U.S. District Court Jester Kenny Schachter, Defendant Pro Se

Kenny wrote an inappropriate letter to the Judge stating his intention to proceed as defendant pro se in the copyright lawsuit filed against him. District Court Jester Kenny Schachter has the constitutional right to defend himself. However, United States District Court does not operate on the same fraudulent level that Kenny does.

If defendant Schachter wants to make the big mistake of defending himself and having a fool for a client, then he must comply with the Civil Standing Order of Judge Sunshine S. Skyes. LegalNoodle has just invested $2.10 on Pacer for this original content so that defendant Schachter can begin his legal education and this blog will publish fresh content.

08/17/202244 CIVIL STANDING ORDER by Judge Sunshine Suzanne Sykes. (iva) (Entered: 08/17/2022)
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A Clerk’s Default has already been entered against Schachter

Defendant Schachter is running out of time to properly respond to this most serious matter. Because Schachter failed to respond to McGucken’s complaint in a timely manner, a Clerk’s Entry of Default has been entered against Kenny. This is not yet a default judgement. The judgment will be filed any day now and will contain the statutory damages in the amount of $120,000 that McGucken is seeking.

Kenny needs a real graphic arts education

In his ridiculous and inappropriate letter of August 6, 2022 to Judge Sykes, Kenny states that his work of art is a photographic ‘collage’. The photo is not a collage it is a composite. A collage is a piece of art made by sticking various different materials such as photographs and pieces of paper or fabric on to a backing.

The photo that is the subject of this litigation is a composite image of Kenny Schachter’s Selfie Man layered on top of Elliot McGucken’s sunset at the pier photograph. If he is going to represent himself in a court of law, Kenny will also need to start becoming an authentic art critic instead of the fraud that everyone knows that he is.

A paralegal could have easily made this case go away

This is a case that a newbie could have easily confronted head on. Any prison lawyer would have known exactly what do do. But that requires real achievement instead of faked appearances.

COLLAGE OR IMAGE? Technically, this is a composite digital image and not a collage. A collage is a piece of art made by sticking various different materials such as photographs, newsprint and pieces of paper or fabric on to a backing.
Kenny Schachter lives in a world of appearance substituting for achievement

It does not seem that New York Art Dealer Kenny Schachter has the intellectual or academic ability to sit down in the law library and learn how to properly defend himself in his lawsuit. Kenny doesn’t have the balls required to be a defendant pro se.


Even though this blog provided Kenny with a sample motion, he still sent his letter which the court promptly rejected. Kenny’s letter is a fraud upon the court that intentionally misrepresents LegalNoodle’s Elliot McGucken blogs. U.S. District Court Jester Schachter will probably get himself in big trouble by foolishly attempting to defend himself in his copyright infringement lawsuit.

The Emperor’s New Clothes: CONTENT IS KING

The good news is that between his two federal cases and all of the hilarious photographs he continues to post, District Court Jester Schachter will be providing fresh legal content and plenty of it for the foreseeable future.

Kenny’s Curation of Los Angeles Art Galleries

First on curator Kenny Schachter’s list was the Broad. Excellent choice. My last visit there was a few months ago. Kenny gave me two new museums to visit here in my home town. The David Kordansky Gallery is near my domicile.

david kordansky gallery
David Kordansky Gallery, exterior view, corner of La Brea Avenue and Edgewood Place.
Photo: Fredrik Nilsen, courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles.
Exterior of Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles. Photo: courtesy of Hauser & Wirth.

By Dean McAdams

Born a poor peckerwood in a Tujunga holler, Dean overeducated himself beyond his social station to end up a retired paralegal in the coastal paradise of West L.A.