Motion to Quash – Patrick Collins v. Does 1-2590 (3:11-CV-02766-MEJ) – Troll Siegel Goes After Older Disabled Woman

Came across this motion and some other interesting documents recently filed in case # 3:11-CV-027666-MEJ, Patrick Collins v. Does 1-3590, Northern District of California (Ira Siegel).

The first Motion to Quash I have is from Bobbie J. Thomas, of Richmond, CA, filed 3 Nov 2011.  As the motion to quash was filed under true name, the court and Troll have the Doe’s information.  B_Thomas

With that said, this looks like it could be a bit embarrassing for Mr. Siegel, as Mrs. Thomas is an older disabled female with several in-home care providers.  Her daughter also runs a child day care business out of the residence.  Mrs. Thomas has a computer (and Internet connection) in a common area.  Mrs. Thomas states that any of the other residents had access to the computer at various times and could have downloaded the movie in question.

Sounds very familiar to the John Steele case in San Francisco, CA, where they were trying to get a 70-year old woman to settle.  Article.  That caused some embarrassment for the Troll.  Mr. Steele even stated later that upon further investigation they found the person who really did it.  Funny how they didn’t care to try and find the real person until the bad press started to roll in.  🙂  I don’t know if Mr. Siegel will learn from this and drop it fast.  Lets see what greed will motivate him to do.

Take a look over the motion.  It has some area you might consider using.  As this motion was filed under true name, the Judge may actually rule in her favor.  The judge previous stated that she (and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal) don’t generally allow anonymous motions.

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5 Responses to Motion to Quash – Patrick Collins v. Does 1-2590 (3:11-CV-02766-MEJ) – Troll Siegel Goes After Older Disabled Woman

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow, feisty lady. Looks like she’s done some homework too, even if this is based on the templates that are out there she found the resources and did the work.

  2. anon says:

    The motion was denied last week, as have all motions to quash in this case.

  3. anonies says:

    I am involved in this case. and just like this lady I to am disabled. Wish I had the money and the know how to send in a motion to quash, but because I am blind and the only income I have is my disability, that is far from my finger tips. Bravo to her, I loved reading that motion. First time I have smiled since this case started.

    Only thing I can do is sit back and watch this thing unfold, and wait for them to get my information.

    • DieTrollDie says:

      I would contact your local newspaper and television news stations and see if they are interested in a story of what they are accusing you of. I they do a story, make sure they contact the Troll for a comment. This is serious bad press for them. Months ago, John Steele had to back off accusing a 70-year old lady of downloading porn after she good the news media involved. As soon as the bad press started, John Steele found the “real” offender and dropped the case against the woman. Sure he did…. 😉

      DieTrollDie 🙂

  4. anonies says:

    Interesting, does it matter what what state we live in? Because I don’t live in New Jersey (I think the case is filed there as well) or California. It’s actually my wife that is on the account, but we are both blind.

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