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MPAA and RIAA appear to be caught in framing attempt; Judge orders Mr. Dotcom's assets returned to him

"Drinkin' beer in the hot sun / I fought the law and / I won / I fought the law and / I won." -- Jello Biafra and the Dead Kennedies, 1987
 
I. An Epic Win
 
Kim Dotcom has never run from the fact that in the eyes of some he is a villain, a criminal.  Instead, he openly mocks them.

His Daimler AG (ETR:DAI) Mercedes-Benz sports cars bear the license plates "Good" "And" "Evil".  He once tried to fake his own death to escape prosecution on stock fraud charges.
 
But cloud storage's most contentious leader is today a more mellow and reserved man.  
 
Embracing the role of IT entrepreneur in his adopted home of New Zealand, he has fought tooth and nail to defeat a puppet prosecution, acting on the behalf of the U.S. government, which is in turn intimately tied to and acting on behalf of the big money U.S. entertainment industry.
 
And after a long fight Kim Dotcom is on a verge of winning.
 
This week a New Zealand judge struck down police requests to seize Mr. Dotcom's assets, which had been seized during a 2012 raid of Mr. Dotcom's New Zealand mansion where he lives with his wife Mona and kids.  With the order, police will have to return $16M USD in assets, including:
  • His wife's jewelry
  • Big screen TVs
  • Works of art
  • A collection of war memorabilia
  • 15 Mercedes-Benz automobiles
  • A pink General Motors Corp. (GM) 1959 Cadillac
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom
  • $10M USD in institutional investments
New Zealand police have two weeks to comply with the order.  But it appears that they've already begun to return some of the assets to Mr. Dotcom.
 
Mr. Dotcom himself announced the win via Twitter:
So who is Mr. Dotcom, and why is the U.S. so adamant about taking him down? To those not familiar with Megaupload or how this hulking "large-framed" hacker became the unlikely anti-hero of the internet, a quick refresher is in order.
 
II. Before He Was Dotcom
 
Born in Kiel, Germany to Finnish and German parents, under his birth name -- Kim Schmitz -- Kim Dotcom quickly found his passions lay in cyberspace.  He amassed a small fortune selling stolen corporate access information and other digital black market treasures. 

Kim Dotcom
Kim Dotcom in 1996 [Image Source: Wikipedia]

In 2001, he made over €1.1M ($1.5M USD) in net profit off a pump-and-dump scheme of dead dot-com venture LetsBuyIt.com, but that exploit led to him being charged with insider trading.  He received a suspended sentence from German authorities.  The legal troubles prompted him to permanently leave his native Europe, setting up shop in Hong Kong, where in 2003 he wound up in more trouble over unauthorized stock trades.
 
To his critics he was a criminal who continued to dabble in illegal enterprises even after appearing to "go legitimate".  But critics and fans alike will acknowledge one fact -- Mr. Schmitz was undeniably brilliant, and that brilliance allowed him to accrue a fortune.
 
In 2003, he set up the website that would accrue him most of his fortune -- and infamy -- the cloud storage site Megaupload (the name wasn't put in place until 2005).  
 
At its peak Megaupload was the internet's thirteenth most visited website, and was responsible for 4 percent of global internet data traffic.  It reportedly had 50 million visitors a day.  Kim Schmitz in 2005 celebrated the site's impressive successes, by changing his name to "Kim Dotcom".
 
His business quickly grew to by 2007 employ over 150 employees globally and made $175M USD in annual revenue (mostly from user subscriptions).

Megaupload

But Megaupload came increasingly under scrutiny when the entertainment industry caught wind that its users were engaging in rampant filesharing.  In 2007, Google Inc. (GOOG) voluntary blacklisted Megaupload from its advertising program, killing about a fifth of the site's revenue.
 
And that was just the beginning of Mr. Dotcom's legal woes.
 
III. Megalawsuit
 
On Jan. 5, 2012 the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), under pressure from the big money entertainment industry, filed an indictment against Kim Dotcom and Megaupload.  In the indictment, U.S. officials accused Kim Dotcom of conspiracy to commit copyright infringement.

Department of Justice
The U.S. DOJ declared war on Kim Dotcom in Jan. 2012. [Image Source: AP]

After similar takedowns of LimeWire, Kazaa, Napster, and others the case seemed like a slam-dunk to the casual observer.  But there were some crucial differences.
 
