This is the case Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic tried to use against me…. WHAT AN IDIOT!!!

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.

Elonis v. United States, 13-983 U.S. ___ (2015), is a case heard on December 1, 2014 by the United States Supreme Court on whether conviction of threatening another person over interstate lines (under 18 U.S.C. § 875©)  (SEE!!!  Has nothing to do with harassment.  KNOW THE LAW IF YOUR GOING TO USE IT.) requires proof of subjective intent to threaten, or whether it is enough to show that a “reasonable person” would regard the statement as threatening.[1] In controversy is the fact the purported threats consist of violent rap lyrics written by Anthony Douglas Elonis and posted to Facebook under a pseudonym.[2] The ACLU filed an amicus brief in support of the petitioner.[1] This is the first time the Court has heard a case considering true threats and the limits of speech on social media.[3]

Anthony Elonis was convicted on four counts of threats to local law enforcement, his estranged wife, an FBI agent, and a kindergarten class, relayed through interstate communication. He was sentenced to 44 months in prison.
Elonis’ conviction was based off multiple public Facebook posts he wrote, including the following about his wife: “If I only knew then what I know now… I would have smothered your ass with a pillow. Dumped your body in the back seat. Dropped you off in Toad Creek and made it look like a rape and murder.”
Additionally, he wrote the following, based off a comedy sketch by The Whitest Kids U’ Know, which originally referenced killing the President:
Did you know that it’s illegal for me to say I want to kill my wife?
It’s illegal.
It’s indirect criminal contempt.
It’s one of the only sentences that I’m not allowed to say.
Now it was okay for me to say it right then because I was just telling you that it’s illegal for me to say I want to kill my wife…
Elonis ended the post with the statement, “Art is about pushing limits. I’m willing to go to jail for my constitutional rights. Are you?”
A week later, Elonis threatened local law enforcement and a kindergarten class, which caught the attention of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, after which he wrote a post on Facebook about one of the agents who visited him:
“…Took all the strength I had not to turn the bitch ghost
Pull my knife, flick my wrist, and slit her throat
Leave her bleedin’ from her jugular in the arms of her partner…”
These actions led to Elonis’ indictment and subsequent conviction on four of five counts, which he is challenging in the Supreme Court based on his First Amendment rights.[2][3][4][5]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. Jump up to: a b “Elonis v. United States”SCOTUSblog. Supreme Court of the United States. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
  2. Jump up to: a b John, Arit (October 5, 2014). “The 8 Most Important Cases in the New Supreme Court Term”. Bloomberg Politics. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
  3. Jump up to: a b Emily Bazelon (November 25, 2014). “Do Online Death Threats Count as Free Speech?”The New York Times Magazine. Retrieved November 25, 2014.
  4. Jump up ^ “Elonis v. United States, 13-983 Respondent Brief”. American Bar Association. Retrieved 26 November 2014.
  5. Jump up ^ Robert Barnes (November 23, 2014). “Supreme Court case tests the limits of free speech on Facebook and other social media”The Washington Post. Retrieved November 25, 2014.
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He is busy checking things out even in Philadelphia.

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.

More exposure for Dean K Ziegler Chiropractic Fraud….


DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.

I just signed up for adsense from Google to use ad marketing to increase the exposure of my Dean Ziegler related web sites.  The plan will take search engine searches for different criteria from people of certain areas and direct them to either one of three websites.  My goal is to get exposure of the fraud history of Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic to as many people as possible.  Based on the lies and misdirection provided at the last two hearings and also the fact that he filed three harassment complaints against me in the first place, it was not a difficult decision to go this route.

Also, I have had the contents of the last two hearings reviewed by counsel to determine if it would be worth it to file malicious prosecution (among other charges) against Dean K Ziegler.  At the last hearing, he made reference that he had basically the go ahead from the District attorneys office to files the complaints against me.  What he is not aware of is that when they gave the go ahead for summary charges to be filed, they were not aware of the lack of evidence he had to prove his cases.  They were not aware that parts of his complaint were not even raised.  

