Not so serious
Video: Brett Langdon Gibbs replies to a motion
The document that prompted this movie to be produced is embedded below. It is a response in opposition to motions filed by Nick Ranallo in the “CP Productions v. Unknown.” case. This intensity of lies is not even funny anymore. I could go point by point, but that’s most likely what Gibbs, Steele and their clique want. This is probably a new strategy the trolls have unleashed: to pack as many lies in a single court document as possible, so an honest defense lawyer would get sick of disbelief how low his colleague can fall, and subsequently either experience a writer’s block or spend months debunking each and every lie.
On the other hand, crowdsourcing can withstand this predatory tactics, and what is impossible for a single person, many can do. So I expect commenters to rip off Gibbs’ arguments piece by piece.
Also, compare the following two documents on this case. Fairy v. Pinocchio: I’m sure you’ll have fun!
- Plaintiff’s case status report, Doc 15: Brett L. Gibbs
- Unknown’s case status report, Doc 16: J Curtis Edmondson
From now on, Brett Gibbs has a new nickname: “Pinocchio,” and he should be grateful, it could be much worse, like Paul “Anal” Lesko or Jeffrey “Blumpkin” Weaver.
14 responses to ‘Video: Brett Langdon Gibbs replies to a motion’
Rather than get into the misstatements of the facts and the law how about this statement that does not even make sense:
Since when would a tortfeaser’s digital forensic evidence have anything to do with a calculation of plaintiff’s damages? Just does not make sense.
Also a Status Report filed by Doe defender J. Curtis Edmondson points out several of Gibbs’s mistaements such as:
CASD Judge Gallo agrees with me that Troll Gibbs does not make sense:
“But while Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Application stresses the need for this information in order to assess damages, the Court is left puzzled by the obvious – an explanation regarding why the identities of the IP subscribers are necessary to assess damages when the extent of the alleged infringing activity is captured in full in Exhibit A. Plaintiff fails to
adequately explain, or even attempt to explain, its reasoning and the Court is left to make that
connection on its own, and is unable to do so. Exhibit A lists the IP addresses of the thousands of alleged infringers of the creative work at issue, along with the dates and times that the alleged
infringing activity occurred. Id. at Exh. A.
If Plaintiff’s true reason for requesting expedited discovery is to assess damages, the Court
finds that the thousands of IP addresses, complete with dates and times of each alleged copyright infringement activity, should be sufficient to calculate such damages. The Court is at a loss to understand how names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses connected to each IP address listed in Exhibit A could possibly assist Plaintiff in a computation of damages against Defendant.”
Click to access gov.uscourts.casd.380514.5.0.pdf
Troll Gibbs is currently pondering new lies and bullshit to toss to CA judges, stay tuned…
I’ll chime in:
1. Isn’t it the other way around? If Gibbs would care about the length of his nose he would write: forensic “investigators” and lawyers shop for Plaintiffs to promise them contingency 10% cut for using their names and copyrights.
2. Note that he should have put “investigators” in quotes, because unquoted means a licensed investigator whose methodology is transparent and certified. Not a wannabe hacker in Minnesota, who simply mutilated the open source Shareaza project.
So, 2 lies in one statement.
No, Brett, there is nothing to attack. You’ve lost your reputation long time ago. Just admit it. And “reputation of a pornographer” is an oxymoron.
…threatening with inapplicable statutory damages, attaching fake articles about the futility of the “wireless router defense,” citing irrelevant cases out of context, lying that you trolls are commited to proceed against a ransom letter recipient individually… You call it “providing infringers the opportunity,” scumbag?
Also note that there is a non-typo: you call them “infringers:” not “putative infringers,” not “alleged infringers,” not “ISP subscribers whose IP address was recorded.” No, you call them infringers here, as you do in ransom letters and phone calls.
How the latter sentence correlate with the former? Putting “however” does not create a logical link. Yes, recipients of ransom letters are forced to settle. Forced by predatory pricing: settling is cheaper than fighting. Forced by the lies described above.
Yes you do, liar.
Oh yes! You have carefully picked Liuxia Wong and Seth Abrahams! You are VERY careful.
Yes, you are not in the business of naming and serving anyone, you are in business of threats and blackmail.
Again, logical nonsense. “Therefore” can be used only after a proof, using it after unfounded and false statements constitutes a fallacy.
Really? You want it to end? How will you make money then? Whom you want to deceive, Gibbs?
The only message you send is that judicial system is unfair if it allows such blatantly frivolous lawsuits to proceed, and bottom feeders like you to unjustly enrich themselves.
Oh boy, Gibbs’s new strategy works! He managed to drag me into this despite my resistance. Jesus Christ! I already wasted an hour, and it’s less than 5% of text! I better go do something useful.
Never a waste of time debunking trolls. It is like putting salt on the slugs infesting your garden.
I have to resort to the simple things like proof reading your first paragraph…
Looks like a typical legal document trying to sway the Judge over to your side, these are very common in legal battles, and yes they do pick and sort their evidence to meet their needs. However as a paralegal, I would have to say the document would have never passed even the first weeks of the Research and Writing 101 class at UND.
You’re so much better a person than I. When I see these documents any more, I just see “blah … blah … blah … I’m a douchebag lawyer … blah blah blah … give me granny’s address … blah … blah … blah … threaten and harass my next pay day”
If not that, then something more like this:
“Legal subscribers to internet services who pay their bills and responsibly maintain service, whose complete and thorough identities are on file at the service provider’s main office, with no attempt whatsoever to obscure said identity with respectable internet service provider … are obviously a BUNCH OF FUCKING THIEVES WHO STEAL MY CLIENT’S PORN!! PAY ME, THIEF!! STOP STEALING MY PORN!! PAY ME PAY ME PAY ME PAY ME!! PORN!! YOU WATCH POOOORN!! PAY ME PAY ME PAY ME!!”
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