Sunday, January 10, 2010

Copyright thieves are free to steal. . . .





This outcome was very predictable and everything I said about not having any rights, especially when it comes to intellectual property, turned out to be true. Lying and thieving foreigners in my own country have more rights than I do. The media bosses, thugs and criminals are free to roam at large and do as they please. If they choose to violate the rights of “the little guy”, they are free to do so. The government will not stand in their way.
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Despite owning the camera that took my picture, having the SD memory card in my possession, possessing the credit card receipt from the US Copyright Office, email verifications from eCO, the existence of video that shows me taking the picture and possessing the copyright certificate from the US Copyright Office, I still don’t have rights to MY photograph?

YouTube is every bit as guilty as the people that have “hijacked” it. YouTube has allowed this offense to continue. In fact, they have become an accessory after the fact.

How To Make Sure Your Video Does Not Infringe Someone Else's Copyrights

The way to ensure that your video doesn't infringe someone else's copyright is to use your skills and imagination to create something completely original.
http://www.youtube.com/t/howto_copyright

Look and see how many people ignore this. I can think of several people who obviously never read the above sentence. It’s really clear to me that these violators could care less about the terms of use. http://www.youtube.com/t/terms

I have come to find out through first hand personal experience that US copyright laws are not worth the paper they are printed on. Anyone that wants to steal your images are free to do so. The government will idly sit by with its’ collective thumb up its’ fat worthless ass and allow this to happen. As I said before, “If you have no money, you have no rights.” This case proves beyond any doubt that statement is true.

The digital photo/file itself contains specific information that indicates that the photo belongs to me. I have demonstrated this in the above illustrations. Please note that I am using the “uncropped” file. This is the very first time that the uncropped version has ever appeared online. If that is not my image, how did I manage that?

I did not see another person at the May 2, 2009 Tent City march holding a Canon Powershot A590 IS. They certainly were not standing next to Sheriff Arpaio’s car at 11:30AM.

Naui Ocelotl Huitzilopochtli (an obvious pseudonym) was not holding a Canon A590 IS. I have positive photographic documentation that he was holding a Hi8 type video camera. Only an idiot or a liar could possibly say that that my copyright claim was mistaken. As far as I’m concerned, Naui Ocelotl Huitzilopochtli (or whatever his real name happens to be) is full of bovine fecal material.

I still think that, “There must be some mistake.” defense is worthless and weak. Historically, guilty parties tend to use that defense. Who knows? Maybe he was framed! Where’s Naui’s proof that that image belongs to him? Show us your memory card. (Hi8's take tapes)

This entire exercise was to prove a point as to who has rights and who does not. And it was proven beyond a doubt. Additionally, I have discovered and proven that some journalists and activists have questionable integrity.

I am glad, even flattered that hundreds of thousands of these images have been distributed all over the world. Sheriff Arpaio is not the only high profile law enforcement officer that has White National Socialist friends. WNS’s have found their way into local, state and federal law enforcement agencies as well as the military. We are among you everywhere. We are watching. We are waiting and we are armed. I hope you lemmings sleep better at night knowing this.
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Help Wanted: "pro bono" Copyright Attorney
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The purpose of the Revolution was not to deprive a privileged class of its rights, but to raise a class without rights to equality...." --Adolph Hitler, Berling, Reichstag, January 30, 1937

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