Security Escort Officers Working for Hana Industries @ the Russell Knox Building in Quantico VA Meet to Discuss Upcoming Negotiations

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Hana Industries Security Escort Officers from the Russell Knox Building in Quantico, VA met over the weekend to discuss its bargaining proposals for upcoming negotiations. This unit recently voted for LEOSU representation after their former union SPFPA abandoned them by disclaiming interest in this group. LEOSU Organizing Director Steve Maritas noted “we are happy to represent these officers and we welcome them to our LEOSU family and we PROMISE we will not let you down”.

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Security Escort Officers from the Russell Knox Building in Quantico, VA, show their support for LEOSU-DC. These former SPFPA members voted for the LEOSU-DC recently after their old union SPFPA disclaimed interest in these officers back on April 16, 2019. We welcome these officers to our LEOSU-DC Family. The Russell Knox Building RKB houses five agencies, including the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Defense Security Service, the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command, and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.

SPFPA Disclaims Interest Letter,

Letter from SPFPA President David L. Hickey Disclaiming Interest in the Security Specialists working for Hana Industries, Inc @ Russell Knox Building in Quantico VA. SPFPA disclaimed interest in this group after the Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions filed an election to represent these officers.

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In a unionized workplace, employment contracts are negotiated through the collective bargaining process. … to negotiate a union contract requires bargaining skills as well as knowledge of applicable labor laws. Before any collective bargaining begins there is much prep work involved prior to sitting face to face before an employer. The Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions LEOSU prides itself in having a full-time law firm Lally & Misir, LLP that spends the time in researching and preparing for negotiations prior to our face to face meetings with security company employers. The Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU) is a full service labor organization formed to provide every labor related service from negotiations, grievance processing, legal and legislative representation. The Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU) mission is to serve as a voice for law enforcement officers and security professionals in the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Washington DC Region and the Northeast region to their employers

NLRB Rules in Favor of LEOSU and LEOSU-DC in Two Separate Paragon Systems Inc Election Cases in NY and DC

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Washington DC & New York City – The Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions LEOSU & LEOSU-DC won two major National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions in two separate regions, region 5 and region 29 concerning Paragon Systems, Inc. In the Washington DC NLRB decision the Board ruled in Case 05-RC-234968  that the Board has  considered the evidence and arguments presented by the parties, and for the reasons described below, I conclude that the Intervenor has not established that either a Contract or successor bar applies in this case. Accordingly, the Board conclude that a question concerning representation exists,and they are directing an election in this matter.

Soon after this NLRB decision the Federal Contract Guards of America FCGOA, disclaimed all interest in this group and Paragon Systems, Inc then legally recognized the LEOSU as the exclusive bargaining collective representative for All full-time and regular part-time protective security officers and sergeants employed by the Employer performing guard duties at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services facilities currently located at 20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, and 111 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C.; but excluding all office clerical employees, professional employees, managerial employees, and supervisors as defined in the Act.

In another NLRB decision handed down by the NLRB on May 15, 2019, in Case No. 29-RC-229372 against the National League of Justice and Security Professionals (NLJSP) the Board ruled in its  HEARING OFFICER’S REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON OBJECTIONS that this report contains my findings and recommendations regarding the Petitioner’s objections to the election in the above referenced case. For the reasons contained herein, I recommend overruling the Petitioner’s objections and issuing a Certification of Representative.

https://www.nlrb.gov/case/29-RC-229372

Upon a petition filed on October 15, 2018, by National League of Justice and Security Professionals (NLJSP), herein called the Petitioner, and pursuant to a Stipulated Election Agreement signed by the Petitioner, Paragon Systems, Inc., herein called the Employer, and by Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions LEOSU, LEOS-PBA, herein called the Intervenor, and approved by the Acting Regional Director on February 11, 2019, an election by mail ballot was conducted on February 25, among the employees employed in the following unit: All full-time and regular part-time armed and unarmed security officers employed by Paragon Systems, Inc. at the Federal Protective Service sites located in Manhattan, the Bronx, West Nyack, Yonkers, New Rochelle, White Plains, and Peekskill, New York, covered under Paragon Systems, Inc.’s June 1, 2018, service contract with the United States Government, but excluding all other employees and supervisors as defined by Section 2(11) of the Act.

