Day 1,049 of the Robert David Steele vs. Jason Goodman lawsuit: Wild Conspiracy Theories and Threats of Sanctions

On July 15, 2020, the Court heard discussions in the Robert David Steele et. al. vs. Jason Goodman, et. al. defamation lawsuit.

That lawsuit was filed almost three years ago, on September 1, 2017, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, as case number 3:17-cv-00601-MHL.

When the original complaint was filed against Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth, Patricia Negron, and Queen Tut, (later identified as Susan A. Lutzke), the asking price was $18 million.  The Amended Complaint raised the ante several million; but now that almost 3 years has passed, Jason Goodman claims that Robert David Steele is willing to settle with him for $500,000.

Steele and Negron recently reached a private settlement. In the case of Queen Tut, she declined to answer the Complaint, and was found in default.

Trial is scheduled for August 11-13, 2020, unless Steele and Goodman come to terms in a private settlement.

According to Document 204 representing a Summary of the July 15th  hearing, matters were taken under advisement, parties were to file detailed Table of Contents by Friday at noon, and the hearing will be continued to July 23, 2020 at 10 a.m.

On July 2, 2020, thirteen days prior to the July 15th hearing, Document 196 included this warning:

Do I detect a hint of sarcasm in referencing Steele as “a self-declared Nobel Peace Prize nominee”?

The honorable United States District Judge M. Hannah Lauck has had her patience repeatedly tested by the participants in this lawsuit. When a Judge uses the word obstreperous, i.e. noisy and difficult to control, that is a clear warning that the Court is seriously considering sanctions.

For example, the Court declared in a July 2, 2020, Memorandum Opinion (Doc. 196), “Having invoked the power of a federal court to launch suit, an embarred attorney such as Mr. Biss is expected to meet all court deadlines as directed, especially  when interacting with a pro se defendant.  This quibbling over electronic format is obstreperous and a waste of judicial resources.  A self-declared Nobel Peace Prize nominee such as Steele, (Compl. ¶1), should be able to resolve these discovery differences, especially with counsel governing the process.” [bolding added].

“In the event that the Parties cannot reach agreement, both Parties will face sanctions as specified below.  Given the breakdown in communication between the Parties on such a fundamental matter, the Court will deny the Motion to Compel and declines to award attorney’s fees to Plaintiffs for their costs incurred in responding to the Motion to Compel.”

Thomas Schoenberger is named, among others, in a Jason Goodman conspiracy theory 

On page 11 of Document 196, Judge Lauck mentions that “In his Motion to Disqualify, Goodman states that the supposed conspiracy involved “[Steele], [Mr.] Biss, Negron, Webb, Sweigert, Chavez, S[c]hoenberger, Cornwell, Holmseth and others.” (Mot. Disqualify 14.)  Given the number of other individuals with knowledge of the conspiracy who Goodman could call to testify, Mr. Biss’s testimony likely would be “cumulative and add little to the other evidence” and is therefore “substantially less than necessary.”

Continuing, Judge Lauck states, “The Court does not discount the serious ethical violation Mr. Goodman’s submission raises.  But at this state of the litigation, Goodman has not met his heavy burden of demonstrating that Mr. Biss would prove a necessary witness at trial.  The Court will therefore deny the Motion to Disqualify.

Footnote 10 to the above statement says,

What all of  this references is Jason Goodman’s statement that Mr. Biss “engaged in unethical conduct by participating in the formulation and execution of a plan to bring multiple civil lawsuits against [Goodman] in jurisdictions around the United States.” (Id.8.)”.

“In support of this scheme, Mr. Biss allegedly paid an individual, Manuel Chavez III, to ‘produce false evidence against [Goodman] and to supply this evidence to [Mr.] Biss for use in this instant legal matter.”  (Id.)  Goodman claims Chavez ‘approached [Goodman] volunteering to provide emails,’ several of which Goodman attaches to the Motion to Disqualify.  (Id 10.) One of these emails reveals a communication between Plaintiff Steele and Chavez, with Steele telling Chavez, ’email to [Mr. B]iss by tomorrow 0900 eastern detailing what you have collected that connects Goodman to Brock and Arnon Milchan.  [F]eel free to tell him you want to support my case in return for a percentage.’ (Mot. Disqualify Ex. C ‘October 22, 2017 Email,’ ECF No. 165-3.)”.

This plot to extort money and chill the speech of broadcast  journalist Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth is noted in the screenshot below:

For further reading of Document 196, see [ rds vs goodman doc 196 702 2020].

Goodman seeks Relief from Judgement or Order by explaining how his conspiracy theories have come to life

On July 7, 2020, Document 198 [rds vs goodman doc 198 707 2020] was filed by defendant Jason Goodman seeking “relief with good cause and based on information discovered after July 2, 2020.  This new information (bolding added) causes Defendant to believe that evidence already in the record indicates fraud on the court by the opposing party coordinated and overseen by Counsel for Plaintiff Steven Scott Biss.  This new information causes Defendant to believe Mr. Biss would be a necessary witness whose testimony would touch all relevant matters in this action and which no other party or non-party could provide.”

On page 2, Jason Goodman explained, “Defendant believes this lawsuit was a preconceived plan to use military intelligence and asymmetric warfare tactics in the legal system, social media and real-world scenarios to extort money from Defendant.  Defendant believes Plaintiff enlisted Steve Scott Biss (Mr. Biss) to orchestrate this conspiracy and that Mr. Biss will be a necessary witness whose testimony will touch every relevant matter in the Amended Complaint.”

Jason Goodman then describes to the Court, the military intelligence backgrounds of  Robert David Steele [USMC, CIA, MCIA] and attorney Biss who received a BA in American History and Military Intelligence at Princeton University.

Item 4 of Document 198 states, “Defendant believes the Maneuver Warfare doctrine has been adapted by Steele and Biss and applied to a civilian attack strategy utilizing cyber harassment, real-world harassment and abusive lawsuits…Each of the non-parties who have presented themselves in this case have participated in the “variety of rapid, focused, and unexpected actions” which have made it extremely difficult for Defendant to cope.  Defendant believes any Maneuver Lawfare campaign would inherently have to be coordinated by the Counsel for Plaintiff because any other party or non-party would be subject to being called as a witness.”

Then Jason Goodman discusses the use of operational plants and double agents, and he asserts that “Mr. Biss is the Controlling Officer of Deception (COD) in this lawsuit and he has coordinated double agents including Holmes, Negron, Chavez and others.”

Nah, he couldn’t be talking about Tracking the Leopard Meroz, could he?

Finally, Jason Goodman states, “It is Defendant’s belief that each of the non-parties who submitted filings are also operational plants in the scheme.  Each of these individuals have taken actions online or in the real world to frustrate Goodman and complicate his ability to defend this lawsuit.  Each carried out a minor role in the organized harrassment and defamation of Goodman, which cumulatively have had a substantial deleterious effect.  Perhaps the most notable is intervenor applicant D. George Sweigert (Sweigert), the brother of Steele’s associate George Webb (Webb)….”.

It is doubtful that Jason Goodman can evade his accountability for defamatory statements he made in 2017, by introducing wild conspiracy theories just before this case goes to trial next month.

In addition to the persons named by Jason Goodman in these most recent court documents as co-conspirators, it must be recalled that he introduced another long list of third party co-conspirators in Document 78.  In response to those false allegations, four non-parties filed affidavits to refute Jason Goodman, including yours truly, the author of Tracking the Leopard Meroz. The Judge ruled against Jason Goodman’s conspiracy theories at that time; thus rendering the four affidavits moot.

In the meantime, Tracking the Leopard Meroz will continue its rapid, focused, and unexpected actions in reporting on any new developments in this lawsuit.

To read Documents 195-205, see Tracking the Leopard Meroz’s July 18, 2020, informational post here.



The Impersonation of Tracking the Leopard Meroz by Susan Holmes’ Report website

NOTICE:  MEDIUM.COM/THE HUDSON REPORT/TRACKING-THE-LEOPARD-MEROZ IS AN UNAUTHORIZED USE OF THE NAME OF JACQUELYN WEAVER AND the TRACKING THE LEOPARD MEROZ COPYRIGHTED NAME. The articles on this website have NOT been written by me. This online impersonation is a criminal offense and has been reported to law enforcement.  

If I want to view one of my articles, I locate it directly on my dashboard.  So I was surprised in January of this year when my youngest daughter told me that she had run across a website that was impersonating me and my blog.  I was not surprised, however, by who the offender was.

I cannot recall exactly when Queen Tut aka Susan Lutzke aka Susan Holmes had first set up her Hudson Report.  Initially she had written an article on Robert David Steele and Cynthia McKinney who she had been researching for Jason Goodman’s Crowdsource the Truth YouTube channel from about the last week of June 2017 through October 11,2017.

During that time, according to Queen Tut, a man who was regularly interviewed on CSTT using the handle, Mr. Hudson, was also the hidden source Deep Uranium, who she claims is the former FBI informant, Okey Marshall Richards.  Mr. Hudson said he was part of a group called The Hudson Report.

Susan Holmes has been in the news recently, having been arrested in Fort Collins, Colorado, while she was streaming online in a Skype interview with a relatively unknown Second Amendment YouTuber.  There are numerous online articles on that arrest, and the events leading up to the warrant which displayed two counts:  felony first degree perjury and attempt to influence a public servant.

I first became aware of Susan Lutzke Holmes when she took on the anonymous name Queen Tut as a regular guest of Crowdsource the Truth.  I have written several articles on her, which can be pulled up by searching for the name Queen Tut. Lutzke/Holmes is known for using multiple anonymous handles on the internet and some of them represent false impersonations of real names or other pseudonyms.

Queen Tut did everything to avoid being served with the Steele lawsuit.  In the end, she was served, although she denied it and argued her position via her sock puppet names in the comment sections of  my blog. See my February 28, 2018 article, The Strategic Maneuvers of Queen Tut Around the Robert David Steele Defamation Lawsuit.

One of the stunts that Queen Tut aka Susan Lutzke/Holmes pulled was to submit to the court false documents, and one of those can be read in my March 8, 2018, post, Queen Tut’s Daughter Mercia Francis Submits Another Letter to the Court in Robert David Steele Defamation Case. More than a year later on May 3, 2019, I discussed a recorded phone conversation between Susan Holmes and Jason Goodman in my article, Jason Goodman and Queen Tut:  No Cloak for their Sin.

On November 13, 2018, I said my final goodbyes to Queen Tut as a commenter on my blog, because of her use of multiple sock puppet accounts, including one where she impersonated Robert David Steele. Thus I wrote, Who Shall Plead for Queen Tut?

Within 16 days, on November 29, 2018,  Steve Outtrim answered that question, by interviewing Queen Tut in Cryptobeast #16, Queen Tut Spills the Beans. In a comment under his video, Outtrim claims he independently verified her information as accurate.  That statement of confidence in her research was made in spite of the two fraud on the court letters submitted in the Steele defamation lawsuit, the pointing out by Tracking the Leopard Meroz of Queen Tut’s Trello board falsehood that was constructed to defame Robert David Steele, the impersonation of Robert David Steele in a blog comment, and the assertion by Queen Tut that she had never been served in the Robert David Steele lawsuit.  All these matters took place prior to the Cryptobeast interview.

One of the interesting side notes in the Steele lawsuit stated that Susan Lutzke had made a $25 donation to his UNRIG campaign on June 13, 2017.  The day after, the Port of Charleston incident occurred, which caused Steele to cancel an interview with Goodman.  Susan Lutzke/Holmes aka Queen Tut was first on the scene to investigate Robert David Steele and to appear on Jason Goodman’s Crowdsource the Truth show at the end of June 2017. Later she interacted with Mr. Hudson aka Deep Uranium, the hidden source for George Webb’s tip on the dirty bomb hoax.

At this time, a Settlement Conference has been scheduled by the Judge for the Robert David Steele and Earth Intelligence Network vs. Jason Goodman, Patricia Negron, and Queen Tut aka Susan Lutzke (Holmes) defamation lawsuit.

Since Queen Tut aka Susan Lutzke/Holmes was in fact served with the Robert David Steele lawsuit and lost by default, it will be interesting to see if her supporters assist her in making a showing at the Settlement Conference.  That is, if it does not conflict with her felony proceedings in Larimer County, Colorado….

Just a friendly reminder to those who follow in the footsteps of Queen Tut, online impersonation is a criminal offense.




Talebearers Denise Matteau and Marcus Conte “Ignited and United” Campaign To Bring to Justice their Mythical Monsters

Where no wood is, there the fire goeth out:  so where there is no talebearer, the strife ceaseth.  Proverbs 26:20

Marcus Conte published today, December 3, 2019, a video titled, Fugitive in Port Neches Explosion May Face Criminal Charges;  Plus Gabe Hoffman Defamation Lawsuit.  As seen in the screenshot below, Marcus Conte has sent a letter to the Magistrate Judge in the defamation lawsuit, D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman, accusing Dave Sweigert of witness tampering and providing a link to a November 25, 2019 unlisted video on the Dave Acton You Tube channel.

