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He owns Anderson Heating,’’ he said.“It is a clear case of criminality and a setback to efforts towards peace and stability to the region We therefore call on the relevant security agencies to bring to justice the perpetrators of this heinous crime to serve as deterrent to others” he said Omare called on the relevant security agencies to go after the perpetrators and bring them to justice just as he charged men of the Nigerian Army operating in the area to be professional in the discharge of their duties and operationsOmare assured security agencies of the IYC’s readiness to work with them in bringing lasting peace and security to the Niger Delta Omare urged the military not to victimize innocent residents of Ogbogbagbene Tuomo Bomadi and other communities on account of the incident “However we call on the military to display the utmost professionalism in their quest to get the perpetrators of this crimeThe court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection It said rejecting disparaging trademarks violates the First Amendment clearing the way for an Asian American rock group called the Slants to trademark its name – and for the Washington Redskins’ maligned moniker to stay protected as wellSteve Maynard an Alexandria Virginia attorney and Curtis Bordenave of Columbus Mississippi filed to trademark a variation of the n-word the same day the court decision came downBordenave sought use of the term in "retail store services featuring clothing books music and general merchandise" among other uses according to one of his trademark applicationsHis goal: To prevent racist groups from making money from the word"If an individual organization tries to use it to gain finances for their organization that is not something we think is right we’re going to protect our mark" he saidBordenave 47 said he was inspired to "censor" the n-word because of his experiences as a black man living in the South particularly when a police officer in New Orleans used the slur during a traffic stop nearly two decades ago"I was so humiliated embarrassed" he said "For him to talk to me in that way in front of my children was a real big problem"Maynard who also filed to trademark the Nazi swastika said he wanted to quash hate by getting the rights to it"We hope to flood the market with T-shirts and clothing and end up opening up a discussion" said Maynard who described himself as "having a light skin tone" but was reluctant to disclose his skin color because of threats he said he has received related to his trademark applicationGene Quinn founder of the intellectual property blog IP Watchdog said trademarking epithets to limit their use was a "laudable purpose" but difficult to achieveTo be maintained trademarks must be used in interstate commerce he said and are awarded in different classes such as clothing food or video games Anyone trying to erase these words from the marketplace would simultaneously need to put them into the marketplace"I doubt they’re going to want to use the n-word in commerce themselves" he said "If they’re going down this path they’re going to be in real trouble" A spokesman for the US Patent and Trademark Office said the office does not comment on trademark applications Applications for trademarks flagged under a "scandalousness provision" can still be denied the spokesman saidBordenave said he has filed many trademarks for phrases and logos that might prove profitable – radio frequencies for example and the phrase "New Orleans Tricentennial" (The city will celebrate its 300th birthday next year)His idea: Build a brand around the n-word by including it discreetly – in T-shirt collar tags or fine print on water bottles for example – on products emblazoned with larger positive messages like "UNITY" He said consumers would learn that by buying such products they were keeping the epithet out of more visible circulation"We can change the meaning of it you know in any way we choose" Bordenave saidMaynard – of Snowflake Enterprises named for a common insult of "someone with thin skin" he said – planned to co-opt the swastika by including it on baby products Such "social satire" he said could change its meaning and restrict its usage among hate groups"One of the hopes is that people look at the swastika flag in 10 years and think: Baby wipes" he saidBefore the Supreme Court decision in the Slants case there was precedent for a hateful word without trademark protection falling into the wrong handsHeeb which calls itself a "Jewish culture magazine" was founded in 2001 Though the satirical publication was able to secure a trademark its founders were denied one for Heeb-branded clothing because the term was deemed "scandalous and immoral" by the trademark office according to Heeb co-founder Joshua NeumanThen the story took a turn: About 10 years ago a neo-Nazi group obtained some Heeb readers’ emails and invited them to a faux "Heeb" event not associated with the magazine But without a trademark on the term the magazine could not do anything about it"We should have been allowed to use the word ‘heeb’ because we would have used it better" Neuman saidSimon Tam the bassist of the Slants said the ability to trademark words some consider hateful is important even if racists can trademark them Trademark applications after all are public information"It’s a lot better to deal with a known enemy than to have someone leave anonymous notes at my door" he saidAt the trademark office the battle for ownership of the n-word is not new More than a decade ago comedian Damon Wayans became perhaps the most famous person to fail to trademark the slur in his case for a clothing line and retail storeBut since the Slants decision at least three other people besides Bordenave and Maynard have filed for phrases that include the n-wordMarlon Andrews using a Washington DC address filed to trademark a variation of the word the day the Slants decision came down Another man 25-year-old Ian Scott of New York filed to trademark a phrase containing the word last week but said he was unaware of the decision in the Slants caseScott who said he graduated from Virginia State University and works in corporate retail said the phrase was a reminder that members of minority groups still face racism when they succeed"Racism still exists even though we came a long long way" he said "That’s all it is I’m not trying to offend nobody"Mike Lin an Asian American entrepreneur from California who’s called himself the "Banksy of trademarks" filed his application because he thought he would "just go for one of the most incendiary words" he saidBordenave said he likes his chances of getting the trademark He questioned whether anyone who is not African American could have a legitimate claim to the word"I don’t think it’s affected him like it’s affected me" Bordenave said of Maynard "I don’t think he’s been called this word"10 pm (Semi-final), later on into the chat.000 to hook it up to existing utility 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