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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Copyright Claims by Corinne Roberts Rejected












Corrinne Roberts, a representative and employee of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., a/k/a/ The Northwest Accreditation Commission, filed a confidential complaint alleging that the logo of the Northwest Accreditation Commission, a/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., was some how either protected by federal laws, or suitable for copyright protection.

In or about February of 2010, a criminal fraud complaint was lodged against David Steadman, and Norene Rice, of Northwest Associaton of Accredited Schools, Inc., with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, and other anonymous employees of this organization. The fraud complaint arose as a direct result of false, untrue, and deceitful statements used by David Steadman and his employees in their ultimately failed attempt to obtain legal rights to use the NAAS logo in commerice. Ultimately, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office with the allegations and denied the trademark application of Northwest Associaton of Accredited Schools, Inc.

Despite these obvious and egregious acts of fraud/accreditation schemes, and rulings by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, the State of Idaho has endorsed, promoted, and even duplicated the same fraudulent business model of Northwest Associaton of Accredited Schools, Inc.. Even the flagship unversity of the state, Boise State University, was as an early participant in this series of NAAS Accreditation schemes, and trademark infringement practices until it decided to obey a CEASE-AND-DESIST letter.

Consumers need to understand that the current logo, posted above, was adopted by Northwest Associaton of Accredited Schools, Inc. only after a scheme to hijack the NAAS logo failed. The current proposed logo is supposed to take the place of the discredited logo formerly associated with The Northwest Accreditation Commission, a/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc.

There is no trademark registration for the acronym NWAC, and neither is the logo protected in the U.S.A. There is a possibility, however, the Soviet Russia, or China, or other military enemies of the U.S.A. are willing to use this label to entice or lure their agents into the U.S.A. under the guise of accreditation.

In summary, NAAS DEIA Agents filed responsive legal papers and defeated the latest bogus claims of this irresponsible organization. The current logo associated with Northwest Accreditation Commission is essentially worthless, and there is no record on file with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office that it merits protection.

Thank you for reading this article.
God Bless everyone.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Russian Hackers Attack NAAS-NEWS.INFO

The most despicable country on earth, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (a/k/a/ U.S.S.R) assaulted the NAAS-NEWS.INFO websites, and specifically targeted all pages discussing its ally Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. Many of you may know that Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. changed its name to The Northwest Accreditation Commission in or about August of 2010.

The name change was abrupt, and without much announcement or reason. Many schools and programs throughout the United State, particularly Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Montana, Washington, Nevada, and Alaska have relied upon the so-called accreditation services of a single organization, Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc, a/k/a/ The Northwest Accreditation Commission, to provide these schools a measure of credibility.

The measure of credibility was the illecit use, rape, and molestation of the NAAS label. In on these gang rape was perverse-looking Tom Luna, a GOP candidate in Idaho, his cougar wife, and the President of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc,, David Steadman.

Initially, Boise State University was also in on the scheme. In fact, the athletic success of the current Boise State University team is directly tied to athletes recruited under the NAAS label.

Other significant players in the accreditation scheme have included the Association of Washington School Principals, and the state education departments of Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Montana, Washington, Nevada, and Alaska. The U.S. Attorney General of Idaho was made aware of the illicit use of the NAAS label by the Idaho State Department of Education, and, as expected, he did nothing because he is a puppet of David Steadman. Legal papers assert he has "betrayed the seal of the United States..." Northwest did not deny the allegation.

Although many Americans are unaware, Arabs, and Russians are responsible for many of the diploma schemes operating in the U.S.A. The method is simple, but the mechanics are sophisticated.

Russia is a dirty country. Russians are dirty people, generally, and figuratively. Electronic evidence has tied Russian and Idaho servers to hacking the NAAS-NEWS.INFO websites, and related websites investigating the true relationship between employees of the Idaho State Department of Education, Northwest Accreditation Commission, and Russian operatives.

A legal default notice was served against Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc, a/k/a/ The Northwest Accreditation Commission, because neither the organization or its corrupt member schools have any answers for the truth.

Sincere

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Legal Default Exposes Accreditation Fraud


On September 1st of 2010, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office issued a Notice of Default to Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. Per Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 55(a), the default is evidence of and a legal admission of NAAS-NEWS Media Reports that the allegations against Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. are true, and that the relationship between the Idaho State Dept. of Education, The Association of Washington School Principals, The American Academy, LLC, and the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. (a/k/a The Northwest Accreditation Commission) and all members and persons associated with Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc is a relationship based upon accreditation fraud, diploma mills, and deceit.

Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. did not defend or answer the serious allegations because it knew the allegations and suspicions posted on NAAS-NEWS website were factually and legaly true.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Boise State Broncos Face NAAS Agents


Boise State University football team, and university are targets of possible NAAS trademark infringement federal law suit.

NAAS Agents are preparing federal lawsuit against Boise State University and its football team, as well as other students who have infringed upon, stolen, and used the reputation of the NAAS label to recruit Boise students.

The corruption of the State of Idaho, and its refusal to enforce its own laws against Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, prompts NAAS agents to turn attention towards Boise State cheaters.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Update: Northwest Association of Accredited Schools


In January of 2010, several organizations tied to Northwest Association of Accredited Schools were forcefully stripped of their illegal and illegitimate use of the NAAS label. These organizations included The American Academy LLC, the Oregon chapter of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools; the Alaska chapter of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, The Association of Washington School Principals, Maple Lake Academy from Payson, UT, and several phony and illegal 'NAAS' accredited schools, as well as an illegal Facebook account that was set up by Northwest Association of Accredited Schools

U.S. Trademark Office Rejects Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc.


In March of 2010, the United States Patent & Trademark Office re-affirmed the supreme rights of National Academy of American Scholars, and issued a FINAL REJECTION the efforts of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., and the Idaho State Dept. of Education to register the 'NAAS' trademark. David Steadman, Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, their collective members, and their California-based attorney were a humiliating defeat that they could have avoided if they had just respected American federal laws, traditional business ethics, and were more patriotic.

Northwest Accreditation Commission



Northwest Accreditation Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., is responsible for the national epidemic of illeigititmate accreditation services being sold and marketed under the NAAS label.

Recently, Northwest Accreditation Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc forfeited its claim to use the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. name. Therefore, the organization changed its name to Northwest Accreditation Commission.

We assure scholars, institutions, and others that the mere change in names will not deter or intefere with legal plans to pursue justice against illegitimate 'NAAS' Accreditation schemes, and the blatant rape of the NAAS label by universities, colleges, and member organizations tied to Northwest Accreditation Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc.

Students attending phony or illegitimate 'NAAS' accredited schools or any school or program associated with Northwest Accreditation Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. will face legal risks.