This letter to a judge recalls a previous letter of Marcus Conte’s where he attempted to intervene in a lawsuit involving David Sweigert. I discussed that previous situation in an article on September 14, 2019, called Crowdsource the Court Jester Marcus Conte:  Too Lazy to Sue Dave Sweigert, He attempts to Intervene in a Lawsuit Unrelated to Him!

What events preceded this December 3rd letter to the Judge in the D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman lawsuit?

I have not written any articles in over a month in order to enjoy the fall weather and Thanksgiving Day in peace, but as I was blissfully enjoying my vacation from the Alternative News Media, a chemical explosion occurred in Port Nueces, Texas on November 27, 2019.  Prior to living in Mississippi, I had lived in Texas for 28 years, including Corpus Christi, so this story caught my attention, especially when two internet reporters attempted to turn the misfortunes of the Port of Neches explosion into a story which would elevate themselves into notoriety.

Port of Neches, Texas chemical plant explosion on November 27, 2019

Internet talebearers Marcus Conte and Denise Matteau of Truth Convoy joined forces in what I shall term their Ignited and United campaign against their common adversary, Dave Sweigert, whose defamation lawsuit against Jason Goodman is covered on my Tracking the Leopard Meroz blog.

I do not subscribe to any YouTube channel, and ever since Dave Sweigert started creating unlisted videos on his Dave Acton YouTube channel, I cannot view his productions. But apparently Denise Matteau is a subscriber, and she has viewing privileges not afforded to me.

The subject “offending” Dave Acton video was published November 25, 2019.  In reviewing the timeline of these events, I would like to take my readers back to a week prior to that video.  It was on November 19, 2019, that the Teenage FBI YouTube channel published a two hour live stream called Live Like A Maginot Line, which was based on the title of a self published book on by Dave Sweigert. The day following, Dan Cromer aka Leppo, the “Mind War Comedian”,  interviewed Steve Outtrim in a show titled, Live Like A Flame Thrower.  

David Sweigert’s self published 76 page book on November 11, 2019

In discussing the timeline of Denise Matteau and Marcus Conte’s Ignited and United talebearing campaign, I will be quoting from videos which are are not in chronological order. So let us begin with Denise Matteau’s Truth Convoy 21.11 minute video dated December 1, 2019, called Clarification About Steve Outtrim from “Mossad Part 2”.

[Note: all comments by Tracking the Leopard Meroz are in maroon italics. Also any bolding in transcribed videos is mine.]

At the 7.09 mark, Denise Matteau is discussing “active domestic terrorism that is being facilitated and promoted and underwritten, subsidized and conducted by foreign agents”. She then remarks, “Outtrim [i.e. Steve Outtrim of Cryptobeast YouTube and blog] is a foreign agent and I did actually report him to the security in his own country, over the Port Neches thing.  Um, I hope he’s on a no-fly list.  That’s what I’m doing.”

“You know you think, go ahead and call me crazy, but I want to tell you something, I don’t make a report by calling up and saying, “he said terrible things and I’m all upset”.  No, I don’t do that.  When I see a factual video, when Outtrim made statements in the video the day after Schoenberger and Sweigert together discussed blowing up Corpus Christi, then after that the —I made a report on that, the, the federal agent that I reported that to listened to Schoenberger’s speech and then asked me a lot of details identifying you know the kind of questions they ask, when they’re actually filling out the form and making a record of the report.”

“And the next day, Outtrim showed up supporting the (garble) foreign agent.  I reported him.  I have a six digit reference number to update with.  See, I know what I’m doing.  These foreign agents gotta have to start paying attention to your problems in your own country.  I am gonna do a video on Outtrim, um, because there’s somebody else that I dealt with who was spending a lot of time overseas and it was very interesting because, well, we’ll talk about that in a video, very interesting and it fits in with the terrorism, concerns another murder…”(9.48)

(12.58) “…when I saw that article, Outtrim touched a lot of the facts of the financial subsidy and if you read that article that he wrote about the evacuation of the Port of Charleston, South Carolina, you saw that he’s even got one of my videos embedded in it.  Well, fine, keep it there, that’s fine.”

(15.17) “…I was focused on what I’ve been finding out and seeing and understanding as I’ve been putting together the threads of these people that have been attacking me and now they’re attacking the whole damn coast?  And that though it’s the way that they started, it was a personal thing, but the way my name and my, the hate clips, the way they’re being used is showing not only that this is a terrorist army, an actual army of terrorists.

“But they are doing things that can, under present laws, the Patriot Act, but not even using the Patriot Act, regular laws about extortion and bribery and financially, I mean you know what the Sweigerts are trying to do to the court and Goodman involved in that.  Good-Jason Goodman is 100% aware and partnering with Sweigert in the fraud on the court.”

“I mean, it’s, it’s pure nonsense and these people who think they’re being clever and cool; if you really understand the law and you look at what they are doing, we’re very close to seeing them go to jail, without any additional laws being enacted.  They could easily re-open the Port of Charleston incident and look at it again based on new evidence coming out of this incident.”

“What Leppo’s doing, trying to sell that book.  It’s financial when you’ve got an, an Outtrim track 20,000–30,000 you know he was tracking tens of thousands of dollars in transactions related to that evacuation.  If that reaches government agents as new evidence, they can reopen that case and they can put both Sweigerts in jail, and they can start dismantling the radicalization terrorist network that Hollywood is facilitating in YouTube.  Everybody who’s made money off this-the law works on money, OK?  You can, you can say nasty things about someone in it; that’s not against the law.  But you do something that’s transactional with money and it’s related to destroying and blackmailing, you can go to jail for that.  And they need to start looking at the Patriot Act and, dusting it off and using it.” (18.45)

Denise Matteau has engaged in long running defamation campaigns against various individuals, which are rationalized by conflating these separate relationships into a unified conspiracy story

The day prior to Denise Matteau explaining in her video that she had reported Steve Outtrim to the authorities in his country, she published her November 30, 2019, video called Understanding How Mossad Creates Terrorism in the USA, Part 2.  At the 1.06.44 mark Denise tells this story:  “First of all we know from what they said in Port Neches, they got twenty agencies looking at it and we know the Terrorism is looking at it.  I reported the threat video, the threat to the Port of Corpus Christi WHEN it came out.  There were four–four!-patrol cars out here because all I did was explained a little bit about what was in the video and said do you want me to send you the link, and she said no, we’re sending someone up.”

“One patrol car came up-one patrol car- and he came in and I could tell by the grin on his face, it was like Hey, just you know, see what’s up with crazy lady, and he’s looking at the video and it started and he saw “my interesting tools”, huh and then gets to “Port of Corpus CRISPI”,  and he starts talking about and then the guy goes and then he’s mumbling into his shoulder thing.”

“And the next thing I know, three patrol cars pull up, not after me!  They went around to talk to neighbors and the guy that was talking to me and looking at it his partner is looking over his shoulder at it, and then he says and then they go out and they had a big conference out there amongst themselves – all the uniforms- and these were serious people.  These were not Officer Donut.  The second crew that came in were serious people.  They were not Officer Donut – they were not you know, drug dealers SWAT team and they listened to what these men were saying in these videos.  And that was BEFORE the explosions in Port Neches.  It was less; it was, was maybe 12 hours before?  That video went up while my cult video, my death cult-the one that Marcus Conte grabbed, [Death Cult Melt-Down:  Larping Fools, Brainwashed Tools dated November 26, 2019] and that’s what that’s really what happened right there.  My video was uploading when I saw the threat to Corpus Christi-that video.

“He [i.e. Dave Sweigert’s Dave Acton Youtube channel] set it up so they wouldn’t show up for everybody.  It’s, it shows up as an unlisted, but somehow because I was still subscribed to his channel from before, it shows up to me and he likes to put these videos up about 9 o’clock at night, but it was the next morning that I made the call because I know I couldn’t get the people I needed to get at 9 o’clock at night.  I did make some Fed…”.  (video cuts off at 1.10.25)

[Dave Sweigert published his YouTube video “My Crazy Dream about a Corpus Christi Movie” on November 25, 2019.  Denise Matteau reported it to the local police on November 26, 2019.]

Marcus Conte joins forces with Denise Matteau to publish their distorted narratives for profit on their YouTube channels.

After discussions with Denise Matteau on the Dave Acton video, and in regard to the Port of Neches, Texas, November 27, 2019 chemical explosion, Marcus Conte published several videos which can be seen on his YouTube channel.  On Thanksgiving Day,  November 28, 2019, the Marcus Conte YouTube channel published a 20.54 minute video called, RAW Call to FBI “Rogue You Tuber Reported to FBI for Explosion in Port Neches, TX”.

Marcus Conte begins, “Whoa, Marcus Conte reporting, calling the FBI, calling the FBI.” (ring, ring).  A male voice answers the phone, saying, “FBI New York Division.  This call may be monitored or recorded.  Please listen to this message in its entirety…If this is an emergency please hang up and dial 9-1-1.  If you are calling to report an internet crime, please go to (website named).  If you are calling to report a federal crime please press 3.  If you like to speak to an operator please press 6…”

Marcus Conte:  Press 6.  Yes, I um, I, I think I need somebody to uh talk to about a possible uh, about the possible explosion in Texas.  I’m a reporter and I was just doing a story…(ring…).

FBI:  FBI here…

Marcus Conte: FBI New York thank you, I uh, I think I have a bit of a problem here.  I need to have someone sort it out.  I’m a reporter and I am an internet YouTube reporter and I was doing a story today with a woman who who we were doing something on death cults.  It’s a wild subject but here’s, here’s the kicker, there’s an explosion in Texas this morning and the port of, I can’t believe what I’m seeing here.

And uh the port of, what is this?  The port of chemical plant blasts down in the port of something with an N, where is it?  Uh, Nietzsches, point, point of Knee Chess has an uh explosion happens early this morning, right?  Sounds, sounds, doesn’t – not a big deal, right?

So yesterday, she shows me a video of these two guys online – this guy online planning to blow up a port in Texas, right?  I have the video, right?  He explaining and he’s, what he’s doing as well as he’s, he’s throwing my name into the equation. Like this is some scary, this scared the shit out of me when I just watched it, right, so I’m watching a video and I, I could play it–he explains how he’s gonna take a drone and put a flame thrower on it, buy it fon Ebay and fly it over the Port of Corpus Christi and blow up an LNG tank, right?

Now it sounds like a Wild West, but then I’m looking this morning, waiting for the woman to call in to do the show and there’s no answer.  She’s still not answering me.  I says she was supposed to call me at 11 o’clock.  I’ve emailed it now three times, it’s 11:50 and here’s the other part of it.  You’re still there, right?

FBI:  Yeah, yeah, I’m here.

Marcus Conte:  So she also says that it, the crazy guy in the video, says that there two guys from New York are gonna come and tie you up and, and hold you hostage and use you as some sort of…I could play you the video.  I can’t, I mean, it’s I couldn’t even make it up and how could I, how could he possibly made this thing, can you, can you listen to this? “This is perfect..”. You know, I had this really crazy...”.  You could hear that, right?

FBI: Yeah.

Marcus Conte: (playing video, and we hear), “Crazy Dream, it was really super crazy, so there was this lady in Corpus Christi and she was all upset and anti-government because her daughter was murdered and it was never investigated, see this is a movie plot-it’s called Corpus Christi–Corpus Christi–That’s the name of the movie–so she’s putting out all this stuff on social media about how much she hates the government and there’s these two jerks in New York City and one used to own a drone company and the other was a disgruntled worker for the trash company, and so they kind of picked up on her.  These two guys made a lot of videos together, they hang out with each other, they shopped together..”


Marcus Conte:  I mean, I mean it’s heavy right?

The FBI operator decides to transfer Marcus Conte to the National Threat Operation.  Ring, Ring, Ring…[National Loonie Division, I mean National Threat Operation, how can I help you?]

(6.59) Ring, ring.  FBI:  Please provide the zip code of the area you are calling from now.

Marcus Conte:  1-1-2-0-9-.

FBI:  I’m sorry, we didn’t get your response.

Marcus Conte: presses numbers on his phone.

FBI:  One moment while I transfer you to the next available representative.  Your call will now be recorded.

Marcus Conte:  Yes, my first name is uhh Marcus M-A-R-C-U-S Conte C-O-N-T-E.

FBI:  And your date of birth?

Marcus Conte: February 29, 1964.

FBI:  And what is your phone number, Sir.

Marcus Conte:  Ummm…

FBI:  Alright, what zip code are you calling from?

Marcus Conte:  one one two zero nine.

FBI:  OK, what is the federal violation you’re reporting?

