This complaint dates back to March 2006 and is directed against a hacker publication, 2600.com, and a convention for hackers called DEF CON. Mr. Riches© demands an exorbitant amount of money, as is his wont, in this case $669 trillion. Mr. Riches© also demands the return of the following items:
- voice changers
- Id Making Equipment
- Phone Scramblers
- blue box
- Pen register
- Phone diverters
- calling cards
- Spy Equipment
- Gino Romano Dolls-T-shirts-hats
- route accounts
- Ani Spoofer
With this list of items to be returned, it is unthinkable that Mr. Riches© could be involved in any criminal activity. Mr. Riches© alleges that DEF CON, along with other individuals, is involved in a vast conspiracy with the UCC to exploit his name “Gino Romano” on chat lines. How one enters into a conspiracy with a uniform act, which recommends the commercial law that should be adopted by states, is difficult to comprehend. But, this is a JLR complaint.
Mr. Riches© further alleges that DEF CON and 2600.com entered into an alliance with Al Qaeda, Irish Republican Army, Nigerian Janjaweeds, and Colombian FARC. The alleged goal of this alliance is to profit from Mr. Riches©’s on-line nom de plume “Gino Romano.” The complaint was dismissed for failure to comply with a court order to file an application to proceed in forma pauperis or to pay a $250 filing fee.
P.S. If any members of DEF CON or 2600.com were offended by this post, yojoe is apologizing. Yojoe does not agree with any of the allegations of Mr. Riches©.
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