Jordan Maxwell SHATTERS

Rotten Dolezal Deal

Jordan Maxwell - Researcher

Pictured — Jordan Maxwell

Josef Dolezal, Sr. and His Sons'
Failure
to TAKE $$$ ALL $$$
Jordan Maxwell Property,
Including Jordan Maxwell's NAME,
From the Man Widely-Known as
Researcher Jordan Maxwell

Self-Employed Handyman & Dad,
Josef Dolezal, Sr.,
Director of Momentum Development,
Declares BANKRUPTCY
(Total Liabilities: $386,452.98)
About 4 Years Before Meeting
68-Year-Old Jordan Maxwell

This website has NO AFFILIATION with Jordan Maxwell.

The following information is presented as is for educational purposes only
on matters first made public by the Dolezals in 2012
and may be subject to errors or omissions.

The reader acknowledges and agrees that this website is not liable in any way whatsoever
for the accuracy or validity of the information provided.

Much of the information here was found and corroborated at:
PACER — Public Access to Court Electronic Records
and
Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
and
UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE
and
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT, MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

In a Los Angeles courtroom in August 2012, in a case based on false claims brought by the Dolezals, but really about vindication for a barrage of pejorative profanity earlier directed at one of them concerning his prodigious and invincibly sloppy stupidity, the Dolezals, employing that same knee-jerk stupidity, found their case not going very well for them at all, no matter how much they talked, which ended with a Dolezal son losing his composure in exasperation before the court. The elder of the Dolezals, was left utterly befuddled and confounded, looking like, "What just happened?", given the ruination of their scheme to teach a lesson to, and extract money from, a nemesis contemptuous of them.

There, the Dolezals — Josef Dolezal, Sr., Josef John Dolezal, and Jakub Richard Dolezal, the three appearing as MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT LLC — presented to that court an assignment document they testified to writing and requiring Jordan Maxwell to sign. Jordan was in that courtroom, and the court eventually named him as an additional defendant because the Dolezals began their case by putting in writing, under penalty of perjury, that Jordan Maxwell was their "former Momentum Development employee". The Dolezals testified they had to keep hiring, firing, and putting 69-something-year-old Jordan on probation, hence the Dolezals requiring Jordan to sign their assignment document.

The Dolezals dismissed that case given the ignominious results of their first performance in court, and the court's dubious reaction to their testimony, but because of that assignment document the Dolezals mistakenly spend YEARS ORDERING and COMMANDING Jordan Maxwell (and others) to CEASE using his OWN NAME and to RESTRICT his speech and appearances in media and public, causing by then 73-something-year-old senior Citizen Jordan Maxwell economic harm, and leaving his audiences wondering about the man's resulting near-total absence from public view. The US Trademark Office; Los Angeles Superior Court; and UNITED STATES District Court, Central District of California, say the Dolezals are wrong.

Contrary to the Dolezals' 2012 testimony, in 2014, in a different case in federal court, the Dolezals (MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT) as defendants maintain the position in writing that Jordan Maxwell "was never employed by Defendants". In 2016, in that same court case, the Dolezals further maintain the position in writing that Jordan Maxwell and the Dolezals were not even "business partners," but only "colleagues" — completely opposite testimony to what the Dolezals put in writing, under penalty of perjury, about Jordan Maxwell in their 2012 court case, where Jordan Maxwell was their "former Momentum Development employee" — two different court cases, two different stories in writing from the Dolezals.

The Dolezals allege they paid Jordan Maxwell a total of $30,001.00 (Jordan says NOT TRUE) as of the date of the assignment, March 30, 2010, in various cash installments over the prior 6 months and owe Jordan nothing more — odd, considering the 69-year-old party bearing the name Jordan Maxwell allegedly gets 1 relatively paltry payment for a lifetime's worth of work, with the percentage of that 1 payment getting smaller and smaller over time when divided by the ongoing accumulating gross proceeds, compared to the other party not widely-known as Jordan Maxwell (the Dolezals) who help themselves to the windfall of getting paid forever for a lifetime's worth of Jordan Maxwell's work they did not create. Consequently, on a website the Dolezals cut off Jordan's access to, bearing Jordan's name (jordanmaxwell.com), the Dolezals promote the $$$ SALE $$$ of Jordan Maxwell's work and products and take all the $$$ proceeds $$$ as theirs to the exclusion of Jordan Maxwell. Simultaneously, to justify their actions, the Dolezals go on that website, and go on the Internet and media, to lash out and incessantly portray Jordan Maxwell as a flaky scumbag who filches on deals, when Jordan publicly alleges he's being callously ripped off and his property continuously transgressed upon. The Dolezals hold the man Jordan Maxwell in unmitigated contempt, but they hold in utmost esteem the $$$ money $$$ his name and work brings them.

Counter to their August 2012 courtroom testimony, in later court cases with the Dolezal assignment under the scrutiny of the law, the Dolezals now go so far to allege 69-year-old Jordan Maxwell wrote their assignment document, and they do not understand his reasons for presenting them with it, as if to lay the foundations for the suggestion this entire quandary is the result of the cloak-and-dagger machinations of a well-seasoned, ingenious, elderly trickster, impecuniously living off $700-to-$800-a-month Social Security checks, with a dark secret motivating his actions, which the Dolezals have fallen victim to. Instead of escape and staying as far from the trickster's path as possible, the Dolezals find the trickster's money miraculously keeps coming their way, which they must manage, and they're shielded from the trickster by the assignment, and they're able to discipline, compel obedience, and order and command that trickster by that assignment. Jordan denies writing such an obviously bizarre deal for himself, saying that's ludicrous on the face of it.

Jordan alleges what really happened on March 30, 2010, the date he signed the Dolezal document, and the first time he saw it, was he was living in an old trailer he was put in by the Dolezals, in the driveway of a house the Dolezals were renting at this address: 23361 FRIAR ST, WOODLAND HILLS CA 91367-1432. Jordan, a 69-year-old elderly man, said he was very sick, under a doctor's care, and in the trailer sleeping. Josef Dolezal, Sr. banged on the trailer door, waking Jordan. Dolezal, Sr., Director of MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT, told Jordan to get inside the house, the Dolezals had something for him to sign, if they were to continue doing business together. Jordan said he was sick and didn't want to do it that night. Dolezal, Sr. was not asking. He was ordering — do it now, there's a notary at the house, so sign immediately or Jordan and the Dolezals can't do business, meaning out of the trailer and onto the street for Jordan. Jordan alleged he walked into the house, and the whole Dolezal family and some other people were at a table. Jordan said there was a mobile notary there: Philip H. Berkner, 22789 LIBERTY BELL RD, CALABASAS CA 91302-5720. Jordan was told by the Dolezals to sign their document, and he did. Then, not feeling well, he went back to the trailer and threw up.

Trailer the Dolezals Put Jordan Maxwell In

The Opulent Dolezal Trailer Jordan Maxwell Lived In

Jordan Maxwell also denies being paid an alleged $30,001.00 cash by the Dolezals, testifying no money passed hands on March 30, 2010, the day Jordan signed the Dolezal document, not even $1.00. Jordan alleges he always told the Dolezals from the start of their association his deal with them was a 50/50 split of the gross proceeds from his work, their job being to help get it to the public, particularly via website. Jordan says on the day he signed that document he sold nothing, and he saw a document entitled, "Assignment of Intellectual Property", so he interpreted the document he was signing to simply be a conditional assignment of rights for ongoing periodic payments ("other valuable consideration"), which the Dolezals wrote they "SHALL PAY" (future tense, futurity, having no force and effect at this time, having nothing to do with the present, NOT NOW), starting from March 30, 2010, the date of the assignment, with the ongoing periodic payments resulting from a 50/50 split with the Dolezals of the gross proceeds from Jordan's work — what Jordan always told the Dolezals, plus ordinary and equitable enough to be expected, given there's 2 parties. Jordan alleges he was given no reason by the Dolezals to suspect why an ordinary and simple divide of the gross proceeds (100%) by 2 (50% for 2 parties) would be deviated from, that requiring a contortion of the mind.

According to Jordan, he was surprised and had no idea the Dolezals would interpret and try to enforce the document he signed as an incredible one-shot buy out agreement, restricting Jordan's use of his name, and cutting out Jordan Maxwell from the Jordan Maxwell business FOREVER, rather than an ordinary and typical 50/50 ongoing split by 2 parties, particularly since the one-shot payment allegedly given to Jordan becomes a smaller and smaller percentage over time when divided by the ever-accumulating gross proceeds from Jordan's name and work the Dolezals planned on helping themselves to forever, a true windfall.

In multiple failed Dolezal attempts to trademark the name Jordan Maxwell without Jordan's consent, the US Trademark Office said the Dolezal document of the deal is just that — an assignment agreement, not a buy out akin to an example the Dolezals cited. In other words, the Dolezals tried to argue buy out meant Jordan Maxwell the man was cut out, but the US Trademark Office said not so. The Dolezals still needed Jordan's explicit and written consent, specifically stating a Dolezal may trademark Jordan's property (his name). This was despite a Dolezal protracted protestation that their Dolezal assignment was alleged evidence of Jordan Maxwell the man having no further interest whatsoever in any and all matters concerning Jordan Maxwell's property as of the date of the Dolezal document — March 30, 2010. Jordan Maxwell the man, in the Dolezal mind, where Jordan Maxwell's property was concerned, as in this instance, was peremptorily dismissed, of no consequence and further concern, and out of the Jordan Maxwell business FOR GOOD. The Dolezal assignment proved it. Not so, said the US Trademark Office. If a Dolezal wanted to trademark Jordan Maxwell's property (his name) without trespass, the Dolezal needed the man Jordan Maxwell's consent, and the Dolezal assignment was not evidence of the man Jordan Maxwell's consent, according to the US Trademark Office. That would be perpetuating trespass against a man and his property — CASE CLOSED, Dolezal trademark applications DEAD, Dolezal plan THWARTED.

Jordan Maxwell alleges he signed the document merely because the Dolezals said to continue doing business with him they needed his permission to use his name and likeness to sell and distribute his work and products via their wholly-owned Dolezal company MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT LLC on a website bearing Jordan's name (jordanmaxwell.com), whose registrant was Jordan Maxwell — plausible and seemingly fair enough on the surface to not be able to refuse without seeming unreasonable, and plausible and fair enough on the surface to not contort the mind to suspect the surprising and hard-to-fathom consequences, soon to follow, that made a signature worse than a knife in the back — attempts to put Jordan Maxwell out of the Jordan Maxwell business FOREVER, including restricting Jordan's use of his name, partaking of the proceeds of Jordan's work to the exclusion of Jordan Maxwell, and stopping Jordan's appearance in public and media — in effect a Jordan Maxwell monopoly for the Dolezals, which the Dolezals considered perfectly fine, and not a trespass, and had no qualms about aggressively and consistently enforcing against Jordan and others, all of which the US Trademark Office and courts say the Dolezals never had the right to do.

The Dolezals, now with their actions under the scrutiny of the law, plus adverse administrative and judicial determinations against them, argue in court Jordan wrote their assignment, and Jordan specifically wanted to put himself in such an odd and weird situation, catastrophic and malevolent to his property and interests. Jordan Maxwell's public protestations attest to his feelings of trespass and personal cataclysm. The Dolezals argue: 01) the assignment and its severe consequences were Jordan's idea, 02) he wrote the Dolezal document, and 03) the Dolezals have no idea why.

Jordan alleges his reason for associating with the Dolezals was as mundane and straightforward as it gets — he was a 68-year-old elderly man and technically incompetent with computers and websites, but needed the website he had bearing his name (jordanmaxwell.com) to be continuously updated and maintained to help get his work out to the public. He would simply and equitably split the proceeds of his work 50/50 with whomever helped him — believable enough for a senior Citizen in impecunious circumstances living off $700-to-$800-a-month Social Security checks. Circa mid-2009, one of the Dolezals approached Jordan and said he could be webmaster for that existing website, its domain name having a creation date of January 13, 2000.

The Dolezals are very unhappy about the scathing manner in which Jordan Maxwell informed his audiences, curious about Jordan's near-total absence from public view, about alleged trespasses against his property by the Dolezals, and that the Dolezals were trying to put Jordan Maxwell out of the Jordan Maxwell business FOREVER, plus enforce a Jordan Maxwell monopoly against him, plus restrict his speech and appearance in the public and media, and that his name was being used by the Dolezals to take actions Jordan did not agree with, plus take $$$ money $$$ from the public, with Jordan not receiving that money, although the public might think so, on a website bearing his name (jordanmaxwell.com), which the Dolezals cut off his access to.

At the same time, the Dolezals were ordering Jordan to cease using the name Jordan Maxwell he's used for decades to inform the public, that name Jordan Maxwell being the name by which he's widely-known to his audience, that name Jordan Maxwell appearing on Jordan's driver license, senior citizen id, and passport.

