As I read "Why I sued Eddie Murphy"it became obvious to me that this was not a publicity stunt but a true testament of someone who intricately understood the material used in the film "Life"starring Eddie Murphy and produced by Universal,"running with the hares and hunting with the hounds"is what came to mind as I learned of the malfeasions of the court system in denying justice to prevail in the case of this writer.I would recommend that you read this frustrating account and know that we are all susceptable and should no longer allow our justice system to further erode our right ...
The Book of the CENTURY!!! Brilliant!!!! Funny!!!! Heart-pounding, irie,and suspenseful !!! May well be the book of the century!This is one of the most cleverly written and insightful book ever written on Copyright theft and how Hollywood and celebrities so easily get away with stealing Independent Artists work. For the ordinary reader, this book is simply breathe-taking and the reader should not begin to read this book unless he/she is fully prepared to read it all at once because once you start ... it's very hard to put it down.
The information in this book was clearly given, highly detailed and more or less like a learning experience. He was very funny and it is as he was in front of you telling you a story. I have learned not to be too trusting especially with people in authority.
Gregory points out the loopholes that protect the system and deny the citizen. Gregory is a devoted advocate for all independent artists . Though his battle continues ....Gregory perserevers unwaveringly . "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy" is a must read for everyone as well as a textbook for all artist. J
Jill Delbridge The Artist LoungeThe author does a superb job in pleading his case
The author does a superb job in pleading his case against the parties involved in the unlawful use of his work. This book is a must read for aspiring screenwriters or playwrights, who are naive to the possibilities of their artistic works being compromised or misrepresented, on a large scale, by powerful production companies.
From the Author
For My Fellow Artists ... this book is dedicated to all of those Independent Artists and their families whose lives have been and continue being unjustly destroyed by copyright thieves, thier corrupt lawyers, and an 'infected judicial system' that (not only support these inhumane acts against society through judges' knowingly improper rulings) seemingly sanctions and encourages these unholy predators, as long as certain members of the establishment receives their fare share of the profits. In the eyes of these humaniods, the lives of ordinary peole are worthless and serve no purpose other than to become, prey, food, or fodder so that these 'fat-cats' can grow fatter and the rich can grow richer.
It is with my deepest sympathy and heart-felt sorrow to all of you victims of these savages (copyright thieves) and to your precious families that you must endure such horrendous injustic. However, you can rest assure that as long as there is an ounce of breath in me that I will fight and never submit to these beasts-like animals, their unrelenting greed, and un-quenching thrust to prey upon the weak and venerable.
As for the book, I did not write this book to attack, defame, slander, libel, or destroy the career of comedian Eddie Murphy ... or anyone else mentioned in this book.
I wrote this book for the sole purpose of setting the record straight with respect to 'my credibility' and as to "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy".
In writing this book, it didn't take very long to discover that Eddie Murphy has a very long and storied history of being sued for copyright theft.
This book is similar to my other books in the sense that they are highly educational, as well as entertaining. My other published books are Monologues: Dramatic Monologues For Actors", "Showtime: Comedic Acting Scenes for Two Actors", and "48 Poems: Reflections Of A Poet".
I beleived that this maybe the most important book ever written on the subject of copyright theft, due process of the law, the American Judicial System through the eyes of an artists and victim and it should be in every law school and library in this country.
In the end, this book has and will go a very long ways towards stopping copyright theft. As long as copyright thieves know that this book is out there and that there may be more Gregory L Hudsons willing to put it all on the line to protect their works, copyright thieves will have second thoughts. Every writer should read this book to better understand "how to protect their work".