The Kurious Kase of Kurtis Kern Korff

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Kalvin Karlton Korff is a man who lays claim to, many, many, many... claims, in a variety of vocations, education and interests that far exceed your average recipient of a High School diploma; the highest level of education Kalvin has obtained.

When Kalvin took up the cause to help out his brother, Kurtis Kern Korff, a troubled man, in and out of jail for a variety of reason (but no claims), Kalvin put all of his education, vast experiences and his OMNI Magazine 219 IQ in a laser beam focus to lay waste to any and all (professionals be dammed) who got in his way and dared to question his seemingly endless attributes that have taken him to the very heights of his self-aggrandizing greatness.

This material, searched out on the internet and posted here for your consideration, speaks LOUDLY and will help you put into perspective just what all the fuss is about for its author, Kalvin Karlton Korff.

Here's an example of Korff's "feeling" and "emotions" regarding his Brothers legal problems. Is it any wonder why Kalvin did far more damage to the case?

In the end, Kurtis Korff’s first criminal trial took place in June 2007, and ended in a mistrial (some kind of photo evidence foul up). A retrial started on Feb. 28, 2008. NOTE: Kalvin Korff stopped sending e-mails to people in and around Josephine County on Feb. 20, 2008. On the day of the trial, Korff sent fax after fax after fax to the court house, asserting that the jury had been tampered with, etc.

A 10-member jury convicted Korff of the assault charge, but found him not guilty of attempted murder. Korff, who had already pleaded guilty to the weapons charge, was sentenced to 40 months in prison, with credit for time served.

On Tuesday, April 28, 2008, Josephine County received the $3 million lawsuit notification. The Korff Slander Case against Geiger and others, floundered around for year until the Korff's we're asked to hand over some evidence to make their case. They never followed though with that directive and the case was dropped.

Segment #1 - The X-Zone Show, May 16, 2008. Korff talks about waiting to receive the 13 CD's packed full of forensics which haven't yet been seen. He's asked "Why should we care about your Brothers case?", to which Korff goes off talking about changing the way the courts works, etc. Keep in mind that his brothers case is over at the time of this broadcast.
Segment #2 - The X-Zone Show, May 16, 2008. Listen as Korff is asked if law enforcement will get access to the computer technology that Korff used to "break the case" and Korff says yes and then evades the question, never telling us what the technology is. Korff is also asked if Kurtis might do more jail time (which Kurtis did), and Korff evades that questions as well. Also, Korff previously stated that he had deep pockets, and that he would throw all the S3 resources at this case, nanodust and all, in this segment Korff states that they had a "public defender".

Segment #3 - The X-Zone Show, May 16, 2008. Listen as Korff is asked a question; "From where did you obtain your expertise in Terrorism?" This is where it gets deep friends. Korff goes on and on about; how at 11 years old, October 19, 1973, Korff awoke with a new consciousness and realization regarding how messed up the world was; how is pre-teen friend, Raj Reddy, from India, was very helpful in helping Korff understand international and governmental affairs.

Korff then spins a tale (while promoting his then 4 book series) as he was asked to "join up" (no group or company), in 1980, to fight, as a rouge and lone gun men (of sorts) to help his country. Every job he had, from LLNL to Boeing, all happened and we're part of this grand International Terrorism Fighter gig. Korff never does answer the question. On and on and on and on....

Another question, "How can the Israeli Secret Service be secret if you're always bringing it up? He never answers the question.

Another question, "Whatever happened to the 25 million dollars that you we're bragging about and how come we haven't heard of anyone being charged with fraud?" Korff evades and bobs and weaves around these questions until the end of the show.

To his credit, host Rob McConnell really tried to pin Korff down, but all to no avail. Korff does say that if "they" don't want to sue them for consumer fraud there's nothing we can do." More pointedly though, Korff never served, or had anyone served, with any documentation that was real or binding, ever. Period.

Segment #4 - The X-Zone Show, May 16, 2008. Korff talks about the "big shift" from him and his group going after people undercover and then showing us the results (results?) to doing it all in public. That's some shift. from getting no results in private to no results in public.