West Palm Beach, FL, March 14, 2019 – The US Federal District Court for the Southern District of Florida has granted NITV Federal Services (NFS) a summary judgement against the Dektor Corporation, a Pennsylvania business owned and run by Arthur Herring, specializing in the manufacture and training on a specific type of voice-type lie detection equipment, the PSE.
NITV Federal Services sued both Dektor Corporation and Arthur Herring for False Advertising, Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices, Defamation/Business Disparagement, and Tortious Interference. The suit alleged that for over 20 years Mr. Herring and Dektor had disparaged the company, its products, its owners and its employees and calculated damages to be 7 million dollars. Over the twenty-year period Mr. Herring regularly told many potential customers of NFS that “If what I’m saying is not true, why don’t they sue me?”
On 6/21/19, Mr. Herring filed a rambling three-page ‘Motion To Demand Removal Of Judge Brannon As Incompetent’ with the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida. In his rambling motion, Herring calls US District Court Judge Brannon ‘incompetent and corrupt’ and also claimed that ALL of his three attorneys were incompetent and just took his money. Herring ends his three-page motion with: “I am stating for the record, I will NOT obey any of Mr. Brannon’s rulings of what I can and cannot do or speak. I do not and will not give up any of my constitutional rights. Any sanctions against me WILL be told to the news media, local and national, by me and the news media will further expose the NITV scam. Many people will come forward to sue NITV, Humble, law enforcement and their cities in every state because those people were falsely accused OR called liars because they ‘flunked’ the fake CVSA tests. Those lawsuits would soon end the scam and fraud by NITV/Humble and his wife who would soon be going to prison very quickly.” It appears that this may not end well for Herring…. Stay tuned.
Update: On September 20, 2019, the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida issued ‘Order Granting Plaintiff’s Motion For Sanctions For Spoliation of Evidence and Discovery Abuse’ against Dektor and Arthur Herring. The court, in an 18 page decision, found that Mr. Herring had among other things, deliberately deleted around 2,500 emails and during his deposition “At worst, he lied under oath – otherwise known as the federal criminal offense of perjury.”