Yup, you read the title correctly! The fuck-tard attorney from Seattle strikes again! ( Oh by the way “FUCKTARD” is simply my opinion and is used as a term of endearment.) So the back story is pretty simple, back on January 13,2014 I received a Cease and Desist for some parody images that appeared on copyright-trolls.com, which I reported on publicly ( https://copyright-trolls.com/site/seattle-attorney-mccormack-ip-law-claims-copyright-infringementdefamation/). Being that I’m fairly reasonable ( and a nice guy) I promptly removed the questionable images, even though I felt strongly that the images would fall under fair use and were created as parodie’s by whomever created them…but I digress..
I then proceeded to scan the nice little fed-ex package contents as part of my posting about the cease and desist letter. Not wanting to omit anything and to paint a very clear picture for my loyal readers, I also included the color scans of the screen shots that were included in the letter that was sent to me….and posted them as part of the article/post…
On January 21, 2014 I get a letter from the same douche-nozzle acknowledging the removal of said images. ( yes the new post was already written at this point) Also in this letter it is pointed out that I may have missed a single image, which was also taken care of.
Fast forward to today:
I now get a letter stating that I have failed to “comply” with the cease and desist and that the images are still appearing here. NOT
I suppose I have to really dumb it down for those that can’t comprehend..
1. The original images were removed as a courtesy ( remember I’m reasonable and a nice guy?)
2. The images in question in this new letter NEVER existed until Seattle Lawyer Timothy B. McCormack Fed-Exed them to me at my address, because I created them when I scanned in the fucking letter..
3. Letter #1 and Letter #2 are completely unrelated, in terms of images..
So in a nutshell McCormack Intellectual Property Law & Business Law PS wants another cease and desist?? I think not the post stays, the images stay.. I’m clearly within my rights of fair use to scan a letter that was sent to me, post said letter and freely comment on said letter..Just because the images show up on a google image search isn’t my problem..
Below are all three documents for your reading pleasure: