Paramount Pictures VP To The
Mafia: "You Talkin' To Me!"
Paramount Pictures VP And The Mafia: "We Can Hear You Now"
Pam Abdy (left) mobster Joseph Perna
Well well well, wouldn’t you know it, the very company I
complained about in my
15, 2007 article titled
The Civil Rights Act, Paramount Pictures, and its FBI
probed CEO Brad Grey, had the embarrassing misfortune of his
reported trollop of a VP, Pamela Abdy, getting caught on a FBI
wiretap talking to her married mafia boyfriend, Joseph Perna,
who was later indicted this past Friday, December 21, 2007, as
apart of a 2 billion dollar illegal gambling ring run by the
Joseph Perna, a member of the Luchese mafia family, was
caught in the FBI sting on a tap talking to Pam Abdy about whose
job was worse, with them likening the entertainment industry to
It's amazing, I wrote about that very thing almost two months
ago in my
2, 2007 article titled
The Music Industry And The Mafia.
Thank you for proving my claims 100% correct. Let that tell you
how criminal the entertainment industry is that these two could
even compare the two.
As my previously mentioned
October 15, 2007
article indicates, Paramount Pictures came up in my web
site statistics when they shouldn't even know who I am (see
October 15, 2007
article for site stats), only for me to notice months later that
items from my private, unreleased Copyrighted Catalog, popping
up at Paramount via that trash Madonna, who has criminally
spread it all over the place and used items for her company
Maverick as well.
These companies know Madonna illegally accessed and
unlawfully sold the items to them. Said companies and
individuals associated with them landed on this web site one by
one like clockwork and got caught in the site statistics, before
committing criminal copyright infringement in putting out my
preexisting copyrighted works as their own, which constitutes
several felonies. They knew exactly what they were doing.
The Copyright Office/Library of Congress has sworn many times
that they did not give anyone access to my private, unreleased
copyrights that make up my copyrighted catalog containing
10,000 songs, 300 movie
scripts and short stories, 15 book manuscripts, 200 music video
treatments, 500 photographs, 150 photo treatments, a perfume
line and clothing line.
Pam Abdy (left)
You're going to have a very hard time explaining in court how
you illegally gained access to years old copyrights that were
stored on a protected business computer, that forensic computer
experts declared in writing after analysis, was being "severely
hacked" with the contents of the computer, the Copyrighted
Catalog, illegally copied then forwarded to a commissioned
hacker who also had help. Then all of a sudden after the
hackings, these works that were registered with the Copyright
Office years before, began coming out through your companies,
verbatim as I had written and federally registered them years
When you commit "criminal copyright infringement" and put out
stolen copyrights as your own, benefiting financially from it,
that's classified as "money laundering" which is very serious.
If you don't declare the illegal income from the fruits of your
crimes, that's classified as "tax evasion" which is also very
serious. Either way, you've committed additional felonies, not
just criminal copyright infringement.
Paramount CEO Brad Grey is being investigated for illegal
wiretapping under the Anthony Pellicano case. He is alleged to
have paid him to illegally wiretap Gary Shandling so he could
defraud him out of his royalties. Grey recently settled the
civil case with Shandling, who sued him for stealing his
royalties, also known as money.
"SQUAD C10" ("C10 SQUAD")
As I wrote in my November 2, 2007 article
The Music Industry And The Mafia,
there are entertainment industry figures such as Madonna mixed
up with them. The point really came home to me when I received
interview summation I obtained under the Freedom Of Information
Act I mentioned yesterday.
It's ironic, a few days before
the New Jersey state attorney brought the charges against
mobster Joseph Perna, mentioned previously in this article, I
called the FBI's PR officer Debbie Lopes, who was very nice, to
inquire about what some of the FBI's agency codes on the paper
they sent me under the Freedom Of Information Act meant.
The only things I had figured
out from the FBI's case
classifications on the paper
was that "MM" meant Miami FBI field Office and the "Squad
C-5" item I mentioned previously on the site in November
2007, according to sworn testimony online, stood for the
FBI's New York unit devoted to investigating the Genovese mafia.
In talking to Debbie Lopes last
week, when I asked, she explained what a few other items on the
paper meant according to "FBI logs." She said the "288A-0" on
the paper meant "computer intrusion and criminal matters" and
the "C10" in my case number "C104694" meant "Squad C10."
According to an article in the
New York Times, Congressional testimony and other internet
documents on the subject "Squad C10" also investigates mafia
families. Joseph Perna is a member of the Luchese mafia family.
