Federal Judiciary

Announcement of the Youtube contest for better recitation of apparently Shakespeare's Sonnet 66a

Following the recent discovery of apparently Shakespeare's, previously-unknown Sonnet 66a dedicated entirely to grotesqueness of the federal "judicial process" the Coalition Against Judicial Fraud is announcing the youtube contest for its best recitation, with following prizes to be awarded:

One First Prize in the amount of $500
Two Second Prizes of $200 each and
Three Third prizes of $100 each.

Conditions of the contest are as follows:

  1. The entry into the contest is free of charge.
  2. Participants should upload their entry on youtube using the title "Contest for recitation of apparently Shakespeare's Sonnet 66a" for easy identification
  3. The format of the performance (possible musical accompaniment, costumes, etc) as well as their own additional comments on the matters of judicial process, if any, is entirely up to the contestants
  4. Entries will be judged based on the comments of youtube users, as well as on the Coalition's (admittedly subjective) artistic preferences.
  5. Only one entry per contestant is allowed.
  6. Winners will be determined by December 31, 2015, and contacted via their youtube channel
  7. Awards will be sent by paypal, from the Coalition founder's personal account
  8. Contestants retain full property rights to their performance (such as revenues from advertizing, etc)