demonstrated that it was 100% dependent on the assets of Olita and therefore all of the $1.6 billion in profits of the Collierville, Tennessee plant during Those 110 months must be paid to ECIMOS and not only after the 2.2% trial and affirmation, remaining a debt of $32 million.

The 38-page complaint was filed in the Western District of Tennessee and has been assigned Case ID 2: 21-CV-02763-JTF-tmp which includes the associated ECIMOS, LLC and Vendor Case citation notation service 2: 15-CV-02726-JPM-cgc.

In his next article JUDGE MCCALLA HAS VEGETABLE DRUGS Article titled MCCALLA PUT ON LEAVE dateline August 29, 2001 John Branston with the publication Memphis Flyer wrote: The Memphis Flyer became aware that a special investigative committee of the Judiciary Panel of the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, after Wednesday’s closed-door meeting with the United States. District Judge Jon McCalla placed Judge McCalla on administrative leave of six months, during which time he will receive “conduct counseling” for “improper and imprudent conduct” toward attorneys who appeared in front of him. grandfather.

Mr. Olita alleges that similar brutality was quietly perpetrated against him as a former litigator before Judge McCalla’s court but in this case not with words but with verbal orders. The lie is still no less revealing the confused thinking of a judicial official.

Mr. Olita in his complaint tried to sum up the past 3 years of dealing with Judge McCalla’s troubling behavior by making an analogy that is absurd on its face and cannot be punished. unless witnessed.

Judge McCalla’s post-trial ruling was tantamount to not immediately arresting but releasing the convicted criminal to the public, then forcing his victim to assist with rehabilitation by continuing to allow allowing him to use his stolen property and serve as a parole officer, advocating. Then force the rich criminal to pay the Court $500,000 for clemency.


For more information on the ECIMOS, LLC vs. Carrier Global case and to review the PROVIDED CLAIM against Judge Jon P. McCalla, please visit www.truthaboutcarrier.com

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