I had a lot of fun writing the Naegeli article. When I was done with it, I let them know it was live.
Naegeli apparently doesn’t agree with what I’ve written. Richard Teraci told me the company’s attorneys would be filing suit against me if it is not removed by Monday, November 22, 2021 at 9 PST. My response can be read below. I also accidentally BCC’d a number of news organizations and field contacts so that if Naegeli fails to take legal action everyone sees it’s a barking dog with no teeth.
Unfortunately, Richard didn’t appear to appreciate my response much.
Some companies seek to keep court reporters silent. Fear is a tool used to maintain silence. Either the company will fail to sue me and show you all there is nothing to be afraid of, or they will sue, lose, and show you all there is nothing to be afraid of. Either way, reporters across the nation will get to see this for what it is, a baseless attack on our right to free speech. More as this story develops.
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4 thoughts on “Naegeli Threatens Legal Filing Against Stenonymous”
Just when I think it can’t get better, it gets better!! So amazing!!
Good for you, Chris! And hopefully good for us. Hard to believe this firm wants to push this far since you have documentation as proof. There’s nothing on the invoice saying they’re billing for an expedite which would be required to explain the exorbitant charges. I’d love to see them try to sue and have this news splattered everywhere!!
Even an expedite for $11.50 on a copy is just dumb. I’ll be the first to say it. Not one working reporter I know picks up that much on a copy sale.