Sunday, October 7, 2018

Cocktails & Popcorn: #MeToo Psychoptic Solved! Perkins Coie Sucks Straight Out Of Detroit

Yes, Ladies & Gentlemen, the #MeToo Psychoptic has been solved. 

It came out of Hollywood, Relativity Media, to be more specific, from their bankruptcy cases.

We are dealing with "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) of Perkins Coie, which sucks, because they were behind the bankruptcies, which were skirted through the Judiciary Committee in more dog and pony show of hearings, because they were doing what they do best - stealin'...and it all started in Detroit.

Just ask Bob.

Below, is a clip from the original #MeToo show, Masterminds, which was pitched to the "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) over there at Perkins Coie, who, attempted to cover up their hot messes, to eventually removing my Sweetie from the annals of history.

Having now watched the video, just replace the guns with law licenses.

Here is a bit of a background on Relativity Media and a few of their subsidiaries in stealin' intellectual properties, like copyrights and patents:

 Conyers Introduces “RESPECT Act” to Ensure Fairness for Music Legends & Motown Greats

Leading The Charge To Reclaim Copyrights
I can recall some of these people, just laying by the pool, grabbing their androids and clicking away, filing fake LLCs then filing claims of copyrights to their new addresses.

For example, a Motown artist (not that I am using George Clinton as a reference) has an LLC in state A registered with the U.S. Copyright Office.

Some "Legal Genius" (trademark pending) has found out that, with good internet reception, he can use his android, while waking up drunk from the night before, to file a fake LLC in state B, using the same exact name, and transfer all the royalties from LLC in state A from the U.S. Copyright Office.

Then, by lunch and a few more cocktails, the "Legal Genius" (trademark pending) will have those copyrights, bundled, patented, and leveraged at least 35 times as a financial instrument for real estate investments, that can be wiped with a bankruptcy, to start all over again, by dinner.

That is how I found out what they were doing in the Detroit bankruptcy with the properties.

The Detroit Land Bank Authority was an easy set up to steal the taxes because it was set up through bribery, blackmail, campaign finance of really vile politicians who pushed through the Michigan Emergency Manager Law on the local, county, state, federal and international level to run the same intellectual property fraud scheme through patents.

Relativity Media to Be Acquired by Investor Group, File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Again

Now, before you go off, sitting there grumbling under your breath that I am crazy (like a fox) I am going to take you on another fun ride through the SEC filings.

Robert L. Johnson has served as RLJ’s chairman of the board since November 2010. Mr. Johnson founded and has served as chairman of The RLJ Companies, an innovative business network that owns or holds interests in a diverse portfolio of companies in the banking, private equity, real estate, hospitality, professional sports, film production, gaming, and automobile dealership industries, since February 2003. Prior to forming The RLJ Companies, Mr. Johnson was founder and chief executive officer of Black Entertainment Television (BET), which was acquired by Viacom Inc. in 2001. He continued to serve as chief executive officer of BET until February 2006. In July 2007, Mr. Johnson was named by USA Today as one of the 25 most influential business leaders of the past 25 years. Mr. Johnson currently serves on the boards of directors of RLJ Lodging Trust, KB Homes, Lowe’s Companies, Inc., Rollover Systems, Inc. and Strayer Education, Inc. He previously served as a director of Hilton Hotels Corporation, US Airways Group, Inc., General Mills, Inc. and IMG Worldwide, Inc. RLJ believes that Mr. Johnson’s professional background, his prior senior leadership positions at various companies, and current and past board positions, make him well qualified as a member of the RLJ board.
H. Van Sinclair has served as RLJ’s president, chief executive officer and general counsel and as a member of the RLJ board since November 2010. Since February 2003, Mr. Sinclair has served as president and chief executive officer of The RLJ Companies. Mr. Sinclair also served as Vice President of Legal and Business Affairs for the RLJ Urban Lodging Funds, a private equity fund concentrating on limited and focused service hotels in the United States and for RLJ Development, RLJ Companies’ hotel and hospitality company, from January 2006 to May 2011. Prior to joining The RLJ Companies, Mr. Sinclair spent 28 years, from October 1978 to February 2003, with the law firm of Arent Fox, PLLC. Mr. Sinclair remains of counsel to Arent Fox. RLJ believes that Mr. Sinclair’s professional background, his prior senior leadership positions at various companies, and extensive legal experience, make him well qualified as a member of the RLJ board.
Lisa W. Pickrum has served as RLJ’s chief financial officer since December 2010. Ms. Pickrum has served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of The RLJ Companies since August 2004. Prior to that, Ms. Pickrum was a senior associate at Katalyst Venture Partners, a private equity firm, from September 2000 to January 2003. She has served as a member of the board of directors of DeVry, Inc., a provider of educational services (NYSE:DV) since November 2008 and a member of the Christopher & Banks board (NYSE:CBK) since 2011. Ms. Pickrum currently serves on the board of directors of Rollover Systems, Inc., and the RLJ McLarty Landers Automotive Group.
William S. Cohen has served as a director of RLJ since February 2011. He has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Cohen Group, a business consulting firm, since January 2001. Prior to founding The Cohen Group, Mr. Cohen served as the United States Secretary of Defense from January 1997 to 2001. He also served as a United States Senator from 1979 to 1997, and as a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1973 to 1979. Mr. Cohen has served on the board of directors of CBS Corporation since 2003. He has also served as a director of Viacom Inc. (2003 – 2006), American International Group, Inc. (2004 – 2006) and Head N.V. (2001 – 2007). RLJ believes that Mr. Cohen’s professional background, his prior senior leadership positions both at The Cohen Group and in politics, and current and past board positions, make him well qualified as a member of the RLJ board.

