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Date: 2005-08-15, 9:26PM PDT


The MATRIX and TERMINATOR'S original author Sophia Stewart

INVITES ALL WRITERS TO COME OUT AND SUPPORT HER IN LOS ANGELES on September 26, 2005. IF SHE WINS HER LAWSUIT WE ALL WIN - BECAUSE HOLLYWOOD WON'T BE STEALING OUR STORIES ANYMORE UNLE$$ THEY REALLY WANT TO PAY:


THE EVENTS OF HER CASE AND HER TRUE STORY ARE BEING SUSPRESSED BY BIG MEDIA FOR OBVIOUS REASONS!!! IF SHE GETS PAID WE ALL CAN FINALLY GET PAID!!! MANY OF US HAVE BEEN RIPPED OFF OUTRIGHT AND PROVABLE.

IF SHE COLLECTS ITS OUR TURN NEXT!!!


Sophia Stewart is ready for the hearing September 26, 2005. “Be there!” challenges Stewart. It does not matter whether you are a journalist or a witness. ‘Everyone is welcome to come to the courts, to witness for themselves’ invites Stewart. Sophia Stewart is inviting everyone to join her at a press conference she is conducting in front of the court building at 8:00 a.m., before the hearing which is at 10:00 a.m.

Stewart, who fired her lawyers end of June, says she fired her lawyers except for Michael Stoller because the lawyers sold out on her. Stewart, who discovered that her former lawyers did not pay careful attention to her case and took the lawsuit easily and naturally disregarding some of the most important evidence, was angry when she found out the truth about the lawyers. Some of the evidence the lawyers disregarded where Stewart’s three letters of access from: Fox and Warner Brothers which confirmed that in 1984 the defendants did distribute the first “Terminator” movie, on the German market.

Furthermore, evidence that confirmed that the “Terminator” movie was released in 1984 by Orion Pictures founded in 1978 as a joint venture between Warner Brothers and three other former top-level executives of the United Artists was also withheld from the courts. And that the introduction part which was cut out at the beginning of the first “Matrix” movie, which was Stewart’s copyrighted Epic introduction, were among the evidence that were not entered into the federal court system by Stewart’s lawyers. Six weeks is the time given so the judge may go through the case carefully and once more in detail; especially on Stewart's special effects.

"Are the defendants ready? The defendants who have never brought any evidence to court to prove they are the real owners of their works; the defendants who have failed to come up with any evidence, says Stewart. They know they took my copyrighted works by intention. They are going to jail for their crimes. We shall hear about the defendants status September 26th" says Stewart. "The lawsuit must be settled within the coming two months." Adds Stewart who is very excited about the good news!

Stewart’s lawsuit, which has generated a lot of heated debates on the Internet, awaits the mainstream media to cover the story. And watch out this July, Stewart will be in the big media; to mention a few the Black Enterprise. Also CNN News and LA Times July 31st 2005. Stewart, a New Yorker who has resided in Salt Lake City for the past five years, will recover damages from the films, The Matrix I, II and III, as well as The Terminator and its sequels. She will soon receive one of the biggest payoffs in the history of Hollywood, as the gross receipts of both films and their sequels total over 2.5 billion dollars. Stewart filed her case in 1999, after viewing the Matrix, which she felt had been based on her manuscript, "The Third Eye," copyrighted in 1981.

In the mid-eighties Stewart had submitted her manuscript to an ad placed by the Wachowski Brothers, requesting new sci-fi works. According to court documentation, an FBI investigation discovered that more than thirty minutes had been edited from the original film, in attempt to avoid penalties for copyright infringement. The investigation also stated that "credible witnesses employed at Warner Brothers came forward, claiming that the executives and lawyers had full knowledge that the work in question did not belong to the Wachowski Brothers." These witnesses claimed to have seen Stewart's original work and that it had been "often used during preparation of the motion pictures."The defendants tried, on several occasions, to have Stewart's case dismissed, without success. Stewart has confronted skepticism on all sides, much of which comes from Matrix fans, who are strangely loyal to the Wachowski Brothers. One on-line forum, entitled Matrix Explained has an entire section devoted to Stewart. Some who have researched her history and writings are open to her story. Others are suspicious and mocking. "It doesn't bother me," said Stewart in a phone interview last week, "I always knew what was true."Continued...

Visit Sophia Stewarts Website http://www.sophiaoracle.com/index.php

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