Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Carmen Robertson* sued for calling genuine Norval Morrisseau TBAG donations FAKES


~ Filed by Mr. Joseph Otavnik of Oshawa, Ontario on 11/03/2017 ~
   /Principal amount claimed: $25,000/

* Member of the defunct Norval Morrisseau Heritage Society (NMHS)

Plaintiff's Claim

The Plaintiff seeks damages for Defamation under commons law and Slander of Title under the Ontario Libel and Slander Act R.S.O. 1990 c.12.

Plaintiff and his family donated four (4) works of art by Norval Morrisseau to the Thunder Bay Art Gallery (in 2004) under the strict rules of the Canadian Cultural Properties Export and Import Act. The Thunder Bay Art Gallery (TBAG) which is a Class "A" Gallery duly accepted, verified, vetted and accepted the artwork for review and final application to the Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board (CCPERB). Since the title of the painting would transfer to the Thunder Bay Art Gallery the Gallery (after approval by the CCPERB) the TBAG was the applicant to the CCPERB. The CCPERB then accepted, verified, vetted the application, verified the authenticity of the paintings', approved their Fair Market Value, outstanding significance and national importance of the paintings' and certified/approved the application submitted by the TBAG. The plaintiff and his family then received a Cultural Property Income Tax Certificate issued through Revenue Canada after of course approval by the CCPERB.

Despite the approval of the TBAG, CCPREB, Revenue Canada etc, in September 2017, the Plaintiff became aware of a "Expert Report" by the defendant that was to be used in court case in which the defendant clearly, identified and called "fakes" or "attributed to Norval Morrisseau" the same paintings' as above and approved by the parties mentioned as above. The defendant included pictures of the paintings' the plaintiffs' family donated and description of them can clearly be considered defamatory under the common sense usage of the terms she described them as.

Again, the paintings' in question and subject of this suit identified as "fakes" by the defendant have been vetted by over 20 professional independent experts, the staff of the, TBAG, CCPERB Board and the full ten (10) Member Board of the CCPERB. The Canadian Government then issued a Cultural Property Tax Certificate for the fair market value of these paintings'.

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The following genuine Norval Morrisseau painting donations to TBAG are labeled FAKES in Carmen Robertson's 'Expert Report':

The below listed are submitted documents by Mr. Joseph Otavnik to Oshawa Small Claims Court on November 3rd, 2017:

  1. Plantiff's Claim
  2. Exhibit A
  3. Exhibit B
  4. Exhibit C
  5. Exhibit D
  6. Exhibit E
  7. Exhibit F
  8. Exhibit G
  9. Exhibit H
10. Exhibit I
11. Exhibit J.

- Who is Professor Carmen Robertson?, - Carmen Robinson calling genuine Morrisseau paintings at Thunder Bay Art Gallery FAKES, - “The Court finds that there is overwhelming evidence that Norval Morrisseau signed paintings in black brush paint.” - Judge Paul J. Martial, - Morrisseau's artwork in Auction Houses, Commercial Art Galleries & Museums Around the World, - Hatfield, Margaret Lorraine vs. Child, Donna and Artworld of Sherway (Part IV), - Pivotal Court Case Relevant to Authenticity of Norval Morrisseau Artworks, - A landmark Forensic Signature Report confirming the authenticity of thousands of Norval Morrisseau paintings!, - Norval Morrisseau Conspiracy Unveiled (Part XXVII), - Morrisseau History Detective Stories (Part XI), Morrisseau History Detective Stories (Part VI), - Action of Deception by KRG (Part III),A landmark Forensic Signature Report confirming the authenticity of thousands of Norval Morrisseau paintings!, - Action of Deception by KRG (Part VI), - Significant Court of Canada cases involving art of Norval Morrisseau (Part I) - Revision A & B & - On August 5th, 2015 Deputy Judge CW Kilian Found Ritchie Sinclair Guilty & fined him $25,000 plus costs... (Part I).

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