A few years ago i photographed a celebrity for a weekly photo-column i was doing for a major daily newspaper at that time. Today, on google, i discovered that not only is my original 2-image layout is being sold on a t-shirt, but the seller is also taking credit for my work. The shirt of the now deceased celebrity is being sold on a large website, and i wouldn't imagine that the site itself is even aware of the copyright infringement. Now, there are those who would say to write the pirate and tell him to remove it, and just be happy if that ended it. I have done that before when i discovered images of mine being displayed on fan sites without my permission. Some did remove the images, and some just ignored me. But this situation is different,... someone is stealing dollars selling my images and also taking credit for my work. If possible I'd really like to bust this guy and have him pay the consequences. Can anyone tell me if i would have to prove damages, or would such a flagrant violation likely insure damages could be assessed? I would really appreciate hearing suggestions how to proceed in nailing this low-life, (I sound just like John Walsh on, "America's Most Wanted"!) How would you catch this thief?