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Here’s a brief outline of Andy’s various lies:
Posted on March 3, 2014 in Andy Esquivel's Scams Andy's Threats Andy's Videos Buzz/Wiser Karma Cause Trial Updates Wiser Car Cover Wiser E-Cigarettes Wiser Eyes Wiser Helmet Wiser No Phone Zone Wiser Technology Xooplay Xtagged
Just when you guys thought Andy would never post on YouTube again (because he’s in JAIL), Andy defies the odds and manages to get a video posted anyway. Boy, this guy REALLY doesn’t know when to shut up!
In this latest video, Andy convinces his girlfriend (he’s now using me as the excuse why he never married her in spite of the fact they have three kids together) to put him on speaker so she can record him from jail and post online. It sounds like he’s calling from the common yard at the Davis County jail because there’s lots of commotion around him.
Andy explains that he’s in jail of his own free will. That he asked to be sent to Jail on January 7th because ‘the prosecution has postponed his trial six times’…which makes perfect sense, right? Andy tries to put his own spin on his February 11th hearing claiming that he’s being committed to a state mental hospital because the Judge wants to prove he is sane, not for restoration of sanity because he is insane as is actually the case. He rambles on and on about the conspiracy against him, his million dollar lawsuits, all his inventions – basically all the delusions that are the reason he’s being held for restoration right now in the first place. He demonstrates in the space of five minutes that indeed the psychiatrists are absolutely correct – he is not mentally competent to stand trial and he is badly in need of psychiatric help.
Half-way through the video, Andy is interrupted by an inmate named “Boss” who tries to explain that in fact the fight he was just part of was not his fault and was nothing for his wife to worry about. The guy Andy got into a fight with should never have been let out of isolation because, like Andy, the inmate he fought with was is mentally disturbed. Andy also brags that he’s lost a lot of weight in jail (I guess he’s sensitive about his weight) and that jail isn’t so bad after all.
I never thought I’d live to see the day when Andy Esquivel is posting psychotic rants from behind bars, but here it is. He has no idea why he’s there, no idea what he needs to do to be released, and shows no signs that his delusions have abated. Between us, I think Andy is going to be incarcerated for a very long time, because he’s never going to admit that he’s a delusional mess and needs help. The more he resists treatment, the longer he’s going to remain in state custody and I personally believe that’s a good thing.
I wonder what Allen Brady, Steve Klemark, Shar Jenkins, and Ron Kelsay are thinking right now? “…Boy, were we stupid!”
At long last we’ve received the audio transcript [AUDIO]of the February 11th hearing in which Andy Esquivel was ordered “held for restoration” (of sanity) at the Utah State Mental Hospital. At this hearing Alan Brady also received a stern warning against continuing to pretend to be Andy Esquivel’s attorney.
It was an eventful hearing to say the least!
First of all, Andy’s public defender was not present at the hearing. He’s still very much in charge of the case, but it’s curious that he was not able to attend. Has Andy pissed off another public defender? Telling is the fact that before the end of this audio transcript we hear Andy meekly declare to the judge “…he lied last time, I don’t trust him” as the Judge continued to explain that all motions need to be filed through his attorney and could not be submitted willy-nilly to the court.
Which brings us to Alan Brady: As you all know, Alan Brady has been acting as Andy’s pseudo-attorney for years now, helping him draft legal-looking court documents and such to perpetuate Andy’s various schemes. Alan’s latest foray into make-believe legal work has been to draft a motion for dismissal on Andy’s behalf and to file it with the court. Alan apparently told the attorney assisting Andy in court on the 11th about thee motions he’d been drafting and filing and got spanked! We don’t obviously have a recording of the conversation, but the attorney mentioned several times in the audio transcript before the Judge that she told Alan in no uncertain terms that drafting legal documents and pretending to be an attorney (as he’s been doing for years now) is illegal. She states that she told Alan flatly (and reminded him indirectly several times in court) that Andy can draft motions if he wants to, but if Alan continued to do so, he could be charged.
It was actually telling how much time the court spent on this subject and I think everybody in that room knew Alan Brady was walking on very thin ice.
The state submitted a motion to have Andy held for restoration (of sanity) which the court accepted. Andy through his stand-in attorney saying that he’s been in jail for a long time and that he wanted his ‘bail’ reduced so that he could attend to some medical issues. The court (and his representation) explained that bail wasn’t an issue since he was being held for restoration and is basically going to be incarcerated until his various delusions are cured (you know, the ones where he’s a genius inventor who’s being persecuted by a shadowy conspiracy to cost the world millions and billions of dollars). In other words, either Andy admits that he’s a con-artist, that all his ‘inventions’ are fake, that Wiser Technology and Xtagged were basically scams and that he’s been lying all this time in order to screw people out of money, or he stays in the state mental hospital until the state gets bored and decides to drop the charges against him.
Once it started to sink in for Andy that he was likely to remain in state custody for a very long time, he he suddenly had a change of heart about those “misdemeanors and no jail time” that he’s been complaining that his attorneys tried to trick him into taking ages ago. “I’ll take the misdemeanors and no jail time then,” he said desperately to the end of the transcript, but as the court explained – it’s too late.
One thing Andy tried to do made at least some sense – he tried to file a motion (or rather Alan Brady tried to file a motion on Andy’s behalf) to strike the jury trial and switch to a bench trial where the Judge has more latitude to act. Unfortunately, Alan isn’t an attorney and the court made it clear to Andy that no such motion would be considered unless it came directly from his public defender. Ironically, Alan (and Andy) got the idea to strike the jury trial form this website. Your welcome for the free legal advice fellas. 😉
Andy Esquivel has been sentenced to a state mental institution until he is determined to be mentally competent to stand trial for three felony counts of securities fraud. He remains in custody at Davis County Jail and a competency evaluation has been set for August at which time Judge Connors will determine when the trial can proceed.
We’ve known for some time that Andy Esquivel was crazy and we’ve been saying as much here on this blog and on it’s predecessor websites for years. Only a lunatic could seriously claim to have invented such outlandish creations as an alcoholic energy drink that’s supposedly endorsed by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, or an inflatable car cover that deflates your tires to spare your paint, or radioactive fingernail polish actuated tabled that uses blue-tooth to broadcast your complete medical history to everyone around you in a bar.
Once Andy has received the medication (and detoxification) he requires, the hope is that he will be able to accept responsibility for what he has done and the trial can move forward. If Andy is lucky his public defender will then be able to convince him top plead guilty to the charges against him so that he can serve his time and move on with his life.
Eventually Andy might even be able to become a fully functioning, gainfully employed member of society – one who pays taxes, child support, and lives by the fruits of his own labor instead of the ill-gotten gains from his various scams. One can only hope.
