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If there was a civil complaint against musicians, and SOME of the statutes reached accrual, yet the record label makes profit , w/ a corrupt organization - similar to child pornography, wherein a video from 1970 that expired even though those don't, each act is a new crime essentially, as an idea, but I was willing to file with the full knowledge that it would likely return dismissed with certain s.o.l. issues. on a civil cover form, does the defendant become ___________ (the record label name), and not include their address in the top section, or does the record name include an address? Or does something else go in place, ie business owner's name? but either way, please note whether an address goes in the top parts of civil cover form, which I doubt. Are any of the following US code violations civil? (Like torture doesn't have relief) conspiracy to kidnap, tampering w/ witness, retaliating against witness, video voyeurism, torture, conspiracy against rights, dep of rights under color of law, hate crimes, attempted murder (assuming a certain heady argument I don't care bout), conspiracy to murder, solicitation to commit violence, forced labor, false light (but not such a strong one, nor 'false'), defamation if it was found I was famous,. Also, of the following civil ones, what are their codes, since I could not find them in USC: intentional infliction of emotional distress, telling someone to kill themselves, stalking assuming color of law, false reporting (which might go back to criminal, and assumes that police investigated false accusations to no avail), defamation, false light. Also, if the demand isn't an amount of money, can it be filed with some word that indicates discussion or something?
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