Keep that in mind when reading this:
blogspot.com -- hateful content and copyright violation. How's the verge of being shut down. You lose. I am coming for you, it's that simple. Quit watermarking my artwork, you didn't create it you have no right to post it with your fucking watermark. You're just pissed off because I did that non-fiction book exposing you.Give me my fucking artwork back without the watermarks. If you were any kind of descent human being you'd respect someone's copyrights event they were mine. I am in the process of shutting you down because you are in violation of TOS on
You're the freak around here mother fucker because you're going around stalking me without end -- for that, I will file criminal charges on you. Criminal harassment. Leave my family alone, and leave my work alone! Give me what I rightfully own and I will leave you alone. You have no right to steal my blog entries, or my artwork you faggot. Go drink some cynide if you keep doing that shit.Now that he's done it to me, I am looking into the legality of Nicky demanding I pay him hundreds of dollars in an extortion attempt. I've seen him do it to others but now that he's done it to me, I can look into just how legal or more importantly, illegal his actions are. He's trying to be civil in that email believe it or not and he's stopped having paypal demand I pay him that's because he's realized he's fucked up and he's scared. Bad enough he's getting sued for libel now he may be facing serious legal problems.
"Extortion, outwresting, or exaction is a criminal offense, which occurs when a person either unlawfully obtains money, property or services from another through coercion or intimidation or threatens one with physical or reputational harm unless he is paid money or property.
In the United States, extortion may also be committed as a federal crime across a computer system, phone, by mail or in using any instrument of "interstate commerce". Extortion requires that the individual sent the message "willingly" and "knowingly" as elements of the crime. The message only has to be sent (but does not have to reach the intended recipient) to commit the crime of extortion.
Extortion currently carries up to a maximum prison sentence of 20 years in most states and under Federal law."