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Why put legal issues on the internet? / Louis Gibson

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You claim to have just got done suing someone but have a hard time believing that all the people in that video (they interview 4 or 5, but they said about a dozen) right?

All cases are not the same for my opening point. And your specific case certainly has no relation to Mr. Gibson case in question. You sued "someone", you stated. However, in Mr. Gibson civil case involves more than “someone” but multiple individuals, businesses, investors and was started in public damaging his business, business relationships, and most of all his reputation. The information related to the case was on television, broadcasted on line, and will be resolved on line, on television, and in a court of law.

In turn, the growth of electronic media has made the reporters as much of the story as the public, lawyers (and their clients). The internet has changed how cases are fought all over the world today. What I am saying is this campaign is all part of the case. Even this conversation we are having now. Evidence and traditional legal procedures are evolving due to technology and failure to adapt by lawyers or clients will result in misinformation. The OJ Simpson trial, for example...

Look how easy people are to judge Mr. Gibson now despite the evidence being so easily available by a click of a button. You think just because people appear on the news and scream foul play constitutes as factual information? Well you like many Americans are part of the illusion the media can and does have over society in general.

By posting fraction of the pertinent details only gathers support from thinking American that when the final puzzle is placed one can view the whole truth and nothing but the truth. This eliminates “anyone” specifically all the childish individuals more concerned with entertainment on https://www.complaintsboard.com and to get to those like you that can see pass the uneducated internet stone throwers pleading Mr. Gibson methods are causing them pain or some imaginary financial hardship but still under the media illusion. They respond with insults that have no value in intelligent society.

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  • Mi
      24th of Jan, 2011

    Let's face it, people are annoying. They can irritate you. They can disagree with your opinions. They can even act in ways that you think aren't polite. Unfortunately, laws have been put in place that prevent hiring thugs to rough them up. Heck, you can't even throw dead fish or horse heads in peoples' yards anymore. So what's a good bully to do?

    Well, friends, I have your answer! Use the legal system and media to harass those annoying individuals and publicly run their name through the mud! That's right, folks, you can use the media and legal system to attack your enemies, harass people who annoy you, even to make money!

    Here's how:

    Our system for Using the Legal System and Media to Harass Your Enemies has two parts. These parts can be used individually or together for more effect.

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  • Fd
      24th of Jan, 2011

    Redshield has no value in America's society. Get over yourself. elitist. I will put my degree up against yours, any day.

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  • Mi
      24th of Jan, 2011

    YOU ALL MAY NOT LIKE IT BUT LOUIS GIBSON IS CORRECT AND YOU ALL ARE WRONG!
    Part One: The Media

    News outlets in our country are desperate to fill papers and air time. So much so, that they are often willing to play fast and loose with the facts. You can use this desperation to your advantage.

    Step 1

    Get a recording (or some sympathetic witnesses) of your enemy saying something inflammatory. Don't worry about context. The media is only interested in sound bytes. Pick the most inflammatory segment of the statement, cut it out, and discard the rest.

    Step 2

    Turn these inflammatory sound bytes over to as many media outlets as you can. The key here is volume. Some may research your story and discard it. Many won't. You're looking for the latter. If you can get a few to run it, you're golden. The others will follow suit out of a sense of competition.

    Step 3

    Find some social organization that exists to bully people about the cause your sound byte relates to. Examples might be PETA, ADL, NAACP, or even some political parties. Turn your sound byte over to them and ask them to activate their members on this matter. These organizations are propoganda machines. If you can get them incensed (remembering context is unimportant here, it's all about the sound byte), they can mobilize huge numbers of zealots who will do just about anything for their cause.

    Step 4

    Sit back and laugh up your sleeve (off camera, of course) as your mark tries to defend himself.

    Part Two: The Legal System

    The legal system in our country has been created to be relatively easy for legitimate victims to seek relief. That means it's easy for you too! Forget about the fact that your frivolous case is tying up a system designed to protect those truly in need. This is about getting your way with your enemy.

    There are two parts to the legal system - Civil and Criminal. People who are truly afraid use the Criminal side. They call the police and ask for help. That would look really good, but there are drawbacks; 1) The criminal side requires proof "beyond a reasonable doubt" sometimes even before they will start the ball rolling. 2) Once the whole story comes out, you could be charged with false reporting. For these reasons, we will stick primarily with the Civil side.

    Step 1

    Once again, you need a recording or statement with sympathetic witnesses that sounds threatening. Here too, context doesn't matter. Cut out the best parts. Make your mark bring up the context.

    Step 2

    Head down to the court house and ask the clerk for paperwork to file a temporary restraining order (TRO). In order to get a TRO, you have to say you're afraid of one of the following:

    a.assaults and threatened bodily harm;
    b.domestic abuse;
    c.emotional abuse of the elderly and;
    d.stalking.
    After you fill out the paperwork, a judge will look it over (don't worry, your mark won't be there to defend himself, so you can say pretty much whatever you want) and sign off on it. The TRO then has to be served on the mark. A court hearing will be scheduled in a week or so. You can show up or not at that point. You've already gotten your leverage.

    Step 3

    Tell as many people, and media outlets, as you can. Statements like, "I had to file a restraining order on that guy" and, "Did you know he has restraining orders filed against him"? are great for two reasons. First, they immediately frame you as a victim in peoples' minds. Most people don't understand how easy it is to get a TRO. They assume there must be something to it. Second, they make your mark look like he must be a frothing maniac. After all, you had to get legal paperwork to keep him from harming you!

    This can also work exceptionally well on business competitors. Use the TRO as a sales point - "You don't want to work with him. He's unstable. Didn't you hear about the restraining order?"

    Step 4

    See Step 4 above.

    This system works so well because at no point in either Part One or Part Two does the mark get to defend himself until after the damage is done. The first story, the inflammatory one, will get the headline. When things finally wash out, and the mark does get to defend himself, it will be old news and therefore buried, if covered at all. By then, the damage is done for your purposes.

    (The preceding is satire. Only a low-down, dirty hairball would ever consider lying to the people and gumming up the legal system in a manner such as this. If you ever run into such a person, we strongly urge you to tell them off and possibly wipe boogers on them.)

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  • Mi
      24th of Jan, 2011

    So the point is you all on this board attacking Louis Gibson are in need of boogers on you! How does the truth feel?

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  • Qu
      24th of Jan, 2011

    Wow!

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  • Qu
      24th of Jan, 2011

    Yes it does, high profile cases are responsible for laws like the Amber alert and Jessica's law, there are others and with out the high degree of media scrutiny they would have never have been introduce let alone passed.

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