First, unlike its peer-to-peer filesharing brethren, Megaupload was more of a traditional file hosting site.  In many ways it had much more in common with legal services from companies such as Google, Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN), and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT).
 
Second, by the time Mr. Dotcom was arrested and his assets were seized in 2012, he had been living in New Zealand for several months as a permanent resident.  By contrast, most other filesharing cases had played out in the U.S.  The foreign setting has made it exceedingly difficult for U.S. special interests effort to steamroll Mr. Dotcom.
 
Instead of a largely tidy case as the LimeWire and Kazaa affairs were, the treatment of Mr. Dotcom has been the subject of much controversy and has been politically damaging for the ruling regime in New Zealand.  New Zealand officials have both suffered under the persistent appearance of acting as lapdogs to the U.S. and have committed a series of critical areas that have threatened to blow up an already difficult legal campaign.



But that hasn't stopped U.S. law enforcement and their "partners" in New Zealand from trying.
 
After the DOJ indictment, New Zealand police began to snoop on Mr. Dotcom.  New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau (sort of the U.S. National Security Agency of New Zealand) monitored Mr. Dotcom.  After two weeks of spying, New Zealand officials decided it was time to raid Mr. Dotcom's home.  They did so, seizing much of his property.  His employees were rounded up and arrested at gunpoint.
 
At the same time New Zealand police froze his international assets.

Megaupload

Megaupload

Megaupload seizures

Police seize Dotcom's cars
New Zealand police seize one of Mr. Dotcom's cars during the Jan. 2012 raid. 

In jail and with little free financial means to defend himself, things looked dire for Mr. Dotcom.  But he would prove to be a far tougher foe than his enemies believed.  And in the months since his arrest and eventual release on bail, he has slowly won back his assets and dealt New Zealand police a series of setbacks.
 
IV. New Zealand Police Commit Critical Errors in Investigation
 
One key win came when Mr. Dotcom challenged the spying campaign that led up to his arrest.  His lawyers contended that the GCSB's actions against him violated his rights as permanent resident of New Zealand.  Permanent residents, the lawyers asserted, are protected against warrantless spying, just like citizens.  As the GCSB had failed to obtain warrants before snooping on Mr. Dotcom, their actions appeared brazenly illegal.
 
Mr. Dotcom was very vocal in the local media about the spying issue, and soon the public was rallying to his support.

NSA spying
Courts ruled that it was illegal for New Zealand intelligence agents to spy on Mr. Dotcom without warrants. [Image Source: Whoviating]

New Zealand Prime Minister, John Key -- previously a harsh critic of Mr. Dotcom's -- was forced to make an embarassing apology to try to limit the political damage.  He released a statement, commenting:

I apologize to Mr Dotcom. I apologize to New Zealanders because every New Zealander…is entitled to be protected from the law when it comes to the GCSB Government Communications Security Bureau, and we failed to provide that appropriate protection for him.

In other words, the setup leading up to the raid was patently illegal.  Those that accused Mr. Dotcom of breaking the law admitted that they themselves had broken the law.

Kim Dotcom
The raid on Mr. Dotcom's New Zealand mansion (pictured) was ruled legal, but the procedure followed was ruled in violation of the law. [Image Source: Wired]

Chief judge Helen Winkelman of the High Court of New Zealand in Dec. 2012 ruled that the spying was illegal and that Mr. Dotcom could sue the GCSB for damages.  As New Zealand is a "dominion" of the British Empire, the United Kingdom's court systems (via the Queen of England) still represent a higher authority and have the right to appeal decisions by the New Zealand High Court.  And appeal they did, via New Zealand's attorney general -- the local officer of The Crown.  But they lost their case in March 2013 when New Zealand's Court of Appeal ruled in Mr. Dotcom's favor.
 
It was also revealed that during this time, the government knowingly violated Mr. Dotcom's rights by carrying out the wrong kind of seizure.

Kim Dotcom court
Police intentionally used the wrong kind of seizure warrant so they could take Mr. Dotcom by surprise and seize assets they were not entitled to seize. [Image Source: AAP]

Normally, a case such as Mr. Dotcom's would involve the court giving a notice to the suspect of the imminent seizure.  Instead, released emails and other documents reveal that New Zealand police and prosecutors knowingly filed a more severe type of order which allowed them to raid and seize Mr. Dotcom's property without warning.  Further they allegedly seized items of little value, but of importance to Mr. Dotcom's family, which High Court judges ruled was illegal to do.

