Arrington wishes Fusion Garage a Merry Christmas

TechCrunch boss Michael Arrington filed suit today against Fusion Garage, as the ongoing saga of the CrunchPad/JooJoo continues.  (BTW, is “JooJoo” a candidate for dumbest name ever?  Sounds like something you buy a box of at the movies.)  Bonus: a fake iPhone to anyone who can successfully say “Chandrasekar Rathakrishna” ten times in a row without screwing up.  Anyway, very key quote from the article:

“The founder of Fusion Garage, Chandrasekar Rathakrishna, isn’t a good guy. He has been caught plagerizing articles. His previous company Radixs disintegrated in shareholder disputes and angry employees. We didn’t learn about this until last Summer because Singapore media, including blogs, are largely controlled by the government. Embarrassing stuff just isn’t reported. But we’ve spoken to plenty of people associated with the company, and their statements will be included in the lawsuit. Chandra and Fusion Garage have shown a long term pattern of deceit in their business dealings. There is no reason to think that anything will change now.”