After Samir “Judah” Khalaf’s unexpected death, Kelli Gardner Marshall hired Cleveland, Ohio probate attorney, Margaret M. Metzinger, with the law firm of Frantz Ward.

Investors for the Jordanian land development have been informed that, Joi Christopher, was also the holder of “hundreds of thousands of dollars in worthless promissory notes”, written by her long-time boyfriend, Samir “Judah” Khalaf. While potential claims for any fraud associated with those debts can be pursed independently, it does raise the question of additional misled investors.

In recent years, investors had been informed of Samir “Judah” Khalaf’s entry into the marijuana growing business in Macadonia.  Any information on these other business ventures and potential partners, or investors, would be helpful.

If you were, or know someone who was, an investor please contact us.