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FBI Lawsuit Update – Part 1

April 1, 2010 Comments off

Aisha v. FBI

Robert S. Mueller

In light of what happened last time in the Aisha v. Madonna case, the great incivility I was met with and the manner in which my human rights and Constitutional rights were vilely trampled, in violation of the law, I am going to disclose all items concerning the case on this website to let you the public view and decide, with the hope it leads to greater government accountability and transparency (as Obama promised the world). The following are a list of updates thus far, since the filing of the case on August 31, 2009.

The case number for the Aisha v. FBI lawsuit is 09-22574-CIV-MARTINEZ-BROWN. The clerk forgot to stamp the case number on the lawsuit the day it was filed.

The judge is Jose Martinez. The magistrate judge is Steven Brown (the same magistrate judge from the 2005 Aisha v. Madonna case).

On September 1, 2009, the day after the case was filed, the judge issued a nine page order stating he wants a “Scheduling Conference” meeting between both parties click here

In the aforementioned judicial order regarding the “Scheduling Conference” the judge also requested a “Certificate of Interest” be filed by each side. I filed my “Certificate of Interest” a few weeks ago click here

I sent a copy of the 11 page “Scheduling Conference” order, in compliance with the judge’s aforementioned request, along with a cover letter, to the FBI’s lawyer click here

The three defendants Robert Mueller, The FBI and DOJ were served on September 15, 2009 and as they are a government agency, they have 60 days to respond, as opposed to the standard 20 click here

I filed a motion to correct to reflect a few minor errors (spelling of a name ect.) click here

Here is the mailing receipt showing confirmation of President Obama/White House receiving my letter and an advance draft of the Aisha v. FBI lawsuit click here.

I did not wish to write to Obama about this subject, but Robert Mueller and the FBI’s severe criminal negligence, left me no choice, as my life has been placed in danger. Repeated incidents of severe harassment that began increasing in frequency and becoming more hostile, clearly illustrates Madonna and co. are escalating their criminal and violent commissioned misconduct towards me, building up to something very bad.

Enough is enough. I haven’t done anything to these people, don’t know them and want nothing to do with them. I do not wish to end up dead like Michael Jackson and Sam Cooke, because a certain set of people are trying to steal my Copyrighted Catalog. What a disgrace those thieves are, going to such sick, evil extremes to steal from innocent people.

I recently filed a formal complaint with the DOJ Inspector General, regarding Mueller and co.’s misconduct in my case, as the Department of Justice’s website, states one is to do so under said circumstances.

Infringements

Singer Cheryl Cole of Girls Aloud and Simon Cowell on his show X-Factor

Regarding the ongoing infringements, Sony still leads the pack with the most instances of criminal copyright infringement.

Recent incidents of criminal copyright infringement include “Happy” by Leona Lewis via Syco(Simon Cowell)/Sony Music.

The video for “Bad Boys” by Alexandra Burke via Syco(Simon Cowell)/Sony Music, with Bryan Barber criminally taking credit and payment for my preexisting copyright, Syco passed to him.

“Fight For This Love” by Simon Cowell’s “X-Factor” co-host Cheryl Cole, with Steve Kipner, Andre Merritt and Wayne Wilkins criminally taking credit and payment for my preexisting copyright, Syco and co. passed to them.

And other new infringing items by Chris Brown (Sony) and his girlfriend Rihanna, who continue to steal from the Copyrighted Catalog.

Madonna’s latest single “Celebration” is also a criminal copyright infringement of a preexisting song in my Copyrighted Catalog, of the same name, which has been copyrighted for years. 

PLEASE BOYCOTT ALL THE AFOREMENTIONED ARTISTS AND SONY

Hacking

The illegal hacking into my computers by Madonna’s hackers at Digilink that is also of a very malicious nature, to not only snoop on the contents of my computers, but to damage and destroy the local copy of my websites in bids at blocking them from being updated six days a week, continues unabated.

This is amazingly occurring in spite of the aforementioned FBI lawsuit and the agency’s alleged pledge on their website regarding “preventing crime.” Apparently the sick Hollywood stars in the case, can say whatever garbage pops out of their illiterate, thieving mouths and onto their vile websites, but the Constitution and international human rights charters do not apply to me, via the right to having free speech and freed press.

Harassment

There was also a vile, unlawful incident of harassment and terrorization geared towards my mother by a Kabbalah affiliate (Madonna’s cult) as retaliation for me filing the FBI lawsuit. I am going to enter it into the case and post it to the site. When you read about what transpired, it is going to disgust and appall you. My mother nearly had a heart attack due to it and ended up in the hospital on September 30, 2009. She has since been released. She has since been released from the hospital.

As previously mentioned, on August 31, 2009, there was an incident at the Federal courthouse, via a red string bracelet wearing Kabbalah member and felon, named Alexis A. Palme, who followed me into said courthouse (his photo ID is on file, as one must show it to enter the building), after being sent to intimidate and browbeat me, on federal property (a felonious no-no), into not filing the FBI lawsuit, disclosing Madonna and Kabbalah’s sick misconduct (which I filed anyway).

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Sony’s Madness

April 7, 2009 Comments off

Sony chairman, Howard Stringer, is hanging on, but his employees are not, jumping ship to get away from his madness…and forthcoming criminal charges. First BMG left, now Ericsson wants out.

Sony Ericsson USA boss, Najmi Jarwala, quit his job this week at the crumbling company. This marks the third Sony division head that has quit in the last month.