In the meantime at least, Andy Esquivel remains off the streets and more importantly off the Internet. He is no longer a danger to himself or to others. If we are lucky, then his equally delusional followers will learn a lesson from this long drama – in the end you can’t con your way into wealth. You have to add as much value to this world as you expect to take out of it.
Hear that Alan Brady, Shar Jenkins, Steve Klemark and John Steer? Get lives, get jobs, and stop chasing the quick buck. Oh yea, and leave those drugs alone!
On January 7th a visibly agitated Andy Esquivel walked into court and faced Judge Connors after the first of two psychiatrists found him mentally incompetent to stand trial. According to the audio transcript which we acquired from the court, the first psychiatrist found that Andy suffers from delusions and is bi-polar. Andy’s defense attorney stated that a second mental evaluation will more than likely find the same, so the trial needs to be postponed until Andy can receive the medication (and possibly hospitalization) he needs.
The prosecutor protested the fact that Andy can’t seem to get himself together enough to meet with the second psychiatrist pointing out that Andy’s obstructive behavior has caused this case to drag on for a seeming eternity. He pointed out that the first pre-trial was more than two years ago and that Andy’s behavior has been going on for more than five years now. The prosecutor requested that the court incarcerate Andy to keep him from continuing to be a hindrance to the case.
Judge Connors agreed with the prosecutor, but before sending Andy off to jail allowed Andy one more chance to explain himself. Andy took the opportunity to launch into a lunatic rant in which he claimed he was not insane, that eh would not take misdemeanors, that he’s been called a liar in front of the whole world (as if anybody other than his victims and Alan Brady are actually paying attention to this trial), that he has some assorted motions that he swears he filed, blah, blah, blah… none of this impressed the judge at all, and when Andy said “I’ll go to jail right now to prove (something)”, Judge Connors only replied “Well, I’ll give you that opportunity in a minute.” While being hauled off to jail, ANdy continued ranting “I want protective custody! I’ve been threatened in this jail! Blah, blah, blah…” I was half expecting him to spout out that he was Napoleon or something.
Today was Andy’s pre-trial to discuss the results of the second mental evaluation in jail. Andy remains in custody, so I doubt the results were helpful to Andy’s case. As always, I’ll keep you all posted on what happens.
An audio transcript of the January 7th hearing can be found here: [AUDIO]
Posted on October 29, 2013 in Andy Esquivel's Scams Andy's Threats Andy's Videos Buzz/Wiser Karma Cause Ron Kelsay Trial Updates Uncategorized Wiser Car Cover Wiser E-Cigarettes Wiser Eyes Wiser Helmet Wiser No Phone Zone Wiser Technology Xooplay Xtagged
At the pre-trial hearing on October 22nd, Andy Esquivel’s defense counsel asked for a continuance of the proceeding until January 7th to give the court time to ascertain whether Andy is clinically INSANE!!! If Andy is found to be CRAZY and therefore unfit to stand trial, he could be sentenced to time in a Utah mental institution.
At the request of defense counsel, this matter is continued to
1/7/2014 to allow the defendant to have a mental health evaluation
completed to determine if defendant is competent to stand trial.
The State will prepare the order.
The trial date will remain in place.
Irony: this is EXACTLY what we’ve been trying to say for years! Yes, Andy Esquivel is mentally insane and so is his chief accomplice Allen Brady. Both need to be institutionalized for their own safety and for the safety of others.
I’ll post audio of the pre-trial haring soon, but for now the trial date last set stands pending the mental health review.
I think that pretty much closes the case on Andy. When your own defense attorney states in court for the record that you’re nuts, it’s time to pack up shop and go home.
Under 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.
Andy has been bragging on his various scam blogs that you can call the court and order “video” of the proceeding, but (as usual) Andy is lying. No video is available of the hearing, only the audio we provide here.
The hearing went pretty much as expected: Andy kept insisting he was innocent, indicating that he probably won’t plead ‘Guilty’ until he very last minute. The judge noted Andy’s intention to represent himself, but explained that he will still be required to follow the protocols of the court, and Andy agreed. A trial date was set for June, which was the earliest they had available. The prosecution pushed a 2012 motion for reciprocal discovery which Andy still has not complied with – meaning that Andy still hasn’t provided the prosecution with his “evidence”, case overview, or a list of potential witnesses for trial. Andy tried to pin the blame on WIlliam Albright, but his former public defender was quick to point out that (a) Andy had a copy of everything he gave to his investigator and (b) the point is moot because the motion is for Andy, not Albright, and it’s Andy’s responsibility to comply. The court agreed and gave Andy a hard deadline of March 26th to hand over all evidence, testimony and witness lists to the prosecution.
“Your Honor, here’s where we’re at: He needs to comply with the motion that’s been made by the state for reciprocal discovery. Whether he’s given me anything or not is moot because he’s got it! He’s got whatever he gave me. He gave me copies if he gave me anything at all (or my investigator), so what’s before the court right now is he needs a timeframe that he will comply with the motion for reciprocal discovery.” – William Albright
The highlight of the hearing was probably when Andy tried to make a big deal of the fact that trial had been postponed. He asked the judge to tell him who had a calendar conflict and thus couldn’t make trial ‘today.’ The judge was understandably confused and explained to Andy that today was a pre-trial conference, that trial was stricken at the last pre-trial (which he missed) and that all the details were discussed in his absence…which apparently Alan Brady failed to convey. At first Andy even pretended not to be aware that trial wasn’t going to begin on the 26th, even though he’s posted such several times across the web over the last several weeks. The funniest part was when Andy started to tell the judge that he had “all [his]witnesses” present and ready to go, even though only Alan Brady and some woman described as an “older, heavy-set Latina with bad hair” were in the courtroom. Shar Jenkins, John Steer, Steve Klemark, and Ron Kelsay were all noticeably absent.
Andy has been claiming that a slew of potential witnesses (including Rebecca Dunn) will be testifying in his defense. If that’s true, then Andy has until the 26th to notify the prosecution so that the court can prepare for their testimony…otherwise they will all be forbidden from testifying and Andy’s evidence will not be permitted in court. Obviously whatever was in the shoebox Andy gave to Nathan Hurst, the public defender didn’t find it very actionable. It will be interesting to see what Andy does next.
Since Andy is now acting as his own counsel, his contact information is a matter of public record. That information as provided to the court follows:
Andres “Andy” Esquivel
990 Upham Street
Lakewood Co. 80214
Andy Esquivel has posted another psychotic video in which he rants about his former public defender William Albright in a display that is almost certainly a ploy to convince the judge that he is mentally incompetent to stand trial. Here’s the video:
The video is a rambling mess in which And accuses Albright of basically being computer illiterate, and then accuses him of posting a YouTube video making fun of Andy, which makes zero sense. The video is eleven minutes of absolute garbage that’s almost painful to watch. By the end of the video Andy even accuses me of being some sort of super-hacker who breaks into government networks and does who knows what, which he claims is the reason he ‘fired’ me from his Xtagged scam. …yes, this contradicts Andy’s previous stories explaining why he supposedly ‘fired’ me from his fake company.
