The action is against a group of rights holders, lawyers and a torrent monitoring expert, they are accused of committing an Âextortion conspiracyÂ.Â Clear Skies Network had brought many lawsuits against alleged infringers of the movie ÂGood KillÂ.
The complaint is lead by a 62 year old woman who was repeatedly threatened and intimidated with a supposed $150,000 in damages, however, Clear Skies Network asked her to settle before court for $3,800. The woman has decided to fight back for herself and others in the same situation.
The claim further alleges that the film its self was seeded by Clear Skies Network itÂs self before its theatrical release in the US. The purpose of this it is stated in the claim as being Âfor the express purpose of being able to claim that it has ÂcaughtÂ people downloading the copyrighted materialÂ.
The claim states ÂClear Skies NetworkÂs existence has little to do with the protection of copyrightÂ, this rings bells with a certain company this side of the pond.Â