In his Memorandum Opinion & Order, Judge Keith Starrett found blogger and CPA Handshoe "exceeded" an order of the court, in that "amendments to his complaint exceed the allowance made by the Court."
Much more notably, the Mississippi federal court found "Plaintiff’s argument now amounts to an admission that he previously made false representations concerning his damages to the Court . . ."
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The U.S. District Court also roundly rejected Handshoe's allegation of "mispresentation" under the Digitial Millenium Copyright Act, and dismissed the claim with prejudice.
More to come . . .