Jordan publicly alleged Dolezal theft because of a deal whose force and effect were misstated, and nonpayment. The Dolezals sued Jordan for $10,000,000.00+ for defamation, and Jordan wanted to go to trial to prove his allegations; however, moments before trial, a Dolezal dismissed the case, and Jordan agreed not to publicly mention alleged Dolezal theft; but, there's another federal trial scheduled for March 7, 2017, in UNITED STATES District Court, Central District of California, continuing these matters.

Jordan says the Dolezals' behavior is typical of others who've come along through the years saying they just "LOVE" Jordan's work and want to help, but in his opinion, nothing thus far has quite scaled the heights reached by the Dolezals, confirmed by the adverse administrative and judicial determinations against them at the US Trademark Office and in the courts, and the words of the Dolezal there.

Incidentally, in the federal case, a motion for summary judgment against MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT (the Dolezals) on a copyright infringement claim was GRANTED to Bob Gill, the producer of the Jordan Maxwell Show.

More details of this information following below were found at the Internet Archive: Wayback Machine at this URL:
https://web.archive.org/web/20161001223342/https://jordanmaxwellshow.com/blog/2014/09/03/jms-1036-disorder-in-the-court/

This is a nearly exact copy and presentment of that archival material.

This website has NO AFFILIATION with Jordan Maxwell.

The following information is presented as is for educational purposes only
on matters first made public by the Dolezals in 2012
and may be subject to errors or omissions.

The reader acknowledges and agrees that this website is not liable in any way whatsoever
for the accuracy or validity of the information provided.

Much of the information here was corroborated at:
PACER — Public Access to Court Electronic Records
and
Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
and
UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE
and
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT, MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA


Retrieved Archival Material — October 1, 2016

Jordan Maxwell and His Life's Work in

Severe Jeopardy!


IMPORTANT NOTICE TO JORDAN MAXWELL'S FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS:

As of circa February 2011 Jordan Maxwell LOST TOTAL AND COMPLETE CONTROL of HIS ORIGINAL WEBSITE, jordanmaxwell.com. In August 2012, Jordan Maxwell lost access to his jordanmaxwell.com emails; HOWEVER, Jordan Maxwell NEVER had any access to the bank account or any funds connected to jordanmaxwell.com. Joe Dolezal a.k.a. Josef Dolezal, Jr., a.k.a. Josef John Dolezal (33-year-old DVD mailer) and the Dolezal company MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT control and operate that site as of late 2009 (when Jordan was an elderly senior citizen). Josef John Dolezal spent two days in Los Angeles county jail, California, and three years on formal probation, after being charged with violating ARTICLE 1. Offenses Involving Controlled Substances Formerly Classified as Narcotics [11350 – 11356.5], Health & Safety Code section 11352, subdivision (a), transporting drugs into the state for sale. The felony offense took place on 04-April-2007, and Dolezal pleaded nolo contendere (Criminal Case Summary, Los Angeles Superior Court, SEARCH for Case #: LA055423). Because of a Dolezal Assignment in 2010, which the Dolezals deny writing, Jordan Maxwell and the Jordan Maxwell Show are currently involved in THREE SEPARATE lawsuits with Dolezal and MOMENTUM over Jordan Maxwell's rights to his OWN NAME, identity, speech, image, privacy, consent, funds, products, work, property, and original website, of which the Dolezals say Jordan stripped himself of for an alleged $1.00 and other so-called "valuable consideration" because Jordan Maxwell is the Dolezals' cartoon character like SUPERMAN and the Dolezals are like DC COMICS (SEE Document 116-1, page 15 of 40, federal case below, document filed 23-May-2016):

01) federal case number 2:14-cv-04799-GHK-AS

02) Los Angeles Superior Court (SEARCH for Case #: EC063466)

03) Los Angeles Superior Court (SEARCH for Case #: LC099418)

...

Jordan Maxwell has been involved in protracted litigation in three different cases with 33-year-old Joe Dolezal a.k.a. Josef Dolezal, Jr. (some guy mailing DVDs and in certain circles considered a peculiar, LORD FARQUAAD-like character) and the Dolezal family company MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT, LLC over the ownership rights to Jordan Maxwell's NAME, identity, speech, image, privacy, consent, funds, products, work, property, and original website. Since being dragged into court, the Dolezals' argument for stripping Jordan of his rights and property is Jordan Maxwell is the Dolezals' cartoon character like SUPERMAN, and the Dolezals are like DC COMICS, and this was an idea Jordan dreamed up himself that Jordan explicitly agreed to for an alleged $1.00 and other so-called "valuable consideration," and Joe Dolezal a.k.a. Josef John Dolezal has NO IDEA WHY (SEE: Dolezal Declaration, Los Angeles Superior Court, SEARCH for Case #: EC063466, Declaration date 04-May-2015). Dolezal and MOMENTUM assert they own the rights to Jordan Maxwell's past, present, and future work forever, and have been selling Jordan Maxwell products on the website, jordanmaxwell.com. Jordan Maxwell IS NOT being paid any money from sales or donations made on the website jordanmaxwell.com. Jordan Maxwell IS NOT currently actively involved with the site jordanmaxwell.com IN ANY MANNER WHATSOEVER.

