​is a grass-roots movement for copyright Justice!   Our aim is to shine the light on ​"mis-appropriated copyrights" for  professional musicians, songwriters, artists and the heirs of those that have passed away. is the mechanism for musicians, songwriters and artists of the past, the present, and the future to finally have their voices heard!

Our 2 Requests are:

1- The ability to easily Reclaim our property which has been "mis-appropriated".

​2-  The initiation of a Whistle-blower investigation into what we believe is an "ongoing, systematic fraud on the US Copyright Office by record executives and their lawyers and accountants." 
We again ask those we have repeatedly requested help from to do their job and investigate this potentially multi-billion dollar fraud against musicians and their families, including:
* U.S. Dept. of Justice Criminal Division (Tracking #
* Inspector General - Library of Congress
* United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva Switzerland (where the Peterer Deposition was taken)
* California Attorney General Kamala Harris
* US Congress - multiple committees
* President Barack Obama

Since before 2013, George Clinton and others have been begging for copyright Justice!,...and now is the time we help them.  

Please watch these short videos and view our Facebook page for a concise summary of our fight for Justice!, then contact us.... because with your help,  

​YOU TUBE VIDEOS here..... 

Suggested Actions:
1- View at least 1 of the videos 
2- Read the Peterer deposition
​3- Meet-n-Greet George Clinton

4- Like our Facebook page
5- Contact us 

Thank you, 
​Phil Cenedella

Mission Statement

Flashlight 2013

​"I (George Clinton) want to be known as the man who brought to the attention of America the copyright  issues.  That’s what I would like my legacy to be, to have turned people on to the fact that they need to fight for  their rights to their music. You have to fight a lot of people for your music. You have to fight the copyright  companies, like BMI. You have to fight these record companies because they really want to take it all.  Right now,  it’s time for people to start getting their music back. From about 1978 to 2013, the first thirty-five years, is the  timeframe from which you’re allowed to get your music back.   In 2013, this will be the first time a lot of people are  going to get their music back and I'm going to help them!

WE WILL WIN!"  - "woof" Oct. 15, 2012