We don’t want to ruin someone’s life,” Field asserted. “I do not want to cause anyone financial hardship.|
|From X-Art’s owner Colette Field’s interview (9/27/2014)|
This is a situation when I feel obliged to say something, but I don’t know what… I’m out of words and emotions. A pro se defendant’s Request for pro bono attorney in Malibu Media v Andrew Days (NJD 14-cv-05337) is just two paragraphs. However, those two paragraphs tell volumes about the unbearable pain lawbreaking pornographers, greedy attorneys and their German friends continue inflicting upon US citizens and residents.
I am requesting a Pro Bono attorney because I am unemployed and on Medicaid. For the last 28 years I have been suffering from chronic Lyme disease and now cancer as well. I cannot afford an attorney and this case has been causing me a great deal of additional emotional stress. Please help.
I am willing to provide tax returns and any doctor’s documents showing the state of affairs that I’m in. Keep in mind I am not even the subscriber of the IP address in question.
You know what… I don’t have an illusion that the crooks will drop this lawsuit. This is not the first time a disgrace like this happened (and continues to happen). Sure, according to Keith Lipscomb, “Prenda’s story [is] not Malibu Media’s story by any stretch.”
Or is it?
Today the crooks let this guy go. Did this post help? I don’t know… While I hope it is the case, it is rather irrelevant: what’s important is that the nightmare is over for Andrew. I wish him all the best.