The Tally of Ballots, made available to the parties pursuant to the Board’s Rules and Regulations on March 20, showed the following results:

Approximate number of eligible voters 315
Number of void ballots 9
Number of ballots cast for the Petitioner 7
Number of ballots cast for the Intervenor 167
Number of votes cast against participating labor organization 34
Number of valid votes counted 208
Number of challenged ballots 1
Number of valid votes counted plus challenged ballots 209

Challenges are not sufficient in number to affect the results of the election. A majority of the valid votes counted has been cast for the Intervenor.

Recommendation

I have recommended overruling the Petitioner’s objections.

Accordingly, I further recommend that the Intervenor be certified as the exclusive collective bargaining agent of the following appropriate unit: All full-time and regular part-time armed and unarmed security officers employed by Paragon Systems, Inc. at the Federal Protective Service sites located in Manhattan, -the Bronx, West Nyack, Yonkers, New Rochelle, White Plains, and Peekskill, New York, covered under Paragon Systems,. Inc.’s June 1, 2018, service contract with the United States Government, but excluding all other employees and supervisors as defined by Section 2(11) of the Act.

With this major ruling by the NLRB on May 15, 2019, in favor of LEOSU and against the National League of Justice and Security Professionals (NLJSP) it seems this was a death blow for the NLJSP who at a membership of just 175 members had just disclaimed interest in a unit consisting of 70 members at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as well as disclaiming interest at the Department of Education and Housing and Urban development Facility another Paragon Systems, Inc unit in Washington DC, Case Number: 05-RC-241434.

LEOSU’s Attorney Files Motion to Dismiss SPFPA’s Frivolous Lawsuit Over SPFPA Union Corruption YouTube Videos

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LEOSU Files Motion to Dismiss SPFPA’s Frivolous Lawsuit Over Publication of SPFPA Union Corruption YouTube Videos.

Detroit Michigan – On 5/10/19 LEOSU’s attorney Thomas Nunley had filed a motion with the judge overseeing a case involving a frivolous lawsuit filed by SPFPA President David L. Hickey and the International Union, Security Police and Fire Professionals of America SPFPA over published YouTube organizing video’s created & uploaded in New York exposing SPFPA union corruption within its organization. You can view LEOSU’s motion to dismiss here.
Below are other related documents and exhibits relating to this case.

LEOSU Organizing Director Steve Maritas noted he is not worried about this frivolous lawsuit filed by Hickey and the SPFPA union since the Truth is an absolute defense.

THE DEFENDANT LEOSU UNION ELECTION VIDEOS, POSTED ON “YOUTUBE.COM” ARE ALL EXPLICITLY AND ABSOLUTELY TRUE – PROTECTED SPEECH UNDER THE FIRST AMENDMENT

The Defendant LEOSU videos were all carefully written and researched with factual verification and documentation. The truth is that Plaintiff SPFPA has had dozens of its officers criminally indicted and convicted. (See News Articles and Reports of SPFPA Officer convictions attached as Exhibit “A”).

The truth is that Defendant LEOSU has beaten Plaintiff SPFPA in over a dozen contested union elections. (See SPFPA Losses and NLRB Records attached as Exhibit “B”)

The truth is that the FBI did raid the home of Plaintiff David Hickey. See Newsmax Article

The truth is that Plaintiff SPFPA has a long history of corruption and embezzlement under the leadership of Plaintiff David Hickey, who has been at the helm of Plaintiff SPFPA since 2000.

The truth is a complete defense to a defamation action. See Andrews v. Prudential Sec., 160 F.3d 304, 308 (6th Cir. 1998); See also Baggs v. Eagle-Picher Indus., Inc., 957 F.2d 268, 273 (6th Cir. 1992) (citing Cochrane v. Wittbold, 359 Mich. 402, 102 N.W.2d 459, 463 (Mich. 1960)). This privilege extends to a great variety of subjects, and includes matters of public concern, public men, and candidates for office.” New York Times Co. v. Sullivan, 376 U.S. 254, 281-82 (1964).

