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Re: SFLC's GPL court enforcement -- "A telling admission" by Aaron Willi

From: rjack
Subject: Re: SFLC's GPL court enforcement -- "A telling admission" by Aaron Williamson (AW1337)
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2008 09:36:39 -0400
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Alexander Terekhov wrote:

I just wonder how long will it take until some GPL defendant decides that "enough is enough" and initiates disbarrment of the entire SFLC gang including Aaron K. Williamson (AW1337).


We must give credit where credit is due. The S.F.L.C. attorneys are *consistent*
and we may *always* count on them. They have filed six consecutive incompetent
pleadings in the Southern District of New York. Six complaints that fail to
comply with the jurisdictional requirements set forth by the United States
Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit involving copyright infringement
complaints. To wit:

"It [The Copyright Act] provides that 'no action for infringement of the
copyright in any United States work shall be instituted until preregistration or
registration of the copyright claim has been made in accordance with this
title.' . . .  Whether this requirement is jurisdictional is not up for debate
in this Circuit. On two recent occasions, we have squarely held that it is".; In
re Literary Works in Electronic Databases Copyright Litigation 509 F.3d 116 (2nd
Cir. 2007).

Just one more reason why Americans distrust lawyers. The S.F.L.C. lawyers
need not fear the court's rebuke though. The one (and probably only) thing they
learned in law school was how to file a motion for voluntary dismissal --
conveniently preventing the court from reviewing their moronic, incompetent

Rjack :)

"Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or
the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence."
-- John Adams, 'Argument in Defense of the Soldiers in the Boston Massacre
Trials,' December 1770

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