D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman Document 135: Plaintiff’s Motion to add Kerry Wolf as a Defendant

On January 6, 2020, Document 135 was filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York in the D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman lawsuit.

Document 135 (28 pages)  Plaintiff’s Letter Motion for Leave of Court to Add Kerry Wolf as a Defendant

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The Precedential U. S. Court of Appeals Decision upholding life sentences for conspiracy to commit cyberstalking resulting in death

The New Castle County Courthouse lobby in Delaware on February 11, 2013

“This was the place … that people come to peacefully resolve their disputes,” Weiss said. “The Matusiewiczes used this place, as Judge McHugh noted, as a bait, as a lure. They chose this as the place they would carry out the execution.”  USA Today.com 2/18/2016 “2 Sentenced to life in Matusiewicz cyberstalking murders”

On January 5, 2020, Rudy and Erin Davis of the LoneStar 1776 YouTube channel published a 26.52 minute video, Our first phone call with innocent prisoner Amy Gonzalez, serving LIFE for INTERSTATE CYBERSTALKING.

Erin Davis commented in the introduction, “…a lot of things change quickly.  This could be YOU next.  Her name’s Amy Gonzalez, and, uh, I think one of the – I know there’s many, but one of the most relevant things to me in this case is that it is setting a precedent.  It’s trying to set a precedent across our country for this crazy law and you know they call it case law, which to me is the same thing as evolution.  It’s lies built upon lies, built upon lies for generations and I think that it’s what this case is all about, setting a precedent in case law about what’s the stupid charge, cyberstalking..”.

Rudy:  Interstate cyberstalking.

Erin:  Yeah.  So there you go.  Here, tune in for yourself and see what you think.  Do your own research and let us know if you think she’s innocent.  And if you do, write her a post card and tell her you’re praying for her.  And please pray for her.  Thank you.  Bye.

Rudy:  And here’s our first phone call with Amy Gonzalez, sentenced to life in prison as the first person in America convicted of interstate cyberstalking.  She’s being held accountable for the crime of her dad.

Amy Gonzalez calls Rudy and Erin Davis from a prison phone.

Rudy:  (2.50) …the more I learn about your case, I just think it’s absolutely egregious and shocking.  A matter of fact, I, I just got feedback. It’s almost incredible the timing, but somebody sent some of the documents that you’ve been sending me to a lawyer and keep in mind I’m the last guy in the world to ever quote a lawyer because I don’t have any lawyer friends, but here’s what they said and I’m not, I’m not, I’m not at liberty to even say his name or anything, but I just, I just want to read to you his response if I could…he said this, he said this is guilt by association, who defended this woman?  It is an open-and-shut case of innocence or if the statute is so overbroad, why didn’t the lawyer bring a constitutional challenge motion at trial?  Is there a movement of outraged people who are willing to step up to save this woman?  How about a presidential pardon?  What do you think can be done?  This makes my blood boil…(3.51)

It comes as no surprise that this attorney quoted by Rudy Davis is not identified

The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (District of Delaware) in Case No. 16-1540 United States of America v. Amy Gonzalez, Appellant and Case No. 16-1559 United States of America v. David Matusiewicz, Appellant  filed their opinion on September 7, 2018. [see Amy Gonzalez Appeals Court Decision]

That Appeals Decision was made public almost two years ago, so I am wondering what credentials the “lawyer” quoted by Rudy Davis has, which prompts him to ask if a constitutional challenge motion had been filed on behalf of Amy Gonzalez. All that is water under the bridge.  Is this “lawyer” which Rudy Davis’ friend consulted, someone who is legally licensed to practice law, or just another self-credentialed sovereign citizen styled  legal hot air balloon? Why did this “expert” render an opinion without at least looking at the facts of the case, as summarized in the Appeals Decision?

Also, in a United States v. Matusiewicz Memorandum Opinion dated March 26, 2015, these Constitutional matters such as the “overbroad” argument against the federal statute on cyberstalking, are discussed.  [United States v. Matusiewicz].

Rudy Davis gives no place for another point of view to be expressed

The Amy Gonzalez case was brought to my attention when Robert Baty, a retired IRS Appeals Officer,  provided a link in his Kent Hovind’s Worst Nightmare Facebook group to the Appeals Court Decision.  Here is what happened when Baty took up Erin Davis’ challenge to do your own research and let us know if you think Amy Gonzalez is innocent. 

