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Ex-Panama dictator suing Activision over likeness in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Panama NewsBy Wesley Yin-Poole - Earlier this month we had Mean Girls and Freaky Friday star Lindsay Lohan suing Rockstar over allegedly using her likeness in Grand Theft Auto 5. Now, we have an ex-dictator suing Activision over allegedly using his likeness in Call of Duty.

Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega is suing Activision over the use of his likeness in Treyarch's first-person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.

In the game Alex Mason and Frank Woods track Noriega, codenamed False Profit by the CIA, to the outskirts of Panama City. You can see the scene in which they find him in the video, below, taken from the level Suffer With Me.

Now, 80-year-old Noriega, who lives in Panama, is suing Activision for the "blatant misuse, unlawful exploitation and misappropriation for economic gain" of his image in Black Ops 2, which came out in 2012.

In the lawsuit, filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court and reported on by the Courthouse News Service, Noriega's lawyers claim: "In an effort to increase the popularity and revenue generated by Black Ops 2, defendants used, without authorisation or consent, the image and likeness of plaintiff in Black Ops 2.

The real life Manuel Noriega, taken in 1990.

"Defendants' use of plaintiff's image and likeness caused damage to plaintiff. Plaintiff was portrayed as an antagonist and portrayed as the culprit of numerous fictional heinous crimes, creating the false impression that defendants are authorised to use plaintiff's image and likeness. This caused plaintiffs to receive profits they would not have otherwise received."

Noriega said Black Ops 2 portrays him "as a kidnapper, murderer and enemy of the state", before referencing the scene depicted in the video, below.

This is all an attempt to "heighten realism in its video game", Noriega said. "This translates directly into heightened sales for defendants.

"Defendants deliberately and systematically misappropriated plaintiff's likeness to increase revenues and royalties, at the expense of plaintiff and without the consent of plaintiff."

Noriega wants damages for unjust enrichment, unfair business practices and violation of common-law publicity rights, as well as lost profits.

Noriega was military dictator of Panama from 1983 to 1989, but was removed from power after the 1989 invasion by the US. He was tried and sent to prison in April 1992. After his sentence ended in 2007, France was granted its extradition request. Noriega again went to trial and again sent to jail. A conditional release was granted in 2011 for Noriega to be extradited to serve 20 years in Panama.

Black Ops 2's single-player campaign includes two connected storylines, the first of which is set from 1986 to 1989 during the final years of the first Cold War. It chronicles the rise of antagonist Raul Menendez, who fakes his demise with the help of Noriega.

Activision is yet to file its response.

Editor's Comment: Wow. Talk about looking to get paid from prison... Now maybe the family members of the (dead, shot in the face) Osama bin Laden will sue dozens of video game producers, for using his likeness without his permission. Third world tyrants around the globe are - right now - looking for the name and email address of these LA lawyers.

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Martinelli Increased Panama's Public Debt By $6.837 Billion In Five Years

Money MattersPublic debt contracted the government of Ricardo Martinelli exceeded all expectations of local and international analysts. (more)

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(Dumb) Idea To Allow Sitting Deputies To Practice Law Creates Controversy

Law & LawyersThe ceremonial resolution (passed in the National Assembly) granting license, to allow sitting Deputies who are lawyers to also (simultaneously) practice law, violates the Constitution and the rules of ethics and morality, according to experts. (more)

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Panameñista Politicians File Public Statements of Personal Assets (As Required By Law)

CorruptionThe President of the National Assembly, Adolfo Valderrama; Panama City Mayor Jose Blandon and the president of the republic, Juan Carlos Varela, presented statements of their assets yesterday. (more)

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Varela "Isn't Comfortable" With The Comptroller of the Republic

PoliticsPresident Juan Carlos Varela said Tuesday he does not feel comfortable with the work of the Comptroller, Gioconda de Bianchini, who will be in charge of the General Cotraloría of the Republic until 31 December. (more)

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Big Fire Consumes del Rey Supermarket Warehouses

Safety & SecurityYesterday a large fire completely consumed two warehouses of the del Rey Group, containing dry food and an area of ​​cold rooms in La Locería. (more)

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Varela Wants To Cancel Pardons Granted By Martinelli

Law & LawyersAlthough lawyers argue there are rules that empower President Juan Carlos Varela to repeal the pardons granted by Ricardo Martinelli at the end of his term in office, the president said yesterday the legal team of the Presidency still evaluating it. (more)

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New AMPYME Minister Finds "Irregularities"

CorruptionThe Minister of the Micro, Small, and Medium Business Authority (AMPYME), Ada Romero, denounced that they have found a series of irregularities in this authority which they have just taken over as part of the new government, and that by Friday she will have submitted an official complaint to the Public Ministry, for them to start and investigation. (more)

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Higher Real Estate Costs Makes Living In Panama City Unattainable For Most Panamanians

Real EstateThe development of Panama City in recent years has converted the city into a place so exclusive that 84% of the working population of the country has no chance of living in this area, where there are apartments costing more than one million dollars. (more)

Editor's Comment: Contains lots of good information regarding current wages in Panama City, real estate prices, etc...

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Reduction in Panama Canal Revenues Expected

Canal ExpansionThe Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) anticipates contributions from the Panama Canal between 2015 and 2019 will be approximately $2.775 billion less than previously forecast, due to the global economic crisis and the delay in the construction of the new locks. (more)

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Expat Stig Pedersen Dies From Injuries Received During Assault In Bocas del Toro

Expat Tales By Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com - Stig Pedersen, a member of the community of English speaking expatriates living in the Republic of Panama of US and Danish descent, died last night as a result of the injuries he received during a brutal assault and robbery.

On June 21, six armed, masked men assaulted and abducted 73 year old Stig Pedersen at his home located in Tierra Oscura, in Bocas del Toro, in the Republic of Panama.

This morning I received the following from one of Stig's friends;

  • I hope you are well.

  • We are all shocked to learn this morning that Stig died last night.

  • You may not have heard that 2 weeks ago 6 armed men arrived at his house ransacked the house and assaulted Stig savagely.

  • The perps stole Stigs Panga and kidnapped Meribel and the unconscious Stig and drove away with Stigs Panga loaded with the loot stolen from his house.

  • Stig was found about 2 hours later at Pittie Creek in his boat and saturated with petrol. Meribel had jumped from the speeding boat fearing for her life and swam ashore.

  • He was taken by the police to hospital in Almirante, later transferred to Changuinola and later still David.

  • He was in intensive care then an operation we think to ease pressure caused by bleeding on his brain.

  • He seemed to be recovering and was allowed home in a wheelchair 2 days ago. He was speaking but was unable to walk due to paralysis down one side of his body.

  • Last night apparently he suffered some breathing difficulties and then died.

  • We are all very sad and appalled by this and I in particular would like to do anything I can to put pressure on the police and prosecutors to make sure this is properly investigated and that criminals get punished.

  • Any advice you can offer or pressure you can exert would be appreciated.

Related Article: Gringo (US/Denmark Expat) Assaulted In Bocas del Toro - Needs Blood Donations

Editor's Comment: I would return to the neighbor who Stig said "wants him dead" as a starting point. My condolences to his friends and family.

Copyright 2014 Panama-Guide.com.

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ANIP Hunting Down Martinelli's Friends For Tax Payments

Money MattersPanama's National Revenue Authority (ANIP) is investigating several companies with commercial ties to Gabriel Btesh and Ricardo Francolini, according to a source within the institution. (more)

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Government Employees in Panama Won't Be Able To Be A Member Of A Political Party

Employment & JobsPublic officials (government employees) in Panama won't be able to be a member of any political party, if the National Assembly passes a proposed amendment to Law 9 of 20 June 1994, which establishes and regulates Civil Service. (more)

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Panama Normalizes Diplomatic Relations With Venezuela

Panama NewsPanama's Minister of Foreign Affairs Isabel Saint Malo announced through a press release yesterday, that diplomatic relations with Venezuela have returned to normal. (more)

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List Of New Panamanian Members to Central American Parliament Revealed

Panama NewsThe ruling Panameñista party obtained the most Deputies to the Central American Parliament (PARLACEN) following the recent national elections in Panama. (more)

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SENAN Arrested Three Colombians In A Ship With A False Bottom

Drug TraffickingThe National Naval Air Service arrested three Colombians on board a boat with an empty double bottom, presumably being used to transport illicit substances. (more)

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Police Officers Discover Someone Keeping An Ocelot As A Pet in Tocumen

Animals & PetsOn Friday morning the National Police announced the discovery of an ocelot in a vehicle at the entrance to the neighborhood of Nuevo Tocumen, on Thursday. (more)

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50 Year Old Brazilian Woman Found Dead In Her Panama City Apartment

Crime & PunishmentGraciela Lima, a Brazilian national, was found dead inside her apartment on Calle 50. (more)

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4.4 Earthquake This Morning Near Mulatupo Sasardi, Panama

EarthquakesBy Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com - An earthquake measuring 4.4 of the Richter scale struck 14km (9mi) WSW of Mulatupo Sasardi, Panama this morning. (more)