Andy claims to have filed some sort of complaint against Albright with the Utah Sate Bar and claims that is the reason he ‘fired’ Albright. Of course he makes no mention of the court filing in which Albright dumps Andy as a client because he found Andy’s actions “repugnant.” There’s no evidence of any Utah Bar filing, but I’m sure Andy will post another video soon with screen shots of the letter he sent in an effort to scare other attorneys who might try to give him legal advice in the future.
According to Andy’s rant, William Albright and I are working together to expose the Xtagged scam, and Michael Holje is also involved. The centerpiece of this conspiracy is the prosecutor in Andy’s assault trial in Bountiful where Andy plead guilty to ‘disturbing the peace’ in order to avoid a jury trial where he would almost certainly have been convicted of much more serious charges and possibly jailed. Andy claims the the prosecutor in that case orchestrated a state-wide scheme to kidnap him, suppress evidence of the abduction, and hand his body over to a shadowy government agency interested in dissecting his under-sized brain. You think I’m kidding?
Andy spends several minutes trying to explain that he doesn’t own WiserElectronicCigarette(s).com even though links to the domain can be found in all corners of his various websites and he used to brag about the website publicly and in Youtube videos which we have archived here on this website. The reason Andy disavows the domain is that is was hacked ages ago and Andy was never quite able to figure out how to fix it. He’s also afraid to admit that the people who built his original WEC website (a couple of gullible kids from an outfit called Social Fuel) quit when they realized Andy couldn’t pay them for their work.
It’s an entertaining video, if a bit hard to follow at times. Personally I think Andy is losing his mind.
Andy has released a new video introducing Jeff Parker, a former investor in the Xtagged scam who is either not smart enough to recognize the fact that Andy is about to be convicted of fraud or who simply doesn’t care. This video was shot (by Andy because apparently Ron Kelsay has given up on his documentary featuring Andy and has stopped following Andy to Utah every other week) yesterday immediately after court. It includes claims by Andy that the court refuses to tell him who asked for a delay in the trial (which is a matter of public record), and that Albright never interviewed Jeff Parker who he claims is an essential witness in his defense.
Anyway, Andy goes on to talk about Dakota Iverson, who has recently learned about these criminal proceedings from this blog and has started attending the pre-trial hearings out of curiosity. Andy attempts to dilute Dakota’s testimony that Andy ripped him off of wages at Xtreme Sushi by accusing Dakota of “stealing” his “$2,000 basketball.” I personally think that’s one of the funnier claims that Andy has made in his defense.
A $2,000 basketball Andy? Seriously? Maybe you should include that in yoru courtroom testimony…see how that impresses the judge.
I was surfing the web today and I stumbled across a series of exceptionally well made Andy Esquivel fan videos that I think you will all enjoy! In case you lose the link to this post, a permanent link to these videos is now included in the fan videos section under videos in the main navigation above.
Andres “Andy” Esquivel’s public defender filed a motion with the second district court of Davis County on Wednesday formally requesting to be released from the case. In the filing Mr. Albright described Andy’s actions as “repugnant” and stated that the attorney client relationship had been “irreparably damaged” by Andy’s pretrial activity. This is EXACTLY what we stated would be the reason for Albright’s departure when we first learned about it from the court last week. The trouble with Andy, besides the fact that he’s a pathological lying sociopath, a dead-beat dad, and a convicted felon, is the fact that he doesn’t know when to shut up! This is the SECOND attorney that Andy has driven away by his psychosis and if he is not careful he will end up having to represent himself in this case because no competent attorney will represent him. Albright has nominated conflict attorney Julie George to represent Andy for the duration of the trial.
The memorandum filed with the court on Wednesday states the following:
Utah Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 1.16 (b) (4) states that where representation has commenced, the lawyer shall withdraw from the representation of a client if “the client insists upon taking action that the lawyer considers repugnant or with which the lawyer has a fundamental disagreement”.
- Mr. Esquivel has recorded conversations I have had with him. His recordings include conversations taken place at the courthouse, on the telephone, text messages and include conversations defendant had with my investigator Carl Hurst.
- Most, if not all, of these conversations and text messages have been posted on the internet. These conversations have also been sent to news outlets, reporters, business associates of Mr. Esquivel and to the case prosecutor, Nathan Lyon.
- One of Mr. Esquivel’s associates is Allen Brady. On the 16th of January Mr. Brady called me and set up a meeting with Mr. Esquivel, Mr. hurst, and myself. Mr. Esquivel did not show up, but Mr. Brady did.
- Two days after we met with Mr. Brady, Mr. Esquivel posted on the internet under the subject heading “Why was Allen Brady threatened” (a copy of what was posted is attached). Mr. Esquivel states that we threatened Mr. Brady not to testify.
- Later on page 2, Mr. Esquivel talks about a video he has whereby I talk to him about the evidence of the case.
I have found the actions of Mr. Esquivel repugnant and obviously have a fundamental disagreement with him recording attorney client conversations and posting them on the internet and specifically sending them to news outlets, reporters, and the prosecutor in the case. Because of the above actions the attorney-client relationship has been irreparably damaged to the point that counsel can no longer provide effective assistance.
William J. Albright
Mr. Albright then attached a psychotic, rambling email from Andy in which he goes on and on about Allen Brady testifying and about the $100,000 he stole from Melissa Garr. The email states:
Mr. hurst all my witnesses, you know the ones you guys have not called, have spoken with Allen Brady the man that was called to Bountiful 01/17/13 and threatened not to testify & you guys can’t tell Allen to stop recording especially in Bountiful where they attacked us! All Xtagged owners have asked for my attorneys phone number provided in this video for Xtagged owners & media ONLY that’s why the video is unlisted: http://youtu.be/t4S4WDr2PDg
but most Xtagged owners say they are writing letters to judge Connors including Allen Brady. I asked them to wait until I have my meeting with you & Albright over Skype this coming week!
Every time Holje or Albright have presented so called evidence I shot it DOWN! I recorded Brian Davis laugh about $100,000 he had and Melissa Garr supposedly gave me listen to my attorney http://youtu.be/t4S4WDr2PDg
FYI- the new so called evidence you hear public defender talk about in video above was also shot down call Allen Brady asap he has all details. Ryion’s checks prove he scammed Logan Laws look http://youtu.be/-iGbB11Sdt8
So Andy and his brainless accomplice Allen Brady have done it again. No doubt Andy’s first attorney Michael Holje resigned the case for similar reasons. We’ve seen in emails provided by Andy Esquivel himself that Michael Holje was concerned about evidence that he stole $100,000 from Melissa Garr, and it’s clear that this evidence is damning enough to rattle Andy into driving away another lawyer! Obviously there is some truth to Ms. Garr’s allegations if Andy continues to go completely insane every time the question is raised by his own attorneys.
Why is Allen Brady still so involved in these proceedings anyway? Doesn’t he realize after all this time that he isn’t helping Andy in the least? Everything he’s done to try to help Andy in this case has only made things worse! He began by claiming against all reason that Ryion Butcher and I would be facing eminent jail time in this case (in which we’re not even defendants), bragged that the case was being moved to Colorado for some reason, spent thousands of dollars he didn’t have paying for an attorney who subsequently quit because he realized Andy was guilty, and now has so inflamed tensions between Andy and his public defender that Andy is left without legal representation in a felony fraud case that could carry up to 25 years in prison for Andy if he’s convicted! If ever a brainless monkey walked the Earth in the clothes of a human being it must be Allen Brady…the man has the intellectual capacity of a grape!
To say the least, Tuesday’s pre-trial hearing should be interesting. The court will appoint Andy a new public defender and that attorney must figure out a way to keep her client under wraps until trial. She also needs to put Allen Brady in his place and convince the Judge that Andy Esquivel is mentally competent to stand trial…whew! Talk about having your work cut out for you.
Good luck with that Julie. Personally I think you should file a gag order against Andy and enter a GUILTY plea on his behalf. I don’t know how Andy would pay restitution to his victims, but at least he’d be out of everybody’s hair for a little while.
While shuffling through old videos, I found one I’d almost forgotten about. It’s Andy’s King Christ video in which he talks about his new religious movement and it’s associated charities.
This video is especially educational because Andy touches on so many of his numerous scams. He briefly touches on his e-cigarette and then brags that 50% of the proceeds are going to his fake Karma Cause charity. He also brags that used e-cigarettes sold through his now defunct Wiser E-Cig company would be refurbished and donated to homeless shelters (because they’re all just dying to get their hands on more e-cigarettes).
Next Andy talks about his fake Wiser Eyes HD sunglasses, which are actually MyVu Solo EV video glasses and are of course not actually HD at all. I think it’s hilarious how Andy thinks a weak photo-paint job on the MyVu solo product image can fool people, but whatever. He goes on to mention that the sunglasses are 1080p, which of course the MyVu’s are not. The irony is that Andy can’t even afford to buy a pair of MyVu’s to show off in this video – he has to rely on images swiped from eBay.
Andy goes on a rant about how he’s going to personally rebuild Solomon’s temple (and Herrod’s temple because he apparently doesn’t know the difference) and allow people to walk through the temple in HD with the Wiser Eyes Sunglasses so the temples will “never be torn down again.” The funny thing about this of course is that the movement is called “King Christ” and one of the main teachings of Christ is that we don’t need to go to a physical temple to worship God because God lives in all of us – even pathological lying sociopaths with felony records like Andy.
Finally Andy rounds out his rant by bragging about the Chimera phone, which of course never materialized, and how it along with Andy’s other fake companies, bogus charities and imaginary technologies is going to change the world. At the top of the video you can see that all these world changing, beginning with the launch of the Wiser Eyes Temple, were supposed to have happened last December 21st. The Karma Cause website also mentions the magical December 21st date and claims to kick off the world change campaign with a million dollar donation to humanity (from a guy who can’t even afford to pay his back child support).
I wish Andy would give us an update on all his fake charities and how many people they’ve saved. Maybe he can preach to us from the witness box at his own fraud trial – I’m sure that will impress the judge and the jury. Hey Andy, if you’re reading this (and I know you are) don’t forget to have your lawyer tell everybody how many lives you could save if they just ignored all the money you stole and let you go free.
Andy Esquivel’s scams never cease to amaze me. Few things are as entertaining as debunking this scumbag’s ridiculous claims and revealing the extent of his psychosis.
The latest example is Andy’s claim that he’s sold the rights to the “Xtagged movie” to film producer Brian Doubleday (Producer of 1999 blockbuster ‘Instinct’, early 1990s hit television series ‘Venturing’, & 2008 documentary ‘Big River Blues’). As evidence of the current production of this eminent documentary, which Andy hints will be bigger than “The Social Network” because he claims to have retained the ‘Facebook lawyers from the film’ to represent him, Andy has been broadcasting links to a 60 second video in which he tells part of his story.
It’s an impressive video…well produced, excellent photography, etc. There’s only one problem – anybody in the Denver area with 15 minutes to burn can buy the same video from Brian Doubleday for $99! It’s actually a terrific deal…here is the text form Brian’s “Greenworks Video” website to illustrate:
The $99 Video Bio!
Video Bios are rapidly taking the place of text bio on sites such as Linkedin, Facebook, and an ever increasing number of other social media sites. With a 60 second video bio, you can easily tell everyone who you are, what you’ve accomplished, and give them a real sense of your personality as well.
Here’s how it works:
Call Brian Doublday at our studio (303-728-9574) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your bio shoot in our studio. Once you agree about a time to come in, he’ll talk to you about what to say, and ask you to write it out and email it to him.We’ve reserved our studio every weekday from noon until 1PM for shooting these bios. Your script will be loaded into our teleprompter (no memorization is necessary!) you’ll come in and have 15 minutes of studio time to get it done.When you walk out, you’ll have a professionally produced video bio, with your name and title (if you want) on the screen. What could be better (or more affordable at just $99) than that!
Here’s the latest video link from Andy Esquivel. In this video Andy shows off a single legitimate endorsement on the fake Linked-In profile he created in Steve’s name and then brags that Steve Klemark (who probably isn’t even speaking to Andy anymore considering Andy is on trial for fraud and the Denver PD has strict rules about employees associating with criminals) is the next Steve Jobs. Andy then claims that this blog is responsible for Steve Klemark’s wife’s attempted suicide, which is an interesting stretch, and hints at the end of his rant that case #111701135 may not even go to trial (presumably because Andy will finally plead “guilty” to all charges). Trial is currently set for late February.
This is a quickie sent to me by my attorney Adam Platt and I thought it would be fun to share.
Here’s the latest video from the morons who follow Andy Esquivel from state to state. It’s absolutely HILARIOUS!!!
