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POETIC JUSTICE - One Victim’s Mission to End Copyright Extortion and Bullying
“Copyright trolls are vicious internet tornadoes that leave a path of financial destruction, emotional ruin and anger that needs to be stopped. We can stop them.” – April Brown, author Poetic Justice
By: Charity Auction World
Poetic Justice, The Truth Behind the Dash and One Victim’s Mission to End Copyright Extortion and Bullying” exposes the tactics Linda Ellis uses to frighten victims into a payoff. It is as much a Tell-All as it is an investigation into the underbelly of copyright trolling. It is clear that Ellis made April Brown mad, really mad and if her book makes Ellis squirm, all the better as far as she’s is concerned.
“Linda Ellis is abusive, deceptive and a hypocrite of monumental proportions. Aside of the obvious immorality of the scheme, I believe these are deceptive business practices and fraudulent. I won’t rest until each State’s attorney general looks into this.”
Brown also hopes Poetic Justice will flush out more victims and help clarify the story around the origin of The Dash poem. “Many people don’t believe Linda Ellis is the author,” said Brown. She hopes more victims will find the courage to come out of the shadows and speak their truth about The Dash.
April Brown is a philanthropist, auctioneer and CEO of Charity Auction World. She is the founder and volunteer director of Whisker City Feline Rescue and lives in Seattle, Washington.
“Poetic Justice - The Truth Behind the Dash and One Victim’s Mission to End Copyright Extortion and Bullying” will be published on Amazon in early December 2014.