Marcus (Clueless) Conte:  Alright, so here’s the deal. [Marcus Conte has no clue how Dave Acton’s video violated any laws.  But we can be sure he will think of something…eventually.  Right?  Ahhh. witness tampering!  Yeah, that sounds good!] This morning, right, there’s an explosion in a Texas plant right down in, in the port of somewhere, port of, Port of Knee-chess, N-E-C-H-E-S, Texas, an explosion at a TPC chemical plant.  That’s- I’M A REPORTER, I’m, I’m what I’m doing is I’m waiting for, waiting for someone, I’m waiting to do a report, to do a one-on-one interview about some kind of a related subject, right?

And yesterday, yesterday, a man made a video online and posts the video, right?  With the plan to and to blow up a port in Texas, and then but before he does, that he’s going to tie up the lady and, and uh, you know, and, and, I don’t know what he’s gonna do with her, after he ties her up and so, so I and I have the video, I watched a video yesterday. [Is that the video where you told the other FBI employee that you were NAMED in this plot?  Did your mother name you DISGRUNTLED WORKER FOR THE TRASH COMPANY?  The maker of the video is not the terrorist tying up an old lady in Corpus Christi in this dream–you and the owner of a drone company, the two jerks in New York are the culprits. I was like this is crazy- the guy’s, THE GUY”S A PSYCHOPATH, right? [Which guy is a psychopath?  The guy who owned the drone company or the disgruntled worker for the trash company?]

And I could play it for you; if you want to hear it, I’ll play it…

FBI:  Where was the video?

Marcus Conte:  The video was on YouTube.

FBI:  And who’s the individual that posted it?

Marcus “The Clueless Reporter” Conte: Uhh, I believe the voice in the video, his name is David Acton–David Schwegart Swaggart–he goes by David Acton, David Sweggart, I believe he is in California.  He was.

FBI:  He posted a video on YouTube that there was going to be an explosion in Texas before the explosion occurred.

Marcus Conte:  It may, not in so many words, can I play you the recording so that you can hear it and it could be on the record?  I’ll play it to you, if you like.

FBI:  That’s fine.  I’m just trying to get a better understanding of what you’re interpreting in it.

Marcus Conte:  Yeah.  I’m interpreting as here he is talking, telling this woman about his dream that, that he’s going to take a, that a he’s gonna take a drone with a flame thrower on it in the Corpus -in Corpus Christi and fly it over a tanker and blow it up and take out 3 miles of space. [So the dreamer in California went to Corpus Christi to blow up a chemical plant in Corpus Christi, but the drone got out of control and flew to Port Knee Chess?]  Yesterday he said this, [So this phone call to the FBI was made on November 26, 2019, the same day Denise Matteau called the local police to report the same video?] and I’m watching the news right now and I’m watching flames- explosion- not in the same port, right? [Got it.]

The Port of Corpus Christi is, I guess, and I know, it’s miles  away, right?  in Texas? [You did say you are a reporter, Marcus Clueless] The other one is Neches, KNEE CHEESE, something.  It’s a scary thing, I mean and there’s also other things she has, there’s actual like conversations where she reported it in Texas.  She reported it after she saw the video.  Now the other thing is that she said that…

FBI:  What is her name?

Marcus Conte:  Her name is uhh Denise Matteau.  Denise Matteau.

FBI:  Can you spell her last name?

Marcus Conte:  I could try.  Umm…

FBI:  OK, so she reported it after having seen..

Marcus Conte:  She, I believe she reported it.  She also showed me to some kind of threads, some kind of phone conversations.  She says, “the man in the video is the same D. George Sweigert who emailed Nueces [pronounced Nooses County by Conte.]  demanding hurricane relief records.”Marcus Conte: (continuing to read Denise Matteau message)  “Tonight he was in a chat posting methods of blowing up the port. [probably the Leppo chatroom on Teenage FBI]  DHS was notified while he did it”.  [I am assuming Denise Matteau called DHS around November 19, 2019; notified authorities to put  foreign agent Steve Outtrim on a No-Fly list after he did the Leppo interview on November 20, 2019, and then called the local police on Dave Sweigert on November 26, 2019].  The next one is the man…blackmailing me.

Marcus Conte:  That’s what she’s saying, right?  And I could play it for you, here.  Would you like to hear the damn video because this is, you’ll hear it in his own words and I won’t have to explain it three times.  [Marcus Conte finds it difficult to explain anything in a clear manner, and was obviously unprepared to discuss his “tip” to the FBI as shown by his inability to spell and pronounce critical names. His story is altered slightly with each FBI operator.  And now he displays his impatience with the FBI employee for not doing things his way.] This is what I’ve had since yesterday, RIGHT?  And I’m still waiting for her to- uhh, I was, she was supposed to call into my show at eleven o’clock and she’s and it’s now 12 o’clock and in the video they’re saying they’re gonna tie her up.  Two guys from New York-they’re gonna tie her up.  [Marcus Conte had confessed in a taped FBI recording that one of those two New Yorkers referenced himself.]

FBI:  OK, spell the last name.  You said Swaggert or Schweigert.

Marcus Conte:  Oh, yes, I forget that spelling.  SWEIGERT.  He goes by D. George Sweigert.  SWEIGERT.  He also goes by David “Schwaggert”, Dave “Schwagert”, also goes by David Acton, Dave Acton.


Marcus Conte:  Well, I have 35 or 50 videos of him attacking me personally, calling me you know, identifying himself.  There’s undoubtedly it’s him.  No doubt about it.  He doesn’t say Hi, my name is George Dave, this is George Dave Swaggert, but it’s, it’s inescapably his voice.

FBI:  What do you want to actually– just provide me with the URL to the video rather than me trying to hear it over your phone because there seems to be…

Marcus Conte:  You will hear it, you trust – you will hear it, Can I, Can I just interject, you will hear it crystal clear cuz I put the mic on -to put it up to the-I want to put the phone right to the speaker and you will hear it, READY?  [Dave Acton video begins at 1.45 mark].  “This is perfect, you know I had this really crazy…”.  I’m at YouTube.  I now have the spot of the video- it seems that it’s an unlisted.  It’s on the, the video itself is unlisted and it says “My Dream about a Corpus Christ Movie”.  Right?  [Marcus Conte leaves out the word “strange” which is the adjective which Acton choose to describe “dream”Also this is a 5.08 video, and context is important.  But Conte wants to begin at 1.45 into the video].

It’s 228 views published yet on November 25th, so as maybe two days ago the URL to the video is a very long and stupid URL.  May I read it to you?  So it’s HTTP forward slash, forward slash, you know semi-colon slash slash UOU, YOU, excuse me, YOUTU dot BE forward slash 95f underscore zcgqzfa.


Marcus Conte: See if you can get it.  Pop it up.

FBI:  OK, and then the www

Marcus Conte: No W.  No I’m not looking at any www.


Marcus Conte:  HTTP…

Let’s just end our misery here.

Marcus Conte failed to provide a coherent complaint to the FBI, because he is an internet REPORTER looking for attention grabbing headlines for his profit oriented YouTube channel.  

No doubt this collaboration between Denise Matteau and Marcus Conte will be deemed a success in their eyes.  That is, until they are served legal papers…. 




Leppo’s Parallel Universe

The words of a wise man’s mouth are gracious; but the lips of a fool will swallow up himself.  The beginning of the words of his mouth is foolishness: and the end of his talk is mischievous madness.  Ecclesiastes 10:12-13

The alchemical symbol “The all is one” Ouroboros on the door of the Theosophical Society in Budapest

According to the Urban Dictionary, the word leppo is “a thing that brings confusion, in the form of a question.”

Such a  question might be something like this:  If I eat myself would I become twice as big, or disappear completely?

A self consuming person is a destroyer of the fragile bond which holds together friendships,  families, and societal relationships.

On July 29, 2019, I wrote an article called Pillow Talk “Mind War Comedian” Leppo Sets Forth Serious Allegations Against Defango; But is he credible or engaging in reckless speech? That article mentioned Thomas Schoenberger and Frank Bacon who had been guests on Leppo’s Pillow Talk You Tube channel, and critiqued Leppo’s unjust form of attack against Defango, a former business associate of Schoenberger.  Subsequently, YouTube struck the Pillow Talk channel from its platform.

The Dark Side of Parody

Leppo presently publishes his Mind War Comedy videos on his Teenage FBI Live YouTube channel, as a “Vapor Bat Records Production”.  What this channel offers is a form of satire that includes Tinder images, video clips from other YouTube broadcasts, and Leppo’s simpering, nasal voice which is at its best when muted.  As a musician, Leppo is seen plucking on the strings of his musical instruments when others are talking.

So who is this peculiar looking male with the over-sized glasses, plucked eyebrows and stand up hair?  How does an anonymous nobody arrange for lengthy interviews with the infamous Satanist, Dr. Michael Aquino and the 911 Truther Dr. James Fetzer?   On August 10, 2019, Leppo conducted an interview of Dr. Michael Aquino, which also included phone calls from Thomas Schoenberger, Allseeing Ewe and Frank Bacon.

Then on September 11, 2019, Dr. James Fetzer was the special guest in a live stream called Live Like A Controlled Demolition. In that video Fetzer refers to Leppo as “Dan”, which caused one of my readers to compare the voice and facial features of Leppo with that of James Fetzer’s former colleague, Dan Cromer.

Dan Cromer had been promoted as having the expertise to identify photos and audio recordings as fakes.  And Leppo loves Mind Control humor. Are they one and the same person?  This is confusion, in the form of a question, is it not?

Marcus Conte displays 3 images of Leppo from the 915 2019 Live Like a Slumber Party video

In articles reprinted by Robert David Steele, using the above photo,  Dan Cromer is described as follows: “MIS, an information specialist, frequently appears on “The Raw Deal” and “The Power Hour” when James Fetzer, Ph.D. is guest hosting. His research on Sandy Hook, Las Vegas, Parkland and Santa Fe has appeared in numerous publications.”

If one enters the names of Frank Bacon, Michael Aquino, James Fetzer, and Dan Cromer into a search engine, we discover that all four men share something in common; all were interviewed by Michael Decon for his End of Days broadcasts within the past two years.  Moreover we discover the name of another guest interviewed by Michael Decon:  Robert David Steele.  Steele was a supporter of the Sandy Hook theories put forth by Fetzer and both of these men had been separately interviewed by Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth.

Mysteries Never Cease in this Mobius loop

Infinity Ouroboros

Now here is a minor curiosity which relates to the anniversary date of the June 14, 2017, shut down of the Port of Charleston, by a  false dirty bomb report from a Crowdsource the Truth broadcast.

We all know that exactly one year later on June 14, 2018, that D. George Sweigert filed a civil RICO lawsuit against Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth. But did you know that one year after THAT, on June 14, 2019, that Leppo created a website,  Vaporbatrecords. com? 

As seen in this Pictame screenshot, someone named Danny Cromer is a follower of Leppo at Vaporbatrecords.

Leppo’s Parallel Universe:  the underside of the mobius strip where James Fetzer and Dan Cromer promoted their Sandy Hook conspiracy theories 

The Sandy Hook shooting tragedy occurred on December 14, 2012, one week prior to the much touted Mayan calendar cycle change.  2012 was a major money making year for conspiracy theorists who conned a multitude into purchasing emergency food supplies, gold and silver coins, and prophetic books, as they proclaimed the end of America.

The Sandy Hook saga has not gone away; it is now contained within -you guessed it- defamation lawsuits.

Last year on August 12, 2018, Robert David Steele reposted on his Phi Beta Iota blog an article  titled, Mona Alexis Pressley & Dan Cromer:  In solidarity with Alex Jones- Sandy Hook father, “Lenny Pozner”, and his sone (sp), “Noah Pozner”, are Both Fake. 

Steele added his own comment below the article explaining, “We are publishing the above as the author’s views, part of a narrative about Sandy Hook intended to call into question the Sandy Hook false flag operation that we do believe demands a new independent investigation, as with 9/11, the Boston Bombing, Orlando, and Las Vegas, among others.  The individuals named need to be found and deposed under oath-evidently this was attempted in one instance and they refused.”

Steele’s reposted article consists of a letter addressed to Mr. President, signed by Mona Alexis Pressly and Dan Cromer.  The writers complain that one of the most active and aggressive of the Sandy Hook parents is Leonard (Lenny) Pozner, who had been “going after websites by Sandy Hook skeptics, in demanding take-downs of images of him and Noah again and again and again, including of Dr. Eowyn, Dr. Tracy, Dr. Fetzer, Tony Mead and innumerable others”.

This letter further notes that “Digital image forensics applied by Dan Cromer has demonstrated that, just as ‘Noah’ was created out of photos of Michael Vabner as a child, ‘Lenny’ was created from old photos of Reuben.  They share key facial features including their noses, eyes, skin tone, size of cheeks and facial width, even though digital editing was used to disguise them.  He was not camera shy but protecting his image on TV and in Court to conceal his true identity as Reuben Vabner.”

