Going to provide a quick update here, with more informative tips.
I hope you all can gather some knowledge from this situation. :)
This is an important tip that I think everyone in online business should know about. Simply because you reside in a different country you are not immune to the law. When it comes down to copyright law, it's an international thing. Now, if you live in a lawless country like Nigera, you won't be prosecuted. If you live in a developed nation, you're responsible for the laws of the country in which you live, the laws of the country in which your server is hosted, and the international laws and regulations that have been established to protect people from being victimized. Other, more serious crimes, like Perjury, will be prosecuted regardless of where the offender lives. Many countries take their laws seriously and will do whatever it takes to ensure justice.
Again, it would be very difficult for you to sue me since, I currently
reside in Ontario, Canada, and not in the United States, many things
would be needed to pursue action.
The individual quoted above seems to have collected the misconception that the legal system supports retaliation and revenge. He thinks that if I was to sue him, or that if my government was to sue him, he could, in turn, sue me for suing him. Unfortunately, that is not the way that any legal system works. There are always counter-claims, but these are in civil matters, and even then, do not fit the definition he has in his mind. If anybody in a case like this can sue for damages, it is myself, and not at all him. Furthermore, the amount of damages being sued for must be reasonable and backed by documentation - not random numbers simply drawn out of the air.
Also, I am speaking with local Legal Council to see what action or
amount I could legally sue you for, if you decide to take action, and
it is accepted, which bring me to trial in America. These cases could
include a law suit for over 100,000 in damages and more.
The individual continues to exemplify legal ignorance with this paragraph because he fails to understand that the charge of perjury is a criminal matter and not a civil one. Furthermore, if it were a civil case, he still is not compensated for having to appear in court. In some cases, the person who lost may be required to pay legal fees, but never to the definition this individual has in mind, and never to this extent. There is simply no basis for what is said in the above quoted paragraph. (On a side note, I'm not sure that a PR0 blog produces a hundred dollars an hour, but that's none of my business.)
I'm paid over 100 per hour for some work that I do. Technically any
time that I spend there would be charged at the same rate. Which
means, if legally I can prove you took me to court without cause (and
trust me, I can) you will be responsible for such fees +
transportation to said place. Which would go on-top of the 100,000 in
The individual amended this to the end of his letter. I would like everyone to keep in mind that an e-mail is not protected by any copyright law, intellectual property law, or anything of the sort. No one can be prosecuted for republishing an e-mail or other text-based communication of this nature.
Please note the content of this e-mail is protected by copyright,
republishing is illegal and will be prosecuted. :)
Finally, the individual also took it upon himself to try and spam Facebook with reports against my personal profile because he does not like my profile picture. When you take action like this, you only hurt yourself in the long run. Now, when the legal battle is engaged, there is more than sufficient evidence against this individual to prove that he is not only stalking me, but has some sort of personal vendetta against me, which shows clear intent and backs up my claims. The other downside to filing false reports with organizations is that they will never take you seriously in the future. Anyone remember the story of the boy who cried wolf?