Monday, August 12, 2013
Bigfoot Researcher Sues YouTube User Over False Copyright Claim - The Aftermath
|Note-the caption shown is part of the disputed claim.|
The following blog article discusses the circumstances of the claim.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Matt K., a Sasquatch enthusiast. Visit his blog, Bigfoot Crossroads.http://bigfootcrossroads.blogspot.com/2013/08/bigfoot-in-courtroom.html
Bigfoot in the Courtroom
I apologize in advance for the length of this article. My intentions are to put the truth out there. I realize this will anger certain individuals, but these are my honest opinions and views on the subject. The recent lawsuits in the bigfoot community have struck a cord with me. My line of work involves me in copyrights on nearly a daily basis. I'm sure some will think this is just another short-lived blemish and everyone should get back to bigfooting. Those individuals are partially correct, however these lawsuits, one in particular, are very serious and should impact everyone. Possibly even the future of the field of research. In a field where evidence should be shared freely to reach the common goal of the TRUTH, we now must face the facts that anyone at anytime could become the victim of a fraudulent lawsuit over the sharing of that information, or the expression of our opinions...
Matt's logo incorporates another obvious Neanderthaloid, presumably an Eastern Bigfoot. Just as an additional point of interest, this might even represent what the creature in the above photograph would look like turned around: