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March 21, 2004


From: DEAFSPORTLAWSUIT - Mar 21, 2004

Note: A Part One story was published on March 3, 2004


Before Mr. Shlimovich handed out the videocassette to Mr. Nikolay Klimov on June 5, 2002, Mr. Klimov, Mr. Shlimovich and Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas considered each other as long time and trusted friends.

By meeting each other at a major social gathering of the deaf people in New York City, USA, on May 19, 2002, Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas personally requested Mr. Klimov, upon his return home to Moscow, to inform Mr. Shlimovich ( he is also a Moscow resident ) to immediately send the original of the videocassette to Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas. At that time Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas was still engaged in his ongoing and nasty lawsuit battle against the three CISS collaborators and anarchists - Dr. Ammons, Mr. Lovett and Mr.Jordan - before the USA District Court for the District of Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. It was Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas' intention to introduce the videocassette as a material evidence against the CISS anarchists before the court.

However, what Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas and Mr. Shlimovich did not know in advance was that Mr. Nikolay Klimov was indeed "a two-faced man." That is, he, like his son Slava, was an accomplice and informant for the three CISS anarchists, especially for Dr. Ammons.

During his visit to Washington, D.C., for his son Slava's May 17, 2002 Gallaudet University graduation exercises, a day earlier, that is, on May 16,2002, Mr. Nikolay Klimov clandestinely met with Dr. Ammons.

Would it be realistically fair to say that at that secret May 16, 2002 meeting an idea to "snatch away by all possible means"' the videocassette from Mr. Shlimovich was raised and discussed between the two ( during the Pinkhasov Pinchas-Ammons-Lovett-Jordan Interrogatories document exchange in the late part of October, 2002, Dr. Ammons acknowledged that "she met Nikolay Klimov on May 16, 2002 in her office at Gallaudet University" )?

In return, what kind of "a favor" did Mr. Klimov expect to receive from Dr. Ammons? Could it be possible that after their May 16, 2002 meeting Dr. Ammons promised to "reciprocate" Mr. Nikolay Klimov by using her influence in securing the job position for his son, Slava, at the campus of Gallaudet University?

Not only Mr. Klimov - by utilizing his sophisticated tactics of manipulation, shrewdness and chicanery - masterfully and skillfully succeeded in taking away the videocassette from Mr. Shlimovich on June 5, 2002, but he also did another "big favor" for Dr. Ammons:

on or about June 14, 2002, with Dr. Ammons' covert assistance and encouragement, he along with his Russian deaf sports colleague, Mr. Vladimir Galchenko ( on December 4, 2003, he suddenly died in Moscow ) signed and released to the worldwide website audience his notoriously anti-Pinkhasov Pinchas, pro-Ammons-Lovett-Jordan Letter-Appeal headlined RUSSIAN COMMITTEE OF DEAF SPORT FULLY SUPPORTS CISS BOARD IN PINCHAS CASE

Because this Letter-Appeal contained untrue, concocted and inaccurate facts and because Dr. Ammons was implicated with it, in the fall of 2003 she was named as one of the three defendants in Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas' another defamation lawsuit action. The two other defendants were Mr. Jordan and Mr. Lovett. This lawsuit ended in default for defendants and in favor of Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas. Now the court in Baltimore, Maryland, is to decide in assessing monetary penalties against the defendants.

Thus, by secretly handing out the videocassette into the hands of adversaries of Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas and because Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas was unable to present the "then mysteriously lost videocassette" to the court as his "vital material evidence" in timely manner, Mr. Klimov along with his son sabotaged and ruined Mr. Pinkhasov Pinchas' chances of winning his initial September 17, 2001-April 8, 2003 legal battle against the three CISS anarchists.

For these unusual activities, in the second half of 2002 Mr. Klimov's son Slava eventually got the job as an e-Learning Facilitator of the Learning Technology Office at the campus in which Dr. Ammons holds an influential role and visible presence among the top echelon of the Gallaudet University community.

Finally, the most amusing and interesting thing is that Slava received the job offer there in spite of the facts that he has his limited written command of English language and that he is still a non-USA permanent resident!


Mr. Shlimovich again made another costly Moscow-Washington transatlantic sojourn by appearing along with his witnesses at the Superior Court in Washington, D.C., for a scheduled hearing on March 17, 2004.

But, the hearing did not take place.

The reason: according to the court-produced paper, Dr. Ammons informed the court telephonically, among the other things, that "Dr. Ammons and Mr. Klimov as the defendants would be out of town" on the hearing date of March 17, 2004.

However, further investigation, including a report issued to the local police on that day by the two witnesses, produced a proof that one of the two defendants was actually in "a town" by working at the Gallaudet University premises on the "hearing day" of March 17, 2004.

Both Dr. Ammons and Mr. Klimov are still employees of Gallaudet University.

Gallaudet University is a part of the Washington, D.C., "town" territory

Per Mr. Shlimovich's request, the court is considering to re-schedule a hearing date for May 17, 2004.

Thus, the saga of the mysterious disappearance of the videocassette still goes on.