The Sony electronics and Sony IPL CEOs also quit their respective jobs. Sony is suffering massive sales declines and losses in every area of trade, far worse than all of their competitors. Hmm I wonder why. God doesn’t like ugly and neither does the product buying public.

I have every right to be angry regarding this questionable company. Their conduct towards me has been predatory, invasive and illegal.

  • A few years ago, they invited me to Sony (in writing). I did not go.

  • Shortly after, Sony started spying into my computer via an item they sent me as an unsolicited gift (contained backdoor computer trojan). Sony was sued in 2005 by U.S. state attorneys and consumer groups for similar misconduct in the DRM scandal.

  • In 2005, Sony illegally dove headfirst into my Copyrighted Catalog without permission, that contains 12,000 songs, 300 movie scripts and short stories, 15 book manuscripts, 200 music video treatments, 500 photographs, 150 photo treatments, a perfume line and clothing line. They illegally passed it around to Sony’s music and film artists and writers, who knowingly infringed my Copyrights and routinely visit my websites (before and after the infringements occurred). They criminally received an illegally made copy of my Copyrighted Catalog, procured through hacking commissioned by Madonna, whose lawyer, Robert Jacobs of Mannat Phelps, is also in charge of Sony’s music catalog (Madonna has a side distribution deal with Sony). I later met Jacobs at a legal case management meeting, when he came up to me and bizarrely started shaking my hands and trying to strike up a conversation.

  • Sony is the same company that previously ripped off my godmother’s husband, Clement Coxsonne Dodd, who invented ska and reggae music and signed Bob Marley and many others to record deals. Sony infringed his copyrighted music as well, which he had to sue them regarding.

Sony has been watching me and my work for years, with very ill intentions. They are predators that have broken the law at my expense, to the point it made me physically ill.

These people have been preying on me, circling me like sharks and vultures, when I had no intention of joining any of their companies for any reason. Their conduct towards me has been so ugly, unseemly, unprovoked and uncalled for.

I have every right to be angry and feel violated, as much of their conduct crossed into illegal territory for which they deserve imprisonment.

Sony Ericsson takes a merciless beating

Published March 24, 2009, 12:17 PM – First the joint venture predicted a huge loss for its upcoming earnings call, then it lost its North American leader. What’s next?…

On Friday, the joint venture announced that it could post a loss of between €340-390 million for the first quarter of 2009…the company’s presence in the smartphone category remains weak.

Yesterday, Sony Ericsson announced that Najmi Jarwala, President of Sony Ericsson USA and the head of the North American division, would be leaving at the end of this month to “pursue other career opportunities.” …

Further fueling this speculation were the rumors that wireless hardware company Ericsson was looking to get out of the joint venture.

One thing is certain, if Sony Ericsson’s losses actually exceed the €390 million the company warned, this will not be the last bad news we hear from the company this month.

http://www.betanews.com

http://www.judiciaryreport.com/sony_madness.htm

American Idol Getting Bashed As “Fake”

May 5, 2008 Comments off

The Bad Publicity That Will Not Go Away

May 5. 2008

People are really laying into the show calling it everything from “fake” to “rigged.” Many are now questioning its future. It’s like watching the franchise evaporate before our very eyes:

Abdul’s Folly Raises Questions of Show’s Authenticity

Some “American Idol” fans and critics are crying foul after judge Paula Abdul said on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show Wednesday that she saw contestant Jason Castro sing during a dress rehearsal and that’s part of the reason she got confused when she critiqued him.

Abdul’s admission, which some argued supports the idea that the show is scripted and that the judges peek at performances before their live debuts, came in response to her Tuesday night blunder in which she evaluated a song Castro hadn’t even sung. Abdul’s folly was the latest in a string of bizarre incidents since she’s been on the show.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com


Can ‘American Idol’ survive Abdul’s slip?

May 4, 2008 – “American Idol” is a fraud. That’s what people are speculating, after Paula Abdul’s widely talked about “Idol” gaffe on Tuesday night. To which I say, Duh.

Come on, people, we’ve known for years that “Idol” isn’t really a completely democratic music appreciation show. There’s got to be loads of behind-the-scenes manipulation going on. There just hasn’t been that much hard proof.

Tuesday’s bizarre blunder doesn’t constitute concrete evidence either, but it’s as close as we’ve come, and it may be enough to bring things crashing down.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com

Story found here

Paula Abdul’s Gaffe Sends Ratings Tanking Further

May 3, 2008 Comments off

The television show American Idol has been experiencing a ratings slide. The show that once pulled in 33 million viewers, is down to 22 million per week this year.

After Paula Abdul’s gaffe a few days ago, they lost over 1 million more viewers:

“Idol” slide continues after judge mix-up
Fri May 2, 2008 4:07am EDT

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – A night after Tuesday’s much-discussed on-air blunder by “American Idol” judge Paula Abdul, the results show of the talent show lost 1.2 million viewers from the previous week.

With “Idol” (22.1 million viewers vs. 23.3 million) already having dropped in nearly every episode in recent weeks, however, that means the reality show has once again hit a five-year low. A year ago, the show averaged 29 million viewers.

On Tuesday’s episode, a last-minute procedural change resulted in the judges critiquing contestants’ first round of performances instead of waiting until the end of the second round. Abdul gave a negative review of contestant Jason Castro’s two songs.

The only problem: Castro had sung only one song.

http://www.reuters.com

Story found here