Robert Baty commented in his Facebook group, “I told you Rudy doesn’t really want to engage in an open, honest discussion of the Gonzalez case with me, or anyone else. He just proved that by posting the following in response to my post on his page…and then blocking me again.  It’s Rudy’s typical ‘go to hell’ message…”.

The Court of Appeals Decision that is precedential on Cyberstalking

Rudy and Erin Davis of Lonestar 1776 YouTube, run an online prison phone ministry to proclaim the innocence of so-called American political prisoners

As Erin Davis had commented in the LoneStar 1776 video, this case is indeed precedential.

The United States Attorney’s Office, District of Delaware, issued a statement on September 7, 2018, which included this quote:  “United States Attorney Weiss stated the following: ‘As the Court of Appeals observed, this is a watershed case of national importance.  Cyberstalking is a form of psychological terror that deeply impacts its victims.  Individuals who engage in such conduct are on notice that the Department of Justice will prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law’.”

The same press release noted that “Following a five week jury trial in the summer of 2015, Defendants were convicted of all charges, including cyberstalking resulting in death.  This was the first such case in the history of the nation.”

Two Women Ambushed and Murdered Without Pity or Compassion

The incident which caused the FBI to conduct an investigation involving Amy Gonzalez occurred on February 11, 2013, when her father Thomas Matusiewicz shot and killed two women and exchanged fire with police officers, injuring two, at the New Castle County Courthouse in Delaware. Thomas Matusiewicz was accompanied by his wife Lorene, and son David.

Thomas Matusiewicz, the shooter at the Delaware courthouse on 2/11/2013

According to the Appeals Decision, “On February 4, 2013, David Matusiewicz, and his parents, Thomas and Lenore Matusiewicz, drove to Delaware in two vehicles, which were loaded with an assault rifle, handguns, military-style knives, thousands of rounds of ammunition, restraints, body armor, binoculars, an electric shock device, gas cans, a shovel, photographs of Belford’s children and residence, and handwritten notes about Belford’s neighbors. Thomas left a note for (his daughter Amy) Gonzalez in a hutch in the family’s residence, instructing her to keep his guns for protection and that stated ‘hopefully we can end this BS now-up to Dave’.”

The Indictments

About 6 months later, on August 6, 2013, three persons were indicted; the actual shooter Thomas Matusiewicz, was unindicted due to the fact that he committed suicide at the scene of his crimes.

David Matusiewicz, his sister Amy Gonzalez, and his mother Lorene Matuseiewicz. At the bottom of this photo collage is David’s ex-wife Christine Belford who was cyber stalked by the family and murdered by Thomas Matusiewicz

David Matusiewicz, Lenore Matusiewicz, and Amy Gonzalez were indicted as follows:

(1) conspiracy to commit interstate stalking and cyberstalking, in violation of 18 U. S. C. Sections 2261 A (1) and (2), all in violation of 18. U. S. C. Section 371

(2) interstate stalking in violation of 18 U. S. C. Sections 2261 A(1), 2261 (b) and 2

(3) interstate stalking resulting in the death of Belford, in violation of 18 U. S. C. Sections 2261 A (1), 2261 (b) and 2

(4) cyberstalking resulting in the death of Belford, in violation of 18 U. S. C. sections 2261 A (2), 2261 (b) and 2

Counts One and Four were against all defendants.  Count two was only against Lenore.  Count three was against David and Lenore. All three defendants pleaded not guilty, and the case proceeded to trial.

The Zero Evidence Theory of Rudy Davis has no basis in reality

Laura “Beth” Mulford, accompanied her friend Christine Belford to the courthouse and was gunned down in cold blood

Because Rudy Davis claims that Amy Gonzalez is innocent and that there was zero evidence that she knew or was in on the planning of what her dad did, I would like to note that the above indictments did not include the murder of Belford’s friend, or the shooting of two police officers by her father, Thomas Matusiewicz.  The cyberstalking resulting in death concerned the targeting of David Matusiewicz’s ex-wife, Christine Belford by the family members who conspired to harass and defame not only Belford, but also her children, as well.

Cynthia Belford, ex-wife of David Matusiewicz, who was stalked, defamed, had a $250,00 loan forged in her name to provide funds for the kidnapping of her 3 young children, and gunned down in a court hearing ambush.




The Appeals Opinion linked at the beginning of this post, on page 5, states, “David Matusiewicz and Christine Belford were married from 2001 to 2006, during which time they had three children…The couple and their children also lived with Belford’s one child from a previous marriage.  After their divorce, Belford and David engaged in a bitter custody dispute, during which David accused Belford of being an unfit mother and suffering from mental health disorders.  On February 13, 2007, following an evaluation by a psychologist who determined that David’s allegations were unfounded, the Delaware Family Court awarded joint custody of the children.”

