It's also noteworthy that in December the Dean Singleton of Media News had signed up for Righthaven, and that it had reported that he is also a head of the Associated Press, which had been "threatening" bloggers a few years ago. That Techdirt story had been here. However, according to a "Law.com" story by Andrew Goldberg March 25, the AP is working on a separate news licensing group, a measure that would apparently not be consistent with joining a group that files "pop quiz" lawsuits; that story is here. And "ForeclosureBlues" noted with a March 25 posting on "Righthaven Victims" blog that the notorious TSA thumbnail had been credited (incorrectly) as an AP photo.
Update: April 18 (Yup, as IRS deadline approaches, although that doesn't matter)
PS: For the record, I found another article on Naumer and the Foreclosure Blues blog, here (at "MFI-Miami").. The pieces of this puzzle get even more interesting. Stay tuned. And watch what comes out in the movies (particularly on the indie side) in the next few years. All of this would make a good movie for the Landmark Chain to show. Sounds like a real "Roadside Attraction".