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Andy Esquivel release “psychedelic” new music video!

Posted on March 12, 2013 in Andy Esquivel's Scams Andy's Videos Wiser Technology Xtagged

Psychedelic Andres EsquivelUnder the new YouTube profile “UtahVenger” (which must be some kind of super-hero alter-ego or something), Andy has released a “psychedelic” new music video.  The video starts off with Andy going over the evidence he’s compiled to comply with the March 26th discovery deadline in his securities fraud case.  He talks about Rebecca Dunn’s stack of evidence, and then mentions a man named Brian Davis, who Andy admits he tried to scam out of $100,000!  Next Andy cuts over to a scene where he’s driving to Farmington Utah to deliver a stack of papers to his former attorney and then the music starts.

The camera is shaky, the music is funky, it’s altogether like something out of the 1960s.  Andy spends the rest of the music video showing screen shots of his various Diigo posts, which collectively point to a vast conspiracy to endanger children by stifling Wiser Technology in it’s good and noble work to save humanity.  Andy posts the following in support of this claim:

Amazing the end music is genius “Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks [LYRICS]” Media this highlights my email to you & the authority’s that the stall tactics Albright & Hurst were engaging in kept Wiser technology ideas from saving children’s lives, I emailed some of you media the idea to prove, it was a donation to CHS! The song is warning for kids to run for now because WT has its hands cuffed or tied by Utah Davis court. This is truly Karma Cause “Desperation Breeds Creativity”

I’m actually kind of curious as to whether this “Wiser Technology can save kid’s lives” thing is part of Andy’s defense?  The irony is that if Andy can convince a jury that Wiser Technology could have saved the lives of many children were it not for the Xtagged conspiracy, he might actually win enough sympathy to force a not-guilty verdict.  Hopefully Andy doesn’t catch on to that fact and sticks to his “Bump.com wanted to steal Xtagged” story.

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