When a process server attempted to serve the federal lawsuit on the Dolezal PYRAMID CENTER's address at 7381 WEBB RD, CHATSWORTH CA 91311-7019, the following Declaration of Diligence report was filed with the federal court:

June 27, 2014 — 6:43 PM

7381 WEBB ROAD
CHATSWORTH CA 91311

Unable to effect service at given address. House is like a hoarder house, over a dozen cars, very remote. Road not paved & is very dangerous. First spoke to a Male, 60, 6'2", Polish or Russian sounding accent, he was rubbing a rag on a car. I asked if this was "Pyramid Center or for Josef Dolezal", he said "I don't know, I just clean the cars". He denied living there, told me to go away. I saw a blonde female, 60 on upper deck and asked her the same questions. She came down and said there is no "Pyramid Center & Josef was not here." I asked does Josef live here, then she started screaming, "I was trespassing." Meanwhile the tall guy is reading out loud the J & J sheet [Janney & Janney Attorney Service, Inc.] on the papers and then starts asking me questions. I said "I thought you did not live here", then from behind a car a male 30 came towards me with a large heavy impact wrench at shoulder height as if to strike me. He said "if you keep being aggressive (all I did was ask a few questions) I'm going to answer your aggression with aggression". I left. This place is too remote to go alone, if something happens no one will ever know! Unsafe for me, you need a Sheriff or someone armed.

END QUOTE

At what's characterized as the hoarder house (very messy), the rag-rubbing, car-cleaning male, 60-something-year-old, 6"2', Polish or Russian sounding accent, is the Dolezal clan father, Joe Dolezal a.k.a. Josef Dolezal, Sr. a.k.a. Josef D. Dolezal, Sr. (64-year-old person born in Czechoslovakia during communist times on 04-July-1952), who is Director of MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT, LLC and publicly held himself out as such.

The screaming, 60-something-year-old woman is the Dolezal clan mother, Vera Elizabeth Dolezal, née Petrikova, of Czechoslovakia.

The male, 30-something-years old, behind the car with the large, heavy impact wrench, as if to strike, is either:

Son #1, Jakub Dolezal (35-years-old) a.k.a. Jakub Richard Dolezal, born 31-January-1981, in Prague, Czechoslovakia, who was previously Agent for Service of Process listed as JOKUB DOLEZAL. Jakub Richard Dolezal is/was Manager of MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT, LLC.

OR

Son #2, Josef John Dolezal (33-years-old), born 21-September-1983, in Rochester, Minnesota (UNITED STATES) who is a MOMENTUM officer.

The Dolezal clan father and mother filed for Chapter 7 BANKRUPTCY in the UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT, MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, on 29-August-2005, Case #: 8:05-bk-17130-KRM. Self-proclaimed, self-employed handyman father of the Dolezal clan, Josef Dolezal, Sr., is named in the bankruptcy filing as debtor JOZEF DOLEZAL (SEE Document 1, Page 3 of 45, Summary of Schedules, Total Liabilities: $386,452.98).

SEE: UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT, MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA (SEARCH for Case #: 8:05-bk-17130-KRM)

Czechoslovakian-born, self-employed handyman Josef Dolezal, Sr. is also the executive producer and director of the all-time classic and epic movie AMERICAN DREAM.

AMERICAN DREAM is a "romantic drama ... drawn from the thoughts and experiences of Jakub Dolezal. Produced and directed by Josef Dolezal [clan father], AMERICAN DREAM is a story of misunderstood love divided by two separate and emigrant generations." It ends with Jakub "Jay" Richard Dolezal and his brother Josef "Junior" John Dolezal putting on a concert of their fusion of hip-hop and classical music that is SO SUCCESSFUL these Czechoslovakian brothers make a TON OF AMERICAN $$$ MONEY $$$.