With regard to “faking gravestones”, the letter adds, “To illustrate the fraud, Dan Cromer created a corresponding image for a gravestone for Mona…”.

Robert David Steele had also reposted other articles on the Sandy Hook story, but one example was actually referenced in a defamation lawsuit against Fetzer.

Pozner vs. Fetzer, et. al. 

On August 5, 2018, Robert David Steele had featured an article on James Fetzer’s theories about the Sandy Hook shootings.  That particular article was described in Item 18 (page 5) in the Civil Complaint & Demand for Jury Trial filed on November 27, 2018 in the Circuit Court of Dane County, Wisconsin of Leonard Pozner vs. James Fetzer, Mike Palecek, and Wrongs Without Wremedies, LLC.

Item 18 states, “Mr. Fetzer’s publication of this false accusation against Plaintiff was not limited to the book.  He repeated that false statement on one or more blog posts, including, e.g., https:/–how-we-know-sandy-hook-was-a-fema-drill-nobody -died-obama-officials-confirmed-it-was-an-anti-gun-propaganda-exercise.  That post is dated August 5, 2018. There, Defendant Fetzer made the following false statement:  “It [N.P.’s death certificate] turned out to be a fabrication, with the bottom half of a real death certificate and the top half of a fake, with no file number and the wrong estimated time of death at 11 AM, when ‘officially’ the shooting took place between 9:35-9:40 that morning.”  That statement is false, both in the particular fact and in the main point, essence, or gist in the context in which it was made, because N. P.’s death certificate is not a fabrication or forgery or fake.  The context of that statement referred specifically to Plaintiff, as confirmed by the previous sentence, which, while also false, identifies Plaintiff by name.”

The viewpoint of Dr. James Fetzer on this lawsuit can be read at his website, including this article, The Sandy Hook “Pozner v. Fetzer” Lawsuit for Dummies.

The Ruling against Fetzer & Palecek

On June 19, 2019, Chris Rickert of the Wisconsin State Journal wrote an article, Judge Rules Against former UMD professor in Sandy Hook case“, (reposted at  Rickert reported,  “A Dane County, Wis., judge on Monday found that a longtime conspiracy theorist living in the Wisconsin village of Oregon, along with his co-defendant, defamed the father of a victim of the Sandy Hook massacre and allowed a trial for damages against the men to move ahead.”

“James Fetzer of Oregon, Wis., and Mike Palecek, of Saginaw, edited the 2016 edition of the book ‘Nobody Died at Sandy Hook’, which alleges Leonard Pozner circulated a fraudulent copy of his son Noah Pozner’s death certificate.  Fetzer also co-authored a chapter in the book and has repeated in his blog the claim that Leonard circulated a fake death certificate for his son.”

Further, “During a four-hour hearing before Circuit Judge Frank Remington, Pozner’s attorney Jacob Zimmerman offered evidence to counter Fetzer’s contention that a death certificate for Noah Pozner, an image of which was reprinted in Fetzer’s book, is a fake.  Among other things, Zimmerman pointed to separate state and local processes for issuing death certificates to explain why a state file number didn’t appear on the document.  And he explained the process for listing a time of death on the document, which Fetzer claimed doesn’t match the time of the shooting.”

“Zimmerman also submitted an official copy of the death certificate, with the required embossed seal, to the court and argued that Fetzer and Palecek had not asked for the original but had instead relied on ‘copies of copies of copies that they found somewhere on the internet’.”

“Zimmerman said a trial to award his client damages is to be set for October.  Pozner is asking for $1 million.”

The third defendant in this lawsuit, the book publisher,  had been dismissed from the lawsuit because a settlement had been reached.

Fetzer Found In Contempt of Court 

More recently, on September 14, 2019, Chris Rickert of wrote an article,  Judge finds Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist from Oregon in contempt of courtRickert stated, “A longtime conspiracy theorist and retired professor from Dane County who thinks the Sandy Hook massacre was a government hoax was found in contempt of court Friday in a defamation case brought against him by one of the Sandy Hook parents.”

“James Fetzer, an Oregon (WI) resident and University Minnesota-Duluth professor emeritus of philosophy, admitted to violating an order to keep a May 28 videotaped deposition of plaintiff Leonard Pozner confidential.  Instead, he shared it or allowed it to be shared sometime between June and August with what he called fellow “researchers” of the 2012 murder of 27 people in Newtown, Connecticut….In the Friday hearing, Remington ordered Fetzer to pay Pozner $7,000, or the estimated cost of the time one of his lawyers spent bringing the contempt action.  Fetzer told the court he provided the deposition to others in an attempt to prove that the person who appeared in the deposition was not Pozner–an allegation he said he was now convinced of.”

The Sandy Hook defamation lawsuit against Alex Jones:  the Fred Zipp Affidavit

James Fetzer is mentioned in another Sandy Hook defamation lawsuit filed in Harris County, Texas,  against Alex Jones of Infowars.  The website displays a 22 page Affidavit of Fred Zipp, whose “39 years in daily newspaper journalism and journalism education” allowed him to express a professional opinion on the journalistic standards of Infowars.  [see alex jones lawsuit fred zipp affidavit]

On page 16 of his affidavit, under the subtitle, InfoWars relied upon dubious and unhinged sources, Mr. Zipp provided commentary on James Fetzer, saying, “In addition, the Zero Hedge article cites accusations made by an individual named Jim Fetzer.  In its Motion to Dismiss, InfoWars described Mr. Fetzer with an air of respectability, referring to him as “Professor Emeritus of the University of Minnesota.”  In truth, the retired professor has long been understood to be an unhinged crank.  I do not use these terms lightly.”

Professional journalist Fred Zipp also noted, “Mr. Fetzer also posts his purported “photo forensics” which he claims prove that Mr. Pozner is actually Mr. Vabner.  Mr. Fetzer’s bizarre writings feature notably anti-Semitic rants about Mr. Pozner, who he insists is part of some international conspiracy….Mr. Fetzer is obsessed with the notion of faked identities, and he makes similar accusations about the shooting victims, posting photo comparisons which he claims prove that the photos of children are actually adults.”

“Mr. Fetzer has claimed, with no evidence, that the death certificates for shooting victims have been faked and that a shooting victim’s gravestone was actually a computer-generated graphic.  In short, no rational journalist would ever rely on Mr. Fetzer as a source for anything, especially an allegation as improbable and serious as accusing a parent of lying about holding their dead child.  InfoWars’ uncritical endorsement of accusations being promoted by Mr. Fetzer demonstrates its reckless and deceptive conduct.”

A few observations by Michael Aquino, from his Introduction to the Satanic Bible

Leppo holds Satanist Michael Aquino in high esteem.  Forty-seven years ago, an introduction by Michael A. Aquino “appeared in the hardcover Satanic Bible from its first release in 1972 throughout its existence, and in the Avon paperback edition from 1972 to 1976.”

Aquino stated, “This is the book of our era.  The dawn of the Satanic Age was celebrated on April 30, 1966- the Year One.  On that date Anton Szandor LaVey consecrated the Church of Satan in the city of San Francisco and assumed office as its first High Priest.”

Ritual and fantasy play a very real part in the activities of the Satanic Church, on the assumption that the experience and control of mental and metaphysical irrationality are necessary for the strengthening of the psyche.” (bolding added).

“After long years of research and experiment, he (i.e. LaVey) pronounced the guiding principle of Satanism:  that the ultimate consequence of man lies not in unity but in duality.”

“LaVey’s disturbing theories and bizarre operations of ceremonial Black Magic eventually attracted a following of similarly minded individuals…The Satanic Bible is a most insidious document.  One is strongly tempted to compare it with that obscure, malefic mythology The King in Yellow, a psychopolitical work that supposedly drove its readers to madness and damnation.”

The question which brought Confusion to mankind

As I stated at the beginning of this post, the Urban Dictionary defines LEPPO as a thing that brings confusion, in the form of a question.

A few weeks ago, a few genuine souls parted company over Leppo.  As for myself,  I took steps to remove my blog from the heart of this conflict, as I am not part of this in any way.

But since then, we are seeing an increase in defamation theatrics involving persons associated with the Leppo chatroom.  Please be cautious when engaging with those who are responsible for that build up of tension.







Crowdsource the Court Jester Marcus Conte: Too Lazy to Sue Dave Sweigert, He Attempts to Intervene in a Lawsuit Unrelated to Him!

Marcus Conte declaring that he is intervening in the Sweigert vs. Goodman lawsuit with his letter and an Evidence Video!

The other day someone thought it was suspicious that I knew about Marcus Conte, and put forth the odd theory that I could not have  known about him apart from Dave Sweigert.  Uhhh, I found out about Marcus because Jason Goodman promoted him on a Crowdsource the Court Jester show.

Timeline explained

On June 16, 2017, I became interested in a breaking story headlined How a Conspiracy Theory Closed Part of a Major U. S. Seaport.  Subsequently, I wrote several articles on guests who were featured on Jason Goodman’s Crowdsource the Truth broadcasts.

After two months, on September 1, 2017,  one of those guests, Robert David Steele and his nonprofit corporation Earth Intelligence Network filed a federal civil court defamation complaint in the Eastern District of Virginia against Jason Goodman, Patricia Negron and Queen Tut.  That lawsuit is scheduled for trial in March of 2020.

About two weeks after that, on September 17, 2017, Jason Goodman featured Marcus Conte on CSTT as a “whistle blower” because Conte had sued his former employer,  the New York Department of Sanitation. (see Tracking the Leopard Meroz July 4, 2019, article “Marcus Conte Clueless in New Yuck City“.)

Sweigert vs. Goodman

One year after the Port of Charleston dirty bomb hoax incident, a second but separate federal civil lawsuit was filed June 14, 2018 as D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman.  This lawsuit was formatted as a RICO complaint and was originally filed in the Charleston, South Carolina federal court, but was later reassigned to the Southern District of New York, where  defendant Jason Goodman resides.  

On August 20, 2019, United States District Judge Valerie Caproni of the SDNY court filed a Memorandum Order which severely critiqued the legal arguments of both the plaintiff and the defendant. One of the complexities of this case involved the fact that RICO can be treated as either a civil or a criminal complaint.  However, only government prosecutors are permitted to charge an individual with a criminal act; whereas a private citizen may file a RICO lawsuit that is exclusively a civil complaint. (see sweigert v goodman doc 87 August 20 2019).

In response to this critique, Plaintiff D. George Sweigert submitted Plaintiff’s Verified Second Amended Complaint (2AC) to the court on September 10, 2019. This amended complaint has eliminated anything to do with criminal actions, and is now focused on defamation. (see sweigert v goodman doc 88 september 10 2019)

Marcus Conte Attempts to Intervene in Sweigert vs. Goodman

The day after Document 88 became public,  YouTube broadcaster, Marcus Conte created a video titled Dave Acton Sweigert Charged With Cyber Bullying, Harassment & Perjury Before SDNY Judge Valerie E. Caproni 1:18-cv-08653-VEC.  In addition he provided a link to a letter dated September 12, 2019 to U. S. District Judge Valerie Caproni offering to come to court and give sworn testimony.  see( Sweigert v. Goodman CONTE LETTER).

What is in that letter?

The first thing to observe about this attempted intervention is that no one seems to be able to locate Marcus Conte’s name in the Second Amended Complaint, either as a defendant or as a named non-party.  Even Marcus Conte does not identify in his letter how he fits into the four corners of the lawsuit complaint.  It would appear that his “intervening” into this lawsuit via a letter and an hour long video of his “evidence” is a fantasy which he has concocted, which stands outside the boundaries of  the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures. 

An inappropriate informality

A brief survey of Marcus Conte’s two page letter reveals an overall tone of informality in addressing the Court. Although he does address the recipient in the address line as Hon. Valerie E. Caproni, he fails to extend this formality throughout, preferring the casual Dear Judge, to the commonly used Dear Judge Caproni or Your Honor.

In addition, the subject line is a quote from someone named “Judge” stating “This is a frivolous dispute between two litigants whose voluminous court filings rehash their incomprehensible and illogical online conspiracy theories.” Conte’s failure to identify the actual quoted document as the August 20, 2019, Memorandum Order of Judge Valerie Caproni, adds to the overall impression that he considers himself to be on a familiar footing with a United States District Judge.  Even seasoned attorneys dare not approach the bench with such casualness.

Normal protocol for writing a formal letter addressed to a Judge recommends that the first line introduce the writer’s name and residence, followed by a short description of the purpose of the letter.  Marcus Conte reverses this order and presumptuously begins, ” Dear Judge, It is hard to imagine a more frivolous dispute between 2-crackpot online conspiracy theorist’  than this one.  Not only is Plaintiff a documented conspiracy kook, he engages in routine online Cyber Bullying, Harassment & Perjury.”

In line three, the author of the letter then describes who he is, saying, “My name is Marcus Conte, an independent journalist, whistleblower and YouTube personality familiar with both party’s on & offline shenanigans.  I am also one of plaintiff’s many Cyber Bully victims.  I would like to place my personal experience on the record.  I live in Brooklyn NY and would like to come to court and give sworn testimony”.

Marcus Conte’s personal experiences are irrelevant to the actual complaint in this particular lawsuit, so one wonders at what stage of this lawsuit does Conte think that his “evidence” and sworn testimony would intersect with the actual legal argument and facts of Sweigert vs. Goodman?

United States District Judge Caproni is not swayed by YouTube speculations as a replacement for concise argumentation

It may have been unwise for Marcus Conte to boast that he is a YouTube personality.  Did he not observe what Judge Caproni remarked on page 5 of Document 88,  which is a general indicator of her low opinion of YouTube?  She stated, “Such conspiratorial speculation, applying a standard that could lead to the disqualification of virtually every judge in the district, may be fit for YouTube’s comment section, but it is not sufficient to cause the recusal of the undersigned.” (bold added).

While Judge Caproni’s statement applies to a particular legal issue brought forth by the Plaintiff, it is obvious from those words that Judge Caproni holds in high regard federal civil court rules which have been honed over time to ensure that a plaintiff clearly states how his legal arguments uphold his complaint.  Obviously, speculative reasoning such as is regularly seen in YouTube comment sections does not belong in a courtroom.  Yet, despite this, Marcus Conte’s entire letter is nothing but speculation and conclusions such as befitting an ill mannered YouTube personality.  So how about his video evidence?

Are you kidding?

In a further affront to the American judiciary, Marcus Conte has made a video which he refers to at the 1.10 mark as “an evidence video”.  To expect a federal judge, who is managing several cases, including jury trials, to reserve an hour of her valuable time to view a non-party’s one hour YouTube video is preposterous.

Marc Conte has filed a  pro se lawsuit before, so why does he not just file his own case against Sweigert? Perhaps he fears being showed up for what he is, or perhaps for what he is not.  An example of his lazy thinking style is found in his letter to Judge Caproni where he declares in this statement that, “Plaintiff Dave Sweigert is a YouTube video celebrity with a subscriber base of 17,000 viewers.  However, Sweigert falsely claims he is a ‘private citizen’.  He is not.”

Two weaknesses can be noted in those assertions.  First, most of Dave Acton’s YouTube subscribers were added around 2017 after the Port of Charleston incident. But if we look at present day views of his videos, the range of views averages far below the subscriber base,  about 200-800 per video.  Those low numbers are an indicator that Sweigert aka Acton is neither a celebrity, nor a public figure.

Secondly, Marcus Conte displays ignorance of the legal definition of what constitutes a public, limited public, or private figure in defamation law.

Overall, Marcus Conte’s letter to the Court does not fit within the four corners of Sweigert’s defamation complaint against Jason Goodman.  And in addition,  he fails to identify in his letter any particular statement made by Sweigert in the Second Amended Complaint that represents an example of perjury.

On Public Menaces

Conte concludes his argument by saying, “Plaintiff is no “knight in shining armor.”  He is an online menace and should be barred by the court from online discourse and from further discussing this case in public.  Plaintiff should also be severely fined for filing one frivolous motion after another at the expense of the People, and for making a mockery of this court- and this country.”

Those allegations of being an online menace could easily be leveled at Marcus Conte.

I am growing weary of the ever increasing slander, cruel humor and threats being made by various YouTubers, which is considered a form of vengeance entertainment.  And for Marcus Conte to make a mockery of the court by starring as a Court Jester in a YouTube video which is then submitted to a United States District Judge, should be condemned.  If a YouTuber has a valid complaint against another party, why not document it with sound evidence in a blog?  Or file a  civil lawsuit as a pro se plaintiff against your opponent, and show us all just how smart you are in pleading your case in accordance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.  Anything less is just a cheap publicity stunt.  And by the way, that suggestion is for all of you YouTubers, without exception.




Loop Holes in Entrapment Laws form a New Entanglement as Privately Funded “Litigation Support” Tricksters manipulate the Scales of Justice

TEKEL;  Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting.  Daniel 5:27

Three years ago one of my readers challenged me to read the position paper,  From PSYOP to MindWar:  The Psychology of Victory by Colonel Paul E. Vallely, Commander,  with Major Michael A. Aquino, PSYOP Research & Analysis Team Leader, of the Headquarters, 7th Psychological Operations Group, United States Army Reserve, Presidio of San Francisco, CA, 1980.

As a result, I wrote an article on June 4, 2016,  called The Strength of the Confidence of the City of the Mighty.  One of the points Vallely and Aquino argue is that “The advantage of MindWar is that it conducts wars in nonlethal, noninjurious, and nondestructive ways.  Essentially you overwhelm your enemy with argument.  You seize control of all of the means by which his government and populace process information to make up their minds, and you adjust it so that those minds are made up as you desire.  Everyone is happy, no one gets hurt or killed, and nothing is destroyed.  Ordinary warfare, on the other hand, is characterized by its lack of reason…The only loser in MindWar are the war profiteers…”.

There are a number of fallacies in the justification of MindWar as a non-destructive operation, as essentially a person is manipulated into the position of turning against their own best interests through the use of principles that they believe in.

This form of dictatorship is ruinous of the well being of the most valued members of a free society.

Techniques for Overturning Justice

Steve Outtrim’s #govLarp hypothesis is based on the very real observation that there are many former government employees connected with the Jason Goodman Crowdsource the Truth channel which had publicized and instigated the Port of Charleston incident.

Since the advent of the internet, we live side by side with a cyber-based world which is  utilized by many different interest-based agents to promote subtle mind warfare techniques that work for their own selfish interests, rather than the public good.  Although the presence of former government agents is notable in the Alternative Media, it does not necessarily indicate that a government sponsored operation is in play.  As we shall see below, there is another possibility.

I was interested recently in a footnote of a Washington and Lee Law Review article, (Volume 16-Issue 1) dated March 1, 1959, called   Entrapment Re-Examined By United States Supreme Court.

Foot note 2 states, “According to the federal courts, the entrapping person must be an agent or officer of the government; inducement by a private person does not make the defense available, Polski v. United States, 33 F.2d 686 (8th Cir. 1929), cert. denied 280 U. S. 591 (1929).  However, courts have considered paid informers and those promised immunity to be government agents.  Cratty v. United States, 163 F.2d 844 (D. C. Cir. 1947); Hayes v. United States, 112 F.2d 676 (10th Cir. 1940); Wall v. United States, 65 F.2d 993 (5th Cir.1933).  Cf. Mayer v. United States, 67 F 2d 223 (9th Cir. 1933).

Did you notice the loop hole?

Much ado has been made about the FBI informant activities of the hidden source of the false report that shut down the Port of Charleston on June 14, 2017. It was Susan Luztke aka Queen Tut, who led the way in researching the background of Jason Goodman’s Mr. Hudson, which also was George Webb’s Deep Uranium source.  Lutzke identified that source as being Okey Marshall Richards, the infamous paid informant for the FBI who betrayed his own militia group.  The backstory of Richards can be read in my May 28, 2018 article, The Unusual Telephone Calls of FBI Informant Okey Marshall Richards, Jr.

I am not aware that anyone has proved that Okey Marshall Richards had been employed by the FBI at the time of the Port of Charleston dirty bomb hoax. In other words, Richards could have been employed by a private interest group, and he was known to be a liar throughout his lifetime, who liked to profit monetarily from his lies.

Government versus Privately Funded Covert Operatives 

The loop hole in the law of entrapment, is that such activities are permissible if performed by a private person who is not funded by the government.

One of the distinguishing characteristics of this section of Alternative Media that I have been covering for the past two years, is the sheer bungling and incompetence of the host of characters who have garnered our attention.  From Robert David Steele’s attempts to maneuver a plastic wrapped #UNRIG tax exempt RV across America, to Jason Goodman’s on air rants and straight jacket styled legal imaginations, to Steven S. Biss, the attorney that Judge Lauck criticized for being “unintelligible”,  to Defango’s foul language and use of mind altering drugs to maintain his lifestyle as an unemployable cyber genius, to Queen Tut’s furnishing the court with false documents in lieu of a credible defense, to Jason Goodman hitting Marcus Conte with his pink umbrella…one has to wonder what in the world is going on.

And now what has surfaced is that grand piano player Thomas Schoenberger, who claims to have composed thousands of musical scores, when no one has ever witnessed him playing a piano.

We are not in the land of Gucci, but some kind of Alternative Media flea market where merchandisers peddle cheap plastic counterfeits.  And in the process, real America is being destroyed by these fakers.

The cheap Imitation of Black Cube’s reputation repair business became Shadowbox Strategies

It was Thomas Schoenberger, the persistent manipulator of all those he encounters,  that founded the reputation repair business known as Shadowbox Strategies.  Some of those company documents which revealed fee structures and marketing methods was displayed on Defango TV, as Manuel Chavez, III prepared to send documentation to the attorneys for the Aaron Rich defamation lawsuit.

Black Cube’s main business is to provide litigation support and they make use of the resources of former Mossad and Israeli operatives, to provide quality services to their clients.  One of their clients was Harvey Weinstein who was arrested on May 25, 2018 on rape and sexual misconduct charges, and who was able to be released on one million dollars bail.

A Look at Black Cube’s Contract with Weinstein

Ronon Farrow, who won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for public service and authored War on Peace:  The End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American Influence, published an article November 6, 2017 with the New Yorker.  Farrow titled it, Harvey Weinstein’s Army of Spies:  The film executive hired private investigators, including ex-Mossad agents, to track actresses and journalists.

Farrow begins, “In the fall of 2016, Harvey Weinstein set out to suppress allegations that he had sexually harassed or assaulted numerous women.  He began to hire private security agencies to collect information on the women and the journalists trying to expose the allegations.”

One of those agencies was “Black Cube, an enterprise run largely by former officers of Mossad and other Israeli intelligence agencies.”  Farrow says, “Two private investigators from Black Cube, using false identities, met with the actress Rose McGowan, who eventually publicly accused Weinstein of rape, to extract information from her.  One of the investigator’s pretended to be a women’s-rights advocate and secretly recorded at least four meetings with McGowan.  The same operative, using a different false identity and implying that she had an allegation against Weinstein, met twice with a journalist to find out which women were talking to the press.”

According to this New Yorker article, “The explicit goal of the investigations, laid out in one contract with Black Cube, signed in July, was to stop the publication of the abuse allegations against Weinstein that eventually emerged in the New York Times and The New Yorker.”

Farrow adds, “Over the course of a year, Weinstein had the agencies “target,” or collect information on, dozens of individuals, and compile psychological profiles that sometimes focused on their personal or sexual histories…In some cases, the investigative effort was run through Weinstein’s lawyers, including David Boies…”

Where have we encountered the issue of Conflict of Interests before?

“Boies personally signed the contract directing Black Cube to attempt to uncover information that would stop the publication of a Times story about Weinstein’s abuses, while his firm was also representing the Times, including in a libel case”.

Further down in Farrow’s article, he writes, “Techniques like the one used by the agencies on Weinstein’s behalf are almost always kept secret, and, because such relationships are often run through law firms, the investigations are theoretically protected by attorney-client privilege, which could prevent them from being disclosed in court.  The documents and sources reveal the tools and tactics available to powerful individuals to suppress negative stories and, in some cases, forestall criminal investigations.”

Success Fees to obstruct the publication of facts

On page 6, Farrow comments on the July contract with Black Cube, noting that several “success fees” would allow the agency to receive “an additional $300,000 if the agency provides intelligence which will directly contribute to the efforts to completely stop the Article from being published at all in any shape or form.”

“The contracts also show some of the techniques that Black Cube employs”.  These included using a “project manager, intelligence analysts, linguists, and ‘Avatar Operators’ specifically hired to create fake identities on social media, as well as ‘operations experts with extensive experience in social engineering’.”  There are other interesting facts and observations which Farrow discusses, and I recommend reading the entire New Yorker article which is linked in a prior paragraph.

Distracting from the real story of underlying relationships  

So let’s get back to what was going on with Crowdsource the Truth around the time of the Port of Charleston dirty bomb incident which caused mainstream media and the general public to turn aside to find out how a YouTube journalist managed to shut down a major U. S. Port for eight hours, and gain new subscribers as a reward.

At that very same time, the Seth Rich story which had been headlined on CSTT, was winding down when Jason Goodman  started accusing Defango of spoofing the files.

Defango was a business associate in 2017 of Shadowbox Strategies, Thomas Schoenberger, Trevor Fitzgibbons and Ed Butowski, and others.  Those former associations are now being looked at in association with the Aaron Rich defamation lawsuit which resulted because of false allegation made in regard to his brother,Seth Rich’s death.