Last, but not least, the Court of Appeals ruled in Feb. 2014, that while the basic seizure was lawful, the police had violated Mr. Dotcom's rights when they passed Mr. Dotcom's hard drives to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.  If Mr. Dotcom was to be tried, the court argued, police must investigate him themselves, not act as puppet police to the U.S. government.

And now the Court of Appeals has given Mr. Dotcom yet another win, ruling that the police must return most of his assets.

V. Up Next -- Extradition Hearing

Kim Dotcom still faces one major legal danger -- a July 2014 extradition hearing.  

The New Zealand government is under substantial pressure to extradite Mr. Dotcom to the U.S. where he faces up to 20 years in prison for his alleged role in copyright infringement.

Kim Dotcom
Kim Dotcom is still fighting to escape extradition to the U.S. where he faces likely prison time.
[Image Source: Fairfax NZ]

Mr. Dotcom has alleged that the charges -- spearheaded by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder -- were the result of cronyism.  He points to the close relationship between U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and former Democratic Senator Chris Dodd, who today is the acting chief of Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA).

Chris Dodd
MPAA's corpulent CEO Chris Dodd
[Image Source: Scott J. Ferrell/Congressional Quarterly/Newscom]

Following the rejection of the "Stop Online Piracy Act" (SOPA) (H.R. 3261), Senator Dodd in January 2012 threatened to cut off the flow of movie industry money to the Obama administration.  While VP Biden and AG Holder would surely claim otherwise, it certainly seems circumspect that the charges against Megaupload were filed shortly after the movement to kill SOPA was reaching its climax and MPAA fury at the feds was peaking.
 
Mr. Dotcom himself is no stranger to the benefits of bribing government officials.  Mr. Dotcom allegedly used campaign donations to help grease his way into New Zealand.  Money helped New Zealand elected officials ignore Mr. Dotcom's legal troubles in Hong Kong at the time.
 
But now Mr. Dotcom finds himself up against a much deeper pocketed special interest.
 
VI. Dotcom Bomb: RIAA and MPAA Uploaded Copyrighted Works to Megaupload
 
But much as the New Zealand police's fumbles have threatened to undermine the case, the MPAA and its sister agency, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) appear to have committed a fatal error of their own.
 
In court the MPAA's lawyer, Steve Fabrizio contended:

Megaupload was built on an incentive system that rewarded users for uploading the most popular content to the site, which was almost always stolen movies, TV shows and other commercial entertainment content.

But a new analysis of Megaupload's database by TorrentFreak reveal that the MPAA and RIAA themselves were uploading many files to Megaupload.  The analysis showed 490 accounts, including 181 premium accounts, registered to users accessing the site from MPAA or RIAA IP addresses.  These accounts were responsible for uploading 16,455 files -- 2,097 GB of material.
Illegal download
MPAA poster: irony is thy name...

This kind of bombshell could destroy the entire case against Mr. Dotcom.  Recall that we saw similar mischief occur during the case against Google's YouTube, in which Viacom, Inc. (VIA) was caught uploading its own copyrighted materials in an apparent framing attempt.

RIAA
The piracy police yet again have committed piracy against themselves... whoops.
[Image Source: Sodahead]

While the accusation still needs to be further confirmed, it's increasingly appearing as if the MPAA and RIAA at best were breaking the law in the exact way they're accusing Mr. Dotcom of doing, and at worst were committing a deliberate attempt to frame Mr. Dotcom.
 
Indeed big media always seemed to have a fascination with Megaupload.  RIAA artist Swiss Beatz had agreed to serve as the U.S. "CEO" of Megaupload, and other top musicians had also marketed the site.  Emails published by TorrentFreak reveal that at the time of the 2012 takedown Fox (News Corp. (NWS)), Warner Bros. (Time Warner Inc. (TWX)), and The Walt Disney Comp. (DIS) were all proposing details to either advertise on or distribute content via Megaupload.
 
Now we know that the big money movie and music studios were not only interest in doing business with Megaupload, their employees were actively uploading files to it, including -- reportedly -- copyrighted works.
 
This isn't all that surprising.  Indeed, even aside from the Viacom debacle, big media and Congressional staffers alike have often been caught engaging in internet piracy.
 
