Monday, March 19, 2012

David Boyer wants your money!

However, he is pretending to be someone else in order to loosen your purse strings.

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Boyer is using his old alias "Sean Killian" for fundraising.

Please see for yourself:
If these sites go down, I have full copies with all the links.



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Update:

Boyer finally claims his alias "Sean Killian" after issue on Indiegogo:



(Boyer is already working to cover up any connections to his new alias "Darren Oberhaus" and his alias "Sean Killian.")

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For those wondering about Judy Cerda:
She knows about Boyer's use of multiple aliases and acts of plagiarism.
(She was contacted via email back in mid 2011.)


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Update:

Since I was called a liar, I felt it appropiate to respond. 
  • Judy Cerda leaves a comment.
  • The email in which Judy is informed about Boyer.
  • Judy's reply: "I did read the articles."
2 comments:

  1. It's really unfair and a lie for you to accuse me of knowing about plagiarism involving Dave or anyone. I know nothing of the sort. Just because someone (whom I didn't know) wrote to me accusing Dave of things doesn't mean that it's true and if it is, I have nothing to do with his writing and therefore am not involved. As for aliases, many directors and writers use different names for their film companies. I know one director who has three different names depending on which company he is working for and that doesn't mean he is doing anything illegal. If you have a problem with him, you have no right to make accusations against me. That makes me question your character alot.
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  2. Unfortunately, Judy, you were not only notified of the situation, you were also provided with links to the assembled evidence.

    As, for aliases, there are those people who use them to provide different personas, but there also plagiarists such as David Boyer who hide behind them when pirating other people’s works. The difference between these two rationale’s is obvious.
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Links from the above email to Judy:
http://accrispin.blogspot.com/2010/10/cold-iron-david-boyer-plagiarist.html
http://www.sfwa.org/2010/10/update-on-iron-david-boyer/
http://accrispin.blogspot.com/2011/04/tidbits.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A
http://heartofanimal.blogspot.com/2011/06/new-voices-in-horror-to-catch-thief.html
http://b-thoughtful.blogspot.com/
http://www.thehorrorzine.com/Beware/Boyer/DavidBoyerPlagiarist.html
http://thewriterandthewhitecat.blogspot.com/2010/10/pin-tail-on-this-plagiarist.html
http://cinriter.livejournal.com/194408.html
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2 comments:

It's really unfair and a lie for you to accuse me of knowing about plagiarism involving Dave or anyone. I know nothing of the sort. Just because someone (whom I didn't know) wrote to me accusing Dave of things doesn't mean that it's true and if it is, I have nothing to do with his writing and therefore am not involved. As for aliases, many directors and writers use different names for their film companies. I know one director who has three different names depending on which company he is working for and that doesn't mean he is doing anything illegal. If you have a problem with him, you have no right to make accusations against me. That makes me question your character alot.

Unfortunately, Judy, you were not only notified of the situation, you were also provided with links to the assembled evidence.

As, for aliases, there are those people who use them to provide different personas, but there also plagiarists such as David Boyer who hide behind them when pirating other people’s works. The difference between these two rationale’s is obvious.

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