Sunday, February 14, 2010


Recent Up Dates to an Ongoing Battle of Deciet and Embezzlement of Sophia Stewart's copywritten work.

This is in response to the Wall Street Journal Article dated February 4th 2010 titled - Terminator is Actually a Drama - attached for your review are Liens filed by Stewart pursuant to this matter. We are in possession of material evidence to break this story.California Judge Margaret M. Morrow has already received the following 1 Minute and 45 Seconds and the Articles of Incorporation that was hidden.When you see this brief discussion, you will see an example of what can happen to a person that has a correct legal position when artful techniques are used to mislead a federal judicial official. Notwithstanding the fact that the first minute and 45 seconds of the film read exactly on the copyright of the writer, and the person that claimed ownership of the remainder did not claim to own that portion of the film, and the matter was in evidence through her copyright and her opponent claimed to have started the company when she had no story on the same day she referred to in the film, May 12th, every aspect of the representatives for the defendants failed to disclose this matter to the federal judge in a proper context. Then the defendant used that material misrepresentation to achieve summary judgment under rule 56 which should have been impossible when the true creator had the first copyright and film dialogue that read on her work that the so-called owners did not claim in their copyright submission. This is a story that has intrigue, betrayal, misconduct, abuse of the legal system, and a curious inability to perceive the harm to the original creator, an African American writer.

This website has a clear presentation of facts that can not be denied. It is worth your review. -

Please review all information carefully.

We look forward to communication regarding this matter.

In Reference to Cameron’s entertainment lawyer Burt field’s comments, “that all of the pictures that he [Cameron] created are totally his own, original work,” and that “He [Cameron] hasn’t taken anything from anybody, including her”, we respectfully submit the following: ______________ _______________

Best Regards,

§18 U.S.C. 4

Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.

§18 U.S.C. 3

Whoever, knowing that an offense against the United States has been committed, receives, relieves, comforts or assists the offender in order to hinder or prevent his apprehension, trial or punishment, is an accessory after the fact.



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-A Hovercraft of immense proportions enters the scene with the most advanced computer oriented laser guided weapons known to the post nuclear world.

-A man pops up from nowhere and begins to run as his friend hopes that he make it.

-Still, with precision, the computer generated robot focuses, aims, and disperses his atom relationships so as to mystify his very existence.

-Terminator open with a post nuclear darkened war scene canvassed by robots controlled through computer chips with laser-guided weapons in or about 2010 to 2030 A.D.

-What’s critical to understand here, is that this 1 minute and 45 second description of a nuclear war in Terminator do not appear anywhere in the script written by James Cameron and Gale Anne Hurd.

-Yet, the words and the “post nuclear war” comes verbatim from Sophia Stewart’s the Third Eye.

“The proposed science fiction film deals with Earth during the year 2110 A.D. By that time planet Earth had experienced horrible nuclear wars…” “The 22nd Century will be a time in which Earth will have experienced many computerized nuclear wars, and for the first time in history, the people of earth will feel the ultimate nuclear war that will bring universal death.”

-The Third Eye Movie Treatment by Sophia Stewart

“This willful failure to disclose Stewart’s contribution makes Cameron’s and Hurd’s copyright registration invalid…for willfully failing to reveal that the substantial contributing author was omitted with the intent to deny her royalties in the project."

“The year 2110 A.D. brought many great changes on Earth. Mankind just finished experienced the last of the Atomic Age, when evolution of awareness began; and man was going from the unconscious stages of evolutionary development in to the conscious levels of it. There was no doubt earth would be destroyed.”

–Quotations from “The Third Eye” by Sophia Stewart

“Yet, on a reading of Stewart’s "Third Eye as copyrighted 81’, 83’ and 84’, it is undeniable that the first 1 minute and 45 seconds of Terminator came from that discussion and that it is totally excluded from the copyright submission of Cameron and Hurd to the Copyright Office.”

