DON JURAVIN SMEARED BY DWIGHT SCHAR’s TEAM
When Don Juravin wrote a complaint about Bella Collina, a community-owned by DCS Capital Investments (a Dwight Schar company) on Google, Randall Greene, the POA manager and Dwight Schar’s employee started to harass and intimidate the Juravin family.
The lawsuits began, but Juravin’s family and home were harassed, vandalized, and doxxed by the employees at Bella Collina, on Dwight Schar’s payroll. This included the creation of websites meant to harass Don Juravin and ruin his reputation. One of the sites was placed on the notorious OrangeWebsite, a server in Iceland that is also a host to the Nazi website The Daily Stormer, according to the BBC. Commenters on forums have said that the owner of OrangeWebsite, Henri Johannes, is a pedophile.
DWIGHT SCHAR’S ASSOCIATION WITH MARC RANDAZZA
The owner of the Washington Football Team, Dan Snyder and Joe Tacopina, his attorney, has also accused Randazza of being associated with the websites that supposedly published defamatory statements about Snyder. NBC Sports writes that Tacopina and his team pointed fingers at Randazza’s association with Ari Bass, who runs the websites that published stories about Snyder. Now that Randazza is representing Dwight Schar, it seems that both Schar and Randazza are linked as Don Juravin can probably testify to.
Randazza has been threatened with a defamation lawsuit by Dan Snyder before. The attorney apparently would go out of his way to investigate and question former Redskins employees.
Randazza two-timed his clients, who were pornographers, by working for other clients, who were also pornographers. He “solicited illicit payoffs,” said HuffPost. In 2010, Randazza tried to bribe a website so that he wouldn’t sue them, again. This solicitation was a violation of the Nevada Rules of Professional Conduct.
The State Bar of Nevada sued for the suspension of Randazza’s license in 2018 with violations of ethics. His license was suspended for a year. However, the State Bar did not put the suspension into effect.
Randazza actually pleaded guilty to two violations: a bribe and a shady loan. He appealed his suspension to the Nevada Supreme Court but was rejected.
Randazza also conducted himself in a racist fashion. Apparently, he threw slurs at people when he worked in the porn industry. When he was approached about his racial language, Randazza accused other people of being racist towards him.