Well, it’s official: Judge Connors today signed an order putting Andy on notice that his court probation is being revoked. The order to show cause states flatly that Andy has not complied with the terms of his probation, has not paid required restitution, has not complied with lawful court orders to provide financial disclosures and a plan to pay victims back, has shown nothing but contempt for the court and it’s officers, and now has 90 days to “show cause” why his probation should not be revoked.
If Andy cannot explain to the court why his probation should not be revoked by September 4th, 2018 at 8:30am, then the original sentence will be imposed on Andy and he will be facing up to five (5) years in prison for the two felony counts of securities fraud that he plead guilty to. No “misdemeanors”, no “payment plans”, no deals…period!
The court gave Andy a lot of rope. They put him on probation with AP&P, but he screwed that up by antagonizing probation officer after probation officer until Roman Hentish finally called him out on his crap. The court then agreed to court supervised probation, but Andy couldn’t handle that either. Now, it’s finally over.
Andy and his minions remain in denial. witness this recent post by one of Andy’s Facebook friends…
It is obvious from posts like this one that the delusions continue. Of course none of Andy’s cronies shows up for court onJune 5th, and even if they had, demanding that I be “called to court” would have done nothing to save Andy.
It is very likely that Andy Esquivel will eventually g to jail for his crimes. If he’d simply cooperated form the start, he’d already be released and he could g on with his life…but he didn’t. Andy still insists that he “didn’t sell no securities”, even though his court pleading clearly states that he did. The mental illness couldn’t be more clear.
And so we’re coming to the end of this saga. It’s been fun to write about, but I’m glad it’s almost over.