ETHICS COMPLAINT AGAINST DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF NCDOI CHRISTOPHER S. GUYANT

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I bring to everyone attention today about what I see as outright lies at the North Carolina Department of Insurance, and the “DIRECTOR” of the Criminal Investigations Division Christopher Shane Guyant. This person of so called integrity, SHOULD be held above the rest when people understand the position that he holds. He is “required”, not asked, to follow the laws of this State, yet when he is put to the test he lies just like everyone else, that is Deputy Commissioner and above at the North Carolina Department of Insurance.

I will submit the proof as follows, and I will now post my Ethics Complaint against Christopher Shane Guyant, just incase any accident befalls me. And yes I said that.

North Carolina State Ethics Commission 1324 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC. 2766-1324.

RE: Complaint against Christopher Shane Guyant

Deputy Commissioner in Charge of the Criminal Investigative Division. A Covered person under NCGS 138A-10 and under North Carolina State Ethics Act.

26 August 2016

Dear Grievance Commission;

Let me state up front that a “covered person” under the North Carolina Ethics Act, is in accordance with what I have read, is supposed to hold themselves above all others on knowing what is and what is not the truth, and what is covered under the laws of this state of North Carolina.

Especially, Christopher Shane Guyant. Since he is Deputy Commissioner, “DIRECTOR” in charge of the Criminal Investigations Division, “CID” of the North Carolina Department of Insurance. This person is supposed to be in charge of all of the Investigators under his control is he not? This question in itself will become apparent very shortly.

Let me start off with the following charges: “perjury” North Carolina General Statutes 14-209, 210, and 211 respectfully. States the following: “If any person shall willfully and corruptly commit perjury, on his oath or affirmation, in any suit, controversy, matter or cause, depending in any courts of the state, or in any deposition or affidavit taken pursuant to law, or in any oath or affirmation duly administered of or concerning any matter or thing whereof such person is lawfully required to be sworn or affirmed, every person so offending shall be punished as a Class F felon”.

I bring to the attention of the Ethics Commission, of my Federal Lawsuit’s “INTERROGATORIES” signed by Christopher Shane Guyant on page 4 of 4. Which states as follows; “Defendant Shane Guyant, being duly sworn, deposes and say’s that he has read the foregoing answers to the interrogatories, and that the same are true of his own knowledge, except as to those matters and things therein stated upon information and belief, and as to those matters, he verify believes them to be true”.

On page 1, of my interrogatories; Question # 1. “Did you participate, in any way either directly or indirectly, in the criminal investigation, arrest, or criminal prosecution of Plaintiff Pierce.

ANSWER.  “I am employed in the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) of the Department of Insurance which handles criminal investigations and prosecutions. CID investigators are experienced law enforcement officers who use judgement, in consultation with prosecuting attorneys, to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to bring a criminal charge. I became Director of CID on March 1, 2013. While the Director position has indirect supervisory authority over the investigators, each investigators has a direct supervisor who has familiarity with the investigators workload”.

Next question. If you did not participate, did you authorize, either expressly or impliedly, such an investigation, or arrest, or prosecution?

ANSWER. NO. Please see exhibit so named “GUYANT 1”.

Yet in accordance with emails dating back to January 4, 2013, stating that he was aware of an investigation of me, and involved, but here in a sworn statement under oath, he states his involvement only started March 1, 2013, Again I bring this Commission back to the previous statement under oath that stated “Did you participate, in any way either directly or indirectly”. I call this selective memory.

Having stated all of this I now bring this Commissions attention North Carolina General Statutes 14-209, “PERJURY”. Which states as follows; “If any person shall willfully and corruptly commit perjury, on his oath or affirmation, in any suit, controversy, matter or cause, depending in any of the courts of the state, or in any deposition or affidavit taken pursuant to law, or in any oath or affirmation duly administered of or concerning any matter or thing whereof such person is lawfully required to be sworn or affirmed, every person so offending shall be punished as a Class F felon. So marked “GUYANT 3”

I would then bring this Commissions attention to my exhibit marked “GUYANT 2”. Emails and correspondence from my public records request that clearly shows without doubt that Christopher Shane Guyant, did in fact know and had knowledge of my investigation and in fact participated in meetings and conversations with Rebecca Shigley and BOB Lission on 1/3/13.

Which brings me to my next question to the Ethics Commission. Here you have Christopher Shane Guyant, the Deputy Commissioner at the North Carolina Department of Insurance who is the Director of the Criminal Investigations Division, who clearly states under oath that he is and or was not involved, and has no knowledge of anything, about anything and for anything. These statements go beyond my belief of anything called an impartial and just system that we are supposed to be paying for as a citizen of North Carolina, besides that fact that I was falsely accused of Insurance FRAUD and in fact brought up on 108 False Felony Counts.

Anyone with any common sense knows that the DIRECTOR of, and of course management position is responsible for everyone under his supervision. But to have someone openly lie as Christopher Shane Guyant has done, under oath mind you, not knowing anything about anything and for anything is absurd.

Which brings me to state the obvious. If Mr. Christopher Shane Guyant has no control over the people that works directly under him, just why in the world is he in the position of Director of Criminal Investigations. It isn’t as thought he has thousands of employees under him.

I am demanding for the North Carolina Ethics Commission to bring punishment as they deem appropriate and necessary, but with my understanding that he should be criminally charged with perjury as a minimum and since he works at the North Carolina Department of Insurance, he is in my mind guilty of making false statements in accordance with North Carolina General Statutes 58-2-180. Which states the following: “If any person in any financial or other statement required by this chapter willfully misstates information, that person making to or subscribing the statement is guilty of a Class I felony”.

Apparently no one at the North Carolina Department of Insurance knows how to read, and follow the laws of this state, unless of course these same individuals are bringing false charges and lies against someone like myself.

I am demanding from the Ethics Commission a full and impartial investigation into these actions in accordance with North Carolina Ethics Law 138A. And I am searching for the truth that every citizen expects but rarely obtains from the State bodies such as the State Ethics Commission.

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