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Only 66% Of Stores Complying With New Food Price Control Measures in Panama (ACODECO)

Food & DrinkAccording to the administrator of the Authority for Consumer Protection and Defense of Competition (ACODECO) Pedro Meilan, only 66% of the businesses in the country are complying with the Executive Order implemented price controls on 22 basic food products. (more)

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Campos de Pesé (Company) Charged In Water Pollution Case

Environmental IssuesThe Judge in the province of Herrera, Julisa Saturno, accepted yesterday the charges filed against the executives of the company Campos de Pesé for environmental crimes, and for crimes related to land use and public health, in the case of a chemical spill causing pollution in the La Villa river. (more)

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Well Known American Expat Clyde Jenkins Died in Colombia Yesterday at 78 Years of Age

Expat Tales By Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com - With great sorrow and a heavy heart I report the death of my good friend Clyde Jenkins, who passed away yesterday at a hospital in Colombia. A friend of his posted the following on the Colombia Expats yahoo email group;

  • Clyde passed away about an hour ago. He had been in a coma since early Sunday morning. He was sedated and did not suffer. In the last 24 hours his status turned critical as his kidneys had failed and he developed a bad infection.

  • Gina is making funeral arrangements. Since Clyde was a relapsed Catholic, she is arranging a mass for him. As he wished, his body will be cremated and the ashes scattered.

  • I will verify that a death certificate has been prepared and issued and will also make certain that the US Embassy in Bogota is notified. When I inquired Tuesday, I was told they will need the death certificate before the death can be formally processed.

  • Those of us who knew him and visited him when he was in Santuario know that his life was simple but comfortable. He had homemade furniture, some appliances and clothes. There are two very dated hand held GPS units, a Dell laptop and a larger display. Aside from these, the whole bunch would probably bring only a few hundred thousand pesos if sold. He told me last week that he wanted these few things to go to Gina, and the laptop to his Young student friend Jhonny. He was so grateful for their care during his decline over the last weeks. As long as I knew him, he never had a TV.

  • I will remember this remarkable man fondly. He was highly intelligent. He kept his mind active playing games such as Free Cell, but would add complicated rules, play the games backward and so forth. He devoured the news daily by internet. During our friendship which lasted over 5 years, I visited him often, at times along with my brother Dwight. Clyde liked to recount his childhood in Washington and his later life in San Diego. He wrote some beautiful little vignettes about his life and his loves. He had once been quite wealthy, but lived his simple life very happily. He never complained about not having enough, and was blissfully happy in his precious Santuario. He was an accomplished chef. Whenever I would visit, I would bring lots of goodies for him - cheeses, salamis and other stuff he could not find in Santuario or Pereira. He always got a bottle of Gran Marnier from me. He had remarkable recall. Even in his last days, when he became quite fuzzy and would worry about dementia, I would prop him up by pointing out how well he remembered events, people and places. He told me that perhaps the only regret he might feel in his last minutes would be that he did not live to see Orke O brought to justice in Panama.

  • God Bless you friend. Rest in Peace and surely near your beloved Pacific ocean.

  • Your friend Tommy

I first met Clyde about ten years ago at an even organized for expats in Panama. We quickly became friends, and we were close while he lived here. I would pick him up from his small little one-room apartment in Casco and we would go do whatever together.

Clyde was a constant presence on most of the Panama related Yahoo email groups. I asked him to help me moderate the Americans in Panama Yahoo group, and he volunteered to help me clean out the moderated messages and keep the (mentally ill) trolls at bay. He was happy, friendly, and more than willing to give of his time and experience to help the members of the growing community of English speaking expatriates, both in Panama and in Colombia.

Bye, Clyde. Thanks for everything. Rest in Peace, Marine...

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Emergency Price Controls Take Effect Today

Money MattersThe executive degree signed on Monday freezing prices on 22 basic food products takes effect across the country. (more)

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Hearing Will Be Held To File Charges In La Villa River Contamination Case

Environmental IssuesThis Thursday a hearing will be held, under the principles of the adversarial criminal system, the first formal hearing on the complaint of charges for alleged crimes against public health due to contamination of the La Villa river with atrazine. (more)

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President Varela Repealed Executive Order Providing Protection To Government Employees

Employment & JobsGovernment officials will not be entitled to benefits if they are fired from their public jobs for any cause, now that President Juan Carlos Varela has repealed the Executive Order signed by former president Ricardo Martinelli, which established protection for public employees. (more)