VII. Poll: 77 Percent of Young New Zealand Voters Support Dotcom, Internet Party
 
Meanwhile, Mr. Dotcom is ratcheting up the pressure on New Zealand officials.  He’s launched a new cloud storage service, Mega, which utilizes strong encryption to safeguard his users -- and the site itself -- from special interest threats.

Mega launch
Kim Dotcom presides over the flashy launch party for Mega. [Image Source: Reuters]

At the same time he's launched a new political party, the Internet Party.  Similar to the Pirate Party, the Internet Party calls for copyright and law enforcement reform.  It is gaining significant support since its March 2014 launch in New Zealand.  A recent poll suggested as many as one in five New Zealand adults would consider voting for its candidates in the upcoming September election.  Even more impressive, in a poll of younger voters 30 out of 39 voiced support for the Internet Party.
Now New Zealand government officials must tread lightly.

With the courts increasingly acknowledging the growing body of evidence that U.S. special interests have committed to an illegal and dishonest campaign to first patronize then pummel Mr. Dotcom's business, pressure is on John Key and his ruling National Party.
 
At the same time don't expect the MPAA and RIAA -- and their hired help in the U.S. government to let the case go easily.  If Kim Dotcom wins he will have done what only Google has thus far successfully been able to do -- repel big media's war party.

Sources: Kim Dotcom, Torrent Freak



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This should not have happened...
By EricMartello on 4/22/2014 7:30:27 PM , Rating: 2
How is it that a law can be on the books that allows the government to seize property on MERE ALLEGATIONS? I could understand if the scumbags-that-be, MPAA/RIAA/US Government, had a case and proved it, but prior to there being an actual verdict, no private property should be subject to seizure.

This gross overstepping of authority is exactly why we need to start fighting left wing politics at every turn. When it is allowed to go on unchecked, you end up with cronyism and special interest groups controlling public policy.




RE: This should not have happened...
By DT_Reader on 4/22/14, Rating: 0
RE: This should not have happened...
By TheShniz on 4/22/2014 8:33:22 PM , Rating: 5
It's big business & crony capitalism from the left AND right political machines... vote them all out! And yes, Chris Dodd (a democrat and liberal nutjob) *is* very much in bed w/ the current administration, including the department of justice, and the current head of the MPAA. And let's not forget the whole Dodd-Frank debacle that was a big part of the housing collapse (a man of consistently poor character, I'll say that). There is no denying the facts, who do you think Hollywood supports? Reality Check please!


By rkhalloran on 4/23/2014 11:05:33 AM , Rating: 4
Chris Dodd, former US Senator, replaced Jack Valenti, former PR flack for Lyndon Johnson, as MPAA head. The movie moguls know exactly what they're doing; get someone with good Washington connections in place to push their agenda to the gummint, then grease the palms of any incumbent/candidate ready to spout the MPAA party-line on eeeevul copyright pirates.

The Rob Reid TED talk on 'copyright math' (GIYF) punctures this whole house of cards brilliantly. Add in that the tech industry has twice-to-four times the economic clout of the movie industry, and is now willing to lobby for *their* interests, add in the whole SOPA/PIPA debacle, and even the old white guys in the US Congress are starting to see where the power is shifting to.


RE: This should not have happened...
By Keeir on 4/22/2014 11:41:37 PM , Rating: 1
quote:
Left wing politics? I think you mean right wing politics. The Republicans are the ones leading the charge here.


No... while its understandable to be upset that the OP was blaming left wing politics only, the truth is for more than 6 years now the Democratic Party has essentially been the dominate force in both the Executive and Legislative branch of US government. Blaming it on the "Republicans" just doesn't work.

While not entirely accurate:
http://xkcd.com/1127/large/

Over the past few decades, both parties have been in the position to reverse the increasing reach of governmental power insertion into private citizen's lives. And over the past few decades, both parties, when in power, have expanded governmental power.


By Solandri on 4/23/2014 2:42:58 AM , Rating: 2
quote:
Left wing politics? I think you mean right wing politics. The Republicans are the ones leading the charge here.

http://www.opensecrets.org/industries/indus.php?in...

Note the party split and average contribution by party. It is one of the most Democrat-biased industries in the U.S. pushing for Dotcom's extradition.


