My Larry King/CNN suit

This complaint was filed in District Court, Los Angeles,  on September 23, 2004. As it contains useful details of my personal story, I post it here again today. Remember, posting dates are for reasons of hierarchical separation, and not necessarily the dates things actually happened. Hopefully, insights will be gained as to how the

October 15, 2012

I recently received an email from a law student in Scotland who wanted to know what happened to my appeal in the Larry King case to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, where I asked for a remand back to the lower court for a trial, giving grounds, or maybe, fingers crossed,

Due to the dire consequences (dismissal) if I filed a brief late without prior written permission on motion from the court, when my opponent’s answering brief came in late with no prior motion, I filed a special motion to have it disallowed for that

Thank you Google!!
This “scholar” from the legal community, has written a piece, hugely damaging to me, which would appear to have a Hollywood movie script in mind rather than any form of enlightenment for its narrow audience made up of law students, lawyers and judges (the “legal fraternity”). It suggests that the truth virus

I filed this, at the last allowable minute, on January 10, 2006.
I received a call from a publication asking for comment – I said the document speaks for itself. I’m told the document is viewable at the Ninth Circuit filing office in San Francisco, and is a public document.
So I’ve decided to publish

The judge turned me down in Federal District Court here in Los Angeles, and I have decided to follow up with an appeal.
I feel I owe it to my readers in keeping with my mission, which is to provide some kind of map based upon personal empirical experience traversing America’s legal system.
I also

Reported by CNN, globally.
WATCH it in action, see how the media begins to manipulate public opinion. This is the seed. It will grow quickly. It’s terrifying.
[My emphasis is added]
Sunday, April 3, 2005 Posted: 6:14 PM EDT (2214 GMT)
A majority of U.S. Catholics surveyed want the next pope to have a

According to Daily Variety, CNN has extended Larry King’s contract, keeping the interviewer at the cable news network through 2009. Worth $7 million a year (that’s $28 million), the deal assures the future dominance of “Larry King Live”.