Now, I want you to go back in time with me to understand why so many of these people, heavily invested in Sinclair Publishing and BET, to name a few, would go through such lengths to create the #MeToo Psychoptic transposable model?

Sinclair Requires TV Stations to Air Segments That Tilt to the Right

I truly hope everyone understands that they were laundering money through political campaigns, children's trust funds, doing a bunch of other messy stuff those "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) like to do, like stealin' children, land and votes, right?

Can you say TARP?

It is all about the trust funds.

I am just going to go all the way out there and just say Perkins Coie Sucks because they were the law firm on the fake ass bankruptcy, just like the fake ass bankruptcy of Detroit from those fake ass mortgages, through fake ass businesses.

(See, I can create my own covert, counterintelligence #MeToo hastag.)

Ryan Kavanaugh likely made up sex harassment allegations against producer: judge

Hollywood producer Adam Fields on Tuesday was celebrating after nearly seeing his reputation ruined by #MeToo allegations.

Fields was ousted from Ryan Kavanaugh’s Relativity Media in 2016 and a year later stood accused by suddenly discovered files in the studio’s HR computers of sexual harassment.

But Fields, who was fighting his ouster in arbitration, was able to prove the allegation was totally made up.

An arbitration judge ruled that Kavanaugh likely created the bogus allegation — and awarded Fields every penny of the $8.44 million in back pay, according to arbitration papers filed in New York federal bankruptcy court on May 29.

“I’m happy to have my name and reputation restored,” Fields told The Post on Tuesday. “I can now go forward and do what I like best — producing movies.”

Fields, whose credits include “The Wedding Ringer,” “Limitless” and “Donnie Darko,” is expected to quickly recover from his seven months in exile — which is how long it took him to prove the ugly allegations wrong.

“The #MeToo movement has uncovered some really bad behavior that needs to be dealt with,” Fields said. “On the other hand, reckless journalism has also left irreparable casualties in its wake.”

Fields’ Relativity nightmare began in September 2016 when, on what he calls trumped-up allegations, he was fired for talking to the media — which violated his non-disclosure agreement.
Fields claims his “crime” was a seven-second elevator ride with a journalist.

Fields immediately filed for arbitration.

On the eve of an Oct. 31, 2017, trial on Fields’ claim, Relativity unexpectedly filed 2,000 pages of newly found documents.

It was in those documents that Relativity found a memo that “purportedly had been drafted by Relativity’s then Managing Director, Carol Genis, and which purported to document a pattern of egregious misconduct by Mr. Fields,” according to a bankruptcy court filing.

“In one instance a female employee detailed Mr. Fields (sic) suggestion that of his ability to increase their career path which she understood to be a sexual reference in exchange,” the memo read. “This employee directed me to 2 other female assistants whom she believed had experienced the same behavior.”

The alleged misconduct ultimately addressed unwanted sexual advances by Fields to “at least seven women (all unnamed),” according to the May 29 filing.

But in a stunning turn of events — one featuring a forensic audit of the computer generating the memo — arbitrator Judge Terry Friedman found the alleged peccadilloes presumably written up by Genis had been falsified by Kavanaugh.

This was after Genis testified at a one-day evidentiary hearing, accompanied by high-powered lawyer Patty Glaser, that she did not write or had ever even see the memo.

“The evidence was overwhelming and undeniable that Relativity falsified the Genis Memorandum,” Friedman concluded. “The [forensic] metadata refuted all of Relativity’s theories linking the Memorandum to Genis and establishes that it was last modified on Oct. 15, 2017 by ‘kav kav’, which must be Kavanaugh.”

Neither Relativity nor Kavanaugh could be reached for comment.

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