As I wrote before, I did not mention the mafia to the FBI in
either of the two interviews I had with them. I wasn't even
thinking about them.
I went in there after they told me
over the phone to come
into the local office, when I called to inquire about my complaint
sent to their headquarters in Washington. I was distressed about what that crazy, nasty old whore was doing via
illegally accessing my copyrights and using them without permission, infringing
my web site and commissioning the illegal wiretapping of our phones, that
several people witnessed.
Forensic computer evidence shows how she paid to get copies
of the copyrighted work and who she paid to do it, in violation
of the law, then how she spread it all over the place, in a
unlawful habit of
copyright infringement she has engaged in at numerous artists
expense for 20 years.
I can't help but think that someone involved in the Aisha v.
Madonna case on the defendants' side, much like Pam Abdy, has a
big mouth and said too much over the phone and the FBI picked it
up. It's clear they are watching a lot of people.
(note to the FBI: if you are watching me as well, when you
see me at the mall or Wal-Mart, you know, you could help me with
my bags - it's the polite thing to do).
But back to Madonna. Amazingly,
even in light of all this, she has
not stopped with the misconduct. I read about a new infringement
today that leads right back to Madonna once again.
"Actor Obba Babatunde is known for more than
his prolific performances on the Broadway stage and on the big
screen. He is also a singer, dancer and impressionist. Now, he
has tackled yet another role -- associate producer of the
upcoming film "Haitian Nights." It's scheduled for release in
Obba Babatunde is the star of the copyright infringing
Madonna/Maverick film "Material Girls"
that a boycott launched by this
tanked at the box office. In one of the incidents
Madonna criminally infringed my Copyrighted Catalog,
stealing a movie from it titled "Material Girls" and once again,
as she did with the
Blonde Ambition infringement, renamed it after her song,
has illegally sold a movie from my Catalog to Material Girls
star Obba Babatunde.
The infringing film is called "Haitian Nights" and it is a
rip off of one of my older private unreleased copyrights called
"Jamaica Nights." PLEASE BOYCOTT THIS FILM.
I'm sure the Jamaican tourist board is going to love that you
unlawfully stole a positive, feel good movie project about
Jamaica, written by a native, butchered it and made it about
another island in the Caribbean, in criminal violation of
Jamaican, U.S. and U.N. copyright and human rights law
While I have nothing against Haiti, it is not the first time
Madonna criminally infringed something from my Copyrighted
Catalog to do with my homeland, Jamaica, and in an offensive
manner, with some negative stereotypes and or slurs later added
I wrote about that earlier in the year via her husband's
willful infringement "Rude
Buay" that ripped off a 4 year old script of mine that
they illegally accessed and added all sorts of slurs about
Jamaica to it. She and her husband are positively sick.
It can also be construed as racist, prejudiced, xenophobic
and hateful, because it is "criminal copyright infringement"
coupled with slurs. It can also be perceived as a hate crime and
violation of the Civil Rights Act. She is exhibiting a fixation
with dishonoring my homeland Jamaica that has done nothing to
her, and neither have I. Mixed with "criminal copyright
infringement," you've got a problem.
It's amazing, a federal investigation, foreign officials got
involved, a complaint sent to the U.N., my web site being read
and law enforcement all over the world, yet that crazy old witch
just keeps going with this mess that is building a terrible case
against her. The evidence has left a very incriminating trail
that leads right back to her.
Let me ask you a question, Nixon was way bigger than you
could ever hope to be, and he fell and fell hard. What drug are
you on that makes you think you won't.
Paramount's Abdy in hot water
Exec VP caught on tape talking to mobster
By TATIANA SIEGEL
Producer-turned-Paramount executive Pam Abdy finds herself embroiled in a
situation straight out of a "Sopranos" episode.
The exec veep of production and "Garden State"
producer was caught on wiretap with New Jersey mobster Joseph Perna discussing
the multibillion-dollar illegal gambling ring that he helped run.
Perna was arrested Tuesday and was one of 32
people charged in connection with the massive gambling operation, which
reportedly has ties to the Bloods gang.
Abdy, a New Jersey native, became tainted by the
scandal Thursday when news broke in the New York press that her conversations
with Perna were part of a 195-page affidavit filed by the New Jersey Attorney
General's Office in the case...
Abdy's name made its way into the documents
because she is the niece of another man charged in the case, Martin Taccetta...
Ironically, Paramount has benefited from its
fictitious Mafia ties as the studio behind the "Godfather" trilogy. Studio
topper Grey also was executive producer of long-running series "The Sopranos."