Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Dozier Internet Law and the language of violence
Considering the pattern unethical, if sometimes hilarious, things to come out of Dozier Internet Law, references to killing shouldn't surprise me. But they still do:
From John W. Dozier, Jr's personal blog:
Dozier Internet Law continues to monitor and evaluate developments in the law of the web. Right now it looks like the laws and decisions are continuing to catch up with the "Wild West" mentality that is so prevalent among the "scofflaws" of the web. It's good to remember that some pioneers get arrows in their backs, I guess.
I've previously analyzed Dozier's nuisance lawsuits as a form of violence at Dreaming 5GW, which led to a reply by curtis at Phatic Communion, but I believe John's words are the first that include reference to direct, life-altering bodily harm.
Weirdly, in an earlier piece, Dozier defined "sadists" bloggers as those who are the first to recommend physical violence. Granted, John didn't recommend physical violence yet... "I guess."
There are plenty of other Lawyers I suggest you look for another one with integrity If John W Dozier asks you for a retainer. RUN!
Posted by: Ron | Tuesday, December 11, 2007
"If John W Dozier asks you for a retainer. RUN!"
It's now been more than three months since Dozier Internet Law's bumbleheaded threats . The sites they were hired to take down by DirectBuy are still up [2,3,4].
So Ron, I think you're right.
Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Wednesday, December 12, 2007