On June 14, 2018, which was the one year anniversary of the Port of Charleston dirty bomb incident, D. George Sweigert filed a 24 page RICO lawsuit against Jason Goodman, as Defendant.
On June 29, 2018, the original complaint was amended, increasing it to 44 pages. The Amended Complaint can be seen at this link: sweigert amended rico 1
The following notes are suggested areas of interest to the reader.
The primary reasons why we should be interested in this RICO case are stated in the Introduction-Summary.
Under “Introduction”, a Summary has been added in this amended complaint, which focuses on the actions of the U. S. Coast Guard’s washing of “its hands of any meaningful investigation of a radiological bomb threat delivered to the Charleston Sector duty officer.” Consequently, the FBI was relied upon to investigate the source of the bomb threat, yet we find that this entire matter was “resolved” within 24 hours. One contributing factor noted was that the Midwestern conspiracy theorist allegedly hid behind his journalist privilege of not disclosing his source.
Dave Sweigert observes that one F.B.I. agent investigating this event was apparently from the West Virginia area of operations–exactly the location of the contract F.B.I. informant which had been the hidden source of George Webb Sweigert. He notes, “An overwhelming preponderance of evidence indicates that the F. B. I. took no action to mitigate the phenomenal conflict of interest in investigating this matter–as it involved one of their contract informants. The practical effects of the F. B. I.’s apparent white-wash has been to allow the wrong-doers to continue their operations with a bold sense of immunity from government prosecution; engaging in a series of illegal racketeering activities.”
In the Background section of the Introduction, more than 4 pages are devoted to laying out the racketeering pattern, the Port of Charleston incident, and the U. S. C G. authority for investigating the events which transpired on June 14, 2018.
This RICO lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, thus nine reasons are stated to establish both who was impacted by the Port of Charleston dirty bomb threat hoax as well as what laws and regulations apply as a measuring stick of the actions of that eventful day. The plaintiff invokes the Private Attorney General (PAG) doctrine which allows him to “augment limited resources of the U. S. C. G.” and their “prosecutorial gaps”. This allows “a private citizen’s standing to sue for vindication of a public objective”.
The general description states, “This complaint alleges that the defendant, and his cooperative of wrongdoers, operate in alignment on social media for a common purpose. By staging fake news, raising public alarm, spreading junk science, using deception to implement the Port hoax, etc. are rewarded with the expectation of remuneration, increases in their financial status and receipt of other such pecuniary advantages and benefits”.
There are 7 Parties described in detail:
The Plaintiff-Certified in Critical Infrastructure Protection
Wrong-doer Multimedia System Design, Inc.
Crowdsource the Truth- Racketeering Enterprise
Defendant Jason Goodman – Coordinator of CSTT RICO Cartel
Wrong-doer George Webb Sweigert – “Investigative Journalist”
Wrong-doer Deep Uranium – “Confidential Source” of Hoax
Wrong-Doer Quinn Michaels -Team Tyler Hacker Network
The last sentences conclude, “Unfortunately for law enforcement (and for the public), the complex maze of wrong-doers involved would have been perplexing to unravel. It is highly unlikely that any significant legal consequences would have been visited upon the defendants and wrong-doers without this present lawsuit.” Also, the plaintiff Sweigert emphasizes that “this is not a private dispute and there are no other equitable remedies available under law, except those remedies articulated herein.”
Specific Allegations: Ten Counts (in the original complaint 5 were listed)
Count One: MDSI Operates as a Racketeering Enterprise
Count Two: MDSI/CSTT Closure of the Wando Welch Terminal at the Port of Charleston
Count Three: Fraudulent “Hudson Intelligence Group”
Count Four: Conspiracy to Defraud The United States
Count Five: Murder For Hire Activities on the Darknet
Count Six: Hoax Assassination Plots
Count Seven: Malicious State Actors Deny Civil Rights
Count Eight: Trafficking in Personally Identifiable Information
Count Nine: Tampering With A Witness
Count Ten: Abuse of Court Processes by a Federally Protected Witness
Tracking the Leopard Meroz hopes that this amended complaint will be read with interest and with care. The overall importance of the issues addressed by this lawsuit, as well as the finer details, are highly interesting and of great import in connection to our contemporary Alternative News Media style of journalism.