Lawsuit Update

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There was a procedural setback in my plagiarism case against the Seinfelds. It's clear that I’m up against very powerful opponents. 

It is important to note that the court did not dismiss my defamation claim against Jerry Seinfeld or my claims against the publisher, Harper Collins. It is not a joke that Jerry Seinfeld used national television to paint me in the minds of millions of people as a "wacko" and an "assassin."  There is no defense of a sense of humor that can justify this.

I can and will continue to pursue these claims in NY state court for the harm the Seinfelds caused me and my family.

Thank you all for your continued support!

With fondest regards,


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Wow, I thought the lawsuit just went away. I'm thrilled that you have continued with your cookbooks, though. The local supplement - The Carroll Eagle - of the Baltimore Sun newspaper just featured your new cookbook. Kim Byrnes, the writer, is one of your biggest fans. I'm going to find your books at my bookstore, not just for my son who is actually a great eater already but for me, too. I'm trying to get more vegies into my diet to help me in my fight with overweight and high blood pressure. Now if you could halve or elminate sodium in your recipes, I'd be way ahead.

Good luck with your lawsuit - I always thought it had merit but that Jerry Seinfeld just had too much money and influence for you to prevail. Even if you don't win, congratulate yourself on your achievements with your cookbooks.

I feel like you could become like the man who invented the intermittent windshield wiper blade and his idea was stolen by the big automakers of Detroit. He was so consumed with getting credit for his idea that it ruined his life. At the end of the day, you will always know that you were first. Your body of work supports your claims.

I will continue to support you! I hope that the Court of NY suit your claim! custom essay writing

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