Kenneth J. Seccomb Representing Himself In Law Suit Over His Lies And Deceit To Billings Police Department And City Court, That Caused The Wrongful Arrest And Detainment Of An Innocent Man.

April 25, 2017


                                (Photo  of Kenneth J. Seccomb is part of a Court Record)

By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter

Syndicated by: Montana News

Billings man Kenneth Seccomb was the last party to finally answer the law suit that was filed against him, the City of Billings and the Billings Police Department.  


Kenneth J. Seccomb is apparently acting as his own counsel in the law suit that was filed against him  by Richard B. Darling for the wrongful arrest that was the direct cause of Kenneth J. Seccomb making false allegations, lying to the Police that Richard B. Darling had violated a restraining order of which the Billings City Court Judge Kolar, dismissed and released Richard Darling because the allegations that Kenneth Seccomb made were false and totally made up.


Basically, this makes Kenneth J. Seccomb’s credibility unreliable and lends to the character of Kenneth J. Seccomb as being untrustworthy when it comes to Seccomb’s verbal and written statements that he has made to the City Court and to the Billings Police Department all of which are on public record.


In other words, Seccomb lives in a fantasy world of which ONLY, he believes in.


In another legal case, Kenneth J. Seccomb is in the middle of a court battle for the custody of his little girl, of which he and Benette Johnson are listed as the mother and father. 


If what the words and actions that Kenneth J. Seccomb did to a totally innocent man Richard Darling was horrible, the Montana News investigative reporter has discovered that Kenneth Seccomb’s actions and words in that custody case is just as unbelievable and lends one to  surmise that the credibility of Kenneth J. Seccomb in that case is very questionable and unreliable just as the lies and deceit he told City Court and the Billings Police in yet another case.


Recently there was an order setting a scheduling conference dated April 13, 2017 at 8:30 in the morning in District Court Judge Gregory Todd’s court room #516 where the conference of all the parties that were sued, Ken Seccomb, City of Billings and Billings Police Department will be expected to let the court know who long the trial will be and what the issues are that are involved in the case.  


But this is just the beginning worries for Ken Seccomb.  Just as the old adage states,   “A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client.” Could this legal scenario be applied to Kenneth J. Seccomb?  You the reader decide for yourself.


Here is a link to another article that gives details of what Kenneth J. Seccomb did.


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