RE: This should not have happened...
By conq on 4/23/2014 8:41:36 AM , Rating: 3
quote:
Left wing politics? I think you mean right wing politics.

Wow, really? How can either of you ignore the facts that this infects both sides of the aisles? When money is being left on the table, it becomes increasingly difficult to say no. So open your eyes, both parties are guilty of this crap.

Stop treating your party like a sports team and start fighting for your own political beliefs. You'll find out sooner or later that both sides makes good points and bad points. Then you'll be free to choose accordingly.

Though I admit the downside to being independent is you'll become increasingly despondent with political parties in general.


RE: This should not have happened...
By KCjoker on 4/23/14, Rating: -1
By purerice on 4/22/2014 8:01:44 PM , Rating: 3
I cannot speak for Kiwi law, but at least in the US, while past record of being a law-breaker, thief, and overall not nice guy does not reflect on present guilt, examples of possibly repeated behavior can lead to probable cause for reasonable search and seizure in attempt to obtain evidence of present guilt.

Take the OJ Simpson case. They had to seize his bloody gloves to perform testing. Maybe there was a hard drive in the trunk of that sports car, I don't know.

The fact that many people used MU may make them sympathetic to KDC's situation, but the reality is that it was just a more popular tool he used to get money illegally.
Mo many Daily Tech users MU was a cool tool but to KDC, MU was just another scam.
Had KDC had a squeaky clean record prior to running MU then he likely would not have gotten the rubber glove treatment.
Now that MPAA used his service as well in perhaps an attempt to frame him is their own crime.

Or maybe the authorities saw what a raging tub of soap he was and wanted to help him get exercise by walking instead of driving. Seriously, that brother needs some exercise.


RE: This should not have happened...
By 02david on 4/23/2014 6:10:37 AM , Rating: 2
This has little to do with left wing or right wing politics in my view and more to do with both sides favouring a move closer towards an authoritarion government and away from a libertaion government.


RE: This should not have happened...
By bug77 on 4/23/2014 9:24:17 AM , Rating: 2
This has nothing to do with authority either. It's just people with money doing whatever they need to do to keep them rich. Movie makers want to own everything from production to your TV (if possible, Sony is almost there), politicians just want to get re-elected. It's that simple.


By Amiga500 on 4/25/2014 4:36:05 AM , Rating: 2
hahaha - there is no left wing in US politics.

Its just right wing and really right wing.


In the eyes of SOME?
By FaaR on 4/23/2014 1:01:14 AM , Rating: 3
quote:
Kim Dotcom has never run from the fact that in the eyes of some he is a villain, a criminal.

He IS a villain, and he IS a criminal.

He's a documented, unrepentent serial fraudster, cheat, liar, embezzler and thief. Add to that, narcissistic, self-obsessed, self-glorifying egomaniac.

He was also set up by the gov'ts of both NZ and the US - unfortunately, cuz this guy deserves to spend the rest of his life in jail. He's a fcking thief who has stolen and squandered hundreds of thousands of dollars of other peoples' money in a number of different fraudulous schemes over the years, counting low.




RE: In the eyes of SOME?
By bug77 on 4/23/2014 5:10:51 AM , Rating: 2
At the same time, you cannot ignore that in this case, he wasn't doing anything different from any of today's cloud providers. That's got to make you wonder.


RE: In the eyes of SOME?
By FaaR on 4/23/2014 9:30:51 AM , Rating: 2
I did not know that today's cloud providers pay their users according to how much the stuff you've uploaded gets downloaded by other users.

I guess you could be right, but I don't think so.


RE: In the eyes of SOME?
By bug77 on 4/23/2014 12:32:46 PM , Rating: 2
Well the more you upload, the more they can mine, the more they can sell to third parties. And you get nothing in return, where Megaupload was kicking something back. They're not the same, but they basically offer the same service to the public.


RE: In the eyes of SOME?
By hughlle on 4/23/2014 6:59:55 AM , Rating: 2
Sounds like perfect election material then.


RE: In the eyes of SOME?
By marvdmartian on 4/23/2014 8:12:43 AM , Rating: 2
The problem being, you can't prosecute someone for the crimes you believe they've committed in the past, unless you've got the evidence to support it.....and you certainly can't prosecute for the crimes he was accused of, this time, because you believe they're guilty of past crimes.

