AK47 Pwned

Excuse me while I greedily devour this slice of humble pie.

It appears that the statements made by the infamous “AK47” were far worse, and more extensive, than those that appeared in the AutoAdmit complaint.

I have previously railed against AK47, but suggested that he should be outed by a bounty, rather than by a subpoena. See here.

It appears that Keker & Van Nest opened up the whup ass file in drafting this opposition to AK47’s terrible motion to quash. However, I must say that it was a whole lot of overkill. The same thing could have been accomplished in a one-line opposition “the issue is moot.” Apparently, AT&T has already outed AK47. Accordingly, the 29 page opposition is a bit puzzling.

My guess is that KVN must be using this case as a “training exercise” for its younger attorneys. Otherwise, I can’t see why they would be going to the wasteful lengths they have thus far.

If you want to see the dumbest thing ever done in litigation, feast your eyes on this letter that AK47 sent to the Plaintiffs’ attorneys.

12 Responses to AK47 Pwned

  1. zabigkahuna says:

    Can he possibly use the insanity defense in this case? I mean, there is no other explanation other than he’s either stupid, or crazy (maybe a little bit of both?)!

  2. alohajoe says:

    Is there proof that AK47 actually wrote that letter? There are a lot of of evil minds on Autoadmit with a lot of time on their hands. I wouldn’t put it past one of those maniacs to write something like this and try to pass it off as being sent by AK47. Of course, I find this whole debacle to be interesting and can’t wait for more of those idiots from Autoadmit to be exposed. KVN, please keep the filings coming!

  3. You know, you do make a good point… I wonder if AK47 is really a whole collection of people? I don’t know. This case just gets nuttier and nuttier.

  4. Desert Eagle says:

    I think it is exceedingly likely it is the real “AK47” because AK47’s motion was filed in response to the notice of the subpoena sent by AT&T to the actual subscriber. Plts say they learned of his identity from AT&T b/c he filed his motion too late, and the certificate of service says it was served by hand, presumably on the person whose identity they learned of from AT&T.

    That letter is an absolute classic though, absurd rants going from threats to begging to threats. It reminded me of a negotiation with an insane man holding hostages at gunpoint. Well, except for the fact that he had no real leverage. If it accompanied the motion, it’s too bad he didn’t put it up on PACER.

  5. Justin J says:

    Why were you served in this response? I thought you weren’t representing any of the parties?

  6. I don’t know. Perhaps simply out of courtesy.

  7. Rick says:

    I realize this guy said a whole lot of very hurtful things, but I do feel sorry for him.

  8. anon says:

    Maybe if you’d examined this case a little more closely in the first instance this letter wouldn’t come as such a surprise. There is nothing new in it, even the bad writing was predictable. The fact that a number of pundits pronounced on the case without a clue as to its underlying facts is bigger news than AK47 going belly up.

  9. Anonymous says:

    How could the bad writing be “predictable,” considering the prestige that is AutoAdmit?

  10. meow meow woof woof says:

    “Why were you served in this response? I thought you weren’t representing any of the parties?”

    randazza got a copy cause the keyster or kester (san fran) lawyers want to show how spectacular they are.

    i feel bad for AK47 also. i feel bad for the girls too, but this dude is really getting it bad. it’s like 10x’s worse. at least he has legal knowledge and can defend himself (yeah go ahead and laugh). it’s better than dropping $25k on a case where you are going to get drilled regardless.

    i say just let the wolves take it. then flee to the philliphines or thailand and hang out there for ten years or so until it blows over. change your name and everything else. the chicks are fantastic over there from what i hear.

  11. Ken says:

    It will be interesting to see if this process is repeated in connection with Juicy Campus, another vile site.

  12. Ben says:

    Am I the only one distracted by the typos in the KVN opposition?

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