Quanell X Says Marek Menger Is on A Serious Losing Streak in the Texas Court of Appeals
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HARRIS COUNTY -- According to activist Quanell X, it looks like Marek Menger is on a serious losing streak. In just the last 30 days, he lost two appeals where he tried to allege that Judge Sonya Heath, the presiding judge for the 310th Family District Court, in Harris County, Texas was wrong in her ruling.
And now, activist Quanell X has learned that Marek Menger defaulted on loans from both Comerica and Green Bank, see attached. Why would banks loan money to someone with a reputation like Marek Menger? What is the common thread between these banks? Both loans were given to Marek Menger during the tenure at the banks of his long-time friend, David Bockholt. Mr. Bockholt is currently the CEO/Vice President at Citizens Bank but was previously employed as a Senior Vice President at Comerica Bank and before that was a Senior Vice President at Green Bank.
Activist Quanell X also urges us not to forget about the prestigious Houstonian Hotel, Club and Spa. Why do they continue to hide the fact they have a known racist and a person who thinks Black Lives Matter is a joke as a member? Quanell X believes it is because his daughter-in-law and board member Elaine Menger covers for him. And what role does her husband, Marek’s son, Matthew Menger play? It appears that Matthew Menger is a convicted felon and has also spent time incarcerated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The documents attached show a long history of drug addiction. Activist Quanell X is now wondering just what kind of people the Houstonian value as members. Marek Menger is not innocent; let’s not forget the affidavit accusing Marek of sexual assault of his then underage step-sister.
As a matter of fact, activist Quanell X stated that he will be performing further inquiries into the business dealings of Marek Menger, Marek Menger’s family members, and anyone that chooses to do business with the racist businessman. Quanell X has received numerous calls from individuals about their dealings with Marek Menger as well.
Comerica asserts defendant in promissory note case 'evading service', judge grants order to substitute LAWSUITS
By John Suayan | Sep 18, 2018
HOUSTON – Recent state district court records indicate that one of the three defendants in a breach of contract lawsuit brought by Dallas-based Comerica Bank has yet to be served.
Marek E. Menger is alleged to be “evading service” while his co-defendants, ex-wife Sherry L. Menger and Petro-Valve, Inc., have formally countered Comerica’s allegations from two months ago.
In the suit filed on July 11 in the Harris County 157th District Court, the financial institution accuses the Mengers and Petro-Valve of defaulting on a nearly 20-year-old promissory note.
According to the original petition, the respondents owe an “outstanding and unpaid” principal balance due under the subject note of $95,475.61 in addition to accrued interest of $2,280.12 and attorneys’ fees and cost of collection.
Interest purportedly continues to grow at the default rate of 8.9 percent per annum.
“After being given proper notice and opportunity to cure, the defendants failed to cure the default,” court records show.
Sherry L. Menger and Petro-Valve issued a general denial two days after the litigation was initiated. Asserting her ex-husband failed to adhere to a mediation settlement agreement that was incorporated into their divorce decree, Sherry L. Menger brought a cross-claim.
“Marek has repeatedly breached his obligations under the MSA and the Decree and thereby liable for his breaches,” the cross-action says. “Marek’s breaches have caused damages to Sherry.”
There were seven separate attempts to serve Marek E. Menger, Comerica’s motion to substitute service states.
The motion was granted on Aug. 30.
The Mengers are involved in another legal battle, this one arising from claims an ASAP Freight Systems driver was underpaid.
As previously reported in The Southeast Texas Record, the former couple committed a breach of contract against Robert Patrick McGuire by not sufficiently paying him for transporting materials with the use of his truck as an independent contractor.
Harris County 157th District Court Case No. 2018-46222
Quanell X said, “I do not have enough fingers and toes to count all the lawyers that have withdrawn or terminated representation of Marek Menger. No self-respecting attorney would represent that racist who has been accused of molesting his stepsister.” The affidavit attached accuses Marek Menger of sexually abusing his stepsister.
When Will Businessman Marek Menger Learn to Stop Disrespecting Texas Judges?
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Marek Menger’s current attorneys make illogical arguments in attempts to advance his interests. For example, in front of Judge Brittanye Morris in the 333rd Harris County District Court, Marek’s lawyers argued that discovery was closed to support their motion to not answer questions from Plaintiff. However, the Judge said in open court that discovery was still open. Do these lawyers think that Judge Morris is not smart enough to remember what she said? Judge Brittanye Morris did remember what she said and denied Marek Menger’s lawyers’ motion. Marek Menger’s lawyers have additional motions pending in front of Judge Morris. I wonder if they will insult the judge’s intelligence again. It did not work last time. What makes them think they will fool Judge Morris this time?
Activist Quanell X says that even Marek Menger’s own family members deny knowing him. Menger’s daughter-in-law, Elaine Menger, denied knowing Marek Menger when activist Quanell X confronted her about Marek Menger’s membership at the Houstonian where she is a board member. We find it strange, said activist Quanell X, that she is a board member at the Houstonian but denies knowledge whether or not her own father-in-law is a member.
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