Thursday, October 26, 2006

Dale Mallory Lied on his Ethical Filing

Dale Mallory did not include a reported $37,475 in outstanding debt on his ethical filing. Dale B. Mallory is heading back to court today. The Enquirer broke the news:

MALLORY IN COURT

Dale Mallory, the Democratic candidate for the 32nd Ohio House district, is scheduled to appear in court today on an action by a creditor to recover a $37,475 debt he's owed since at least 1997.

Cadlerock Joint Venture, a Youngstown-area company that buys bad debt, recently obtained a "revivor" order.

Mallory's opponent, Republican Kim Hale, said the issue isn't so much that he's failed to pay his debts, but that he didn't disclose it on ethics forms filed with the Joint Legislative Ethics Committee. "Honesty and integrity are important in a candidate," she said.

Mallory said the loan goes back to the 1980s, and that he has contested its validity. He said he didn't disclose it because he thought the certificate of judgment expired after five years.

--Gregory Korte


One pattern that I see with Dale is his constant sense of denial. Consider the statement:

“Mallory said the loan goes back to the 1980s, and that he has contested its validity”.

From what I understand, Dale Mallory has already lost this case in court. Dale likes to “contest the validity” of things that have already happened. I believe a court of law has decided that Dale Mallory owes that money. I believe what has passed with time is Dale Mallory’s ability to appeal the case or “contest the validity” of the court’s findings. This isn’t an open debate.

I will try to find out more facts on the case, but it seems like the facts have been decided and that portion is over and done with. What is left is the attempt of the creditor to get the money back from Dale Mallory. As Dale has not had a job in years, this is a tough road to hoe.

It is also interesting to see how a chronicly unemployed Dale Mallory approaches the debts and obligations that he takes on in life: “He said he didn't disclose it because he thought the certificate of judgment expired after five years.” Dale figured if he didn’t pay anything for five years he should be in the clear. At least he is consistent in always trying to get something for nothing. I think it is the overarching theme of his life.

Dale hasn’t had a job in years. His creditors can’t garnish his wages because he has no wages. Dale Mallory is a leech on society.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You sure have nailed down the "overarching" theme of Dale's sorry life.
-unemployed
-denies debt,GE termination for drugs, impeachment, theft of WECC funds, CityLink sell-out, CEC conflict of interest.
-Dale's deep in de Nile

3:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He just sold 925 Dayton Street for $25,000. I bet he doesn't use any of that money to pay down his obligations.

3:57 PM  
Anonymous Carstairs said...

Everyone, sorry to be MIA today.

Dale's case, A9706429 is continued to 11/22/06, 10:00A, Room 585 Court House with Magistrate Bernat.

I wasn't able to get to 585 today, but I learned it was continued, somewhat due to the fact that Dale needs to conference with an attorney.

And yes, I was part of the team who found this case, with the help of many outraged individuals, we were able to get this front & center, not only in the media, but to help Cadlerock get the overdue money that is rightfully theirs.

I had the E-quirer with me in Court this morning & I wanted to roar when I saw Dale's excuse, as it was so Dale, so plausible & so confounded ignorant.

Friends, we've gone over this time & again. There's people in the 32nd who work hard, long hours for their money. They go thru the stack of bills at the table, & they attempt to do magic tricks with the paychecks. Some are barely keeping their heads above high water. One disaster hits, the car goes & the mortgage company shows up & has their stuff tossed on the sidewalk. It only takes one disaster.

Then we've got a meat head, also known as Dale Mallory, who thinks he can ignore a debt, it'll go away & no one will do anything about it because, he's a MALLORY.

Forget about that Certificate of Judgment. This debt was decided a long time ago in favor of Cadlerock.

Why they didn't actively pursue the matter in all this time, I don't know. However, they had better have some good answers for their attorney, if they want to collect on this debt.

For inquiring minds, you can bet the bank that the $25,000 on the sale of 925 Dayton St. is long gone. Dale's spent all that.

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OLD JOKE:
"When your liabilities exceed your assets, your ass sets in jail."

Dale's 47.
No job
No house
2 ex wives
No investments
No assets
Owes $37,000 and growing @13%/yr to one lender
Owes lots more to others (look at clerk of court site.)
Steals from WECC.
Another day in paradise.

5:59 PM  
Anonymous Carstairs said...

Kevin Osborne has given us his money's worth on Dale, along with his latest fiasco, the infamous Court appearance:

(City Beat blog 10/26/06)

Dale Mallory Still M.I.A.
Where’s Dale?

When Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory served as emcee Tuesday at a crowded downtown fundraiser that featured former President Bill Clinton as the keynote speaker, Mallory made sure to mention the Democratic state lawmakers seated in the audience and introduced non-incumbent Connie Pillich, who gave a stirring speech about her military service and her campaign to win the 28th District seat in the Ohio House of Representatives.

Noticeably absent from the introductions and podium, however, was the mayor’s own brother, Dale Mallory, a non-incumbent who is running for Mark’s old 32nd District seat.

Dale Mallory’s disappearing act is par for the course so far this campaign season. Impeached as president of the West End Community Council and facing a criminal investigation about allegedly emptying that group’s bank account three months after he was removed from office, Dale Mallory has avoided any public campaigning and refused to answer reporters’ questions about his secret lobbying on behalf of the proposed City Link Center, a project opposed by many West End residents. Also, he declined to fill out the League of Women Voters questionnaire that is routine for most campaigns.

The fundraiser for Democratic congressional candidate John Cranley, which drew a crowd of about 600 people, was a prime opportunity for lesser-known candidates lower on the party ticket to get valuable face time with voters and make a pitch for their support.

Dale Mallory has tried to duck controversy and hope most voters are unaware of the dispute, preferring instead to rely on his family’s name and history in public service to help him achieve victory. In the words of Sgt. Schultz from the old Hogan’s Heroes sitcom, “I see nothing, I hear nothing, I know nothing.”

Besides having a brother who is mayor and a former state representative, Dale’s other relatives include his father, William Mallory Sr., who was in the Statehouse for 28 years before retiring in 1994. The elder Mallory also serves on the mass transit board that oversees Cincinnati’s Metro bus system and is a member of the Ohio Elections Commission. Dale’s other brother, William Jr., is a Hamilton County Municipal Court judge; another brother, Joseph, is an elections administrator for the county’s board of elections.

As part of Dale Mallory’s paid consulting work for the Cincinnati Empowerment Corp., he lobbied — unbeknownst to the community council — on City Link’s behalf. Also, Dale worked with Joseph in a voter registration drive in the mostly industrial Queensgate neighborhood.

Dale Mallory is slated to make at least one public appearance this week — in court. He was scheduled to appear today to answer a lawsuit filed by Cadlerock Joint Venture, a creditor trying to recover a $37,475 debt that the company says Mallory owes. The debt dates back to at least the mid-1990s. Mallory has contested the debt, and said the certificate of judgment expired years ago.

— Kevin Osborne

Woo Hoo! And I was a bit disappointed in Korte's coverage of this important topic. Not now. It's out there!!!

6:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ts , You know what is amazing? We know this guy is a criminal. The new papers know it, CPD knows it The Sheriff knows it. Yet it seems like these groups are doing their best to turn a blind eye.

Its scary just scary the world we live in. The amount of energy you all have put into this creap and the things that you have uncovered are unprecidented yet nothing happens to him. Well with your luck the case will go infront of Dale brother who will dismiss it. Haha!
Tax payer

7:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that Korte has been fair. He did raise the issue in the Enquirer. I am not sure what you want.

I am not sure what Dale is contesting. The court has already found that he owes the money. And what a weak argument by Dale. 'I haven't paid you in a long time, so I shouldn't have to pay you at all.'??? Mighty weak.

He should learn how to balance his own budget before he starts making the tough fiscal choices for all of us.

7:12 PM  
Anonymous Carstairs said...

Anon 8:12, I believe Korte was fair in getting this info out there, especially after a bunch of people gave him plenty of back story info on this.

I was hoping for something a bit more splashy, that really caught the reader's attention right off. This morning, I had to hunt for the story, due to the fact I was looking for a bit more bravado.

At any rate, friends, this Cadlerock v. Dale matter isn't going away. There has been a partial payment made on the amount, which lends to the fact that this case could be revived under the Ohio Statutes. So, the issue Dale has about the Certificate of Judgment running out/expiring doesn't seem to factor into this case at all. I think Cadlerock has its work cut out for them on this.

It would be interesting to see how Dale explains this all away, sending it off to the Land of Oz...

I certainly hope tubbo Timbo caught this.

Dale is a Deadbeat. Dale is Done.

7:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Ts , You know what is amazing? We know this guy is a criminal. The new papers know it, CPD knows it The Sheriff knows it. Yet it seems like these groups are doing their best to turn a blind eye.

Its scary just scary the world we live in. The amount of energy you all have put into this crap and the things that you have uncovered are unprecidented yet nothing happens to him.

Tax payer"

I hear you. The facts don't seem to matter in any case.

10:47 AM  

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