But what most YouTube viewers are seeing now is constant squabbling between Schoenberger and Defango about their past history together.  In the meantime, persons who were acquainted with Thomas Schoenberger and his online puzzles, are publicly discussing his methods of harassing people on the internet.

In the past few days, Abel Danger has featured several videos on Thomas Schoenberger.    Two of those includes the August 9, 2019 YouTube video published by Jethro and the August 11, 2019 video called Jesse’s Full Story Regarding Thomas Schoenberger-Case Study #4.

Both of the above videos are insightful.  Jesse also provides a link to some legal documents and court records on Schoenberger, in addition to his video explanation of what happened to his wife’s mental health after engaging with the online puzzle maker and his gang stalking associates.  It appears that Schoenberger is so manipulative that he impersonated a medical doctor in an attempt to interfere in the treatment of Jesse’s wife.

As usual, it helps to draw back once in awhile to gain a panoramic view of these bizarre interactions on the internet.  Please be cautious always with online strangers who want to inject themselves into your life.  Often it is only hindsight that reveals what the true motives were, and how some of these players are lining their pockets.




D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman Documents 83-84: Letters on Proposed Disqualification of Presiding Judge

On July 29, 2019, Documents 83 and 84 were filed with the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York in the D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman civil RICO lawsuit.

Document 83  (18 pages)  Sweigert letter to Goodman regarding Proposed Disqualification of Presiding Judge-Part Four

sweigert v goodman doc 83 july 29 2019

Document 84  (16 pages)  Sweigert letter to Goodman regarding Proposed Disqualification of Presiding Judge-Part Three

sweigert v goodman doc 84 july 29 2019


D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman RICO lawsuit Document 79: Praecipe for the Clerk

On July 15, 2019, Document 79 was filed in the United States District Court, Southern District of New York (Foley Square) in the D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman lawsuit.

Document 79 (3 pages) Praecipe for the Clerk

sweigert vs goodman doc 79 july 15 2019

Marcus Conte: Clueless in New Yuck City

As a mad man who casteth firebrands, arrows, and death, so is the man that deceiveth his neighbour, and saith, Am not I in sport?  Proverbs 26:18-19

Lately Marcus Conte has been obsessing over LARP theory, and he has suggested  that the involvement of  George Webb and Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth in causing the June 14, 2017 shut down of the Port of Charleston over a dirty bomb hoax, was nothing more than “a comedy”.

When I first heard of Marcus Conte, I thought he was an immature 20-year old.  However, he is actually 55.  I am astonished by the disconnect between his online personality and his actual age.

Marcus Conte was a featured guest on Jason Goodman’s Crowdsource the Truth on two occasions; on September 19, 2017 in DSNY Whistle Blower, and also on March 7, 2018 in Taking Out the Trash- DSNY Whistleblower Marcus Conte Gets His Day in Court.    

More recently, one of my readers sent me the link to the YouTube video seen below so I could read the comments from the viewers. Conte likes to make vile remarks, as for example in his introduction to this video, as he appears to have an obsession with Gay Larpers.

On July 1, 2019,  Marcus Conte uploaded this video, saying “Marcus Conte reporting from ass, man my ass hurts from recovering from Gay Pride Day…”

Other videos this week include the distasteful and defamatory image of the President of the United States.

In 2016, Marc Conte, who is highly critical of others who sue for defamation of character, filed two discrimination complaints with the New York Supreme Court, plus an appeal, asking for $250,000 in damages from the New York Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and the New York State Division of Human Rights (NYSDHR).

One of several complaints against the DSNY, was classified by Marcus Conte as  Homophobia, stating, “A handful of students, teachers, supervisors and agents in the field started a rumor I am Gay (homosexual) because I lived in the village for many years and worked in the predominately gay-male catering industry; and because I inquired in class about health benefits for my domestic partner.  I never said I was gay.  Many assumed it based on their preconceived notions of what a gay person is, and is not.”

Marcus Conte YouTube

At some point, Jason Goodman and Marcus Conte parted ways, and this was discussed in Conte’s  June 27, 2019, Lost in LARPville-with Steve Outtrim.  Exposing the Inside World of Online Larping,

At the 1.20.45 mark we hear Marcus Conte offering a completely different viewpoint from the homophobia complaint he made against his employer.

Marcus Conte:  “I was able to get George Webb and Jason Goodman off my back very easily, right?  I made 10 videos and Jason, I mean, I, I go, I shop, he doesn’t even know that, but I, I’m, I’m next to his door twice a week.  I shop at the you know, the Whole Foods, right downstairs from his house, right and, and, and Webb is, these people, what I’m trying to say is that the truth can’t really, you, if you stay grounded in the truth, you’re immune to idiots like George Webb and, and Jason Goodman.”

“They can’t, they can’t affect you, I mean, I, I, speculated based on reliable evidence that, that George Webb fucked Jason and his ass on his couch, right?  And I say that, I say that right, on the,  right to his face, I said it to his face right, you know, and it’s, it’s like, is it true?  So if it’s not true, how does that hurt you? You do live in the gayest neighborhood in Manhattan, right?  You live in buff fucking central in, in Chelsea, right?  Is it and you have a, you have a mysterious man sleeping on your couch for four weeks.  Is it…”.

Steve Outtrim:  “Yeah, and he has a spoof obsession..”

Marcus Conte:  “Right, so, so if that isn’t true, you look in the camera, say, ‘How fucking ridiculous is that, I am you know, I, this is who I am and, and, and it’s just not true and what would be the shame and, in being homosexual anyways, it’s not a shame, it’s just funny that, that George may have fucked Jason’s ass, right, you know?  That’s, that’s humor and there’s this truth in humor, now is that, is that, do I become part of the LARP?  Conte, they accused me of being the LARP, ‘Oh, he just an insert, he’s inserting himself in the story.’  No, I’m just curious who killed her, who killed Jen Moore and did Jason fuck, did George fuck Jason’s ass?  Anyway, I digress.” (1.22.42)

Appeals Judgment finds Conte’s Arguments Unavailing

On March 29, 2018, the following court decision was made, in regard to Marcus Conte’s Appeal of his legal complaints against the DSNY: 

The 10 ticket quota non-issue

Marcus Conte was held up as a “whistle blower” by the media, because one of his complaints against the DSNY involved a 10 ticket/day quota for Sanitation Enforcement Agents (SEA), which he  claimed was evidence of department corruption.

Marcus Conte, SEA worked for less than a year as a code enforcer for the New York Department of Sanitation, and then he was fired after several  Unsatisfactory Performance Reviews and 9 warnings were given.

It is regrettable that the means of measuring the productivity of DSNY enforcement agents was a ticket quota that also brought in revenue.  This dual purpose of a quota made it an easy target for a disgruntled employee to cast aspersions, rather than to suggest another cost efficient means of measuring  productivity.

The problem for DSNY supervisors is, that once their agents leave the office, no one really knows if they are doing their job or sitting in a cafe drinking coffee for 5 hours. The taxpayer has a right to expect that public servants put in an honest day’s work.

The downside of quotas is that some employees might write tickets where no offense has occurred, to meet the baseline minimum requirement.  Those ticket revenues help to offset the public cost of having to employ code enforcement agents, so it is not wrong for supervisors to be aware of that reality.  But this issue is more complex than Marcus Conte would have you believe.  It appears his solution is that Department of Sanitation agents should not be monitored for performance at all; however, implementation of that idea encourages those employees who are slackers, to do nothing productive throughout their work day.

The Documented Legal Complaints of Marc Conte 

[The New York Supreme Court Appellate Division documents for Marc Conte vs. City of New York Department of Sanitation [DSNY] and New York State Division of Human Rights [NYSDHR] (136 pages) can be read here:  marc conte vs dsny]

In petitioning the Appellate Court, Marc Conte summarized the nature of his case as  “Employment discrimination and retaliation for wrongful termination from employment; filed on 12/3/16.  This is an Article 78 to Reverse NYSDHR “No Probable Cause” decision on June 2, 2016, and find Respondent DSNY Guilty of unlawful discrimination and retaliation; Award me damages in the sum of $250,000.”

In a Statement of Claim dated July 22, 2015 (page 128), Marc Conte begins, “I am a 51-year old WHITE male with a criminal arrest and conviction record, drug & alcohol history (disability), and I am a practicing vegan-Buddhist.  I was hired by the City of New York on December 08, 2014 as a Sanitation Enforcement Agent (SEA).  I do not fit-in in any way with the majority of 95% younger black & Hispanic Christian supervisors and co-workers.”

“Despite my above average work ethic and the fact I satisfy the department’s 10-ticket per day quota I have been persistently harassed, antagonized and issued false and misleading [negative] performance evaluations in an attempt to get me fired and or get me to quit.  There are no other employees other than myself I can see who does his work but is so openly and obviously discriminated for the above-mentioned differences….”.

Conte’s police record with the City of New York which he references, stems from his  1981, 1984, 1993, 1994, and 1996 convictions involving drugs, aggravated harassment, theft of services, and assault with intention to cause serious injury with/weapon.  And when we combine this with other biographical information, it is dismaying that Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth and others in Alt Media have promoted Marcus Conte as a whistle blower, when the record of his legal complaints tells another story.

Forced Out of a Career He Loved?

On page 127, Conte relates, “People who hate me for who they think I am forced me out of a career I loved.  As a result, I am experiencing anxiety, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, humiliation and a pending sense of financial doom.  I waited 2-1/2 years to be called for this job, only to have this last year be a living nightmare.  I was attending therapy for my troubles but now I can’t afford it (no health insurance).  As well, I was cheated out of $800 in uniform disbursement.  I am seeking compensatory damages in the sum of $250,000, and any additional damages the Division see fit.  I have no interest whatsoever in returning to work for the Respondent.”

The thing I noticed right away, is that although Marc Conte claims he loved his job, his actions say something else.  Less than two months on the job, he had requested time off to attend a job interview for another agency!  He was allowed time off, but because he deemed the travel time allowed to be insufficient, he went AWOL to attend his interview.  Coinciding with that event, that day just happened to be a snow day, and so he was required to be at work for Snow Duty, and to forgo the interview. A complaint was written up by his supervisor when he was absent without leave.

From my own personal experience in the corporate world, no new employee would ever be so brazen as to request time off to go to a job interview for another agency.  Why did he take the job in the first place, and waste everyone’s time and training expenses, if he did not sincerely intend to stay?

Also of interest is that one of Conte’s instructors commented that she found him “argumentative”, “he always disagreed with something and wanted to put things his way” and “everything you asked or told him, he always had to second-guess it”.

No kidding!  After watching just 3 videos of Marcus Conte speaking in his incoherent style was enough to convince me of the credibility of the instructor’s comments.  

What did Marc Conte aka Marcus Conte aka Marcus Goodwin do before he sued DSNY?

Marcus Conte has written two books.  The first was published on December 1, 2000, under the pen name Marcus Goodwin, and titled, The Psychic Investor:  Use Your Intuition Plus Investing Fundamentals to Profit in the Stock Market. 

On March 31, 2000, George Manner wrote an article for  about Conte aka Goodwin called, Wall Street’s Return to Paranormalcy:  This is no April Fool’s joke:  a Wall Street trade group’s lunch with a psychic investor.”

One of the anecdotes we learn from The article is that “Goodwin, born Marc Conte, learned about his own psychic powers in a rather dramatic fashion, as he explains in the book.  When he was 7 years old, his family moved from the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn to Las Vegas.  It was there that, one day in the desert, a strange man walked up to Marc, addressed him by name without benefit of introduction, and told the boy that the two of them were ‘sensitives’ who would inherit the earth.  The child later realized that the man in the desert was none other than billionaire Howard Hughes.”



The other book written by Marcus Conte in 2012, is Wake Yourself Up:  Spiritual Enlightenment Right Here, Right Now.  That book can be read in this pdf:marcus conte wake yourself up book

The About section of this book gives the following biographical details.

Marcus Conte: The Hypocrite who baits others with nonsensical arguments

I recently viewed Marcus Conte’s June 29, 2019, YouTube video Trump Takes Down Jimmy Carter, Religious Police in Alabama, LARP Feuds Continue.  It seems that Marcus Conte had asked Dave Sweigert aka Dave Acton of Prepper Kitty Intel YouTube to come on his show to address the subject of LARPS and lawsuits. Dave Sweigert declined, so Marcus Conte played portions of a PKI video and offered his comments.

At the 22.35 mark of Conte’s video he plays the PKI video, and Dave Sweigert is heard remarking, “…since your last interview was with Fandango.  So Marcus says, Well, don’t you think it’s a sign of weakness to sue people you disagree with?

To which Marcus Conte interjects with his answer, exclaiming,  “Yes!

[Marc Conte, how do you characterize your weakness when you filed your legal complaint against the DSNY, for $250,000 in damages?]

The clip continues with Sweigert saying, “I said, Oh you mean Port of Charleston and the response was, ‘Oh, that was a comedy show.’  The Port of Charleston was a comedy show?  When did that happen?  When was the Port of Charleston a comedy show?”