The basic premise of this video, if you watch the whole thing, is that Andy started a club called “Phe Playground” back in 2007 or something. The club was perfect for Xtagged because you could look out it’s windows and see people’s license plate numbers as they arrived (in the dark). My wife and I supposedly went to this club because I was a part of Xtagged (never paying a cover) and then I was supposedly “fired” form Xtagged by Allen Brady in 2007 never to return. Andy had great times running Playground and it had tremendous potential, but I (Daryl Acumen) had it shut down. Now that Shar Jenkins has gone to the Utah SEC (Actually the Utah Department of Securities) and told them the truth, the securities fraud case against Andy is in the toilet and Xtagged and Playground will be returning to Utah! People will fly from miles around to see the new club and Andy and Shar will be famous.
The TRUTH is much different.
Playground started life as Suede, a great Jazz club in Park City. When Suede finally closed it’s doors after years in business, a couple of guys bought the lease and the liquor license with money loaned to them by their mother. The club was actually pretty cool, but never really took off. Early on, Andy Esquivel approached the new owners about Xtagged and said he was going to hold all sorts of huge Xtagged events in the venue to drive traffic. About this time same Andy approached me about having my website PartyUtah.com promote Xtagged and the Xtagged events. Even thought I didn’t think much of Xtagged (or Andy), I agreed because it would give me an excuse to meet the owners of the new Playground.
I went to the Playground twice. The first time was just to look around and to meet the owners. I guess Andy conned the owners into thinking I was somehow connected with him because he got really upset when I talked to them about my website on my own, saying I “embarrassed him” because he’d already hooked me up. I told Andy very plainly that although I appreciated the introduction, NOBODY represented PartyUtah.com but me and I would not under any circumstances allow him to “negotiate” some sort of relationship with a club on my behalf or allow him to interfere with my efforts to reach out to club owners.
The second event was supposed to be a big Xtagged party, but was in fact a complete bust. Andy bragged that he’d bought a dozen big screen TVs for the club, which I found suspicious, and brought one from home as an example. He had three or four friends in that night, but otherwise it was dead. At the back bar I remember most vividly being approached by Allen Brady, who confided that he was beginning to think Andy was a “fraud” and completely full of crap. I agreed, but didn’t say so publicly. All I said in reply that sometimes startups feel like cons in the beginning and that I was sure everything would work out just fine. I then spent some time talkign to DJ Panama and left when it was obvious that nobody would be showing up. This was the ONLY time I ever talked to Allen Brady about Xtagged at Playground. The idea that he somehow “fired” me from Xtagged that or any other night is ridiculous, since I already had a job and would NEVER have agreed to “sign up” for a venture like Xtagged to begin with (even if I didn’t suspect that it was a scam).
I never went to Playground again because I didn’t see a reason to. Photographer Eric Hamilton shot an event with Tommy Lee at the club a few months later and licensed the photos to Party Utah, but he later confessed that Andy had talked him into shooting for free in exchange for shares in his fake company. Somewhere in there Andy claims to have conned the owners of Playground into giving him 10% ownership of the club in exchange for a percentage of Xtagged. The terms of the agreement change depending on what year you ask Andy about the transaction – at one point he claimed to have given the owners of Playground exclusive rights to Xtagged in Utah, which of course he’d already sold to Club Bogeys in Ogden.
Playground lasted less than a year. They didn’t even survive long enough or make enough money to remove the “Suede” logo from the floor at the club’s entrance. It was a nice place with potential, but Park City is a tough market and most club owners in Utah over-estimate the revenue potential of their ventures and burn out before they really reach their stride.
The idea (blurted out in this video by Shar Jenkins as if it was an obvious fact) that I had something to do with Playground failing is ridiculous. The idea that Andy Esquivel could re-open the club is even more so! The DABC isn’t giving out new liquor licenses right now, and they CERTAINLY wouldn’t give a license to a convicted felon who’s on trial for securities fraud. Even if Andy COULD get a liquor license in Utah, he’s so broke that he could never afford the lease, much less the utilities and improvements required to open a club – he probably couldn’t even come up with the cash for the door cover without help from one of his brainless minions. If you want proof, look what happened to Andy’s crappy little attic office in Denver.
The new legal name of Xtagged is ‘111701135’ and it’s CEO is about to get a number of his own. My advice to Andy is to either take a plea bargain now, or prepare for a very long stay in Davis County Utah.
Here are Andy’s newest videos. These brainless rants were forwarded to so called “supporters” over the last few weeks and came to us because of a ‘fatal flaw’ in Digital Internet DNA technology which we were able to discover with the help of friends we have inside the CIA.
The first video is Andy Esquivel showing off many of his very fake products. It’s actually quite hilarious! Among the “inventions” he displays are the ridiculous “car cover” which is really a length of bubble wrap with an orange rope threaded through it. Noticably absent is the black 2012 Hyundai Veloster anti-spy wrap which Andy took a picture of and claimed was a prototype undergoign high-speed testing in Arizona.
Andy also displays an aluminum water bottle with a Buzz/Wiser sticker on it (the only one of it’s kind in the world). Once again absent is a sample ‘case’ of the energy drink which Andy claims to have sold thousands of. Notice how Andy keeps the water bottle in a protective case. This is to protect the only example of this fake energy drink every produced.
Andy also spends some time showing off the Samsung Galaxy tablet he purchased because he couldn’t afford an iPad. This time he doesn’t bother to don the magic fingernail polish however to show off the touchless typing capability.
Finally Andy shows off the e-cigarettes he bought in bulk from China and had private labeled. Again absent are the laser attachments which Andy pretended to have displayed at a grand launch in a casino with the imaginary supporter “Gary Thebus” looking on in amazement.
The second video is Andy trying to explain how a fight in Bountiful (which he plead guilty to disorderly conduct charges for) was actually part of a grand conspiracy theory involving shady characters in the Davis county government, or the FBI or something like that. It’s pretty funny too, especially the part where Andy claims he is too good to pay for his own bail and so was morally compelled to have Ron Kelsay and Alan Brady pay it for him.
Andy’s a pretty funny guy, but even funnier are brainless minions like Alan Brady and Ron Kelsay who follow him around as if he were Jim Jones. Hopefully Andy keeps posting videos like this because they’re helping prove what an idiot he is. Soon felony fraud charges will also show the world what a con he is on top of it.
In this video, Andy goes into extensive detail about his side of what’s happened with Xtagged and Wiser Technology over the last several years. It’s an amazing collection of lies and distortions coming straight form the mind of a pathological lying sociopath, but it’s very interesting to watch. Andy even claims he created the Xtagged scam for his twin kids in Utah – the ones he owes over $15,000 in back child-support for.
Every crazy thing Andy has every said is reiterated in this video. This is a pretty good review of what Andt will try to say at the pre-trial hearing on June 19th to save his skin ant probably at trial. The video is over a half an hour and makes you wonder why people like Andy and Steve Klemark are walking the streets instead of locked up in padded cells with lots of medication and professional supervision. This is an example of why the liberalization of out-patient mental health is not necessarily a good thing.
