Courthouse Corruption and Revenge Gone Bad

LIBERTY,  January 30, 2018 –  A recent FEEDBACK REPLY taken from the states…

Reaud, Morgan & Quinn seeks investigation into libel claim 12/9/2010 By David Yates. Mark Beausoleil, local Liberty Attorney

The Beaumont law firm Reaud, Morgan & Quinn has filed a petition to investigate a potential lawsuit, believing two Liberty County residents may have conspired to commit fraud against the firm. Alleging Mark Beausoleil and Lisa Fregia may have knowledge about libelous statements made about the firm in 2010, managing partner Glen Morgan filed the petition Dec. 7 in Jefferson County District Court. In the petition, RMQ states it anticipates the pending lawsuit will include allegations of fraud, conspiracy and libel. "Mr. Beausoleil and Ms. Fregia may have knowledge about libelous statements made about petitioner during calendar year 2010," the petition states. "They may have knowledge regarding fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud against petitioner." The petition fails to state what alleged libelous statement or action prompted the firm to take action. Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District Court, has been assigned to the case. 

Why would someone want to bring back all this conspiracy and corruption to the Liberty County Courthouse?

This is a tale of conspiracy and revenge gone wrong concerning Mark Beausoleil and his wife Liz, the county Judge’s secretary at the time Lisa Fregia and County Judge Phil Fitzgerald.

It involves the creating and faxing of anonymous letters with the intent to damage 253rd District Judge Chap Cain in his re-election campaign all because of bad blood over a large wrongful death suit brought by a woman whose husband was killed in a plant explosion.

The faxed letter claimed that Chap Cain had accepted a campaign contribution in excess of the maximum allowed by law and that the contribution was made by attorneys Reaud, Morgan & Quinn.

Beausoleil in his deposition in this case takes the Fifth Amendment 29 times to avoid self-incrimination.

This story is best told in the words of the trained investigators who investigated this case and all the information for this report was obtained through open records request.

Mark Beausoleil is currently running against Chap Cain to be our next 253rd District Judge.

Summary of Case... more  
Incident 12-0669... more  

Lisa Fregia Deposition Part 1... more

Lisa Fregia Deposition Part 2... more  

Lisa Fregia Deposition Part 3... more

Lisa Fregia Deposition Part 4... more  
Dianne Hartfield Interview... more  
Michele Merendino Interview... more  
Mark Beausoleil Deposition... more  
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