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To: elizabeth.denecke@doj.state.or.us
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Date: Mon, 14 May 2001 19:19:15 -0700 (PDT)
Reply-to: SupremeLaw@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [SupremeLaw] "The Federal Zone: Cracking the Code of Internal Revenue"

Hello Elizabeth Denecke,

People are missing the point -- COMPLETELY --
or they are just playing dumb, in the vain hopes
that this case will just go away.

IT'S NOT GOING AWAY.  On the contrary, I am
ready to file it in federal court, just as
soon as we tidy up our website copy of all
the electronic evidence (minor glitches in
Microsoft Internet software).

If one of U of Oregon's professors had been damaged
to the same extent I have been damaged, you folks
would have been ALL OVER the guilty parties.

When we first discovered the violations and demanded
that suspects exhibit their authorization (if any)
to host a stolen and modified version of the
book on the Internet, they all failed to produce
any authorization(s) (because I have never given
any such authorization).  Now, I am demanding that
they disclose the identity(s) of the responsible
party(s).  Their answers now:  "Oh, we removed
that a long time ago."  See:

http://www.supremelaw.org/copyrite/uoregon.edu/showletter.htm

Are these people stupid, or what?

So, I ask, "Who is responsible for this or that URL?"

Their answers, "That URL was removed."

And these are university people?

The URL in question is found at the end of this
document:
http://www.supremelaw.org/copyrite/uoregon.edu/subid.htm

I am afraid they are ALL in for a very serious shock.

The addition of 18 U.S.C. 2319 to the list of
RICO predicate acts, now allows me to go back
10 YEARS, claiming TRIPLE DAMAGES for each and
every violation:

  http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/18/1964.html

Moreover, these were modified derivatives that
were passed around the Internet, thus authorizing
MORE TRIPLE DAMAGES, for violating the Lanham Act.

IT DOES NOT MATTER ONE IOTA THAT THE VIOLATION
HAS NOW BEEN REMOVED.  I HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW WHO
WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE URL, WHILE IT WAS PRESENT
ON THE INTERNET.

I hope I don't have to repeat this simple
point too many times, because I am getting
quite sick and tired of being mistreated --
by university people.  One of THE WORST
violations was at my alma mater, U.C. Irvine!!!

Failure to produce the identity(s) of the
responsible party(s) is hindering prosecution,
a vicarious RICO liability.  A university may
have THE BEST copyright "policy" in the world,
but if their practice is at odds with their
policy, then it is their conduct we will
prosecute, NOT THEIR POLICY.

As the Congress said, when they amended the
RICO statutes, "If we do not vigorously protect
intellectual property, we destroy the incentive
to create."  See House Congressional Record,
June 4, 1996, pages H5776-5781. 

BINGO!!

If some ISP's were to have their way, their
"policy" would thrust the entire nation 500 YEARS
backwards in time, making the Dark Ages look
like a picnic.

I will be happy to mail a hard copy of this
legislative history to you, if you will please
send me your U.S. mailing address.

Thank you.

/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell

Author and Damaged Party

(more below)



--- elizabeth.denecke@doj.state.or.us wrote:
> Mr. Mitchell:
>
> You have provided me with citations to your
> websites.  I have asked for
> citations to the University of Oregon's website
> where alleged infringement of
> your copyrighted materials is occurring.

WRONG QUESTION.  See above!

  Please
> forward me a citation that
> begins <something>.uoregon.edu and which directs me
> to the location on the
> UO's website where the allegedly infringing
> materials are located, in
> conformance with the notice requirement of the
> Digital Millennium Copyright
> Act. 

Our DMCA Notice has already been mailed
to the Designated Agent at the University
of Oregon.  You are NOT the Designated Agent.


Thank you for your attention to this matter.
>
> Elizabeth Denecke, AAG
>


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