A DA can have malicious prosecution filed against them and they make the ultimate decision to go after criminals they feel committed offenses.  From what legal counsel tells me, the fact that they told Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic to file summary harassment against me means nothing if we decide to file a civil complaint.  It comes down to what he actually had to back complaints that were “approved” for summary complaints.

And he had no evidence of anything.  For example, he couldn’t find a post in his printouts to show that I made comments regarding a false representation of his actions regarding a patients file.  He spun the situation to say that I deleted it.  I never deleted anything from my blog.  I am very proud of everything (truth as it is) written.   Also, he was accusing me of friending all his friends on Facebook.   Of course, he had no evidence of this occurring to present to the judge.  He stated blog posts made him feel harassed but didn’t provide any posts to show that they meet the standard of harassment.  Basically…. he provided his opinions for everything without providing any substantial evidence.  He tried to say again that the posting of his criminal history and even parking tickets was harassment.  The judge shot that down when the magistrate gave an example of when he had someone post a ticket of his when he was campaigning for the judge position.  

It even became evident that Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic has the only intention of trying to have me remove my blog.  Even though I was deemed NOT Guilty.  Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic asked the magistrate if he would order me to remove my blog.  The magistrate made it clear that they do NOT have the power (authority) to make such an order.  So Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic can file as many harassment charges he wishes against me.  I am not stupid enough to do anything that would be considered harassment to allow him the pleasure of even having me deemed guilty.  And if I was made guilty…. I take great pleasure in knowing the magistrate can NOT have me remove anything.

He went as far as to use a PA court case of  an Allentown man’s Facebook threats.  This guy made threats of death to his wife and was committed to jail for it.  A U.S. District Court jury sitting in Philadelphia convicted Anthony Elonis in 2011 of violating a federal law barring threats over the Internet, mail, or telecommunications systems. Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic was trying to say that Facebook posts can be harassment and this court case was representative of me posting on my blog and Facebook.   Dean K Ziegler is such an IDIOT!!!!!  I asked him in front of the judge if I threatened him.  Of course he avoided answering at first saying I harassed him.  But he eventually admitted I did not threaten him.  Therefore making his connection between what I am doing and the Elonis case irrelevant.   He is so sooooooooooo far from reality.  He didn’t mention that the supreme court is also hearing this case and has yet to make their opinion public.  The case that could further define the limits of free speech online, the Supreme Court heard arguments in the appeal by this Allentown man who claimed First Amendment protection following his arrest for threatening on Facebook to kill his wife and an FBI agent. Anthony Elonis contended at his October 2011 criminal trial that rap lyrics he posted on Facebook were intended as a form of artistic expression and that he never meant to threaten anyone.

I am in no hurry to try and sue Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  I have two years. As he already admitted (TWICE) he doesn’t even have the money for an attorney.  It would take forever for me to get any substantial money out of this character.  If I have anything to do with it, I would be happy just making sure he never has significant numbers of patients.  I will be thinking of anything I could do to warn others about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractics history.  And I have NO FEAR of him suing me.  I only post the truth as I and the facts see it.  And, he doesn’t have the money to sue.  Defamation has a one year limitation from the very first statement made.  That was December.  Time is ticking and he has less than 8 months to file.

Lets see who the real winner turns out to be here.

The Art of Misdirection…. Something Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic is good at.

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.

As evident in the last hearing (and even the first), Dean K Ziegler isn’t just a great liar, he is the King of Misdirection.  This is a great article to understand misdirection.  After understanding this “talent”, you can understand how Dean K Ziegler acts.  I am not the only one to identify Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic a great user of misdirection.  From his fraud pleadings, Lehigh County Senior Deputy District Attorney David Mussel echoed [Judge] Dantos’ claims that Ziegler had not fully taken responsibility for the crime, calling him a “spin doctor.” “He’s been talking a lot in circles, a lot of misdirection,” Mussel said. “In a sense, judge, he thinks everyone is dumber than he is.”

Excerpt: The Art of Misdirection

By Michael Kurland

There are three professions as old as the human race. With us before writing, before the wheel, and perhaps before fire, they are with us still; and one of them is magician (we will not, at this time, discuss the other two). Over the centuries conjurors have devised many ways to enthrall their audiences, and, despite the sophistication of modern audiences, they are still doing so today.

