Originally Posted by chemixal
I say the damn kid was a queer in the first place for taking all the credit on fu ckin g4 tech tv, then begging for money, and choking on us,
even if graf made no promise, id sure help him out if he'd asked,
He's still working knowing he's getting himself in LOT of troubles, for ****ing FREE.
George Hotz took all the credit for it , begged for dough and bowed to sony's will.
you call that a man ? I say ****ing pussy compared to graf.
If you are in a lawsuit and your lawyer tells you there is a litle change (5-10%) to win and advices you a settlement, you are so stubborn to go on fighting while you know you are going to lose?
And the most funny part is we paid his lawyers to give him this advice
Now go to any lawyers office and ask how many hours they will work for you for 10.000 dollars. If you want to fight Sony with their fancy lawyers you have to come with a way bigger amount.
I am in a lawsuit with my local government about a piece of my land and the way I am allowed to use it (they changed the development plan without me knowing about it) and that costed me way more than 10.000 Euro's already. That kind of money is peanuts for lawyers.
It is actually the same situation as with the PS3, I own something (my piece of land) but am not allowed to use it the way I did before. Note that the judge already ruled in my case that the local government has to change it back, the local government only doesn't listen to the judge so the fight continues and I have to go again to the judge.
I am in this lawsuit for 3 years now and I can tell you I am really sick of it all. Takes a lot of energy to continue the fight. And most terrible part is the local government has to pay my lawyers costs only for a small part if they lose. There is a maximum compensation that is about 2500 Euro's. My local government acts the same as Sony, they think they are God and can tell me what I can and can't do with my property. They don't understand I want to keep my rights I had before, even if it costs me a lot of money.