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New Criminal Copyright Troll Destination360 Attempts Blackmail

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You’ve heard of Righthaven? After personally making sure that they were sued and prosecuted, it seems that someone else is playing a game. Unfortunately for them, they tried to blackmail me, and when I refused to pay their “fees” they started to slander me. They probably should have run a simple google.

Now there is another company doing this: In the first time in 20 years of publishing, this guy has to be one of the worst scumbags ever. Despite hundreds of pages on Google about him being nothing more than a copyright troll who seems to be registering images he doesn’t even own.

Here’s the problem: They don’t actually own the images, but have been “registering” them illegally with the copyright office in bulk, claiming ownership.

This is a federal felony, and I think they know it. It’s why they are not sending DCMA take down requests, as required by law to even sue. They themselves “admit” in message boards that the images are being distributed by other people but claim it’s their ownership of the images, without any actual proof they took it.

Making this worse, they are using a fake IP phone number and fake address (post office box) in Nevada, hiding their true identity from the Police and FBI, who according to my source, have been trying to contact him for “years” about the fake legal letters that they have been sending. Unfortunately, no one actually picks up the phone or responds to letters– leading me to believe that this may an blackmail offshore operation to scam people.

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Roger Stone Begs for Money and Claims Mueller Going to Arrest Him

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If there’s one thing Trump and his cabal of crooks are good at, it’s grifting from people who have little or nothing. The Trump/Pence website is always posting fundraisers to get every last penny and they do it by amping up the fear quotient, “Our way of life is under attack,” and so forth.

The most recent plea from these quarters is coming from Roger Stone, who, comically, is all but announcing he’s about to be indicted. Or, maybe he just wants to get the money and run away to Belize, or some other country without an extradition treaty, who knows?

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State and Federal Regulators Initiate Nationwide Fraudulent Charity Sweep

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Last week, New York Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood announced that, in conjunction with the federal and state enforcement initiative “Operation Donate with Honor,” a settlement had been reached with Operation Troop Aid Inc., a Tennessee-based military charity. According to the NY OAG, OTA engaged in a deceptive marketing campaign and failed to properly oversee donations made from a commercial co-venture with a nationwide retailer.

“Charities have a fundamental responsibility when it comes to partnerships that use their charitable name and status,” said Attorney General Underwood. “Too often, co-ventures are little more than thinly-veiled marketing operations. Charities must not sell out their status for questionable gains.”

According to the OAG, OTA’s stated mission is to send care packages to deployed servicemembers – participated in an unlawful commercial co-venture with nationwide retailer, Harris Originals of NY, Inc. and its related stores. OTA allegedly allowed Harris Jewelry to use the charity’s name in Harris Jewelry’s so-called “Operation Teddy Bear,” in which Harris Jewelry advertised that it would donate a specific amount of money to OTA when consumers purchased its teddy bears dressed in military uniforms, based on a bear’s size.

The investigation found that OTA failed to ensure that Harris Jewelry was donating the full amount it advertised to the public. The investigation further found that Harris Jewelry sent OTA checks without documentation outlining how the donated amount was calculated, and at times provided different information to consumers as to the amount of money donated. Harris Jewelry allegedly used OTA’s logo and its relationship with the charity prominently in advertising and promotional materials, and OTA displayed Harris Jewelry’s logo on care packages sent overseas to deployed servicemembers.

OTA has acknowledged that it did not have a written agreement with Harris Jewelry, that it failed to oversee the co-venture with Harris Jewelry and that there was insufficient oversight of its operations and records. OTA further acknowledged that it failed to ensure that donated money was used for its stated charitable purpose, and that it made other purportedly charitable expenditures directly to individuals at the sole discretion of its chief executive, with no application or assessment process or action by its Board.

OTA, as part of the settlement, will cease operating and wind down its operation. OTA’s chief executive is also barred from serving as a fiduciary or soliciting for any nonprofit. The settlement assesses civil penalties and requires OTA to continue providing investigational cooperation and assistance.

Concurrently, the FTC has announced that the agency and its state partners have taken action against other schemes as part of “Operation Donate with Honor,” a nationwide law enforcement and education initiative to stop veterans-related charity fraud. FTC investigations (CIDs) and defense law firm Hinch Newman reports that regulators nationwide have joined this initiative, which has been in the works for months. Hinch Newman also reports that state attorneys general had recently been issuing civil investigative demands for weeks, leading up to the FTC’s announcement.

Contact Hinch Newman at 212-756-8777 if you have any questions the recent charity-based regulatory sweep, or if you or your company have been served with process or received a civil investigative demand. Following the author on LinkedIn.

Hinch Newman is a regulatory litigation, investigations and compliance law firm.   

Informational purposes only. Not legal advice. Always seek the advice of an attorney. Previous case results do not guarantee similar future result. Hinch Newman LLP | 40 Wall St., 35th Floor, New York, NY 10005 | (212) 756-8777.

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Is OJ Simpson Stalking Women at Grape Street Wine Bar in Downtown Summerlin?

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OJ Simpson, who was found liable for the deaths of two people, and then convicted of Robbery and Kidnapping, has found himself a regular place to stalk women.  Grape Street Wine bar in Downtown Summerlin hasn’t just allowed him to go in the place, but according to insiders, has invited him to be there even though he is a convicted felon and a danger to women.  Numerous photos of him trying to pick up women and socialize have been posted by concerned patrons.

We called Grape Street Wine Bar several times and spoke to employees and one guy who said he was the manager, but refused to give me his name.

One employee who didn’t want to be named told me point blank that she was “scared to work there” and that they employees have made it clear that they do not feel comfortable, but the management is “friendly” with OJ Simpson and doesn’t seem to care that he is drinking and getting drunk.

The manager at first refused to give comment, but after prodding him and telling him that his employees were concerned and that women were scared to even go to Downtown Summerlin knowing that a convicted felon might be trying to harm them, he opened up — but wasn’t nice.

He made it clear that OJ Simpson is allowed, and when I mentioned that women were scared and that I might come down to interview him and patrons, he said that he would kick anyone out that “has an issue with Simpson.”  When I mentioned that I was writing an article, and then introduced myself after his tirade against women and those who don’t like OJ, he hung up.

Reminder that OJ Simpson is also severely deranged, even according to the Kardashians when he threatened to kill himself at their house.

OJ said, “I’m going to kill myself in this room,” according to Robert Kardashian who responded, ‘You can’t.This is my daughter’s bedroom.”

“My little girl Kim sleeps here,” he pleaded. “I can’t have my little girl in this bedroom, and every time I come in here, I’m going to see your body lying in this. You can’t do that.”

 

 

 

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