Pathological lying sociopath and convicted felon Andy Esquivel continues to show the depths of his depravity with new and stunningly inappropriate emails to his victims. The following email (presented un-edited) was sent by Andy to one of his fraud victims via LinkedIn. The email claims that he, Steve Klemark (of the Denver Police Department), and Rebecca Dunn (former pretended CEO of Andy’s various scams) invented iPhone apps and other technologies under their fake shell company Wiser technology that could have prevented the Connecticut school shootings.
Claims like this one are not new. A few months back Andy likewise claimed to have invented technologies that could have prevented the Aurora Colorado theater shootings, which we called him out for as well. The depths of this scumbags depravity appear to know no bounds as he is now attempting to use the deaths of a score of children to bolster his defense against the securities fraud charges he now faces and to influence the witnesses against him.
The email follows:
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From: Andres Esquivel via LinkedIn <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, Dec 16, 2012 at 7:29 PM
Subject: Shootings- Steve klemark could have helped!!!
To: Chris Engelbrecht
Cc: Allen Brady <firstname.lastname@example.org>, John Steer <email@example.com>, Marali Madrid <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Arelis Diaz <email@example.com>, Rick Barber <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Eduardo Blancas <email@example.com>, Cynthia Bagué <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Don Bain <email@example.com>, Chue Berriel <ChueBerriel@yahoo.com>, Cheryl Lucero <Luceroc01@aol.com>
Andres Esquivel has sent you a message.
Subject: Shootings- Steve klemark could have helped!!!
Something like this OK Steve Klemark and Rebecca Dunn 2010 invented an app for an iphone that would tell you the difference between the sound of a bullet and the sound of a fire cracker but Steve went bigger a smoke alarm type device equipped with bluetooth so when bullet went off in theater not only would an alarm system sound in there but bluetooth emergency frequency would domino the alert every 30 feet showing people on Iphones where the gun went off but Steve went bigger designing bullets that make a distinct sound just by changing the shape of a bullet I don’t know what to do Steve Klemark is like Steve Jobs reborn Steve just vowed to bring down Daryl & Ryion and is consumed with that battle when he could be helping kids be safe I am at my wits end so I figured the media would know if this is important right because trust me I only told you what I can remember but it sounds important to me but maybe not. Elijah of Wisertechnology.com
Recently Andy Esquivel has taken to threatening his ex girlfriend (mother of two of his five kids – Andy is apparently not big on marriage) with fraud charges for, as he describes it, not reporting a $5,000 payment he made to her for ‘child support.’ Andy is using this distracting argument to deflect attention away form the fact that he currently owes nearly $20,000 in back child support to ORS and has no means to pay it.
The truth is very interesting. As it turns out, Andy is talking about money he received from Ryion Butcher to purchase 1% of a fake company called “Xtagged.” Ryion gave Andy the $5,000 check for his fictional 1% after signing a fraudulent contract given to him by Andy (this, by the way, is the dictionary definition of a “securities” transaction). Andy took the cashiers check and attempted to sign it over to his ex girlfriend, but she smelled fraud someplace in the mix and declined to accept the third party check from Ryion. Andy then asked his ex to meet him at a Cypress Credit Union in West Jordan where he cashed Ryion’s check and exchanged it for another cashiers check made out in her name. Andy now claims that this $5,000 check should have been reported to ORS as ‘child support’ and the fact that it wasn’t reflects some sort of deception on his ex-girlfriend’s part.
Unfortunately for Andy, the laws surrounding this series of transactions are very clear. First of all, it is Andy’s responsibility to communicate with ORS and to notify them of any child support payments he made to his ex. Without such paternal reporting, any monies paid to Andy’s ex are considered “gifts.” The fact that Andy has been hiding from ORS for years means that he gave up the ability to self report payments while he was out of contact. The only reason ORS ever even found Andy was because the administrators of this website provided them with his address, phone number, and a photo for spot identification. It doesn’t pay to run from your parental responsibilities – especially if you’re going to be loud about it.
Secondly, the fact that Andy diverted funds specifically entrusted to him by an ‘investor’ in a company (albeit a fake company) he claimed to be principle of is legally considered embezzlement and is further evidence of fraud! I wouldn’t be surprised if the prosecution calls Andy’s ex to testify in February for the purpose of describing the depths of Andy’s criminal activity in this case. In the legitimate business world, the idea of taking money from investors and giving it to your ex-girlfriend is unthinkable! Fortunately for Andy, he’s already on trial for felony securities fraud so the revelation can’t really make things much worse than they already are.
Finally, even if the judge in Andy’s January child support hearing decides to give him credit for the $5,000 he stole from Ryion Butcher to give to his ex-girlfriend against his existing liabilities, he still owes over $15,000 in back child support. Since Andy doesn’t have a job, is completely broke, and is on trial for a felony that will make it difficult for him to find legitimate employment in the future even if he manages to stay out of jail, the odds of him being able to satisfy this obligation are remote. It must suck to be a destitute con artist with no means to support your numerous, illegitimate children.
Maybe Andy will come to his senses soon, cop a plea to stay out of prison, and will find legitimate work somewhere. I know Walmart is hiring seasonal warehouse help this time of year. With a little luck, they’ll overlook Andy’s criminal past and give him a second chance at life.