“He entered Earth’s atmosphere in a flash of brilliant light;”

“After the energy, he lies naked and still…”

–The Third Eye by Sophia Stewart

“The technique of taking the script and sending it through a “chop shop” so that many of its features are changed while unpublished and then bringing it forth as a published work is described as infringement in Dezendorf v. Twentieth Century Fox. Yet, it is plainly present in the movie. This is evidence that Gale Anne Hurd had consciousness of the wrongfulness of this activity and did not want it to be said that she wrote exactly what was written in Stewart’s treatment. [TXU 117-610 COPYRIGHT] The May 1, 1981 treatment is covered by copyright registration number Txu 117-610 in the name of Sophia Stewart. This is evidence of a theft of the script, knowing unauthorized use of it, and an intent to deny Stewart of her share of the profits associated therewith”.

Kyle Reese: “What day is it? The date!”

Cop in Alley: “12th... May…”

Sophia Stewart completed the six-page treatment of the Third Eye on May 1, 1981. It was forwarded to the Vice President of Creative Affairs of Fox before May 7, 1981. Surprisingly, Gale Anne Hurd, then the public relations and marketing director of New World Productions under Roger Corman (who had never produced a film), started Pacific Western Productions on May 12, 1981.

Kyle Reese: “What day is it? The date!”

Cop in Alley: “12th... May…”

- May 12, 1981-

Is it simply coincidence, that Gale Ann Hurd started Pacific Western Productions on the same day Kyle Reese began his search for Sarah Conner? Or, is this the M/O of an Embezzlement of copywritten material? Allegations of "criminal copyright infringement" must be evidenced by: “Access” “Copying” & “Substantial Similarity” to a protected literary work.In relation to Terminator; Ms. Sophia Stewart, former USC Film student, has evidenced all three.

As Recently as December 2009, Twenty-Two year old Samantha Tumpach was taping portions of her sister's surprise party at a local theater and accidentally captured some scenes of the film “New Moon” on her digital camcorder. Although Samantha insisted she was not trying to record the new release on purpose, she was arrested for “criminal use of a motion picture exhibition” - a criminal statue intended to curb piracy by deterring movie watchers from recording movies in theaters and selling “bootlegged” copies. Initially, Samantha faced up to three years in prison. Fortunately for Tumpach, she only spent two-days in jail following her arrest.

If Law Enforcement protects the rights of Billion dollar corporations, shouldn’t Law enforcement also protect the rights of citizens?

While young movie watchers are being jailed for accidentally capturing a few scenes of a film; the Stewart case is shining the light on white collar crime sweeping America. Stewart uncovered a white collar theft of her protected literary work, its embezzlement and how that was used as a means to conceal the crime and escape punishment.

What’s critical to remember, is that the 1:45 description of a nuclear war in Terminator do not appear anywhere in the script written by James Cameron and Gale Anne Hurd. No “post nuclear war” was revealed in any draft done by James Cameron including the draft from June of 1982. Without any “post nuclear war” revealed by Cameron’s scripts, why does a Terminator travel through time to kill Sarah Conner? And what does Kyle Reese have to protect Sarah Conner from? Nevertheless, the words, “nuclear war” and the element of “time travel” come verbatim from Sophia Stewart’s copywritten material - The Third Eye.

The act of trying to conceal unauthorized use of someone’s protected literary work, “hidden in plain sight” of a newly released film, is the weakest link in the chain of criminal copyright infringement. [Terminator & Reese] To be caught with copywritten “source material” that bears no resemblance to the film or movie it is based upon, is to catch a thief with a smoking gun. [James Cameron T2]

Once again, it’s for good reason that thieves don’t register stolen property without changing the appearance of what was stolen. These “changes” and “alterations” are premeditated measures used to escape detection and consequence. Likewise, this pattern of theft is consistent with child kidnappers who are known by law enforcement to shave the heads or otherwise “alter” the appearance of children they abduct. Nevertheless, a mother will always recognize her baby. [Stewart Quote]

“If someone steals your car and puts it through a chop shop, (where the crooks add or take away from it) trying to make it their own, is it still your car? Do you go out and buy another car to prove yours was stolen?” –Sophia Stewart, Legal Owner of the Matrix & the Terminator


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