Judge Julio Cesar is never wrong
Trip Start Jul 12, 2010
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Julio Cesar, the judge of
the Labor court in Higuey finally spoke a sentence on the Appeal of
Xtreme Buggy, that they cannot be sentenced in a Case, they have never
been sued for.
This was the chance for
Julio Cesar to step back from his mistake that included Xtreme Buggy in a
Case they have never been accused to and that started when the Company
wasn’t even build.
It seems like decisions are mad just out of the blue.
It seems like that Judge,
lawyer & aguacil just cant resist that they have Gringos at hand,
who put money in the bank to get back things the aguacil Wanda Sosa took
without checking if they even belong to the company. Even if he and the
lawyer and the judge where mistaken! Why don’t do the job properly?
For those who don’t know , what this is about we will repeat.
In 2005 Damaso Rijo
Gonzales went to a Lawyer to claim that he was fired from Promarine, the
Watersports Bar inside the Catalonia Bavaro Hotel in Cabeza de Toro,
Punta Cana Dominican Republic, with out reason.
It came to a trial, where Promarine said, :” No he did not work for us, he worked for the Buggy’s”
Damaso Rijo Gonzales said:”
No that’s not true, I worked for Promarine and I got my orders from
Christian Schuster (who is the owner of Promarine)
Now the Judge said that Damaso Rijo Gonzales is entitle to a payment from Promarine & the Buggy company.
This was an error as we
know. The Buggy company never where sued, never where invited for
questioning, didn’t even know about the case until this summer. Earlier
we e posted a certification from the secretary of the Judge, who as well
stated that Xtreme Buggy was NEVER involved in this case.
The Xtreme Buggy company
(build in 2008) applied to be taken out of the sentenced as they never
where sued, not invited, not questions AND never where given the
possibility to defend themselves. This s a violation of Dominican Law.
But not to Judge Julio Cesar, who denied that a mistake was made.
Looks like in Higuey the Judge is above the Dominican Law.