Marcus Conte then comments with sarcasm on Dave Sweigert’s remarks at the 23.23 mark,saying  “he takes the high ground.  He’s the expert.  I know more than you about this stuff.  I’m the brother of the, of the accused, I, … you know.  It’s great.”

The clip of PKI continues playing, with Dave Sweigert saying, “The last I heard the Port of Charleston incident cost the Maersk shipping line like 4 million dollars.”  To which Marcus Conte replies, “He starts to make a case that the Maersk Memphis is the reason why that happened was because of, of his stupid brother who is a guy who is in ….”.

Back to Lost in LARPVILLE…

In the June 27, 2019, Marcus Conte interview with Steve Outtrim called Lost in LARPville-with Steve Outtrim. Exposing the Inside World of Online Larping, at the 28.30 mark we hear something that almost borders on coherence.

Marcus Conte:  “…what comes first, the LARP or the, the information influx, that’s what I still, I still, you know beg to differ that I think that the money, the, the LARP, the natural talent is there and then the LARP is approached because I’ve never, every situation that in my, my brief experience, my little fame that I have, right, is that the LARP that I’m approached that, that someone approaches me with this idea, right, like initially the – my whistleblowing was -I, I, I had presented that to the public, Goodman picked it up right away and, and they crowdsourced the truth, ran with it, right and but, but, but every situation after that well it seemed to have been some friendly guy coming over you know, we’ll take care of you by the way, we got this, you know this, this story you know and I can prove all that with the, you know, through the emails and then and then and then you’re watching all this, and then and then Webb’s girlfriend and partner dies!”

[Whoa, whoa!  What friendly guy promised “We’ll take care of you….?”

“…that’s where, that’s what I’m trying to say and then and then, the lawsuits.  There’s a dead, a dead, dead player, there’s , there’s lawsuits I don’t care about their feelings.  I don’t care about that, that George’s brother Dave Acton says Jason hurt his feelings because he smeared them online.  That’s all bullshit.  You sign up for it, you sign up to be alarmed, you interject your Jason’s, Jason is not is, is not a, a credible, you know, outstanding character and honest player, whatsoever.  However, people that, that, the larps that surround him and Webb sign up for it, right.  They inject themselves like Defango, like Quinn Michaels, like I mean, then the list goes on and on, Thomas Paine, right, Dave Acton…” (30.47)

At the 1.19.30 mark of this video, Marcus Conte and Steve Outtrim are discussing LARPS, and Conte remarks that they “play on the emotion- it’s a valid art form in my view, I just draw the line when people are murdered, (laughing) and, and, and people start throwing lawsuits at each other just to justify their actions.  I just, I think, I think…”

Steve Outtrim: “…before you get to the, the lawsuits, you know what I think.  When it turns to slander, to defamation, trying to mess up somebody’s career, either by spreading lies about them, you know in a public forum or by directly contacting their employers and business associates and spreading lies about them in whisper campaigns that stuff could be very, very destructive and the internet is forever.  It’s hard to get some of that stuff away so they do need to be some legal remedies and resources and you know I think that we differ on how we see what George Webb’s brother is doing.  I see him as a hero of this piece because even though he has worked for the Deep State or organizations in the past, he’s also a legitimate whistle blower.  You know he sued the CIA over a case of reporting misspending of funds and he won that case, and it went on to continue to have a career in the intelligence community…”

And on it goes.  Marcus Conte is LOST in LARPville, and in over his head when it comes to discussing ethics, law, reality…but no matter, Howard Hughes will be returning to inherit the earth with Conte…  






In Remembrance of the Port of Charleston Dirty Bomb Hoax June 14, 2017

Flag Day – June 14 –  Tracking the Leopard Meroz would like to honor  those Americans who  respect the delicate bonds which hold  a free and civilized society together, ensuring our continuance as a great nation.

We are nearing another June the 14th Flag Day, made infamous in 2017, when the Port of Charleston was shutdown for 8 hours, as law enforcement agencies responded to a report of a dirty bomb aboard the Memphis Maersk. 

Curiously, the originator of that report handed off his information to two YouTube broadcast journalists, rather than taking direct  responsibility to quietly warn the United States Coastguard of his concerns.

Those two internet Crowdsource the Truth broadcasters, George Webb and Jason Goodman, appear in hindsight to have willfully neglected to conduct due diligence as a reasonable inquiry into their source’s background,  prior to relying on that informant’s rumor. The finding by the U. S. Coast Guard that the dirty bomb rumor was false revealed that Webb’s reliance on his hidden source was a mirage.  Therefore this begs the question as to whether or not the promotion of this hoax as a monetized CSTT publicity stunt had been undertaken with the assurance of a protection agreement to  shield the participants with an immunity from criminal prosecution.

Why does an aura of impunity surround Webb and Goodman?

In November of 2018, Steve Outtrim of Cryptobeast  interviewed former CSTT researcher Queen Tut, who had exposed the identity of George Webb’s hidden source as a former FBI informant named Okey Marshall Richards.  She also described her understanding that Richards had been given the handle of Mr. Hudson by Jason Goodman, so that he could be featured as a regular guest on CSTT.  If that story is verified to be true, it would indicate that Jason Goodman, in a show of mockery, was featuring Richards in plain sight as a sign of impunity for getting away with their joint participation in the dirty bomb hoax as a criminal act.

Goodman has denied all responsibility, as seen in his Document 9-1, Memorandum in Support of Motion to Dismiss, filed August 3, 2018 in the D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman RICO lawsuit.

Jason Goodman declared, “Plaintiff’s brother George W. Sweigert and George W. Sweigert’s associates were the initial source of information and went to great lengths to convince defendant that there was imminent and grievous danger to the public.  Defendant acted in good faith, reporting on open source information and information provided by Plaintiff’s associates, to alert authorities of possible danger and what defendant was caused to believe to be an imminent and serious public threat.”

Jason Goodman contemplates the world of his own creation: the justification of reckless and unrestrained speech as a new form of journalism called Crowdsource the Truth

Subsequent to this incident, various persons had speculated that this event was a government-sponsored psychological operation to restrict free speech on the internet.

That concern diverted the public’s focus away from the serious nature of this internet hoax, which had served to threaten our nation’s sensitive economic infrastructure.

Former CIA agent Robert David Steele, who downplayed George Webb’s role in the hoax, calling him a patsy, effectively cut the publicly viewed chain of accountability for the bomb hoax in half.

The remaining half of the visible part of the chain, Jason Goodman, as the sole owner of Crowdsource the Truth, is now the premier defendant in two separate federal civil lawsuits.  On September 1, 2017, Robert David Steele sued Jason Goodman, Patricia Negron and Queen Tut for defamation.  And on the one year anniversary of the Port of Charleston dirty bomb hoax, D. George Sweigert sued Jason Goodman in a civil RICO lawsuit.

As Ecclesiastes 8:11 wisely observes,  “because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.”  And so we continue to view a continuing stream of  false narratives on YouTube, which continue unfettered, as a result of the lack of criminal prosecution of the purveyors of the Port of Charleston hoax.

Back to the Future when accusations were RICOcheting as a self-fulfilling prophecy

In my files I have a partial transcription of a July  13, 2017  video uploaded by Defango on YouTube, called Crowdsource the Backlash/Defango is a Dangerous Criminal/RICO. 

In that video, Defango was in discussion with Dave Acton (Dave Sweigert)  concerning an on-air phone conversation between Dave and the hosts of Crowdsource the Truth; Jason Goodman, George Webb, and Trish Negron.

Dave Sweigert has a lengthy and impressive resume which includes an extensive educational and employment history in information security, and he has an ongoing, practical interest in American jurisprudence.  Jason Goodman once owned 21st Century 3D, and was employed as a 3-D cameraman in Hollywood.  George Webb (Sweigert) was a salesman prior to having his own YouTube channel, where he reports on political corruption.

Around the 2 minute mark of Defango’s video, a section of a Crowdsource the Truth video is replayed, as transcribed below.

Dave Acton:  There’s Trish in the middle.  Trish, I’m glad you’re laughing because I want to ask you about the ten years you spent on an audit committee of a Wall Street trading company, you know a lot about insider trading, don’t you?  You’ve been warned time and time again.  I know all those audit committee members have to sign statements about their knowledge.  Their knowledge of the corporation and prohibitions against insider trading so you’ve been warned and warned and warned.  If this is an insider trading stunt that you guys are planning to create a market crash- to create a Wall Street panic…

Jason Goodman:  Wall street?  Crash?

Dave Acton:  There’s evidence out there that’s what this is about…(over-talking by Jason)

Jason Goodman:…especially with the Maersk?

Dave Acton:  Alright, let’s go on…(3.14) (George Webb talks about Silk Airways)…(3.29)  You know he said yesterday that Seth Rich was  little league baseball game- it was a nothing – I thought that was what he built his career on.  George!  Now all of a sudden Seth Rich is nothing, and now it’s the Syrian weapons, and now it’s my brother Dave, OK?

Jason Goodman:  Say one thing about…Dave?  I want to invite him to join our broadcast, to report on it.  Yes, calm down, chill out, stop threatening us and just join us!

George Webb:  Wait till you see how much he can help you with the NATO Generals.

Jason Goodman:  I’m sure he could.

Dave Acton:  I want to know exactly what I’m supposed to know about NATO generals, since I’ve never met a NATO general.  I want to know what my knowledge is supposed to be about NATO generals.  Again, 10,000 people have heard this phantom of George’s that I’m involved with NATO generals.  How?  Tell me, George!  Explain to me how I’m involved with NATO generals and Syrian weapons transfers and human trafficking.

(Defango stops the audio to insert his explanation of a Twitter example of market manipulation.)

(6.03)  Dave Acton:…your ilk, but you want me to come on this show?  Because I really don’t want to be accessory to what you guys are planning.  As much as you run around collecting evidence with your conclusions, I could collect evidence right now saying, I think this is a planned market manipulation.  I think this is a planned panic.  I think they’re going to say there’s a dirty bomb in Manhattan.  I think they’re going to do it just the right way and the market’s going to close for about 4-5 minutes which is enough time to make billions of dollars.  All you internet researchers, all you people claiming that you love the internet- you don’t want to see it shut down…why don’t you look up the Associated Press Twitter hack in 2013?  Do some research, get off your…

(Defango interrupts to discuss the Twitter story and adds his comments on Trish Negron trading her shares out, moving money around…)

(7.24)  Dave Acton:  …your ass.  Go look it up right now, Associated Press Twitter Attack-White House-Obama’s been injured-bomb attack.  How many billions of dollars were lost in a minute and a half with a little rumor like that?  What do you think a big rumor like there’s a dirty bomb at Wall Street?  What do you think that would do?  These are the people that do it.  They would make millions of dollars – millions.  But unfortunately there’s a Racketeering Notice out there, isn’t there?  You guys are potential defendants in a racketeering case.  So if you make even one dime in a scenario like that you’ll just have to give it back – you’ll just have to give it back.

That’s why we have to do racketeering public notices.  So Jason, they’re not threats.  They’re prevention.  They’re protections for our country from the ilks of you.  I don’t see what you guys are accomplishing.  I don’t see what you’re contributing to public policy.  I don’t see what you’re doing – all I see is that you’re slandering me again and you’re bringing this whole scenario in that somehow there’s NATO generals that Dave can help us with.  I don’t want to be an accessory to market manipulation, that’s why I’m not going to be on your show.  I don’t want to be a co-conspirator – that’s why I’m not going to be on your show.  I suggest you guys lawyer up.

(12:46)  Jason Goodman:  (speaking of a previous Defango video)  What I’d like to know is if there is anyone in the Crowdsource community… I’m not going to sue him.  I’m not threatening him with a lawsuit.  (Defango overtalks Jason)  I’d like to know if there are any law enforcement professionals who can assist us with bringing charges of cyber bullying, cyber harassment, fraud.  Defango is repurposing our videos, he’s monetizing them, your (i.e. George Webb’s) brother Dave Acton gave him (i.e. Defango) $5.00 on air last night – THAT’S RICO, bro!  Dave Acton’s accused us of RICO.

Deliberate Acts Have A Motive  

The Port of Charleston shutdown faded away quickly from the collective memory of the American public; yet after two years, there still remain a few who desire to know the reasons behind the lack of prosecution of this hoax as a criminal offense.

If one reflects on the transcribed conversation above which places George Webb, Jason Goodman, and Trish Negron on one side of the Port of Charleston controversy, and Dave Acton (Dave Sweigert) on the other, there is a sharp line of demarcation. It is Dave Acton that draws that line, as he points out the movers and shakers of that hoax, possible motives, and possible future plans to enlarge the hoax for profiteering motives.

