Bipartisan group says nothing could be worse than EVERY federal judge holding stock in Facebook, right up to the Chief Justice; propose Inventor Protection Act
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Perkins Coie Bio
Perkins Coie Bio
Obama Administration running a secret paramilitary legal operation? (Nixon's White House "Plumbers" on steroids?)
Cutler's bio has an almost paramilitary tone: "Joe manages a rapid response enforcement team to vigorously defend clients, such as Facebook, against illegal spamming, phishing, pretexting, and other forms of malicious Internet behavior." Hackers hiring hackers to stop other hackers from hacking. Priceless. These hackers aiding The President of the United States to break the law. Tragic.
New, Aug. 6, 2013, Perkins Coie (advisor to the PRESIDENT) appears not to know the meaning of conflicts of interest. They chose to represent alleged infringer EasyLink Services as recently as Dec. 2012, even though one of their attorneys had counselled the plaintiff patent holder, J2 Global Communications, previously. Are these people really this morally deficient? Ironically, Bob Bauer speaks regularly on the topic of . . . ethics. His title at the Obama White House was "Special Counsel to the President for Ethics and Government Reform." More misdirection and Orwellianism, to be sure.
Fed Chairman candidate Lawrence "Larry" Summers tied to Leader v. Facebook corruption. More
America Now in a State of Anarchy &Tyranny?
(Jul. 26, 2013)—Based on America's Founding Father John Adam's criteria, Leader v. Facebook proves that America is now in a state of anarchy and tyranny, says feature article at OpenTrial.org written by AFI contributors. Click here to read the article. Also available at OpenTrial.org | Scribd | GoogleDrive. | Leader HTML
(Jul. 23, 2013 ) — Message to Congress: Fight Leader v. Facebook judicial corruption—Rescind. Investigate. Sanction. Certify.
Corrupt judges and government officials are in the proverbial cross-hairs of a growing anti-judicial-corruption movement. Calls to arms to combat the systemic corruption exposed by Leader v. Facebook are being made across America. (See the new poster on right. We encourage you to download the poster and display it prominently.) Washington D.C. should be plastered with these posters. The time of judges and attorneys secretly sniggering behind the black robes must end. In a democracy, a judgeship is a sacred trust. That trust has been violated.
(Jul. 17, 2013)—The U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up the failed district court ruling and judicial misconduct in the Leader v. Facebook patent infringement case. The injustice to Columbus-OH-based inventor Leader Technologies aside, this case also shines a flood light on the "old boy" backrooms of our federal system. Those rooms are in dire need of renovation. Their ethical underpinnings have sheered and the floor has collapsed.
The ethical lapses cannot get any worse than we are witnessing in Leader v. Facebook. EVERY judge who has touched this case holds Facebook stock. If we still value our freedom and our democracy, Congress must step in now to fix this injustice and the endemic problems that caused it. A democracy cannot survive without just judges.
"This is a simple case of theft. The people in power to correct it have been complicit. At a minimum, they were motivated by personal greed. At worst, other coercive forces were at play. Whatever the reason, justice must be served," said a social scientist close to the investigation.
An historian told AFI, "American foreign policy advocates John Withrop's 'city upon a hill' vision of American justice. But, the judicial corruption exposed by Leader v. Facebook is an utter embarrassment. I cringe now when I see our foreign service officers lecturing Afghans on democracy. Who are we to preach about the rule of law when our own Chief Justice can’t get it right?"
An entrepreneur close to this investigation said, "The conduct of Facebook's unscrupulous attorneys and these judges leaves me numb. Why bother building a business if these judges (and their cousin regulators) are just going to take it away based on 'old boy' payola, and not laws? We have become a Banana republic, sad to say."
These sentiments were echoed just today by syndicated columnist Thomas Sowell writing about the fate of the American justice system and referring to the lawlessness of this Administration. “After Zimmerman, is this still America?” by Thomas Sowell, The Patriot-News, Central PA, Jul. 17, 2013.
Trust is hard to build and easy to destroy.
Facebook was contacted for comment, but did not return calls.
Leader Technologies Inventor Protection Act
Rescind. Investigate. Sanction. Certify.
A group of bipartisan leaders has proposed the Leader Technologies Inventor Protection Act (see documents below). With the stated purpose to "restore public confidence in the patent system, and the justice system in general," the Act has three elements:
- Rescind the corrupted Leader v. Facebook decision,
- Investigate the wrongdoers among the judges and attorneys, and
- Enact new judicial conflict of interest certification procedures.
All patent holders, prospective patent holders and freedom-loving Americans are urged to support this initiative by contacting your Senators and Congressperson and asking for their support and advocacy. The investigators at AFI will be more than happy to package any research they require.
Two different narratives have been created for the Act and the backstory. Here they are:
Fig. 1 – Legistlative summary of the background and key elements of the Leader Technologies Inventor Protection Act. Click here to obtain a direct PDF version without having to log in to Scribd.
Fig. 2 – Sample letter to Senators and Congressperson soliciting their support for the Leader Technologies Inventor Protection Act. Click here to obtain a direct PDF version.Click here to obtain a direct PDF version without having to log in to Scribd.
Fig. 4 – Contacting the Congress provides comprehensive contact information for every member of Congress. Simply click your state and find your Senators and Congressperson. When you click on a name, all their contact information is listed for not only their office in Washington D.C., but also their local offices. The Members of Congress all now have a webmail form on their sites, so you can also leave a message online. We suggest if you use their webmail form, that you include a link to AFI. Simply cut and paste "http://americans4innovation.blogspot.com" (leave out the quotes). If you are more experienced with URLs, you could actually cut and paste the URL links to specific documents, posts and comments. This is actually more convenient for the Congressperson's staff, who can then simply forward your message to the appropriate person(s).
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