Daniel Foucachon’s complaint against MoscowID.net

Notæ Bene: MoscowID.net owns every image in this post under the FAIR USE Act. However, to avoid any more frivolous actions by Mr. Foucachon, Team Truth has moved the images overseas (along with the wedding video), where the country ignores DMCA claims. For more on this complaint, please see “The Christ Church Playbook, page 1: Quash the Message”; because Daniel Foucachon is a member of Christ Church, Moscow, where his father serves as an elder.

Here is his entire complaint, which he filed “under the perjury laws of the United States of America”:

Additional Information for DMCA and Defamation case against moscowid.net, hosted by BlueHost.com

Primary and most concerning violation of copyright, as well as defamation is the video, posted and hosted on the wordpress site. The video includes signage from my company, Foucachon Media, LLC, and Roman Roads Media, LLC. It was illegally copied from my vimeo account before it was made private (or through some other unknown means).


Also, see “proof of knowledge.PNG” to see proof that they knowingly took this file.

Additional images:
Multiple screenshots on site from video, such as the one on their homepage.

See “Home page.PNG” for proff. site: moscowid.net

Other screenshots of copyright violation from my videos:
“Photo 1.PNG” — from a video I own from my work contracted with Canon Press. Subject: Douglas Wilson.
“Photo 2.PNG” — from a video I own from my work contracted with New Saint Andrews College. Subject: Ed Iverson
“Photo 3.PNG” — from a video I own from from the main video linked above. MoscowID.net has used multiple screenshots from this video, all of which I own, and want removed for both copyright violation and defamation.

I, Daniel Foucachon, am the content creator and videographer/photographer of all above mentioned content, and represent Roman Roads Media, LLC, a publishing and video production company.

I that these videos and images be removed from MoscowID.net immediately.

Here is my official notice:

Takedown Notice Pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998

To Whom It May Concern,

This is a notice in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA) requesting that you immediately cease to provide access to copyrighted material. I wish to report an instance of Copyright Infringement, whereby the infringing material appears on a website for which you are the host.

The infringing material, which I contend belongs to me, is the following:

Wedding of Katie and Steven Sitler
The original material is located on my website at the following URLs:

(this url is now private)

The infringing material is located at the following URLs:

My contact information is:

Name: Daniel Foucachon
Mailing address: 739 S Hayes St
Telephone number: (208) 596-8190
E-mail address: daniel@foucachon.com

I have a good faith belief that the use of the described material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or by operation of law.

The information in this notice is accurate, and I am either the copyright owner or I am authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.

I declare under the perjury laws of the United States of America that this notification is true and correct.

Signed: Daniel Foucachon
Date: 2015-09-08


  1. The Truth About Moscow:

    Please IMMEDIATELY report Daniel’s take down notices to you. Report them to the Electronic Frontier Foundation!

    Daniel doesn’t get to write US copyright law or case law. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals just released a decision in a take down case, siding for the blogger. The Ninth Circuit is the federal appeals court covering the western states, including Idaho, for the federal trial courts (called US District Courts). Copyright law is a federal action and is held in federal court.

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