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second_letter [2019/04/16 14:34]
Carlos Pedraza [Trying to Settle]
second_letter [2019/04/22 00:11] (current)
Carlos Pedraza
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 ====== Lawyer Decries Defamation as Questions Multiply in Suit ====== ====== Lawyer Decries Defamation as Questions Multiply in Suit ======
  
-**//Big talk, little action: ​It's not clear Alec Peters ​is serious about doing more than intimidating director Rob Burnett// **+**//Big talk, little action: ​Is Alec Peters serious about doing any more than intimidating director Rob Burnett?// **
  
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 Dorros warned Dever’s client off such behavior: Dorros warned Dever’s client off such behavior:
  
-> I will not go into detail as to the various and multiple other instances of quite clear defamation by Mr. Peters relative to Mr. Burnett, however I must again insist that you ensure that your client immediately cease and desist from any such further conduct and remove/take down any and all similar language … from any location accessible by third parties, including without limitation, the Internet, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, the Axanar Productions website, or otherwise.((Letter from Torin Dorros to H. Michael Dever, Re: Alec Peters and Axanar Productions,​ Inc. v. Robert Meyer Burnett, p. 3, 4/12/19.))+> I will not go into detail as to the various and multiple ​[[yout>​IDDI8KeRsug|other instances]] of quite clear defamation by Mr. Peters relative to Mr. Burnett, however I must again insist that you ensure that your client immediately cease and desist from any such further conduct and remove/take down any and all similar language … from any location accessible by third parties, including without limitation, the Internet, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, the Axanar Productions website, or otherwise.((Letter from Torin Dorros to H. Michael Dever, Re: Alec Peters and Axanar Productions,​ Inc. v. Robert Meyer Burnett, p. 3, 4/12/19.))
  
 [{{ :​captain-peters-1.jpg|**Alec Peters**}}] [{{ :​captain-peters-1.jpg|**Alec Peters**}}]
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   * **First delay**: It took Peters 25 days to serve Burnett, a California resident with the legal summons for the Georgia lawsuit.   * **First delay**: It took Peters 25 days to serve Burnett, a California resident with the legal summons for the Georgia lawsuit.
   * **Badly served**: Neither Peters nor his attorney have filed the required proof of service with the court. Without such proof filed with the court, Burnett isn’t required to reply to the suit, effectively grinding Peters’ legal action to a halt. According to Dorros:   * **Badly served**: Neither Peters nor his attorney have filed the required proof of service with the court. Without such proof filed with the court, Burnett isn’t required to reply to the suit, effectively grinding Peters’ legal action to a halt. According to Dorros:
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 > While indeed Mr. Burnett appears to have been served with papers in the action — this should not be taken as a concession as to whether such service in fact is proper or sufficient and thus for the moment our position is that service is improper and/or insufficient.((Letter from Torin Dorros to H. Michael Dever, Re: Alec Peters and Axanar Productions,​ Inc. v. Robert Meyer Burnett, p. 1, 4/12/19.)) > While indeed Mr. Burnett appears to have been served with papers in the action — this should not be taken as a concession as to whether such service in fact is proper or sufficient and thus for the moment our position is that service is improper and/or insufficient.((Letter from Torin Dorros to H. Michael Dever, Re: Alec Peters and Axanar Productions,​ Inc. v. Robert Meyer Burnett, p. 1, 4/12/19.))