DEFENDANTS’ FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS TO POST AND USE VIDEOS IN
NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON D.C. – ARE PROTECTED SPEECH – WITH
ANTI-SLAPP LIABILITY AGAINST PLAINTIFF – WHICH PLAINTIFF IS TRYING TO ILLEGALLY INVADE

The Plaintiffs are waging a campaign to try to “crush” the Defendants labor union, LEOSU. This “harassment campaign” has included Plaintiffs’ posting over fifty (50) “YouTube” videos attacking Defendant LEOSU, and Defendant Maritas, and filing multiple fraudulent lawsuits, to run-up Defendants’ attorney fees.

Plaintiffs’ David Hickey and SPFPA openly admit their illegal and fraudulent harassment strategy against the Defendants in mocking and threatening emails.

See the attached email from Plaintiff SPFPA to Defendant Maritas, boasting of
illegitimate legal tactics (See Exhibit “C”). See also the e-mail dated May 10, 2019 by the Plaintiff David Hickey sent to union members – boasting of his strategy of costly and fraudulent litigation as a strategy to consume the union dues of Defendant union’s members. (See Exhibit“D”).

Plaintiffs’ strategy is simple: force Defendants to expend union member dues on litigation; and then accuse Defendant of “wasting” union members’ dues on litigation.

Plaintiffs’ intend to attempt to escape New York’s and Washington D.C.’s “anti-SLAPP” laws. “SLAPP” is an acronym for a “strategic lawsuit against public participation.” Ernst v. Carrigan, 814 F.3d 116, 117 (2d Cir. 2016). “SLAPP suits come in many forms camouflaged as ordinary lawsuits. The conceptual thread that binds them is that they are suits without substantial merit that are brought by private interests to ‘stop citizens from exercising their political rights or to punish them for having done so.’” Gordon v. Marrone, 590 N.Y.S.2d 649, 656 (1992); (citing Pring, SLAPPs: Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation, 7 PACE ENVTL LREV 3 [1989]).

SLAPP suits function by forcing the defendant into a judicial proceeding where the plaintiff can force the expenses of a defense upon the target defendant. See Gordon, 590 N.Y.S.2d 649 (1992). As the emails discussed above show, Plaintiffs’ only purpose in this frivolous action is to waste Defendant’s resources and “bleed the Defendants dry.” (See Exhibit “D”-mass e-mail from Plaintiff David Hickey to LEOSU members explaining Plaintiffs’ frivolous litigation strategy).

Plaintiffs’ should not be rewarded by filing in Michigan’s Courts, where only Plaintiff has contacts, to harass a rival union and its members.

SPFPA President in Maryland Sentenced for Thefts

SPFPA President in Maryland Enters Alford Plea for Theft

Ex-President of SPFPA Local in Maryland Indicted for Theft

SPFPA President in Michigan Sentenced for Embezzlement

SPFPA President in Michigan Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

SPFPA President in Michigan Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

Detroit-Area SPFPA Boss Indicted for Embezzlement

Kentucky Security Officers Local Secretary Sentenced for Theft

Security Professionals Secretary in Kentucky Pleads Guilty; Sentenced

Security Professionals Secretary in Kentucky Indicted

President of Security Workers Local in Houston Sentenced for Embezzlement

Security Employees Local President in Texas Pleads Guilty to Theft

Washington, D.C. Security Professionals Secretary-Treasurer Sentenced

D.C. Security Professionals Treasurer Charged with Embezzlement

Security Professionals Local Treasurer in Texas Charged with Theft

New Orleans-Area Security Professionals President Sentenced

Security Professionals President in Louisiana Pleads Guilty to Theft

Louisiana Security Professionals Local President Charged

Former President of Texas Security Local Found Guilty; Sentenced

Virginia Local Security Employees President Sentenced for Embezzlement

Security Employees President in Virginia Charged; Pleads Guilty

Security/Police/Firefighters Local Secretary in Michigan Charged

Security Professionals Local President in Illinois Pleads Guilty

Ex-Treasurer of Arizona Security, Police and Firefighters Local Sentenced

Arizona Security, Police and Firefighters Secretary-Treasurer Pleads Guilty

Security Employees Secretary in Georgia Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

