I was looking at the above link, and was wondering what is going on with the case as it is now well past one year since much has gone on with it.
Upon looking at the Harris County Court Records, it shows that the case was dismissed for "WANT OF PROSECUTION" or DWOP, meaning that Roger Epperson Lost this case due to time constraints on letting this case sit on the court docket and not doing anything with it for over a year and a half. (again from what I am seeing)
Of course, he is getting hammered in other cases, so he might just be letting this case go to try to defend the others.
What I find funny, is how he goes on and on, about how strong this case is, and how he's going to win, and how easy it's going to be. He even gets into it with a user, who stands up to him and shows him, that things are not as he see's them. (as we are now seeing) I would have to agree with that AML user.
From the last page where Roger talks about how strong his case is...
Reply by roger epperson on November 21, 2014 at 4:15pm
These are very damning to say the least for someone who stated under oath for grounds of perjury that he had no knowledge of who the owner was of the site ANL was? My case just seems to get more and more solid everyday. Thanks Mike this has been sent to my attorney.
Reply by Mike White on January 9, 2015 at 2:51pm
These are very damning to say the least for someone who stated under oath for grounds of perjury that he had no knowledge of who the owner was of the site ANL was?
He didn't say that he didn't know how to contact them. He said that he didn't know who they were.
It's extremely possible to be in contact with someone and not know who they are. That he constantly refers to them as "the owner of the site" instead of by name would actually strengthen his case that he didn't know their name, rather than yours, much like OJ & the glove.
I would strongly suggest letting your lawyer handle this case, because you seem out of your element.