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Exhibit A
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Exhibit B
B-1
B-2
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B-3
[REDACTED]
B-4
[REDACTED]
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B-5
B-6
B-7
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-3 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 3 of 10 PageID #:987
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B-8
B-9
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-3 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 4 of 10 PageID #:988
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B-10
B-11
B-12
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-3 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 5 of 10 PageID #:989
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B-13
B-14
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-3 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 6 of 10 PageID #:990
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B-15
B-16
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-3 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 7 of 10 PageID #:991
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B-17
B-18
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-3 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 8 of 10 PageID #:992
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B-19
B-20
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-3 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 9 of 10 PageID #:993
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B-21
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-3 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 10 of 10 PageID #:994
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Exhibit C
C-1
C-2
C-3
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-4 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 1 of 2 PageID #:995
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C-4
C-5
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-4 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 2 of 2 PageID #:996
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Exhibit D
D-1
D-2
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-5 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 1 of 3 PageID #:997
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D-3
D-4
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-5 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 2 of 3 PageID #:998
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D-5
D-6
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-5 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 3 of 3 PageID #:999
Exhibit E
E-1
E-2
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-6 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 1 of 3 PageID #:1000
E-3
E-4
E-5
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-6 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 2 of 3 PageID #:1001
E-6
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-6 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 3 of 3 PageID #:1002
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Exhibit F
F-1
F-2
F-3
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-7 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 1 of 1 PageID #:1003
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Exhibit G
G-1
G-2
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-8 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 1 of 7 PageID #:1004
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G-3
G-4
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-8 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 2 of 7 PageID #:1005
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G-5
G-6
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-8 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 3 of 7 PageID #:1006
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G-7
G-8
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-8 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 4 of 7 PageID #:1007
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G-9
G-10
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-8 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 5 of 7 PageID #:1008
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G-11
G-12
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-8 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 6 of 7 PageID #:1009
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G-13
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-8 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 7 of 7 PageID #:1010
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Exhibit H
H-1
H-2
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-9 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 1 of 4 PageID #:1011
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H-3
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-9 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 2 of 4 PageID #:1012
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H-4
H-5
H-6
Case: 1:13-cv-06312 Document #: 94-9 Filed: 06/11/14 Page 3 of 4 PageID #:1013
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H-7
H-8
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DECLARATION OF PATRICK PAIGE

I, PATRICK PAIGE, DO HEREBY DECLARE:
1. I am over the age of eighteen (18) and otherwise competent to make this
declaration. The facts stated in this declaration are based upon my personal knowledge.
2. I was a police officer from 1989 until 2011 for the Palm Beach County Sherriffs
Department. From 2000-2011, I was a detective in the computer crimes unit.
3. As a detective in the computer crimes unit, I investigated internet child
pornography and computer crime cases.
4. I have conducted forensic computer examinations for:
(a) Broward County Sheriffs Office (BSO);
(b) Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI);
(c) U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP);
(d) Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE);
(e) U.S. Secret Service;
(f) Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF); and
(g) Various municipalities in the jurisdiction of Palm Beach County.
5. I was assigned to a police unit working in conjunction with TLO Corp., which is a
private company.
6. When I worked with TLO Corp., I supervised the other detectives assigned to the
unit, which consisted of six online investigators and two computer forensic examiners.
7. With regard to my experience investigating child pornography cases, I supervised
police officers whose responsibility it was to establish a successful TCP/IP connection with
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persons who were sending pornographic images of children or other illegal content over the
Internet using peer-to-peer file sharing programs.
8. I am familiar with software programs used to investigate computers, including
EnCase and Access Data.
9. I have taken over 400 hours of courses designed to teach people how to
investigate computers.
10. Also, while working from 2003-2011 for Guidance Software, the makers of
EnCase, I have taught over 375 hours of courses in computer forensics ranging from beginner to
advanced levels.
11. I have had students in my courses from various government branches, including:
(a) sheriffs offices; (b) FBI agents; (c) ATF agents; (d) agents from the Central Intelligence
Agency, and (e) individuals from other branches of government and the private sector.
12. After leaving the Palm Beach County Sherriffs office, I founded Computer
Forensics, LLC, where I am currently employed.
13. I have received the following awards and commendations:
(a) 1991 Deputy of the Year, awarded by the 100 Mens Club of Boca
Raton & Rotary Club.