Security Employees Financial Secretary in Georgia Indicted for Embezzlement

Also visit the SPFPA Corruption Blog for more information about SPFPA

Fearing Another Defeat Against LEOSU-DC – SPFPA Leaves its Members at the Russell Knox Building in Quantico VA High and Dry

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The National Labor Relations Board Order Approving Withdrawal and Order Revoking SPFPA’s Certification as the exclusive bargaining representative of all full-time and part-time armed and unarmed security specialist at the Russell Knox Building, located in Quantico, VA working for Hana Industries, inc.

Letter from SPFPA President David L. Hickey Disclaiming Interest in the Security Specialists working for Hana Industries, Inc at the Russell Knox Building, located in Quantico, VA. SPFPA disclaimed interest in this particular group after the Law Enforcement Security Officers LEOSU-DC filed an election to represent these 55 officers. SPFPA who feared another defeat against LEOSU-DC chose to disclaim interest rather then face LEOSU-DC head to head in a NLRB election. SPFPA’s decision to withdraw its interest effective immediately, leaving these officers high and dry, now causes these security specialists to become non-union employees until such a time the NLRB conducts a new election whereby the LEOSU-DC had petitioned for.

 

Most recently SPFPA Organizing Director Dwayne Bedford Phillips, has lost several union elections throughout the country, including Jefferson University Hospital, fourteen (14) state universities throughout Pennsylvania, Cape Cod Hospital, Georgetown University and Law Center and Catholic University in Washington DC just to name a few.

SPFPA is also facing another Decertification election this time at the Federal Communications Commission FCC filed by the Governed United Security Professionals in Washington DC. Omniplex World Services Corporation, is the present employer at this location.

 

SPFPA President Dave Hickey and SPFPA Secretary Treasurer Don Eagle Threatens Its Members With Expulsion for Supporting LEOSU

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INTERNATIONAL UNION, SECURITY, POLICE AND FIRE PROFESSIONALS OF AMERICA (SPFPA)
In the Matter of:
DAVID L. HICKEY,
Charging Party
v. Case No. 1-506-20
MARYANN XXXXX,
Respondent
CHARGES AGAINST MARYANN XXXXX
These charges are brought by International President David L. Hickey in accordance with Article XXI, section 14 of the International Constitution and By-Laws as follows:
1. Maryann XXXXXX is a member of Amalgamated Local Union No. 506.
2. Commencing months ago and continuing to date Maryann XXXXX has engaged in conduct designed and intended to displace and discredit the SPFPA.
3. Maryann actively participated while at work declaring the LEOSU as “The new leader in security unions” to displace the SPFPA.
4. Maryann participated in activity with Denny on defamatory claims and reckless allegations about “SPFPA Bosses” indictments for embezzlement.
5. Maryann participated with XXXXX on published photos of the LEOSU shield and its Director for the purpose of causing Spectrum security officers to withdraw from the SPFPA.
6. Maryann participated with XXXXX to encourage posted information falsely claiming that the SPFPA was corrupt and sollciting support for the LEOSU.
7. On February 21, 2019, XXXXX communicated to SPFPA represented security officers that the LEOSU is the new leader in protecting employees.
8. Maryann promoted activity XXXXX used on YouTube to make false statements regarding the SPFPA and using the SPFPA logo in a demeaning manner intended to Interfere with the SPFPA as a bargaining representative of security officers.
9. Maryann promoted activity that XXXXX posted on defamatory false videos on Facebook against SPFPA.
10. In conspiracy with XXXXX and others, Maryann has engaged In a continuing effort to undermine, discredit and displace the SPFPA through the communication of false and reckless statements.
11. Maryann’s conduct violates the International Constitution and By-Laws and constitutes conduct unbecoming a member of the SPFPA.
WHEREFORE, Maryann XXXXX should be expelled from SPFPA membership with such other sanctions as found appropriate by the International Executive Board.

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WHEREFORE, Maryann XXXXX should be expelled from SPFPA membership with such other sanctions as found appropriate by the International Executive Board. DATED: March 13, 2019 David L. Hickey SPFPA International President
NOTICE OF HEARING
Take notice that pursuant to Article XX, Sections 3-5 and Artlde XXI, Section 15 of the International Constitution and By-Laws, a hearing on the above Charges will be held before a Hearing Officer on March 25, 2019, 2:30 p.m., EDT at International Headquarters, 25510 Kelly Road, Roseville, MI. You are urged to attend such hearing and bring with you all witnesses and documentary evidence. You have the right to be represented by any member In good standing of the International Union.
DATED: March 13, 2019
Don Eagle
International Secretary-Treasurer

 

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SPFPA Dave Hickey Brings Additional Charges Against a SPFPA Local 506 Member. See enclosed SPFPA Member Charges Document.

SPFPA Federal Investigation: Official Documents Reveal SPFPA Violated Their Members Rights Settlement Reached

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Enclosed is an informal settlement agreement in this matter that the Charged Party has signed SPFPA. This settlement agreement appears to remedy the violations established by our investigation and to comport with the remedial provisions of Board orders in cases involving
such violations. International Union, Security, Police & Fire
Professionals of America SPFPA (Exelon Generation Co. LLC)
Case 13-CB-222639.

VIEW THE OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS BELOW

SPFPA FEDERAL INVESTIGATION LETTER OF PROPOSED SETTLEMENT

SPFPA FEDERAL INVESTIGATION PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT

A few months back the Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions LEOSU had filed federal charges against the International Union, Security, Police & Fire
Professionals of America SPFPA calling for a full investigation into their illegal practices against its members as noted and written in their SPFPA Constitution & By-laws. After further investigation by the federal authorities it was revealed that the allegations against the International Union, Security, Police & Fire Professionals of America SPFPA were in fact true.

On February 14, 2019 a letter was sent to LEOSU Organizing Director Steve Maritas, notifying him that the International Union, Security, Police & Fire Professionals of America SPFPA has in fact been in violation of law and they have reached a settlement agreement to remedy the situation as noted below.

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IN THE MATTER OF International Union, Security, Police & Fire Professionals of America SPFPA (Exelon Generation Co. LLC)
Case 13-CB-222639 Subject to the approval of the Regional Director for the National Labor Relations Board, the Charged Party and the Charging Party HEREBY AGREE TO SETTLE THE ABOVE MATTER AS FOLLOWS: TRANSMISSION OF NOTICE TO AFFILIATED LOCALS – After the Regional Director has approved this Agreement, the Regional Office will send copies of the approved Notice to the Charged Party. A responsible official of the Charged Party will then sign and date those Notices. The Charged Party will transmit a copy of the signed Notice to each of its affiliated local unions and will include an accompanying request that those affiliated locals distribute copies of the Notice to their members in the same manner as other notifications to members are dispersed.

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FEDERAL LAW GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO:
• Form, join, or assist a union;
• Choose a representative to bargain with your employer on your behalf;
• Act together with other employees for your benefit and protection;
• Choose not to engage in any of these protected activities.
WE WILL NOT maintain the following portions of Article XXI of our SPFPA Constitution and Bylaws within the Constitution and Bylaws or anywhere else: Section 1 (page 37) “Conduct unbecoming a Union member may include actions involving disaffiliation or decertification proceedings or the instigation thereof.” Section 14 (page 40) “In any case in which it shall appear to the International President that a member or members have engaged in a conspiracy to commit an offense against this International Union, or in those cases where a member or members have caused or instigated disaffiliation or decertification proceedings, the International President may perfer charges against such member or members of this International Union for violation of this Constitution and By ‑ Laws or for conduct unbecoming a member of this International Union, without regard to the existence of an emergency.” YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to file election petitions, and to participate in or cooperate in National Labor Relations Board proceedings; and WE WILL NOT maintain in our Constitution and Bylaws, or anywhere else, any rules that threaten you with being fined, or with any other punishment, for filing an election petition with the National Labor Relations Board, or otherwise participating or cooperating in National Labor Relations Board proceedings.. WE WILL NOT in any like or related manner restrain or coerce your exercise of rights under Section 7 of the Act. WE WILL immediately rescind and give no effect to the portions of Article XXI described in the above paragraphs, and WE WILL post a copy of our revised Constitution and Bylaws that does not contain the above rules on our website and distribute copies to our affiliated local unions.

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SPFPA has a Long History of Corruption and Embezzlement under the leadership of David L. Hickey. Find out more by visiting the SPFPA Corruption Blog.

VIEW THE OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS BELOW

SPFPA FEDERAL INVESTIGATION LETTER OF PROPOSED SETTLEMENT

SPFPA FEDERAL INVESTIGATION PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT

 

 

 

SPFPA Director At Large Dwayne Phillips BUSTED

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Newly obtained documents reveal that SPFPA  Director At Large Dwayne Phillips is the real culprit  and scoundrel behind a newly created ANTI-LEOSU website which depicted defamatory YouTube videos & pictures against our union LEOSU and its Director. The admission came to light only after the LEOSU had the website taken down after filing a copyright infringement claim against SPFPA. SPFPA Director At Large Director Dwayne Phillips admission now sets the stage for a defamation lawsuit which will soon to be filed by LEOSU’s legal counsel, not only against Phillips personally, but also against the International Union, Security, Police & Fire Professionals of America SPFPA whom he is employed. The SPFPA is well known in the security industry for setting up these kind of shady websites as well as for its Union-Busting propaganda tactics and ANTI-LEOSU YouTube Videos. SPFPA has a long history of corruption & embezzlement under the leadership of David L. Hickey.

The above picture of SPFPA Director At Large Dwayne Bradford Phillips was found in the public domain and is subject to the fair use doctrine and/or its use on the website was consented to, either implicitly or explicitly.

Below are links to SPFPA created websites against its rival security unions

http://www.eyeoncaleb.org/index.html

http://ugsoa.blogspot.com/

http://ugsoa52.homestead.com/

https://web.archive.org/web/20140111070920/http://www.fcgoa.org/

Below is the actual WIX email clearly showing SPFPA Director At Large Dwayne Phillips filing a counter notification to the copyright claim.

Madeleine (Wix Support)
January 31, 2019 8:32 AM (UTC-05:00)
Hello,
We received the following counter notification in response to your DMCA notification.
The site in question will be reinstated after 10 business days will pass Thursday, February 14, 2019, unless we receive a notification from you that you filed an action seeking court order to restrain the site owner from engaging in the infringing activity relating to the Wix site.
If you file a legal case and notify us about it we will follow up with the site owner and keep the site disabled until we receive a duly issued court order.
Please note that we have no discretion in DMCA cases, and need to follow the DMCA procedure in full, as long as the notices we received followed the same procedure.
The counter notification is attached below for your convenience:
First Name: Dwayne
Last Name: Phillips
Mailing Address:
25510 Kelly Rd, Roseville, MI, 48066
Phone number: 5867727250
Additional phone number:
Please identify and describe the content that you are asking to be restored.
I am familiar with the content of this website. The vast majority of material on the website is not copyrightable and/or in the public domain. To the extent that material is copyrightable, it is subject to the fair use doctrine and/or its use on the website was consented to, either implicitly or explicitly.
Please provide the address (URL) of the website which was removed (the location of the removed material prior to its removal): *********************
Please describe why you believe that the removal of the content was not justified:
YouTube videos and written text.
Relevant document(s):
Dated: Wed Jan 30 2019 05:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
Electronic Signature: Dwayne Phillips
_________________________________________________

Regards,

Madeleine | Wix Support Team

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Ginger (Wix Support)
January 28, 2019 4:22 AM (UTC-05:00)
Hello,
Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention.
The website has been disabled and your complaint has been forwarded in accordance with DMCA procedure.
Regards,
Ginger- Wix Team