Amightywind Revealed: Claim 3 - They sued YouTube users for cybersquatting





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Published on Dec 14, 2011

On December 30, 2010, Elisabeth Elijah filed a lawsuit against 10 John Does. On December 14, 2011, it appears the lawsuit against 10 John Does is melting like a Winter snow at the start of Spring.

Video Summary

00:32 - August, 2010 letter from Elisabeth Elijah attorney regarding "cybersquatting" directed at pastorgeorgec

01:42 - Response to Elisabeth Elijah 8/10 attorney letter

02:51 - Elisabeth Elijah files lawsuit on behalf of herself against 10 "John Does" for defamation, tortious interference with contract rights, tortious interference with business expectancies, and conspiracy to injure in trade, business and reputation

09:40 - Elisabeth Elijah's claim for damages

10:20 - Subpoena 1 to Google for info on 69 YouTube users

15:40 - Subpoena 2 to Google for info on 110+ YouTube users

17:10 - Memorandum in support of subpoena 2

18:35 - Exhibit A in support of subpoena 2 memorandum

21:20 - Biggest LOL moment in memorandum

22:27 - Elisabeth Elijah attorney files notice of motion for hearing to overrule objections to subpoena and to enforce subpoena

25:45 - Elisabeth Elijah attorney takes the motion off calendar about a week before hearing date

26:20 - Current status of lawsuit

27:54 - Court info if you would like to find out when and if "John Doe" lawsuit is dismissed

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