At long last Andy has released a new video! This one is particularly entertaining because Andy covers the full range of his psychosis and spins an imaginary web of conspiracy theories and deception to try to make it seem as if he really was once a legitimate businessman, but that shadowy forced (led of course by me) have surrounded him with lies and deceit to bring him to trial unjustly.
In the process Andy reveals what we’ve all known for months: Wiser E-Cigarette Colorado is no more. All you have to do is go to the WiserElectronicCigarettes.com website to know that! The site’s been offline for months and “WiserMan” has stopped making embarrassing videos! Since Wiser E-Cigarettes were the only product Andy had that he could even plausibly claim to be re-selling, we can deduce that Wiser Technology is now defunct as well. None of our contacts in Colorado have spotted any more disguised Hyundai Veloster prototypes undergoing high-altitude testing and and even “Wiser Water” has vanished from supermarket shelves, so it must be true. Occupy Denver is defunct now, so that means Karma Cause must have been abandoned also – which means no $1,000,000 dollar check for the poor this Christmas. ORS Colorado says Andy hasn’t paid a dime of child support since they found him, which means Andy has no money and no job! When will this guy finally admit that he’s a total failure as a human being, get some honest work, and start paying his bills?
Anyway, here are the video highlights:
All these videos of course beg the question: Why does Andy bother? He’s on trial for securities fraud – does he really think posting more and more ridiculous videos is going to somehow help his case? Who does he think is watching, besides the small community of us who enjoy laughing at him? I guess the real question is; if Andy knew how pathetic these videos make him look, would he still be making them?
The audio transcript of Andy Esquivel’s Felony Securities Fraud preliminary hearing and his subsequent arraignment on three felony counts of Securities Fraud is now available here.
After the hearing was over, Andy walked out of the courtroom and confronted his followers who were forced to wait outside and who had no idea what had just happened in the courtroom. Watch this [VIDEO] of Andy trying to put a good spin on the fact that he was just indicted on three felony counts of securities fraud. It’s really fun to watch a master con artist and pathological liar at work.
I know this will come as a SHOCK to some of you reading this blog, but Andy Esquivel recently posted a new YouTube video in which he claims that (get this) Xtagged wasn’t a scam after all!
Wow, what a relief! I had no idea. Damn, well I guess Andy can fire Michael Holje now and we can all go home…NOT!!!
As ‘proof’ for his assertion that Xtagged wasn’t a scam, Andy points to a password protected link on his Wiser Technology tombstone website which he says contains documents which PROVE that even though Xtagged never legally existed, it somehow legally existed – did you follow that? No? Ok, let’s try again…
In order for a company to legally exist, it must be registered with the Secretary of State of the state in which is chooses to do business. Oh, and it should probably have a business license to go with that registration. Xtagged, Inc. never had a business license, and was never registered in either Colorado or Utah. That means Xtagged Inc. never existed except in the imagination of Andy Esquivel.
Just to be clear for those of you who are still confused: just because Andy Esquivel pretends that a company exists, that doesn’t make it so. 😉
So, Andy has these fraudulent documents which he claims prove the impossible, but they’re hidden behind a password protected link that he’s only given to the multitudes of journalists, who couldn’t care less about him because none of them ever show up to any of his court hearings, and he expects those of us who aren’t out of our minds to believe him? …uh-huh, that’s what I said.
Anyway, in Andy’s video, he goes on and on about how he warned everybody that Xtagged wasn’t fake (as if that somehow makes the company real) and points to an email he sent in which he tells everybody this months ago. He even claims to have told the SEC (by which he means the Utah department of Securities). Gee, I wonder why the Davis County Prosecutor decided to go ahead with the case when Andy had sent out this email saying he wasn’t a scam after all? The Utah Department of Securities investigator must feel like a fool for missing Andy’s email telling him that the whole investigation was a waste of time. All Andy has to do is show that warning email to the Judge on the 21st and I’m sure it’ll all be over. Good luck with that Andy!
Esquivel even digs out an old email my mother wrote when she was still completely delusional and hanging on Andy’s every word. My mother later apologized for the email and admitted that everything in it was a lie, but that doesn’t deter Andy. Beckie even tried to make up for her part in Andy’s various scams by sending hundreds of pages of incriminating documents to be used against Andy in his pending fraud case (see Beckie Speaks for a sample), but again Andy is undeterred.
All-in-all it’s a pretty sad video. Andy is obviously out of steam and grabbing at straws to try to save his pride. I guess facing felony fraud charges and an eminent indictment can really weigh on a guys psyche. No matter, it’ll all be over soon. All Andy has to do is plead ‘guilty’ and he might be able to avoid spending the next several years in a Utah state prison.
…or he can just go into hiding for ten years like he did when he was charged with 2nd degree felony burglary of a dwelling in Weber county back in 1988 and just hope the whole thing blows over before he’s 50.
Personally I think this is one of Andy’s stupidest videos. It’s definitely his most daring! Here Andy actually tries to manipulate the key witnesses in his securities fraud trial on camera with promises that they will all be millionaires if they keep their fake shares. It’s unbelievable that someone facing felony charges for fraud would publicly attempt to manipulate key witnesses in the case against him and promise them money if they continued to buy into the scam.
Andy begins this video by claiming that he is not the manipulator, I am. This a pretty bold claim considering he’s on trial for manipulation and I am not.
40 seconds into the video Andy brags that there’s a multi-million dollar lawsuit int he works and suggests that if the witnesses against him cooperate, they will be able to share the spoils. This is absolutely insane! First of all, Andy doesn’t have the resources to file such a lawsuit, second he has no grounds for such a lawsuit since he has no intellectual property and never filed a patent for any of his ridiculous ideas, third Andy’s only attorneys are criminal lawyers trying to keep him out of jail, and finally trying to bribe witnesses with promises that they will share in a multi-million dollar lawsuit if they play ball is criminal!
At :55 Andy claims that my mother and I were hired by some unnamed masked man to discredit Andy. That’s an odd claim considering I haven’t spoken to my mother in years and I already have a job (Andy it must be noted does not).
1:05 Andy claims that he’s not angry at the Utah victims for stealing their money and that this all his rants over the last three years were simply to collect data for Steve Klemark’s mythical Digital Internet DNA project. In other words, Andy never meant to look like a nut, it was all just a setup for me.
1:25 Andy claims that he will be bringing 20 – 40 people to Utah for his criminal trial instead of the half dozen brainless minions he brought to his preliminary hearing. He then says that he’s been trying to get in touch with the ‘District Attorney’ to make arrangements to pay the Utah victims back, even though the Prosecutor told Andy that doing so would not stop the criminal case against him and he didn’t need to go through the courts to do it.
