TO:        Joseph E. Lepetich

           P.O. Box 189

           Vineburg 95487

           CALIFORNIA, USA


           fax:  (707) 996-0811


FROM:      Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

           Private Attorney General

           General Delivery

           Na’alehu 96772

           HAWAII, USA


DATE:      August 7, 2000


SUBJECT:   Overdue Invoice



Dear Mr. Lepetich,


You have not paid my outstanding invoice for professional services rendered on your behalf in your case against Mr. Sands, in Hawaii State court, and related matters.


I need to know how you wish to settle this outstanding invoice.


For your information, I sustained extensive personal damages at the hands of Gary and Diane Genco.  I subsequently received a reliable report that he is a convicted felon.  (My landlord attended the same job training as Gary, who was later fired for failing to disclose his criminal record.)  See Internet URL:


Joe, I endeavored to tell you the truth, at all times.  It was neither professional, nor ethical, for you to expect that you were getting my services for free.  I never agreed to provide you with free legal counsel.


I took careful note when you followed my earnest recommendation that you pursue arbitration.  It was painfully obvious to me that the Gencos were misleading you and attempting to shift blame elsewhere.  The faulty copyright notice on Sands artwork was a blatant violation of the Lanham Act (see 15 U.S.C. 1051), by the Gencos.  Their ignorance of the law is no excuse.


Please reply to the mailing address above.  There was absolutely nothing in my treatment of you which warrants your refusal to honor my lawful invoice.



Sincerely yours,


/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell


Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

Counselor at Law, Federal Witness,

Private Attorney General, Author,

and Webmaster, Supreme Law Library: