Thursday, May 12, 2005

Ms. Brown I Presume?

Lewis Perdue's infringement case against Dan Brown keeps getting more bizarre all the time. Back on April 2, a poster named Ahamedd Saaddoodeen asked a question on Lee Goldberg's blog thread on the case leaving an active e-mail address. Later the poster commented on Lew's Da Vinci Crock blog saying he/she had information the lawyers would be interested in and to contact them.

Apparently the data they sent Lew leads to the identity being a long time alias for one Blythe Newlon Stafford Brown. All of the investigated addresses belong to Mrs. Brown. While the data may be faulty, it comes from multiple sources. It's unlikely that the poster IS Ms. Brown. The poster also implicates long time Brown editor Jason Kaufman in the infringement scenario against The Da Vinci Legacy and Daughter of God. What in hell is going on here?

3 Comments:

Blogger Lewis Perdue said...

Yeah, totally weird.

It's never going to get cleared up without a trial.

3:48 PM  
Anonymous john said...

i loved the da vinci code... if it was your story and dan brown ripped it off, i hope you win your trial. Is your book available? I'd like to read it and compare the two.

12:52 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

You can buy them here:http://www.lewisperdue.com/

8:23 AM  

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