Tyler Glockner of Secureteam10 comes clean in an exclusive video message for his fans and the fans of Lions Ground. We break the news.
Lions Ground has decided to give Secureteam10 a chance and withdraw the copyright claims after Tyler Glockner has agreed to certain terms in favor of ufology, YouTube, and the UFO channel Secureteam10. It has also been clearly communicated with the owner of the UFO channel that Lions Ground has no interest in money.
Glockner contacted Lions Ground after facing a legal conflict. On February 6, 2020, Lions Ground became the owner of the “Alien Disc Artwork” through a copyright transfer agreement, a legal document in which the creator transfers his exclusive copyright to another person.
The real reason behind this madness is more surprising.
Secureteam10 needed a kick in the butt. In recent months, Glockner’s YouTube channel deteriorated. This is evident in the upload repetition that went from daily to once a month or later. His fans became very irritated.
Lions Ground has learned that Glockner is on anti-depression. People in this state sink deeper and this can lead to suicide. An arrest video of Glockner proves he is in a bad state.
An effective technique to wake up a person is by letting this person realize what he is about to lose if he continues to walk this path.
The first terms that Lions Ground proposed to Glockner is to make the video below.
The purpose of the video is to give him a “mentally reset”. It will help him shake off all his burden by coming clean and he owns that to his two million followers. This also serves as proof that he is getting a fair ultimatum and embraced it, which is very important if this reach the court.
Legal motive is the main reason. If Secureteam10 does not change, he is in default. For a strong lawsuit, Lions Ground must be able to demonstrate that Glockner has received a fair ultimatum to fix this.
Throughout the time, a lot of disinformation has been published without making the effort to contact Lions Ground. In journalism, you are required to contact your sources to collect the story and evidence otherwise the publication is biased and unfactual. Heavy defaming claims such as “threatening Glockner’s family”.
On June 1, 2020, Lions Ground ordered YouTube, Patreon, and Spreadshirt to withdraw the claims because Secureteam10 has settled with Lions Ground.