I would like to reveal some of these esoteric secrets to you, but I have sworn the Mantic Oath with my right hand raised, palm outward, to show that there is nothing in it and my left resting on a miniature replica of Houdini’s Water Torture Cell. I am, however, free to discuss one technique beloved of magicians which fiction writers may use to their advantage: the Ancient Art of Misdirection. It’s of particular benefit to writers of mystery or suspense fiction, as it’s so useful for planning murders and planting clues; but all who must create plots or reveal information in a measured manner will find it an invaluable skill to acquire.

The conjurer cascades a shower of silver coins from his closed fist—that he opened and showed empty only seconds before—and intones, “The hand is quicker than the eye!”

Well, usually it isn’t.

By subtle misdirection the magician causes you to look in the wrong place while he is doing something-or-other in the right place. Misdirection comes in three flavors: time (the magician has the silk artfully placed in his hand before he begins the trick); place (your attention is drawn to the magician’s right hand, while the move is done by his left hand, or his foot, or his assistant); and intent (the magician leads you to the decision he wants in such a subtle manner that you will swear afterwards that you had a free choice).

What is the value to the writer—or, better yet, the story — of these techniques? We writers can use these methods to smooth the pacing of a story, to slide information past the reader without waving it in her face, to change the direction of a story in mid-page, and to plant clues that will lie dormant until they’re ready to sprout.

Please note, before I continue, that we’re speaking of misdirection, not misinformation. The writer should never lie to the reader, but, if necessary, should allow the reader to lie to herself.

In fiction misdirection can be either external or internal. That is, the author can be using the story as a frame to misdirect the reader, or a character in the story may be misdirecting one or more of the other characters. Or, of course, both. Let’s look at a few examples from literature:

In many novels, particularly in the suspense or mystery genres, an element of misdirection is an important part of the plot. In Daphne du Maurier’s classic Rebecca it just about is the plot. Maxim de Winter’s second wife, the narrator of the story (we never learn her name), feels herself in an unwinnable competition with the ghost of Rebecca, Maxim’s first wife, who died in a boating accident some years before. Maxim speaks little of the departed Rebecca, but he seems to be brooding about her constantly. And the housekeeper, Mrs. Danvers, tells the new wife frequently how the beautiful, charming, talented, Rebecca was her superior in every way.

Then, three-quarters of the way through the book, when the narrator sadly tells her husband that she knows he can never love her the way he loved Rebecca—and that’s okay as long as he can bring himself to love her a little— comes the shocking revelation that turns the story, the narrator, and the reader arse-over-teakettle, as the British so wonderfully describe it.

“You think I loved Rebecca?” de Winter cries, “I hated her!”

And suddenly all that came before must be seen in a different light. And that, boys and girls, is what I call misdirection.

Remember the scene at the Wizard’s palace in The Wizard of Oz? The Great and Mighty Oz, his head the size of Chicago, surrounded by smoke and fire, bellowing at Dorothy from his throne: “I am Oz, the Great and Terrible… Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.” (With a bunch of stuff left out for brevity.)

Well the Wizard turns out to actually be the little bald man behind the curtain. A master of misdirection, he has been keeping the hoax up for years until Dorothy’s dog Toto pulls the curtain aside and blows the gaff. This is Misdirection in Place, used by the Wizard to fool, gull, dupe, and otherwise bamboozle his subjects.

There are two rules to keep in mind when employing this device: first, it has to be something that the character using it would—and could—do. We the readers (or viewers if it’s the movie) believe the Wizard of Oz was able to pull off his illusion because he actually was a magician—not a wizard, but an old-fashioned stage magician—before he got to Oz.

Second, it has to be put in to further the plot, and not merely to annoy the reader. The Wizard’s ploy was necessary for him to keep his position as head of government and chief of state of Oz. The Munchkins and Quadlings didn’t want to be ruled by a plump, bald, seedy carnival magician. They wanted a wizard—and they got a wizard.

In Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s story “The Red Headed League,” pawnbroker Jabez Wilson has had a stroke of luck. His fine head of red hair has made him eligible for a sinecure in the office of the Red Headed League, an organization founded by a redheaded American millionaire to benefit men of similar hair color. While Wilson’s assistant Vincent Spaulding takes care of what little business there is at the pawnbroker’s shop, Wilson sits in the League’s office four hours a day copying out pages of the Encyclopedia Britannica. It’s a dull, seemingly pointless job, but it pays four pounds a week, important money in 1891, and Wilson is annoyed when it is suddenly terminated. He goes to Sherlock Holmes for advice, and Holmes soon perceives a deeper meaning to the antics of the League. There was no American millionaire. It was a sham, devised by Spaulding to get Wilson out of the shop for four hours a day. Spaulding, who is really the notorious John Clay, murderer, thief, and all-around no-goodnik, needed the time so that he and his associates could dig a tunnel through to a nearby bank.

The problem: get Wilson out of the shop without him suspecting anything. The solution: an artful bit of misdirection, to make Wilson want to leave. The job was obviously a bit of make-work, which might have gotten even the slow-witted Wilson to thinking, if the conspirators hadn’t disguised their intention under a fine head of red hair.

It fooled Wilson, it fooled Watson, it fooled the reader, but Holmes pierced the veil of misdirection and, penultimately, foiled the bank robbers.

Nero Wolfe, Rex Stout’s plump genius of a detective (an aside: as I wrote those words I could hear Wolfe snorting, “Plump indeed! I am fat or I am nothing.” This is a tribute to Stout’s powerful and believable characterization.)—I’ll start again. Nero Wolfe, Rex Stout’s fat genius of a detective, was a master of misdirection. In a novel called Might as Well Be Dead, Wolfe has sent an operative named Johnny Keems to gather information, giving him $200 in expense money to use if he thinks it will loosen someone’s tongue. Keems is killed by a hit-and-run driver, and Inspector Cramer drops by Wolfe’s office to ask the usual questions. Wolfe is his usual uncooperative self, and asks Cramer if Keems had any money on him when he was killed.

“Yes, a hundred and fifty dollars,” Cramer replies. “Why?”

“Because it’s my money,” Wolfe tells him, “and I want it back. I gave Keems two hundred for expenses.”

Now Cramer— and the reader— think that Wolfe is just being his usual nasty unfeeling self, caring only about getting his money back when one of his operatives has been killed.

Misdirection—but surely you’d guessed that.

Wolfe now knows that Keems paid someone for information. And it’s a reasonable inference that getting that information is what got Keems killed. But Cramer, although he now has the same data that Wolfe has, has been directed away from the conclusion. He has the facts but has no idea of their worth.

How, and where, can this magical technique be used in your own work?

Turn the Plot Around with Misdirection

As in Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, a story can seem to be headed in one direction and then, wham-snap!, change course and go somewhere else. It can be a very dramatic moment, but why would you want to do this? Perhaps, as in Rebecca, you want to create a mood and explore a character in adverse circumstances. Certainly the first three-quarters of Rebecca showed the narrator’s inner strength and depth of love for her husband in a way that would have been impossible if everything had been a perfect romantic dream for her from the beginning.

Or perhaps you need to supply a lot of information to the reader, but you don’t want her to know why she’s learning all this stuff—at least, not just yet. Perhaps one of your characters is, oh I don’t know, let’s say a spy. As the story moves along you want to get all the facts out there, about how the spying is being done and why and against whom and such, because that is the story. But you need to direct attention away from the actual agent, let’s call him George, so you can reveal his identity at the moment of your choosing.

So you focus on Tom, and make it appear that all that’s bad in the world originated with Tom (sorry, Tom). But the sophisticated reader will know that you’re attempting to lead her astray. Gradually she will realize that all the information, all the subtle hints and shadowy clues, that pointed to Tom were manufactured by Sam to make Tom look guilty. Aha! That dirty spy Sam!