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"We've Only Been In Office For A Week" - Minister Henriquez Responding To Wild Bill Emails

Expat TalesThe messages posted by William Dathan Holbert, commonly known as "Wild Bill", to his social networking account and sent via email to the Editor of the La Estrella newspaper, have reopened doubts regarding security in Panama's prisons. (more)

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Mendez to Blandon: "The People Want To See How You Keep Your Promises, Not A Witch Hunt"

Corruption"I do not understand, because now they have uncovered something I have already explained," said the former Mayor of Panama City Roxana Mendez, in response to questions raised by the new Mayor Jose Isabel Blandon. (more)

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President Varela Expands Pardon Decision

PoliticsAlthough the president of the republic, Juan Carlos Varela, said his Executive Cabinet would make a decision yesterday on the future of the pardons granted by the former president Ricardo Martinelli, the issue was ignored on the agenda the chief executive and his ministers. (more)

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Sunwing Airlines Introduces New Direct Flights to Playa Blanca Airport (RIH) in Panama

Travel & TourismWith effect from August 1, 2014, Sunwing Airlines will be offering year-round direct flights from Toronto to the Playa Blanca Airport (also known as Scarlett Martinez International Airport) in Panama. This winter, Sunwing will also introduce flights to Playa Blanca Airport from several Quebec gateways in 2014, including Montreal starting in November, Quebec City starting in December, and Bagotville starting February 2015.

“The Playa Blanca region is a popular destination with Sunwing travellers and these direct flights will dramatically improve our passengers’ vacation experience,” says Andrew Dawson, COO of Sunwing Travel Group. He continues to say, “There will be no more two-hour transfers from the previously used busy hub airport in Panama City. Now the majority of the resorts will be within a ten minute drive of this brand-new airport, a game changer when making holiday destination choices for our passengers.”

Sunwing Vacations is the only Canadian company to have confirmed flights to the Playa Blanca Airport and to celebrate, Sunwing landed its first flight on April 4, 2014 as part of the Playa Blanca Airport Opening Ceremony.

Sunwing Vacations offers several great resort choices in Panama and direct flights with quick transfers, making Panama a convenient vacation destination in Central America. We will be offering flights from Quebec City and Bagotville for the high season for the first time this upcoming year.

The new flights from Toronto to Playa Blanca Airport will operate weekly starting on August 1, 2014, while Montreal flights will begin November 14, 2014. A one-week vacation package to Sheraton Bijao Beach Resort, a Sunwing Smile™ resort featuring many family-friendly perks, starts from just: $595 + $345 taxes per person, based on double occupancy departing from Toronto on September, 5, 2014 thru October, 17, 2015. From Montreal, prices start at: $1295 taxes included, weekly departures starting on November 14, 2014 thru December, 12, 2014 for double occupancy. From Quebec, prices start at: $1295 taxes included, weekly departures starting on December 12, 2014 based on double occupancy. From Bagotville, prices start at: $1395 taxes included, departures on April, 3 and April 24, 2015 for double occupancy. Sunwing will also operate additional flights during the winter season from December 2014 until April 2015.

Sunwing Airlines has been offering affordable flights since 2005. Operating convenient direct flights from almost 40 cities in North America, to over 30 vacation destinations, savvy travellers choose Sunwing because of the airline’s unbeatable prices, reliability, and award winning service. Sunwing’s modern fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircrafts have helped the airline achieve an outstanding performance record for on-time departures, as well as increased fuel efficiency, contributing to the carrier’s low fares.

All Sunwing Vacations include award-winning Sunwing Airlines’ Champagne Service, which features a complimentary glass of champagne, hot towel service, Hot & Fresh Bistro meals served with a choice of wine at lunch and dinner, and complimentary in-flight entertainment, including first-run movies and a generous 20 kg free baggage allowance. For just $40 more per flight segment, travellers can upgrade to Sunwing’s Elite Plus Service™, which features advance seat selection, separate check-in at a majority of airports, advance boarding, 30 kg baggage allowance, priority baggage handling, and extra legroom seats. (Press Release)

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First Quantum Minerals Reports Resumption of Construction Activity at Cobre Panama Project

Gold & MiningFirst Quantum Minerals Ltd. today reported that construction activity at its Cobre Panama copper project has resumed.

Following discussions with union officials, the site was re-opened on Saturday July 5, 2014 and site activities are ramping up under the new roster of 21 days of work with seven days off. (Press Release)

Editor's Comment: Good. This is the massive copper project that's going to cost more than $6 billion dollars to build. Lots of foreign direct deposit money pouring into the Panamanian economy.

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