It has been revealed to us that the General Conference Corporation of Seventh-day Adventists has begun to move forward with their expected legal persecutionof the Creation Seventh Day (and) Adventist Church. A letter has been drafted, but notyet received by our members, which follows the same mode of delivery as wasundertaken in the above-mentioned letter to the Davidian, and the previous letters of demand that have been sent to various other Adventist believers over time. With prayer,and by the grace of the Almighty, we will stand in the face of this great evil, and witnessfor the purity of the Faith of our Savior.
Pastor Walter "Chick" McGillhas drafted a letter to the lawfirm beingused by the General Conference to enforce the Trademark asking for their understandingin the delay of his receiving the letter, as he is away currently on an evangelistic mission.The Letter may be readHERE.
Pastor "Chick" has received a certified letter from the GeneralConference Corporation's attorneys, demanding the surrender of several domain names.This letter appears, upon inspection, to be merely a copy of a previous letter sent to theowner of some domain names maintained by the owner of davidiansda.org, containingonly insignificant alterations (see Davidian related communication in the above links).From the letter itself, it appears that the facts of the correspondance have been confused,as they refer to communications with him through the Davidian SDAs (that never took place), and all but one of the domain names they cited are / were owned by theDavidians.. Pastor "Chick" has sent an answer to the letter via certified mail.Demand letter :Introductory letter Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4
Pastor "Chick"s response may be readHERE.
The General Conference attorneys have now sent documents to our web-hosting company complaining of certain trademark violations among our domainnames. As documentation becomes available we plan to post for your reading.
We have received notice that the General Conference Corporation of SDAs is now threatening our internet domain names on the world scale. Pastor "Chick"has received email notification that the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)Arbitration and Mediation Center has received a complaint against several of our websites, this complaint being dated at May 23rd of this year.We have also received word that Vincent Ramik (attorney for the General ConferenceCorporation) has sent a box containing some kind of information to pastor "Chick." As itturns out, pastor "Chick" had recently left on an evangelism trip to Canada, to meet withsome of the brethren there who were baptized this last Feast of Unleavened Bread. Assuch he was not available to receive the package (which we assume is related to theWIPO complaint). When we discover the contents of this package, we will inform our readers.For now, the CSDA Church covets the prayers of those who have been following our work and ministry. If this matter indeed goes as the Conference would have it go on a