On January 11, attorney for defendant Cassandra Holmes, Jack Skinner, filed a post-contempt hearing brief in the Fred Potter case.In that briefing, Skinner stated after the years of Fredrick R Potter thumbing his nose at the court and the court’s orders, the defendant/trustee respectfully requests that the court order the following relief:
Fred Potter, a former resident of Waldron, AR, received an award from Secretary of State Mark Martin this week. The award was presented to Potter from Alma Mayor, Keith Greene and recognized Potter’s service in the Marine Corps and Army during the Korean War.
On Tuesday morning the “Walking Veteran,” Thomas Hudson, took his cause to the streets of Fort Smith. He rallied support from the Fort Smith Police Department, Sebastian County Sheriff-Elect Hobe Runion and Mayor Sandy Sanders.
Famed “Walking Veteran,” Thomas Hudson is spearheading another Veterans Walk in Solidarity in Waldron on December 1.
“We will meet at 1 p.m. at the Waldron High School Auditorium,” stated Hudson. “We will have a special awards presentation, music and a special guest speaker.” Following the honorary ceremony, they will begin their walk into downtown Waldron.
“He cannot produce a Stradivarius, gold bullion bars and other items that don’t exist,” said nephew, Allen Potter. “It’s a mystery that the niece does not have to prove these items existed,” he added.
In the ongoing case of Potter vs. Holmes, a new lawsuit has been filed on Fred Potter’s behalf by attorney, Roy Gean III. The lawsuit alleges the signed documents, previously filed in the case, were forgeries.