Suppression of speech comes in many forms. For example, San Diego attorney Scott McMillan filed a frivolous lawsuit aimed to remove blog posts concerning numerous failures of his in court and publishing a child molestation report he is named in. Scott McMillan La Mesa, California , went to the extent to lie to the court in an effort to ‘judge shop’ his lawsuit to a specific judge he knew would be hostile to a blogger. Scott McMillan attorney San Diego admitted to lying in federal court where he did not defend allegations he misrepresented information to the court in an effort to get a case before a judge he believed to be more favorable to his efforts to remove embarrassing information from the internet. See motion filed in San Diego federal court.
The federal judge found the lawsuit filed by San Diego attorney Scott McMillan to be meritless and ordered it dismissed. See federal court order. Ultimately Scott McMillan, who also is the dean of his very own law school, McMillan Academy of Law, then filed an identical lawsuit in the San Diego Superior Court asking the court to order numerous blogs removed. The judge denied his request to continue his case and issued a stay in that case, thus decapitating all of McMillan’s desires to start discovery and get a ruling on some of his requests. The sexual molestation report San Diego attorney Scott McMillan is named in is now also in the failed lawsuit he filed in state court, San Diego Superior Court Case No. 37-2017-0036344.
Scott McMillan San Diego attorney , has an office in La Mesa, near San Diego Superior Court. Scott McMillan fought the feds in a lawsuit against the ATF. Scott McMillan La Mesa went to the extent to make what appears to be false statements against federal agent to conduct he did not appear to have witnessed or knew factually. For example in his declaration filed in federal court, Scott McMillan alleges federal agents vandalized his client’s property, however Scott McMillan was not at the property when the search warrant was served. Scott McMillan also alleged federal agents stole thousands of dollars of property, but no criminal charges were brought against the federal agents. See Scott McMillan declaration here.The ATF agent countered Scott McMillan’s apparently fraudulent representations in his own declaration seen as an image below.