At that time, Acton attempted to restrain the actions of Crowdsource the Truth through what he terms racketeering public notices. Jason Goodman responded by deflecting this RICO application to his activities back on to Dave Acton. In subsequent months, Goodman, as the villain Antagonist used similar tactics of DEFLECTION to target hero Protagonist Dave “Acton” Sweigert, in this never ending YouTube drama.

The glitch in Jason Goodman’s fantasy island are two federal civil lawsuits against him

As previously mentioned, on Flag Day,  June 14, 2018, D. George Sweigert in the capacity of Private Attorney General, filed a federal CIVIL RICO lawsuit against Jason Goodman for the Port of Charleston dirty bomb hoax.  This court case was transferred from Charleston, South Carolina to the Eastern District of New York, where it now sits in mute silence, awaiting judicial response.

Just prior to the filing of the RICO lawsuit, Dave Sweigert filed several Declarations in the Robert David Steele defamation lawsuit against Jason Goodman.  Presently that lawsuit has entered the Discovery phase, and Dave Sweigert is awaiting judicial response to his motion to be an Intervenor plaintiff in the Steele lawsuit.

In the meantime, anyone who displeases Jason Goodman is being falsely accused (without evidentiary support) of being part of the actual originators or co-conspirators of that dirty bomb hoax.   It is astonishing to read in court documents that Jason Goodman, in spite of the penalty for perjury, has invented a false historical account of the Port of Charleston incident to escape his own accountability for that event.

Jason Goodman as a Walter Mitty type, where fantasy attempts to hold back reality

Jason Goodman’s demeanor 9 years ago, as seen in this DV Culture video, when he was promoting his 21st Century 3D  camera business, is vibrant and he seems very much in his element.

That personal style has not carried over into his Crowdsource the Truth interviews, where he is a fish out of water as a broadcast journalist, which requires both analytical skills and the practice of ethics.

Jason Goodman as seen in a short clip of DV Culture in 2010

As a contrast to another YouTuber,  Lionel Nation,  who has successfully transitioned  from a career as a trial lawyer to that of a solo broadcast commentator, Jason Goodman is entirely dependent upon his guests to provide any type of interesting commentary.

Another skill that sets Lionel Nation apart is his wonderful ability to relate with his viewers; a trait which was perfected as a trial attorney, who had to connect to both the jurors and the judge to successfully plead his case.

Jason Goodman, on the other hand, when he does a monologue, prefers to speak to his audience in his favored rant style, usually as a “rage” walk through the streets of New York.  This failure to interact naturally with others is encapsulated in the testimony of both Queen Tut and Quinn Michaels who have testified that Jason Goodman views young women as Tinder companions, in which he reveals his naked virility. There are numerous examples of Goodman defaming former associates, once they are no longer of value to him.

This use of others highly contrasts with our internet broadcaster example,  Lionel Nation, who frequently makes affectionate references to his wife, who is sitting near him in the background at their home or on their travels.  How one lives beyond the camera lens,  greatly influences the on-air presence of a broadcast journalist and thus the demographics of  the viewing audience.  Jason Goodman is greatly in error to argue that his opponents have the power to reduce his audience numbers; audience loyalty is contingent on their personal viewing relationship with the show host.

I mentioned earlier in this post,  the Walter Mitty aspect of Jason Goodman’s personality. The Wikipedia article on James Thurber’s short story The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, first published in The New Yorker in 1939 points out that “The name Walter Mitty and the derivative word ‘Mittyesque’ have entered the English language, denoting an ineffectual person who spends more time in heroic daydreams than paying attention to the real world, or more seriously, one who intentionally attempts to mislead or convince others that he is something that he is not.

Move over Washington Post!  Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth has arrived!

For at least two years now, Jason Goodman of Crowdsource the Truth has been attempting to convince all thinking peoples that he is a broadcast journalist who has introduced to the world a powerful crowdsourcing form of journalism.  [see my June 6, 2018 article, Jason Goodman & Crowdsource the Truth:  The Fallacy of No Fault Journalism].

As recently as June 6, 2019, Jason Goodman was explaining (3.22) to guest Michael Volpe that “…now Crowdsource the Truth is all about having journalists and lawyers and politicians and law enforcement people and anyone who’s a witness to anything, come forward, bring their information forward and provide a platform for them to do that so we can collectively, as a community, crowdsource that information, vet it collectively, etc.”

Goodman adds, “Now that doesn’t mean that every single person who contacts me I’m gonna put on the show or that I’m somehow obliged to put them on the show.  I have my own process for vetting people.”

At the (4.21) mark, he explains, “…when I created Crowdsource the Truth, I was looking around at the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, Fox, MSNBC, all of these news agencies of record, where there are many people who are accredited journalists who have graduated from journalism schools and in some cases even won Pultizer Prizes.  And we’re seeing that many of these Pulitzer Prize winners have been reporting on totally fake news like this Russian hoax.  They get tons of things wrong even with massive staffs  of hundreds or even thousands of people to do this research; they don’t seem to be able to properly vet their sources so I’m not considering myself a journalist in the way that those people are journalists.”

“I’m trying to do a new process that relies on a crowdsource method so there are going to be people that slip under the wire and bring us false information and get on the air.  That’s certainly not the intent, and as always if someone has evidence that helps us understand a story better, that’s what we want whether it agrees or disagrees with the guest is irrelevant…”

Goodman  has substituted the long established high standards of investigative journalism for a viewer mob-ruled form of unsubstantiated reporting.  The effect of this so called “powerful” new form of journalism is that the content is often legally defamatory.

But Jason Goodman’s Greatest Conspiracy Theory is yet to be translated into Legalese

As the Walter Mitty styled defendant in the Robert David Steele federal civil defamation lawsuit, Goodman in his May 29, 2019, Document 118 provided under Background Information the following statement as a reason why he should not have to comply with the plaintiff’s Discovery requests.

He declared, “Defendant Goodman has alleged a conspiracy between Plaintiff, Intervenor Applicant, co-Defendant Lutzke/Holmes and numerous third parties.  This conspiracy is intended to disrupt, de-fund, defame, embarrass and otherwise frustrate the Defendant in an effort to chill Defendant’s journalistic efforts.  The conspiracy has been publicly acknowledged by Intervenor Applicant in a multiparty call, broadcast on YouTube as indicated by Defendant in previous pleadings (ECF No. 78 EXHIBIT A).  Any information gleaned from this instant legal action would almost assuredly be used to continue this effort.”  [ rds doc 118 may 29 2019]

Jason Goodman’s Days of Deflection began before the dirty bomb hoax

Let’s digress a bit to the aftermath of the June 14, 2017 Port of Charleston dirty bomb hoax, when George Webb and Jason Goodman first showed up on the Tracking the Leopard Meroz radar.

It was a month after that on July 13, 2017 that I posted my first article on this broadcast team, headlined as Jason Goodman In A Nutshell.  In that article, I began by quoting from a May 30, 2017 video uploaded on CSTT titled Hillary & McCabe’s Goons are Closing In:  Proof of Life from George Webb.

I report, “At the 7:12 mark of this preposterous video, George Webb who is acting as if his life is in danger, is thinking of what should be engraved on his tomb stone.”

George Webb: …so if I have an epitaph you know this is what I want it to say so…

Jason Goodman: right, George

George Webb: yeah, I, I, I haven’t been totally honest with you either; I think they picked you to ah document this so..

Jason Goodman:  What the hell are you talking about?

Finally Jason Goodman asks a good question!  And I commented in that article, “Now there is a fact checking question if I ever heard one. Too bad that this basic principle of  journalism is not being taught to these Crowdsourced Truthers.”

The poor helpless patsy:  not a brain in that pretty little head!

It is a documented fact that Robert David Steele, the former CIA agent, had handpicked George Webb to report on his #UNRIG campaign cross-country tour.  However, George Webb showed no reciprocal  interest in this project, and in the above dialogue we note that  George Webb is claiming that some hidden “they” had handpicked Jason Goodman to document “this”, whatever that means.

Jason Goodman had written as his video description, “With SEIU/FBI goons closing in, George calls with stunning revelations.  Johnny B can’t arrive quickly enough, I am being blocked from uploading to YouTube, trying at my end…Support this movement, become a sponsor of Crowdsource the Truth.”

So in Jason Goodman’s downgrade from a Hollywood 3-D cameraman to YouTube’s worst video of the week genre, Jason Goodman is attempting to use drama to snaggle some financial supporters.

In that same article, I ask, “So just who is this Jason Goodman who was picked to document George Webb? Why is it that in Jason Goodman’s Crowdsourcing videos, he appears to be technically inept? For example, his first interview with George Webb took place on a city roof top with so much background noise and phone glitches that he had to provide a transcript of their conversation. Some of his viewers suggested better methods of videotaping, in an effort to bring him into the 21st century.”  That statement is ironic, considering that Goodman’s business as a cameraman was 21st Century 3D.

Jason Goodman Displays the Subtle Art of Provocation

As I noted earlier, after D. George Sweigert filed his civil RICO lawsuit, Jason Goodman, as defendant replied with Documents 9, a Motion to Dismiss and 9-1, a Memorandum in Support of Motion to Dismiss, which were filed with the court on August 3, 2018.

Now Jason Goodman did a peculiar thing with Document 9/9-1.

For example, his Facts section provided one single spaced paragraph of 21 lines, typed in a small font, which made it highly difficult to read.  Also, the heading giving the identity of the Court was incomplete. Why did Jason Goodman deviate from standard rules for  federal court formatting of documents?

We know that Jason Goodman, as a Pro Se Defendant, was familiar with formatting rules because ten months earlier he had been sued by Robert David Steele in a federal civil defamation complaint.  In that Steele lawsuit, we can see in Document 44 dated April 30, 2018, that Goodman knew to use the proper headings, a larger type font, double line spacing, and paragraph breaks for easy readability.

Thus it appears that the deviation from court document formatting in the RICO lawsuit was a subtle expression of contempt for the Plaintiff D. George Sweigert. as well as the federal court system.

Alibis, the fictional storyboarding of #fakelawsuit  

Under the Facts section of Document 9-1 in the RICO lawsuit, Goodman claimed that the Plaintiff D. George Sweigert “has engaged in a more than one year long targeted harassment campaign” against him, utilizing various social media platforms and in coordination with a team of associates.”

He also asserted that the “Plaintiff has repeatedly engaged in behavior including knowingly  false information and making false statements in court filings both in this matter and an equally baseless matter filed in Virginia Federal Court by an associate of Sweigert.”

Goodman also added that “Plaintif (sp) has engaged in a plot to frame defendant Goodman for a bomb hoax perpetratd (sp) by Plaintif (sp) brother George W. Sweigert and assoiates (sp), including members of the fraudulent suit filed in Virginia.  Plaintiff make a regular practice of misusing the legal system for vindictive and punitive purposes as part of his elaborate efforts to harass his victims…”.

Under Goodman’s Argument section, he provides his alibi for his participation in the Port of Charleston dirty bomb hoax, saying in part, “Plaintiff’s brother George W. Sweigert and George W. Sweigert’s associates were the initial source of information and went to great lengths to convince defendant that there was imminent and grievous danger to the public.  Defendant acted in good faith, reporting on open source information and information provided by Plaintiff’s associates, to alert authorities of possible danger and what defendant was caused to believe to be an imminent and serious public threat.”

In honor of those who quietly and steadfastly serve to protect America’s fragile economic infrastructures

As the Days of Deflection campaign of Jason Goodman continues with a never ending,  monotonous, repetition of his false legal narrative, we must recall that it was Dave Sweigert who drew the Line of Division in this battle in that CSTT July 13, 2017 video.

And it was Dave Sweigert who was attempting to protect our nation’s economic infrastructure from  internet hoaxes when he ALONE filed a civil RICO lawsuit against Jason Goodman.

While that RICO lawsuit sits quietly in a backlogged court system, our attention is drawn to the  Robert David Steele defamation lawsuit in the June 6, 2019, filing of Document 122, which asks the court for sanctions against Jason Goodman.

In the Introduction of that document, it begins, “Throughout this proceeding, Defendant Goodman has made a fool of himself and others by publishing videos on YouTube and statements via social media that malign Plaintiffs and promote Goodman’s proclamation that this action is a “#fakelawsuit” by a “real idiot”.

Plaintiff Steele’s memorandum goes on to state that “the filing of this action did nothing to deter Goodman’s insalubrious, truculent and unlawful use of YouTube.  To the contrary, after being sued Goodman escalated his campaign of defamation and character assassination.”  On page 5, Document 122 states, “The false representations in ECF No. 78 violate Rule 11 (b)(1) and Rule 11(b)(3).  They are presented for the improper purpose of harassing Plaintiffs and needlessly and vexatiously multiplying this proceeding.  There is no evidentiary support for Goodman’s statements.”

And in that last sentence, therein lies the problem of Jason Goodman and his Crowdsource the Truth broadcasts.

Have a wonderful Flag Day this next week, and let us all display a deep regard for our hard-won freedoms, which our flag represents.