These Dolezals incessantly send out cease-and-desist orders and notices with lawsuit threats (at times behind the name "JORDANMAXWELL033"), RESTRICTING Jordan Maxwell's speech, plus his appearances in media and public, which these Dolezals characterize as (quoting) "unauthorized use of Jordan Maxwell." Despite the US Trademark Office REPEATEDLY REFUSING to allow these Dolezals to trademark Jordan Maxwell, one peculiar Dolezal characterized Jordan's speech, plus his appearances in media and public, as (quoting) "illegal use" of an (quoting) "unclaimed fictitious entity known as JORDAN MAXWELL" (SEE Request for Reconsideration after Final Action, SERIAL NUMBER 85826122, US Trademark Office, Signatory Name: JOSEF DOLEZAL, 16-May-2014). These Dolezals spend a considerable portion of their time monitoring, following, and tracking Jordan Maxwell's whereabouts, movements, and activities for so-called "unauthorized" and "illegal use" of the "fictitious entity known as JORDAN MAXWELL." Jordan's association with these Dolezals began in 2009.

These Dolezals continuously send out cease-and-desist orders and notices regarding Jordan Maxwell's public appearances and take down media featuring Jordan Maxwell; HOWEVER, the Dolezal "Assignment" NEVER gave a Dolezal any rights regarding Jordan Maxwell's appearances in the public or media. The Dolezal "Assignment" NEVER gave a Dolezal any rights to control or restrict Jordan Maxwell's speech.

In their BOGUS "cease-and-desist" orders and notices, these Dolezals MISSTATE the force and effect of the Dolezal Assignment of Intellectual Property Jordan signed on 10-March-2010. As of 25-August-2016, these Dolezals are STILL threatening others with legal action by sending out bogus "cease-and-desist" orders and notices FALSELY claiming Jordan Maxwell is their so-called "exclusive intellectual property" DESPITE administrative and judicial determinations to the contrary. Presumably, these Dolezals reached the conclusion the judge is wrong, so they IGNORE his ruling and continue to threaten others in writing with legal action.

The Dolezal contract is being challenged in court as ILLEGAL, and in substantiation of the above, there have been the following administrative and judicial determinations, which are publicly accessible:

From: Singleton, Rudy (Examining Attorney — US Trademark Office)
Sent: 10/26/2014 9:14:54 PM
To: TTAB (Trademark Trial and Appeal Board) EFiling
Subject: U.S. TRADEMARK APPLICATION NO. 85826122 — JORDAN MAXWELL — N/A — EXAMINER BRIEF

US TRADEMARK OFFICE EXAMINER'S STATEMENT: "There are no provisions in the Assignment of Intellectual Property document where the assignor [Maxwell] expressly states that the name JORDAN MAXWELL would be the property of the applicant [Dolezal]. Neither did the assignor agree to refrain from use of the name 'Jordan Maxwell' in any subsequent business endeavors."

Los Angeles Superior Court, Judge William D. Stewart, SEARCH for Case #: EC063466 (Dolezal $10,000,000+ defamation case against Jordan Maxwell), Notice of Ruling, Friday, 15-April-2016:

Judge Stewart: "The Cross-Defendants [Dolezals] also argue that they had the right to use the Cross-Complaintant's [Maxwell] image under a 2010 assignment. A copy of this assignment is attached as an untabbed exhibit to the opposition papers. This 2010 assignment transferred the intellectual property owned by the Cross-Complaintant, Jordan Maxwell, in 2010. IT IS NOT EVIDENCE that the Cross-Complaintant CONSENTED to the use of HIS voice, name, and likeness in the sale of a videotaped deposition that occurred in 2015."

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, U.S. District Judge George H. King, federal case number 2:14-cv-04799-GHK-AS, Order re: Cross-Motions for Partial Summary Judgment, Thursday, 20-October-2016:

District Judge King: "In essence, Defendants [Dolezals] argue that because Momentum owns the copyrights to the 'Jordan Maxwell' name and persona, and because Momentum did not consent to Gill's [producer of the Jordan Maxwell Show] use of the 'Jordan Maxwell' name and persona in the Show, Gill cannot own a valid copyright in the Show.

