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James F. Komurek

Wrong James F. Komurek?

President and Owner

Jkg, Inc.
3972 Barranca Pkwy Ste J
Irvine, California 92606
United States

 
Background

Employment History

  • Owner
    Jaded
Web References
AVN Media Network
www.avnmedianetwork.com, 9 June 2008 [cached]
In a surprise development, James F. Komurek, president and owner of JKG, Inc. and Jaded Video, testified this afternoon that it was his company, Jaded Video, that had sent the five allegedly obscene DVDs which Max Hardcore has been charged with mailing to Tampa.
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In any case, the judge's schedule did bring James Komurek to the stand that much more quickly, and his testimony appeared to completely exonerate Hardcore from all charges connected with the five DVDs.
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Interestingly, under questioning from Aaronson, Komurek admitted that his company still sells the charged DVDs and, incredibly, would still sell them to a customer in Tampa if they were ordered today - at least until the current trial established whether the DVDs did or did not offend the community standards of the Middle District of Florida, where the trial was taking place.
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Judge Bucklew allowed the testimony, and denied Benjamin's motion for a mistrial on that basis, but it hardly refuted Komurek's earlier admissions.
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McAndrew conveniently ignored the fact that Jaded's owner, James Komurek, had testified that Jaded had purchased the Max Hardcore videos outright from Max World Entertainment for resale, that that Hardcore/Little had had no control over what Jaded did with the videos after the sale.
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James Komurek, president and owner of JKG, Inc. and Jaded Video, an online retailer, had testified under grant of immunity that his company had done the mailing, and that neither Little nor MWE had had anything to do with choosing either the destination or the method of delivery.
TAMPA , In a surprise development, ...
www.avn.com, 30 May 2008 [cached]
TAMPA , In a surprise development, James F. Komurek, president and owner of JKG, Inc. and Jaded Video, testified this afternoon that it was his company, Jaded Video, that had sent the five allegedly obscene DVDs which Max Hardcore has been charged with mailing to Tampa.
...
In any case, the judge's schedule did bring James Komurek to the stand that much more quickly, and his testimony appeared to completely exonerate Hardcore from all charges connected with the five DVDs.Interestingly, under questioning from Aaronson, Komurek admitted that his company still sells the charged DVDs and, incredibly, would still sell them to a customer in Tampa if they were ordered today , at least until the current trial established whether the DVDs did or did not offend the community standards of the Middle District of Florida, where the trial was taking place.
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Judge Bucklew allowed the testimony, and denied Benjamin's motion for a mistrial on that basis, but it hardly refuted Komurek's earlier admissions.
So the fact that the evidence ...
www.avn.com, 31 Oct 2008 [cached]
So the fact that the evidence clearly showed that Little had absolutely nothing to do with the mailing of his movies to Tampa - those actions were performed by distributor Jaded Video, and its owner testified unequivocally and without contradiction to that in open court - meant nothing to the nine jurors; they were going to find him guilty anyway - and even planned, apparently during deliberations, to write a book about it, since that's what they told a Tampa Tribune reporter immediately after the trial ended. (Jaded's owner, James Komurek, was granted immunity from prosecution for his testimony.)
James Komurek, president and ...
www.avn.com, 6 June 2008 [cached]
James Komurek, president and owner of JKG, Inc. and Jaded Video, an online retailer, had testified under grant of immunity that his company had done the mailing, and that neither Little nor MWE had had anything to do with choosing either the destination or the method of delivery.
McAndrew conveniently ignored the fact ...
www.avn.com, 5 June 2008 [cached]
McAndrew conveniently ignored the fact that Jaded's owner, James Komurek, had testified that Jaded had purchased the Max Hardcore videos outright from Max World Entertainment for resale, that that Hardcore/Little had had no control over what Jaded did with the videos after the sale.
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