Gogo Tribe v. Google Corp
Plaintiff Denis Marengo is an immigration detainee at the CCA Houston Processing Center who states that he is being detained for political reasons and is barred from proceeding pro se. Nevertheless, he proceeds in a representative capacity on behalf of the Gogo and Yao tribes of Tanzania and alleges that Google and Yahoo misappropriated their names, respectively, without acknowledgment or compensation. Plaintiff asserts that he has standing to sue on the tribes\' behalf because the mother of his paternal grandfather (a/k/a great-grandmother) was Gogo and the grandmother of his maternal grandmother (a/k/a great-great-grandmother) was Yao.
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 25, 2007
FINAL JUDGMENT. Case terminated on 09/25/07.( Signed by Judge Nancy F. Atlas ) Parties notified.(kmurphy, )
|September 24, 2007
NOTICE to Pro Se Litigant. Party notified, filed. (kosborne, )
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