(b) 1997 Deputy of the Month for June.

(c) 2001 Detective of the Month for October.

(d) 2002 Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year, awarded by the
United States Justice Department for work in the U.S. vs. Jerrold Levy
case.

(e) 2003 U.S. Customs Service Unit Commendation Citation Award for
computer forensic work in Operation Hamlet. Operation Hamlet was one
of the largest rings in the history of U.S. Customs of individuals who were
molesting their own children, and transmitting the images and video via
the Internet.
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(f) 2005 Detective of the Month for December.

(g) 2007 Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year, awarded by the
United States Justice Department for work in the U.S. vs. Jimmy Oliver
case.

(h) 2008 Letter of Commendation issued by the FBI for outstanding
computer forensic work in the U.S. vs. Frank Grasso case.

14. I have testified as a fact and expert witness on numerous occasions in the field of
computer forensics in both trial-level and appellate proceedings before state, federal, and military
courts in Florida, California, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
15. No court has ever refused to accept my testimony on the basis that I was not an
expert in computer forensics. My skill set and my reputation are my most important assets in my
current position with Computer Forensics, LLC.
16. On January 17, 2014, I received a UPS package from attorney Nicolettis office.
17. The package contained two hard drives. Both hard drives contain forensic images
of Defendants computer devices. The forensic images were created by Helen Geib of Quantum
Discovery on December 23, 2012.
18. The first hard drive is a Seagate 500 GB Hard Drive with serial number
S2WG1HJ. This hard drive contains a forensic image of Defendants Western Digital hard drive
model WDC WD3200BEVT-75ZCT2 with serial number WD-WXHZ08077637.
19. The second hard drive is an Aegis Padlock 2 External USB hard drive with serial
number A2G200119. This hard drive contains forensic images of a number of Defendants
computer devices, each in a separate folder. The folders are labeled: (a)
*PN_TASHIRO_INTHDD (containing AccessData image files titled SIN20-
1_Tashiro_intHDD.001 to SIN20-1_Tashiro_intHDD.026 from a hard drive described as
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Kelley Tashiro int HDD inside usb encl.); and (b) *SIN20-1_Tashiro_iPad (containing
AccessData Mobile Phone Examiner image files of an iPad, with images titled SIN20-
1_Tashiro_iPad.ad1 to SIN20-1_Tashiro_iPad.ad6)
20. I was informed Defendant has another hard drive. That hard drive was unable to
be imaged by Quantum Discovery because it is unreadable. Accordingly, I did not examine that
hard drive.
21. Using EnCase forensic software, I began examining the contents of the images on
the hard drives for evidence of BitTorrent use.
22. My examination of the Western Digital hard drive included on the Seagate 500
GB drive revealed limited evidence of BitTorrent use. Specifically, it shows that Defendant
created a web browser bookmark folder called Torrents which contains torrent websites such
as ISOHunt and TorrentReactor.
23. Next, I examined the image labeled SIN20-1_Tashiro_intHDD.001 on the
Aegis Padlock 2 External USB hard drive.
24. This hard drive was repeatedly used to download BitTorrent files and also had
BitTorrent software installed on the hard drive. See Report, attached as Exhibit A.
25. Further, numerous files and folders associated with BitTorrent use were deleted
from the hard drive on December 22, 2013 at approximately 10:00 pm the night before the hard
drive was turned over to Quantum Discovery for imaging.
26. Among the deleted files, I recovered seventy-three (73) BitTorrent files. Many of
these BitTorrent files are associated with adult movies. BitTorrent clients, that enable the
BitTorrent protocol to work, were also deleted.
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27. Additionally, I located one hundred seven (107) files and folders also deleted on
December 22, 2013 at approximately 10:00 pm. Most of these were parent folders that contained
thousands of files that were deleted in the process of deleting the parent folder.
28. Malibu Media, LLCs copyrighted content could have been deleted from the drive
during the Defendants mass erasure the night before the computer devices were turned over to
Quantum Discovery.
FURTHER DECLARANT SAYETH NAUGHT.
DECLARATION
PURSUANT TO 28 U.S.C. 1746, I hereby declare under penalty of perjury that the
foregoing is true and correct.
Executed on this 10
th
day of February, 2014.

By:
PATRICK PAIGE


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EXHIBIT J
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EXHIBIT K
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