But wait—you have another trick up your sleeve. Sam wasn’t the spy at all. He put the blame on Tom because Sam always hated Tom for stealing his girl, Myrtle, in the fourth grade. The real spy, hovering in the background all this time, is George. Remember George? You have successfully misdirected the reader, congratulations.

Conceal a Character’s True Persona With Misdirection

Here’s one the Gothic and Romance novelists have been using for decades. It’s a sort of reprise on Rebecca, with a few twists. A great example is the 1963 film Charade, which starred Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant and Walter Matthau. A quick synopsis:

Regina (Hepburn) returns to Paris to learn that her husband has been murdered and his fortune is missing. Several strange, scary men begin harassing her, convinced that she must know where the money is. Peter Joshua (Grant) defends her and offers his help. Mr. Bartholomew (Matthau), the CIA station chief, tells her that Joshua and the men are in cahoots, and that her husband stole the money from the U.S. Government. Events seem to prove Bartholomew right, as Joshua has been lying to her about everything, including his name. After many a merry chase we find that Bartholomew is actually the crook, and Joshua is the CIA agent, and romance ensues.

We have here a triple misdirection extravaganza; the husband turns out to be a crook, the crook turns out to be the good guy, and the CIA agent turns out to be really nasty. All handled deftly and all necessary to keep the plot moving. The trick here is the light, deft touch. We believe what has been presented to us, because it’s what we expect. If you present things to your reader according to formula, she’ll be lulled into belief. And then when you twist the characters and the plot, she’ll be surprised and pleased at the freshness and originality.

Submerge That Small Detail in a Pool of Misdirection

So here’s the problem: there’s this little, unimportant fact that you need to insert in your story right here that will assume monstrous importance later in the story, but you don’t want your reader to notice it, not just yet. It’s a clue, so it has to be out there, but if its real meaning is understood too quickly it will give too much of the plot away. John Dickson Carr, a master of the mystery story form, said that you don’t have to hide clues, you can run them up a flagpole and set them to waving and the readers won’t notice. And he was right—the way he did it. They were out there waving and it was hard for the reader to miss them—but they looked (metaphorically) like flags, not clues.

The way to do that is to take the clues out of context and present them as something else. Let’s say the clue is a half-drunk glass of milk on the bedside table. Don’t ask me why that’s a clue—it just is. One way is to hide it among a clutter of the ordinary:

Hemlock Shomes cast his cold gaze around the bedroom, his eyes taking in the smallest details. There was the pipe organ with the missing f-stop in the corner. There was the old Hepwhait bedside table, its marble top holding the leather-bound copy of the Necronomicon with its pages turned down at all the interesting spells, a cardboard box of Mrs. Peachem’s Pink Pills for the Prevention of Pleurisy, a half-drunk glass of milk, and a stuffed frog.

Or, to give the reader no excuse for having missed it when it turns up on page 412 as the clue that gives the game away:

Shomes pointed an outraged finger at the table. “There,” he shrilled, “right there in front of you!”

“What is it, Shomes?” bleated Inspector Kegson.

“A half-drunk glass of milk on the bedside table. Surely you see it!”

“What of it, Shomes?

“That table’s an original Hepwhait. Unmistakably. And that glass will leave a ring on the marble. It’s disgraceful!”

“There, there, Shomes,” soothed the inspector. “That’s all right.

The fiction writer, like the stage magician, can use a candy coating of misdirection to disguise the pill of truth (how’s that for a lousy metaphor?) to keep the story healthy and alive. (Didn’t improve it much—oh well!) As we’ve seen, misdirection can be used either strategically or tactically. Strategically to change the whole direction of a story, to send it off into a new and different world, and have the reader realize that it’s been headed that way all along. Tactically to conceal, obscure, obfuscate, and camouflage one important fact, to save it for later revelation.

This article first appeared in The Writer magazine.

Dean K Ziegler could not wait to check out my blog….

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.
He says he is harassed by the information posted, but he KEEPS LOOKING AT IT!!!!  How harassed can one be??  STOP LOOKING and you won’t know about it!!!
YES…. I know!!!!!!!!!!!  You would be surprised on the things I know and how I know it. 
Some things are best left a secret….. Shhhhhhhh….  DONT TELL!!!

Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic looses yet again…..

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.

The second installment of Dean K Ziegler vs John Blum has completed.  As expected, his spin doctor ways was evident as he used misdirection throughout the hearing.  Dean K Ziegler lost his second and third case of harassment against me.  The magistrate was very fair as he attempted to show no bias against either of us.  

Again, Dean K Ziegler was told he should be filing a civil case.  Dean K Ziegler admitted he was in touch with a civil attorney but doesn’t have the money to provide one to handle the case.  Although he wouldn’t win a defamation case as everything I post is the truth and available to the public.  He is a felon.  I feel as a matter of public concern, and as a person who knows Dean K Ziegler well, I am obligated to educate others on his actions.  I will continue to update on anything that comes across that I feel others should know about.

He is currently being investigated by the State board of Chiropractic based on complaints filed against him.  The District Attorneys office has also been provided with the same information as the state.   He is the one under the microscope.  Lets see where this goes!!


A little education for Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic….

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.

The First Amendment was designed to protect a debate at the fringes. You don’t need the courts to protect speech that everybody agrees with, because that speech will be tolerated. You need a First Amendment to protect speech that people regard as intolerable or outrageous or offensive — because that is when the majority will wield its power to censor or suppress, and we have a First Amendment to prevent the government from doing that.The First Amendment was designed to protect offensive and unpopular speech. 

Many things Dean K Ziegler does entails fraud…

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.
I was drawn to the attention of Dean K Zieglers’ of Ziegler Chiropractic yelp profile.  He is so embarrassed of his history that he makes his name cryptic so he is not easily identifiable.  If you do a google search for this felon you easily find his history of fraud and other illegal acts.  He uses his brothers name but not his when describing his business.  Check out what Dean K Ziegler did:

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Does this mean Dean K Ziegler commits fraud in everything he does???  What does history say about this character.  Im not making this stuff up.  Is anything that Dean K Ziegler says believable???  You be the judge of that…..

I get to whop his behind yet another time…..

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.
April 24th is the next installment of Dean K. Ziegler gets put down by yet another magistrate.  What a waste of time, but it feels good that this idiot (that term is too nice for him) is going to loose again.  I hope that I at least get to speak this time because I have some tricks up my sleeve especially for Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  I am sure, in his head, he thinks he is going to win this battle.  I am sure he thought he was going to win at the last hearing but lost in a big way.

This character only knows how to break the law.  Especially by seeing how he performed at the last hearing, he is in no way intelligent when it comes to the law.  He incriminated himself more than making any points what so ever.  I hope to hear the statement again that he couldn’t afford an attorney to prosecute the case.  Not that any good attorney would even take such a stupid case.  Who wants a bad name for themselves.  It doesn’t matter for Dean K Ziegler because he already has a bad name.  HE IS A FELON for goodness sakes.  Once a felon, always a felon.  And go figure he commits a fraud on the court system wasting their time with his nonsense.

Look at the complaints this putz wrote…. They speak innocent just looking at them.  He should spend the time trying to defend himself from the complaints (plural) filed against him then pushing malicious harassment charges and wasting the courts time.  He is only setting himself up for more trouble.  And I am more then willing to bring him all the trouble I can.  I may have a chiropractic clinic up for sale when I am through with this.  I have all the time in the world and no sympathy for losers that can’t learn their lessons.

Looks like Dean K Ziegler is officially under investigation…..

DISCLAIMER:  The intention of this post is to educate the reader about Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  There is no intention of harassing, alarming or annoying anyone.  Dean K Ziegler has committed fraud and continued to commit fraud after the fact.  As a matter of public concern, I feel the general public has the right to know of Dean K Zieglers history so fraud is not committed against them.
We are one step closer to Karma getting Dean K Ziegler.  It is my hope that his license is suspended again.  While he is busy filing malicious harassment complaints that are going absolutely no where, we are in the process of fighting back. I was positive that everything was going to back fire on this idiot. And I am impressed with how quickly the state is moving on this matter. Who’s laughing now!!! Looks like Dean K Ziegler is going to need an attorney.  He is not getting out of this one:

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