This argument hinges on the assumption that Momentum in fact owns the copyrights to the alleged 'Jordan Maxwell' name and persona. But this assumption is completely unsupported. As a matter of law, Momentum cannot hold a copyright interest in the 'Jordan Maxwell' name because a name is not copyrightable. 37 C.F.R. § 202.1 (names are not subject to copyright). As for rights to a 'Jordan Maxwell' character, '[a real] persons's name or likeness is not a work of authorship' subject to copyright protection. Downing v. Abercrombie & Fitch, 265 F.3d 994, 1003-04 (9th Cir. 2001) (holding that a person's name and likeness are not copyrightable). However, a fictional character who is 'especially distinctive' may be copyrightable. See DC Comics v. Towle, 802 F.3d 1012, 1019 (9th Cir. 2015) (noting that 'especially distinctive' characters are copyrightable). Defendants [Dolezals] claim that 'Russell Pine created [the] fake name [Jordan Maxwell] for the purpose of inventing the Jordan Maxwell character for telling stories and fables related to the occult in an effort to profit from the pseudo name and character's eventual notoriety and popularity.' (Jt. Br. at 6.) However, Defendants [Dolezals] cite no admissible evidence to support the contention that 'Jordan Maxwell' is a fictional character deserving copyright protection. Accordingly, they [Dolezals] have not demonstrated that the Show infringes any claimed copyrights to the alleged 'Jordan Maxwell' name and persona.

Defendants [Dolezals] also contend that the Show is an infringing derivative work because the Deal Memo between Gill [Show producer] and Maxwell states that the Show will 'featur[e] the works of Researcher/Author Jordan Maxwell.' (Deal Memo at 1.) Because the Show will feature Maxwell's 'works,' and because Momentum owns Maxwell's intellectual property via the Assignment, the Show must be an infringing derivative work. But Defendants [Dolezals] have not demonstrated that any of the works covered by the Assignment were used in the creation of the Show. Their argument amounts to little more than speculation that the Show is an infringing derivative work. Such a conclusory, unsupported argument is insufficient to create a genuine issue of material fact that defeats summary judgment."

"To prove copying, a plaintiff [Gill, producer of the Jordan Maxwell Show] must advance either direct evidence of copying or circumstantial evidence showing (1) that a defendant [the Dolezals] had access to the plaintiff's work and (2) that the two works are substantially similar. Smith v. Jackson, 84 F.3d 1213, 1218 (9th Cir. 1996). Here, there is no dispute that Momentum (through Dolezal) offered the first twenty-four episodes of the Show [the Jordan Maxwell Show] for sale on its website. In a deposition given on behalf of Momentum, Dolezal admitted that he copied these episodes by downloading them from Gill's [producer of the Jordan Maxwell Show] website, jordanmaxwellshow.com, and offering them for sale on Momentum's website, jordanmaxwell.com. This is direct evidence of copying. Because Gill has shown that he owns a valid copyright in the episodes of the Show and that Momentum copied the episodes by placing them for sale on its website, Gill has demonstrated that Momentum infringed his copyrights in the Show. See 17 U.S.C. § 106(3) (copyright owner has exclusive right to 'distribute copies . . . of the copyrighted work . . . by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease, or lending'); id. § 501(a) ('[A]nyone who violates any of the exclusive rights of the copyright owner . . . is an infringer of the copyright or right of the author[.]'). On the evidence before us, no reasonable juror could conclude that Momentum did not infringe Gill's copyright in the Show. Gill's motion for summary judgment against Momentum [the Dolezals] on his copyright infringement claim is GRANTED."

Judge SLAMS Gavel

These Dolezals are so unhappy about Jordan Maxwell telling the world WHY he's been TAKEN OUT of the public eye for so long and informing the world of his opinion about his YEARS OF TREATMENT and subsequent economic harm at the hands of these Dolezals, they decided to sue Jordan for $10,000,000+ to get him to SHUT UP. A jury trial is scheduled for Tuesday, 13-September-2016 (Los Angeles Superior Court; SEARCH for Case #: EC063466). The ostensible reason these Dolezals are suing Jordan is because he publicly alleged these Dolezals stole his old website jordanmaxwell.com.

UPDATE: Jordan Maxwell was sued for $10,000,000+ for defamation (slander/libel) ostensibly solely by Josef John Dolezal (who seems to be the mouthpiece of this Dolezal clan) because Jordan publicly alleged Dolezal stole his original website jordanmaxwell.com. Moments before trial on Wednesday, 14-September-2016, Dolezal decided it was probably NOT a good idea having Jordan attempting to prove his allegations were TRUE. Jordan was well-prepared to go to battle and attempt to PROVE his allegations that Dolezal stole jordanmaxwell.com were TRUE; BUT, at the last minutes, Dolezal decided NOT to go to trial. Dolezal had his chance to PROVE Jordan Maxwell's allegations were FALSE; BUT, Dolezal DISMISSED his case.