The biggest problem with this whole debacle was the shutting down of the ENTIRE system, due to SOME sharing of copyrighted material. I have no doubt that some people were using it for nefarious purposes, and those files should have been taken away. I also have no doubt that there were also some people using it for completely legal sharing of their personal files, ALL of which were also taken down.

To me, that is akin to going into the hospital with an infection in your big toe, only to wake up from surgery, after they have taken your entire lower body half away via amputation. Not because it was the only way to stop the infection, but because they BELIEVED it was. The laws of this country are supposed to be "innocent until proven guilty", but in the case of file sharing, it all too often seems to be the complete opposite!


RE: In the eyes of SOME?
By PrinceGaz on 4/23/2014 2:16:23 PM , Rating: 2
quote:
Add to that, narcissistic, self-obsessed, self-glorifying egomaniac.

Whilst generally not considered desirable traits, I don't believe there is anything illegal about being a narcissistic, self-obsessed, self-glorifying egomaniac.


RE: In the eyes of SOME?
By denni on 4/25/2014 12:15:55 PM , Rating: 2
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
they are often envious and even angry of others who have more, receive more respect or attention, or otherwise steal away the spotlight.

Take your pills, and do not tell lies


What if?
By bug77 on 4/23/2014 7:09:16 AM , Rating: 3
So, just like Google was able to fight Viasat because Viasat themselves uploaded material to Youtube, so did Kim.
Is anyone else worried that the day MPAA learns to upload from anonymous addresses, they'll be able to pretty much frame anyone they don't like?




By illegalfireworks on 4/24/2014 12:14:17 AM , Rating: 3
Firstly, NZ is NOT a dominion of the British Empire. That ended in 1947 when NZ adopted the Statute of Westminster, removing the right of the United Kingdom to independently legislate in regard to New Zealand.

Secondly, the United Kingdom's court system cannot overrule the New Zealand courts (except for certain historical cases which can still be heard by the Privy Council).

Thirdly, there is no "Queen of England". That title has not existed for centuries.

Unrelated, Kim Dotcom is a stain on this country and the sooner he's imprisoned the betrer.




By fteoath64 on 4/24/2014 8:46:03 AM , Rating: 2
Good on Kim for this victory !. He knows how to use publicity leverage, political leverage, economic leverage and has a huge fan base in the Internet. It is hard to beat such notoriety that is wrapped in humour and gets the attention of most people out there.

This shows the limit of what the Justice Department can do thousands of miles away in lands OUT-OF-their-jurisdiction in the first place!.Thugs and slimeballs. At least NZ legal system and police have some sense of decency.




More pictures than article
By jimbojimbo on 4/24/2014 2:22:59 PM , Rating: 2
Dammit, what is this a picture book? Most of the entire page is pictures. Can we get some setting to just ignore all the crap?? What are we, 6 years old?




the cops should pay
By ipay on 4/24/2014 5:35:43 PM , Rating: 2
Kim Dotcom should be compensated for any damages done to his assets, plus the lack of maintenance on the cars. And now that he got all his money back, he should counter sue and publish all identifying information he has on uploads the mpaa and riaa did on Megaupload.




you are a man there Kim
By somas on 4/26/2014 5:33:21 PM , Rating: 2
Greeting there to u Kim and one here deisires to share some vital information with u and the inheriant rights as a "man"......the Paramount Claim for the Divine Proporation is a document that one can create to claim the DNA and remove one's title as being an=bandoned property of the state in a ruse to claim that the mother has given birth to a child and then unbeknownest to most is that the hosiptal where the event and issue took place is a foundling institution where the donations of the child are common where ever there is a central bank who utilizing the Birth Certificate as a Security. the Paramount Claim for the Divine proporation is the claim for the DNA or afterbirth which then enable the man or woman to claim the inheriant rights to the estate and then can make the claim on the estate as articulated in the Cestui Que Vie Act of 1666 where in article 4 states that: If the supposed dead Man prove to be alive, then the Title is revested. Action for mean Profits with Interest.

