On Feb 2, 2016, at 8:06 AM, Arnie Rosner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear Mr. Gambert,
As a parallel action to the referenced item above, by similar or the same impersonators of the government of the American people, please find the following copyright issue which has recently surfaced.
Sidebar: Due to the criminal nature of this matter, impersonating members of the Senate and House of “the state of West Virginia,” are also being copied for their review and action.
The conflict, appears in the form of what, in my personal opinion, is an attempt to not only violate our Constitution and suppress the freedom of the press, but to inhibit the truth regarding the false incarceration and imprisonment of an American citizen of the continental United States. more details below:
The false arrest, described as being perpetrated by impersonators, posing as agents and agencies of the lawful state of West Virginia, are operating in the jurisdiction of the sea. That would make this provocative and unlawful attack upon Mr. Deegan an act of inland piracy.
Just as a side note: The crime of piracy is punishable by death.
Further, these impersonators, are misrepresenting themselves as agents and agencies of the lawful state of West Virginia. This would seem to be a matter of criminal impersonation…a serious federal crime.
For your further edification, the lawful seats of government of the lawful state of West Virginia, have been vacant since the early 1860s. Americans—FREE AT LAST!
Additional, further evidence supports the contention that this misrepresentation amounts to fraud as referenced by the court rulings listed at the following link (No corporate court has jurisdiction over a living man):
Not being an expert in the law, I can only express my opinion, but in my view the perpetrators of this fraud are the ones who belong in jail. But that’s simply from the perspective of a reasonable American.
Calling upon you Mr. Gambert, as an expert in matters of copyright law, perhaps I can impose on you to offer your thoughts on the following matter as referenced below. I recognize my lack of competence in these matters precludes my offering anything but my opinions.
Along those lines though, before getting to the subject matter of this message, may I also interject the expression of my confusion regarding how an organization presenting themselves as a “news center,” claims to copyright items of public interest and reports them as news?
Also is there not an obligation for a “news center,” to report “news?” From where comes the artist license to propagandize and impart a negative slant on an innocent victim of a fraudulent corporate system misrepresenting itself as a legitimate government body?
In the example cited above, it would seem that the commentator as well as the owners of this misrepresented “news center,” are violating the First Amendment of the Constitution.
President Kennedy addressed this responsibility below:
Now that we have Mr. Charles Tobin, in what appears to me to be using the color of law, in attempting to coerce and intimidate those who would post a YouTube video of the matter. It would appear that, from just outside appearances, the involvement of such a powerful law firm, which I would have to assume were active members of the bar, the plot begins to thicken!
And again just speculating based on my opinion, I have to question the original source of this action. in my view, this has the fingerprints of the Obama administration. But keep in mind, that’s just my opinion.
I look forward to hearing your assessment.
“You only think you know!”
The flag of the Continental united States of America
On Feb 2, 2016, at 4:28 AM, phillip hudok <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Mr. Charles Tobin,
Thank you for the notice. In the future, I will only post segments with I understand are covered under Fair Use with proper notification.
Our country will not survive much longer unless we face the truth.
Dear Mr. Hudok:
This law firm represents Gray Television Group, Inc., owner of television station WTAP-TV in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Gray Television Group, Inc., is the exclusive owner of the copyright to the content that you posted on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUbZjTLhEK4&feature=youtu.be (the “Infringing Work”). The original work may be viewed on WTAP’s website at http://www.thenewscenter.tv/content/news/Mineral-Wells-Man-Charged-With-Threats-Against-WV-Government-329211461.html.
This correspondence therefore serves as our client’s notification to you under Section 512(c) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that the Infringing Work violates our client’s intellectual property rights. Please be advised that the law requires you, as a service provider, to remove or disable access to the Infringing Work upon receiving this notice. We provide this notice in good faith and with the reasonable belief that the Infringing Work is not authorized by our client or the law.
On behalf of Gray Television Group, Inc., the undersigned swears, under penalty of perjury, that the information in this notification is accurate to the best of his knowledge and that he is authorized to act on behalf of the copyright and trademark owner.
Accordingly, on behalf of our client, we hereby request that you immediately remove or disable access to the Infringing Work and refrain from unauthorized use or other sharing of our client’s protected materials.
Nothing in this correspondence shall serve as a waiver of any rights or remedies of our client with respect to the alleged infringement, all of which are expressly reserved.
Charles Tobin | Holland & Knight
Holland & Knight LLP
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