Quoting Los Angeles superior court; Case Number EC063466:

"Future Hearings; 10/25/2016 at 08:30 am in department A at 300 East Olive, Burbank, CA 91502; Osc Re Dismissal"

SEE: Los Angeles Superior Court (SEARCH for Case #: EC063466)

The Dolezal clan father, Joe Dolezal a.k.a. Josef Dolezal, Sr. a.k.a. Josef D. Dolezal, Sr. (64-year-old person born in Czechoslovakia during communist times), is Director of MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT, LLC and publicly held himself out as such. In federal case 2:14-cv-04799-GHK-AS, Jordan Maxwell alleges it was the Dolezal clan father, Josef D. Dolezal, Sr., suddenly out of the blue, telling Jordan these Dolezals have papers Jordan MUST SIGN. Jordan further alleges the clan father, Dolezal, Sr., was the boss calling all the shots on the business of MOMENTUM. The clan father, Dolezal, Sr., failed to appear for his deposition on Friday, 28-August-2015. Josef John Dolezal (son #2) (33-years-old) is a MOMENTUM officer. Jakub Dolezal (35-years-old) a.k.a. Jakub Richard Dolezal (son #1) was previously Agent for Service of Process listed as JOKUB DOLEZAL. Jakub Richard Dolezal is/was Manager of MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENT, LLC.

All three Dolezals appeared together in Los Angeles court as MOMENTUM in August 2012 on two separate days before two separate judges/commissioners: Mina Dumas Fried, and Eugene M. Salute (Los Angeles Superior Court; SEARCH for Case #: 12V03383). With Jordan Maxwell present, all three Dolezals stood in front of judge/commissioner Eugene M. Salute, while one peculiar Dolezal testified about papers characterized as theirs, these Dolezals wrote up and presented to Jordan to sign (their Dolezal "Assignment," which the Dolezals now deny writing — SEE: Dolezal Declaration, Los Angeles Superior Court, SEARCH for Case #: EC063466, Declaration date 04-May-2015). These Dolezals handed the bailiff their papers they made Jordan sign, and the bailiff handed the papers to the judge/commissioner, who noted them, then handed them to the court clerk.

There, in 2012, MOMENTUM stated in oral testimony in the presence of the court and multiple witnesses, and in writing under penalty of perjury, with a Dolezal signature, that Jordan Maxwell WAS their (quoting) "former Momentum Development employee." Contradictorily, in federal case 2:14-cv-04799-GHK-AS, the Dolezal defendants and their lawyer stated in writing that Maxwell (quoting), "was never employed by Defendants..." (SEE Document 30, page 3, federal case 2:14-cv-04799-GHK-AS, document filed 26-November-2014). In further contradiction to these Dolezals stating in court in 2012 Maxwell was their (quoting) "former Momentum Development employee", in federal case 2:14-cv-04799-GHK-AS, Dolezal, MOMENTUM, and their lawyer go on to state that Maxwell and Dolezal and MOMENTUM were NOT even (quoting) "business partners," but rather (quoting) "colleagues" (SEE Document 117, page 6, federal case 2:14-cv-04799-GHK-AS, document filed 23-May-2016). In regards to multiple Jordan Maxwell works registered by MOMENTUM at the US Copyright Office, MOMENTUM is listed as EMPLOYER FOR HIRE. MOMENTUM appears there as "Momentum Developments LLC" (with an "S"). These Dolezals are inconsistent in the spelling of their MOMENTUM company.

For over 25 years, Jordan's been the target and victim of deceitful and self-serving schemers. Under pretense of offering help, countless conniving opportunists, callous and devoid of any human compassion and decency, looking to make and keep a quick-and-easy buck, deviously presented themselves as friends, then ruthlessly proceeded to take for themselves everything Jordan Maxwell ever owned and was trying to do, a lifetime's worth of work and sacrifice. Jordan couldn't fight back these so-called "friends" because they (often as mere webmasters) ALWAYS redirected ownership of Jordan's website, accounts, and funds to themselves, leaving Jordan with no money to care for or defend himself, and suffering from severe economic harm. To add insult to injury, Jordan's been the object of unscrupulous defamation of both his name and work. To make matters worse, other ruthless, Al-Qaeda, fundamentalist Christians and their websites pick up and continue to promote the vicious slander and lies spread by the enemies of Jordan's work. Jordan now has the support of friends, competent attorneys, and his audience. ...