[X2Provided alwayes That if any person or [X3person or] persons shall be evicted out of any Lands or Tenements by vertue of this Act, and afterwards if such person or persons upon whose life or lives such Estate or Estates depend shall returne againe from beyond the Seas, or shall on proofe in any Action to be brought for recovery of the same [X3to] be made appeare to be liveing; or to have beene liveing at the time of the Eviction That then and from thenceforth the Tennant or Lessee who was outed of the same his or their Executors Administrators or Assignes shall or may reenter repossesse have hold and enjoy the said Lands or Tenements in his or their former Estate for and dureing the Life or Lives or soe long terme as the said person or persons upon whose Life or Lives the said Estate or Estates depend shall be liveing, and alsoe shall upon Action or Actions to be brought by him or them against the Lessors Reversioners or Tennants in possession or other persons respectively which since the time of the said Eviction received the Proffitts of the said Lands or Tenements recover for damages the full Proffitts of the said Lands or Tenements respectively with lawfull Interest for and from the time that he or they were outed of the said Lands or Tenements, and kepte or held out of the same by the said Lessors Reversioners Tennants or other persons who after the said Eviction received the Proffitts of the said Lands or Tenements or any of them respectively as well in the case when the said person or persons upon whose Life or Lives such Estate or Estates did depend are or shall be dead at the time of bringing of the said Action or Actions as if the said person or persons where then liveing.]
.....so one here is willing and able to provide more clarification to you and your group in the sincere purpose of enlighting you brother to the truth and to take your cause and movement to the next level.......the courts can only make a claim on the dead.....that is thier whole system.......and not the man......see we think that when we hire an Attorney we are doing the right thing but actually we are admitting to the Court wherever the court may be that we are incompetent to habdle out own affairs....Corpus Juris Secundum Volume 7 Section 4...we become wards of the court ....one here on the sacred land of the nation arizona has been studying this materila for a very long time and always share for free ..no cost .....nothing just a will of the man or woman who wants to learn the truth and walk the walk and be able to talk the talk......so one sends this message to you brother in hopes that one there will be open to more discussion in regards to this important issue ....may the sacred language of the seven stars bring forth resoniance to one's heart......for lat us always remember we are one...if you have the desire to contact one here feel free to do so at one's e-mail loaction ..somaswodi@yahoo.com......be well .....be wise and be at peace Kim to you and your beloved family .......:"Wado".........and shalom




By somas on 4/26/2014 5:44:45 PM , Rating: 2
pursuant to 63 C Am Jur 2nd section 247 all public officiers and officials are trustees for the people...........appoint them as trustee and then when they violate the appointment you can get them for Breach of Trust......and now they are persoanlly liable for the torts and damages caused by thier actions........... this is an international standard cause when they take thier oath, commission and bond they become what .........trustees for the public.....time to make a claim for all of the parties who took part ion the illegal seizuere of one's property, the unlawful arrest, trespass on your propery, assault , battery, misprision of felony, etc etc etc etc etc. mail fraud, fraud upon the court, tortiours acts commited under color of law, crimes against the man and woman and the children....of your family.....all of the property seized was an act to dislallow the usufruct of the property, rental fees apply for the lack of the use of your proprety......and screw the Crown and the BAR fly Attorneys......thay all work for the Crown of Engalnd......who has been indiced by the International Tribunal for Crimes against church and state alsong withg the pope and otheres in the clergy.....anyway Kim.....one is att your service brother....and we can chat whenever where ever you want by skype or Vsee or e-mail or by phone .........




By somas on 4/26/2014 5:54:41 PM , Rating: 2
afternoon there brother......it appears that you are facing an extradition coming up in july.....please go to this site and listen to the audio archive from April 4 and april 18 so you can listen to the man Kurtis describe the Paramount Claim......http://trustandcontract.wordpress.com/audiovideos/

there is the link......this also applys to your wife and children and your staff.....and whoever else is in your circle and if you could send me an e-mail or skype address one here will down load the version of one's Paramount CLaim for the Divine Proporation in one's english given name.......one here is a member of the Cherokee nation of Indians and ues the Cherkoee name in these posting to you brother........OK well have a great evening there on the land on New Zealand.....nd that is where one is at "on" the "land" "Wado" .....sincerely somas wodi Anisahoni .......and once again the e-mail address somaswodi@yahoo.com




Megacar
By Gunbuster on 4/23/2014 3:51:00 PM , Rating: 1
I wonder if he still owns "Megacar"?

http://janit.iki.fi/shit/megacar/




no
By kratier on 4/25/2014 3:33:48 PM , Rating: 1
its clear they are going to extradite him - your tldr article was boring and annoying to read- you write like a fucking idiot




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