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Benjamin C. Debney just filed an individual suit in Oregon on behalf of AF Holdings.
Looks like it was dismissed: http://www.rfcexpress.com/lawsuits/copyright-lawsuits/oregon-district-court/124294/af-holdings-llc-v-brad-delay/official-court-documents/
Not sure why there is a judgement or what a copyright report is. Anyone?
Here is the docket as it appears in the archive which I think answers your questions. http://ia600409.us.archive.org/24/items/gov.uscourts.ord.109931/gov.uscourts.ord.109931.docket.html
Oregon District Judge Ann Aiken dismissed 34 Oregon Suits, filed by Salem-based attorney, Carl D. Crowell on behalf of Voltage Pictures. She wasn’t buying the scam.
Great news! Always nice to see the contagion quarantined in new territories.
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