2:00 into the video, Andy begins going through his collection of Linked In connections and bragging that they imply some sort of broad media coverage and legitimacy on his part. He thinks that having a connection to a recruiter for Linked In means he’s endorsed by the company. He shows a Linked In connection between Steve Klemark and the Mayor of Denver (not surprising since he’s a state employee) and uses that to ‘prove’ that Steve Klemark is more than a low-level IT guy at the Denver PD. Andy actually spends two whole minutes ranting about how a few Linked In connections proves he’s famous, which only shows how little Andy knows about social media.
4:15 into the video Andy begins ranting about how Mitch Thrower is a Billionaire (he is not) and how he found a fatal flaw in Bump.com and somehow that has something to do with Andy and Xtagged. This segment is mostly senseless babble which makes little sense, but Andy uses the fog to allude to some sort of connection to Thrower and to imply that this somehow validates Xtagged or his lawsuit or something.
Now the fun part! Startign at about 5:00 in the video, Andy turns the spin up to 11. he starts by asserting one more time that he SOLD Xtagged and that if the Utah victims keep their fake percentages in a legally nonexistent company and let him keep their money, they will all become millionaires! not only that, but they’ll also be asked by mentally incapacitated stoner Allen Brady to tour the country and speak on countless college campuses telling the story of how they were manipulated by me. You have to be really high or really stupid to fall for this garbage, but Andy keeps spinning it as if it’s the gospel straight from the lord on high. He once again asserts that the last two years of senseless rants on his part were merely to smoke me out and to gather data for Steve Klemark’s mythical Digital DNA technology. Wow!
At 5:45 in the video, Andy announces that he’s fired Leonard Martinez for collaborating with me. He goes on and on about Leonard giving me his “discovery,” even though the Davis County courts have NO RECORD of Leonard Martinez ever requesting discovery and the first recorded request for such didn’t occur until December 8th, long after this video was recorded, by Michael Holje!
To me, this video is simply amazing! It clearly illustrates how stupid Andy Esquivel is and proves that up until this video was made he was not receiving competent legal counsel. NOBODY in their right mind who was facing felony fraud charges facing fraud charges would post a video like this on Youtube and any attorney who advised his client to do so would surely be guilty of malpractice. Aside from the signed notarized fraud documents Andy used to defraud his victims, I think this video is probably the most damning piece of evidence against him.
At 6:10, Andy begins thumping his chest and claiming that the SEC (Andy has never spoken to the SEC) has promised him a federal investigation and he welcomes it. He says he’s hired a lawyer that everybody would be surprised to find out who it was. of course the lawyer turned out to be Michael Holje, a associate attorney at a law firm in Salt Lake nobody had ever heard of.
This is one of Andy Esquivel’s first slight-of-hand fake product videos and it’s hilarious!
Andy begins by showing you a Samsung Instinct box then flips it over to reveal (dramatic pause0 a silver Xtagged sticker! Having a sticker on a box obviously means it’s a bundled product, right?
he goes on to explain that Xtagged is now shipping with the Samsung Instinct phone from Sprint and begins showing you how it works.
With a magical mix of photos stored in his phone and a savvy flip over to the built in web browser, Andy tries to convince the viewer that all he has to do it point the phone at someone’s Xtagged badge and the phone’s “secret formula freezes the shot and automatically takes you to” the persons Xtagged profile.
Only a complete idiot (like Allen Brady) would fall for this pathetically transparent trick, but Andy seems excited about it nonetheless. It takes either someone who is completely insane or really high to believe that anyone out there would fall for this sort of thing, but Andy does. He even goes on to explain that ‘recruiters’ can use the technology to stop ‘pedophiles’ from posing as something. i dind’t quite understand that part of the pitch, but Andy is excited about it anyway.
In this video, Andy Esquivel has Ron Kelsay on the phone and they’re bragging that Ron and Ryion have come to a settlement in the case against Andy. They claim that Ron has negotiated the repayment of the roughly $20,000 that Andy stole from Ryion, Kyle and Chris in exchange for something, but not sure what.
In the video Andy griped that I’m trying to manipulate the settlement when I correctly pointed out online that Andy paying the Utah victims back would not stop the criminal charges pending against him from moving forward and would have little impact on the felony case against him. In spite of my malicious blogging however, Andy claims that his real enemy is me (Daryl) and that Ryion and the reast were really cool guys.
Here’s the rub: Andy didn’t have the money to pay Ryion, Kyle or Chris back and frankly this was all just an elaborate show to convince Ron Kelsay (a gullible convicted felon Andy picked up in Denver) that he was legitimate. Ryion never expected to get paid back and neither did the other Utah victims, but they went along with the charade in case Andy was desperate enough to prove himself not to be a fraud that he actually found the money somewhere and gave it back to them.
In the end (of course) there was no money. Andy found some excuse to push back the payment deadline and then to claim that the deal was off. All this was really immaterial, but it’s an amusing example of Andy trying to prove himself to someone who hasn’t yet figured out he’s a scam and going to the extreme length of saying that someone he’s been lambasting for three years is “really a cool guy,” only to change his mind when the ‘cool guy’ proves once again that Andy is a fraud.
This is one of my favorites because it shows how transparent Andy’s scams can be. In this video, Andy has purchased a new Samsung Galaxy slate and tries to pass it off as a new Wiser product.
First (at :34) Andy asks you to notice that there are only fingerprints on half of his screen (like most slates) and he says “there’s a reason for that.” The ‘reason’ has NOTHING to do with the fact that the touch keyboard on most slates when holding them in profile mode only covers that portion of the screen…that would be too obvious. Andy instead claims that the reason for the fingerprint position is his new black fingernail polish which he uses to control the screen.
Here’s where it gets HILARIOUS!!! Andy brings up a slide-show of his daughter using built in photo player and begins waving his finger back and forth across the screen to make anyone with an IQ too low to know better think that he’s controlling the shifting image with his finger.
Andy claims that this new “invention” will make it unnecessary to ‘type’ on the Wiser Page (Samsung Galaxy) screen…which even if the whole demonstration weren’t completely bogus, would be a stupid product idea! Imaging, all you have to do is twinkle your fingers over the slate screen like a gay man (no offense to my homosexual friends) to type on the screen? Yea, that makes sense! How do I make sure I hit the right key? Um…
Next Andy pitches a revolutionary new Velcro strap custom made for Wiser Technology (you can see the Velcro professionally attached to the back of the Galaxy tablet earlier in the show) and tries to explain why it’s more revolutionary than…a Velcro strap.
Finally Andy shows off his daughter with the Wiser strap, pad, thing and claims they have exercise software manufacturers working on apps for doing crunches. I still can’t figure out how an Android app would help you do crunches, but… Apparently the Wiser Pad is going to be larger than the Samsung Galaxy tablet, even though it IS a Samsung Galaxy tablet, so you can fit a full keyboard, which the Galaxy already has.
All proceeds from the $15 Velcro strap will go towards Andy’s fake Karma Cause charity, which is very reassuring. Andy then tries to explain where the $499 for the Wiser Pad will go, but I guess his battery ran out first.
This is Andy’s Fox 13 interview for SingleAndDating.info, the precursor to Xtagged.com. It’s a nice interview full of testimonials and such and Andy used it to con investors out of their money later on. The thing that makes this video so funny (and the reason it makes our “dumbest Videos” list) is the SECOND part of the segment, which most people never bother to watch.
In the second part of the segment, Fox 13 interviews officials from the Salt Lake Police Department who warn about the DANGERS of using Andy’s dating website!
They correctly point out that:
The police department does not mention that Andy didn’t have the permission of the Utah DMV to use license plate images on his website, but that’s an important consideration also.
This Andy’s Thumb Scan video. In this ridiculous display of Andy’s delusional mental state, he pretends to have invented an app called “Bluetooth-Profiler” that scans your fingerprint, and can start your car after verifying your identity. The app even claims (look closely at the text on the phone) to “stop theft, sex offenders, and aid the FBI and CIA” at doing what it is they do.
This video is ridiculous for several reasons:
First of all, Andy is using an app that already exists called the ‘CSI App’ that doesn’t ACTUALLY read your fingerprint, but can be downloaded form the Apple App Store for a few bucks. Ryion downloaded his own copy and laughed his butt off.
Second, Andy is clearly using a remote starter hidden in his pocket (or being used by a friend standing nearby) to start the car. This is an obvious trick, especially to someone who has a remote starter…like me. We actually have images of the remote starter Andy used. My attorney downloaded it from Andy’s Xtagged website.
Finally, even if this app were for real, it wouldn’t make any sense! A remote starter app that reads your fingerprints (this generation iPhone isn’t sensitive enough to read a fingerprint) is one thing, but how exactly does a remote starter stop sex offenders? How would a remote starter, even one with fingerprint identification, aid the CIA? To suggest the FBI is already a stretch, but to say the CIA means that Andy has completely lost his marbles!
…and what does all this have to do with blue-tooth?
You can watch Andy try this trick again in the daylight in this video.
This is Andy Esquivel’s famous Mariah Carey video. In this video Andy is drunk and jumping around his mother’s living room pretending to wave a can of the new energy drink in his hands. He’s standing in front of the projected image of a Youtube video of Mariah Carey speaking at an awards show in Palm Springs. The video has credits on it identifying it’s source and Andy has taken aluminum foil to the wall where the images is projected to obscure those credits.
In the video, Andy claims that he’s in the home of one of his rich and “spoiled” investors watching this video on a “really big screen.” Of course this is one of Andy’s many fantasies. You can see the shadow of his mother’s ceiling fan on the image projected on the wall and it’s obvious he’s using a laptop projector. We also know this is his mother’s house because he walks you through it in this video which gives a clearer image of the living room and the projector used. A video walk-through of the upstairs can be found here. In the walk-through videos, Andy’s daughter’s toy car can clearly be seen in a corner, Andy’s car is in the parking lot, you get a view of the room where the towing video was shot so once again it’s clear this place is not owned by a rich investor.
When Andy first sent me this ridiculous video, I was so upset that I told him never to send garbage like this again:
Dude, that’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen in my life! Please don’t waste my time with crap like that anymore. I’m very busy these days.
Steve Klemark supposedly responded with the following:
You Have Been removed from Xtagged mail list! Dude my name is Steve as it read at the bottom of your email. And know that i see your from UTAH, I need to no longer wounder why Andy left There! But i will wounder why. Andy wants to buy party Utah, now That i Know who you are, and will see about that, I can build him same site For pennies on the dollar or get one of the many temples out there. and name it Utahwhatever, See its not nice to be a You, Dude This is for charity, you know the thing that partyutah.com could have built from being that all your sites about is bars clubs you know Napkin nights sort of thing. you could have applied free taxi service to your site, where people could have logged on to your site to get free taxi service! OK Now i just figured out why Andy wanted your site. And proper men do not sent emails with swear words, we are a family based company because of the safety aspect of site And Buzz/wiser the commercial that would have aired on your site teaches kids responsibility unlike 1995 Budweiser’s that taught kids to remember Budweiser when they turn 21. so just so you know we have been getting positive feedback from this, you are the only negative feedback THX.
P.S ASS-WISER Will be available soon near YOU! Its guaranteed to make you think of other people than yourself!
Good Day Sir Ass-A-Lot!
Steve K co-owner of Xtagged and hopefully soon Buzz/Wiser!
No need to email me back until you have taken your dose of ASS-WISER, Wow i am still in shock of who you are and that this is forrrrr! charity period. God Bless
After I received this ranting, crazy email from Andy pretending to be Steve Klemark, I knew I was dealing with a nut! It was at this time that I began researching Andy to see if he was for real and found Ryion Butcher’s blog. A full breakdown of this email exchange can be found in this document compiled by my mother, who was pretending to be the Xtagged CEO at the time.
Here’s another stupid Andy video. Here Andy once again claims to have sold Xtagged, the fake company he used to scan several Utah investors out of tens of thousands of dollars, but he does so in the shape of a frog while announcing the launch of a fake energy drink. This is Andy’s second most hilarious video ever (the Mariah Carey video takes the award there) but it’s one of our lost favorites.
Enjoy this gem while we prepare other classics for upload!
Well, we’ve finally located Andy’s dumbest and most revealign video. I call this the “Healthcare Video” because about 5 minutes into it, Andy claims that he’s using 51% of the profits from the scam to fix healthcare. This is about the time when Congress was debating Obama’s healthcare reform bill, so it goes to show Andy’s lack of creativity.
This video is the most telling of all Andy recordings because it was made before he realized he’d be open to the intense scrutiny of this blog or it’s predecessor massage board thread. In it he shows off his full lunatic glory by bragging with wild abandon about the millions of dollars he could be making without any regard for physical reality. Over time Andy’s videos became slightly (but not much) more restrained and he took a little (but not much) more care to make claims that weren’t as easy to invalidate.
To add to the fun of this video, I’ve decided to break the lies down by video timestamp. This will allow the viewer to jump to the funniest parts of the production without having to wait through other less interesting claims along the way.
Since he’s facing three felony counts of securities fraud, I think the answer is clear…”You are, Andy!”