The Kidnapping Criminal Case which preceded the cyberstalking

“On August 26, 2007, rather than let the children return from staying with David to live with Belford, David, along with his mother Lenore, kidnapped (the three children) and absconded to Central America.  During the kidnapping, David told (one child) that Belford had committed suicide.”

According to an article posted on nj.com February 14, 2013, and updated on January 17, 2019,Gunman in Delaware courthouse shooting was a former Vineland cop, “David Matusiewicz pleaded guilty in 2009 to federal fraud and kidnapping charges after fleeing to Nicaragua in a motor home with his mother and the three girls.”

“David Matusiewicz, who was released from prison last year, kidnapped the girls after telling Belford they were going to Disney World for two weeks. The two were divorced and sharing custody at the time. Prosecutors say he forged his wife’s signature to obtain nearly $250,000 from a Delaware bank, then sent the money to his parents’ bank account and had his father transfer the money to a Bank of New Zealand account.”

“Belford sued her former husband, his parents and Gonzalez in 2009, claiming they worked together to carry out the kidnapping. She sought compensation for “medical, therapeutic, counseling, travel and other expenses.”

“Belford dropped the lawsuit in December 2011 after Thomas and Lenore Matusiewicz filed for bankruptcy protection in Texas.”

“It became obvious that it was not going to be collectable,” said Belford’s attorney, James Woods. “I had no doubt she would win, and probably a very significant amount of money, for that torture they put her through.”

“Woods said the lawsuit was an attempt by Belford ‘just to try to get some justice’.”

“They had put her through hell, and it wasn’t just David, it was certainly Lenore… and I found it incredibly hard to believe that Tom didn’t know anything about it and participated in it, and Amy the sister as well.”

“Woods said that after Belford dropped the lawsuit, Thomas Matusiewicz sent him two thick packages of documents containing “all kinds of scandalous and ridiculous allegations” that Christine was abusing the children and was an unfit mother. The allegations were never substantiated, Belford was never charged and she was given full custody of the girls.”

“A federal judge who sentenced David Matusiewicz to prison noted that he never expressed any concern that his ex-wife was abusing their children until after he had been arrested.”

A Heavy.com article posted in February of 2013 on Thomas Matusiewiecz:  Top 10 Facts You Need to Know, adds this information on the kidnapping, saying, “In 2007, David Matusiewicz forged his wife’s signature to obtain a $249,000 loan. David used the loan to take his three daughters with him to Panama, Mexico, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. David lied to the mother of his children and told her that he taking his kids to Disneyworld. He and his children were eventually discovered in Nicaragua in 2009, where they were found living in a tiny, filthy trailer. The girls — one of whom is autistic — were ages 4, 6 and 7. Police officials transported them back to the U.S. David’s three children were soon returned to their mother. Lenore Matusiewicz, David’s mother and Thomas’ wife, reportedly aided David in his kidnapping scheme.”

The  beginning of the Cyberstalking Campaign against Christine Belford

According to the Appeals Opinion, “The children returned to live with Belford, who had been awarded sole custody during the kidnapping.  David (Matusiewicz) pleaded guilty to federal kidnapping charges and was sentenced to 48 months of imprisonment on December 10, 2009.”

“While incarcerated, David wrote his sister, Amy Gonzalez, urging her to make anonymous complaints against his ex-wife.  Beginning in December 2009, a webpage had been published identifying Belford and her children by name, detailing sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect of the children allegations.”

The Appeals Court also noted that in March and April 2011, Gonzalez published three YouTube videos, which included secret recordings of Belford and the children taken by a private investigator which also included abuse allegations. Numerous other actions were engaged in by the family of David Matusiewicz.

On November 5, 2012, David filed a petition to reduce his back payments of child support, and he chose to attend in person in Delaware, although he was offered the option of participating by phone.  He received permission from his probation officers after he failed to disclose to them that could have opted to participate via the phone.  Thus David Matusiewicz and his parents drove from Texas to the Delaware courthouse where the shootings took place on February 11, 2013.

The federal criminal trial took 5 weeks with more than 760 exhibits and 65 witnesses presented by the prosecution to support their case. At the February 18, 2016, sentencing hearing, there were three sentencing enhancements presented:  the first-degree murder cross-reference, the vulnerable victim enhancement and the official victim enhancement.  The District Court sentenced each of the defendants to a term of five years of imprisonment on Count One, and a term of life imprisonment for Count Four.

