Proof that Shawn Mangano, Righthaven Attorney, perjured before the court!
Author: Silence DoGood
Update: The Release and Settlement Agreement scribd document is down due to some technical issues so here is a mirror. http://www.scribd.com/doc/56166809/Brian-Hill-Response-Final-Redacted
The page to see the settlement agreement is on: Page 42 of the entire document!
Disclaimer: This is not regarding any court ruling. This is just a independent examination of court documents filed by both the defendant and prosecuting attorneys being examined to come to the conclusions in this article based on court documents already on public record. Everything in here is fact based, due to the court documents, and is not in any shape or form defamatory. If Righthaven doesn’t want articles like this then Shawn Mangano should not have perjured before the court.
According to investigation of multiple court documents added onto scribd by those watching the court case Righthaven Vs. Brian D. Hill, Shawn A. Mangano, a Nevada attorney that works with Righthaven LLC, made a perjured declaration before the court according to examination of multiple court documents, even after David Kerr was allowed to bring out the Release and Settlement Agreement, they still lied to the court that they wanted Brian to agree to “take down certain defamatory Internet posts” but it never mentioned that in the Settlement Agreement released by the defendants attorney.
So these are words by Shawn A. Mangano in his declaration under penalty of perjury quoted on here from the “SUPPLEMENTAL DECLARATION OF SHAWN A. MANGANO, ESQ. IN SUPPORT OF RIGHTHAVEN LLC’S RESPONSE TO DEFENDANT BRIAN D. HILL’S OPENING BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR ATTORNEY FEES WITH CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE”
4.Defendant’s mother was included in the settlement proposal in this case based on, among other things, the belief that she is the Defendant’s guardian. Moreover, including her in the proposal helped to mitigate any perceived competency issues raised by Defendant’s counsel. Righthaven did ask that any settlement be accompanied by a press release. It did not, asclaimed by Defendant, as him to agree to the contents of a fabricated press release. Any press release content required, obviously, the approval of Defendant’s counsel. Righthaven asked for a press release, along with the Defendant’s agreement to take down certain defamatory Internet posts as a means to redress the harm caused by him spreading actionable content to the public. This request was not to stifle public criticism or to require the Defendant to relinquish his right to free speech, which does not cover his actionable statements. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this 10thday of June, 2011./s/Shawn A. Mangano – Shawn A. Mangano, Esq.
9.The Defendants, collectively and individually, covenant, warrant, and represent that: (a) Defendants shall submit to Righthaven, within five (5) days after the Effective Date, a comprehensive list of all Media (identifying to Righthaven with enough specificity so that the location site and/or position is readily identifiable by Righthaven) with which, whereby or!where from Defendants and/or Defendants’ counsel have ever Disclosed any Content regarding the Case or Righthaven (the “Comments”); (b) Defendants, within fourteen (14) days after the Effective Date, shall use Defendants’ best efforts to remove, or have removed, in perpetuity any and all Comments from any and all Media, including, but not limited to, all areas of Facebook, Twitter, Care2.com, Federaljack.com, Scribd, Oneutah.org, Flickr.com, Uswgo.com, Westword.com, Lasvegassun.com and Righthavenvictims.blogspot.com; provided, however, that if Defendants are not empowered or otherwise entitled to remove the Comments that are the subject of this Section 9, then Defendants and/or Defendants’ counsel shall formally request in writing to the respective owners or controllers of the respective Media, with a courtesy copy provided to Righthaven as notice per Section 22, that such Comments be removed immediately from the Media, within fourteen (14) days after the Effective Date; (c) Defendants and their counsel shall not make any further commentary about the Case or Righthaven to, or on, any Media, unless Defendants receive prior approval by Righthaven; and (d) Defendants shall poston Uswgo.com for a minimum of sixty (60) days the Press Release.