The Co-conspirators had escalated their harassment of Belford over a 3 year period

On page 18 of the Appeals Decision, the Court comments that the Government case showed that the “defendants conspired to engage in an escalating campaign of harassment, intimidation, and surveillance against Belford, all with the goal of regaining custody of the children.  This three year stalking campaign culminated in the murder of Belford in the New Castle County Courthouse lobby by Thomas (Matusiewicz), a member of the conspiracy.”

The Court adds, “Both David (Matusiewicz and his sister Amy) Gonzalez were intimately involved in this stalking campaign and conspiracy.  The evidence demonstrating David’s involvement included:  directing his family to send letters to Belford’s acquaintances accusing Belford of sexual abuse; setting up the in-person court hearing that brought Belford to the courthouse where Thomas shot her; lying to probation officers about the need to attend the hearing in person; and traveling from Texas to Delaware in two vehicles that were filled with numerous weapons.”

Amy Gonzalez’s Involvement  

“The evidence demonstrating Gonzalez’s involvement included: spreading the false accusations of child abuse by creating online postings and YouTube videos, and sending defamatory emails and letters to Belford’s acquaintances; preparing false polygraph reports about these accusations; recruiting third parties to surveil and report on Belford and the children; providing Thomas with her  temporary cell phone number and cleaning out his safe when he traveled to Delaware in 2011 and showed up at Belford’s house; and filing numerous petitions for custody of the children beginning two days after Belford was killed.”

On page 19, the Court discusses the evidence that both David Matusiewicz and his sister, Amy Gonzalez “committed cyberstalking that resulted in Belford’s death.” A footnote on page 21 adds, “Even if this evidence of the defendant’s direct involvement in Belford’s death were not sufficient, the jury’s finding that their actions resulted in Belford’s death is proper under co-conspirator liability.  The doctrine of co-conspirator liability ‘permits the government to prove the guilt of one defendant through the acts of another committed within the scope of and in furtherance of a conspiracy of which the defendant was a member, provided the acts are reasonably foreseeable  as a necessary or natural consequence of the conspiracy.”

The footnote concludes that “there was sufficient evidence supporting finding David and Gonzalez responsible for Belford’s death pursuant to co-conspirator liability.  Thomas (Matusiewicz), who shot Belford, was a co-conspirator.  As discussed above, the Government submitted sufficient evidence that the goal of the conspiracy was to obtain custody of the children by driving Belford out of the picture.  Killing Belford would clearly be in furtherance of this goal.  And the evidence before the jury, including the communications between Thomas and the other defendant’s detailed surveillance of Belford, and the amount of weapons brought with the Matusiewicz family to Delaware, in addition to the other evidence that has been discussed above, demonstrates that Thomas’s murder of Belford was reasonably foreseeable to both David and Gonzalez.  Thus, the requirements of co-conspirator liability are satisfied.”

Legal Issues Explained in the Court Appeals Decision regarding Amy Gonzalez

The Appeals Decision reviews the various complex legal issues involving the cyberstalking law, which are best understood by the layman if the entire 77 page Opinion  [Amy Gonzalez Appeals Court Decision] and the 10 page Memorandum Opinion [United States v. Matusiewicz] are read in their entirety.

On pages 39-40 of the Appeals Decision, under the First Amendment challenge to the Prosecution of the Case, the Court notes that, “Gonzalez argues that she cannot be convicted for violating Section 2261 A (2) because her conduct constituted protected speech under the First Amendment…She contends that her speech about Belford constituted an opinion, and as such receives complete protection under the First Amendment.”

On page 42, we read, “As to the first class of speech, the Supreme Court has held that defamatory statements are not protected by the First Amendment, reasoning that ‘[r]esort to epithets or personal abuse is not in any proper sense communication of information or opinion safeguarded by the Constitution, and its punishment as a criminal act would raise no question under that instrument’…’there is no constitutional value in false statements of fact’…As to the second class of speech, the Supreme Court has long maintained that speech integral to engaging in criminal conduct does not warrant First Amendment protection.”

On page 43, the Court concludes, “We hold that 18 U. S. C. Section 2261A does not violate the First Amendment as applied to Gonzalez, because she did not engage in protected speech.  Her conduct was both defamatory and speech integral to criminal conduct.  The defendants published false information about Belford on the internet and to third parties.”

“Gonzalez, acting along with other members of her family as a member of the conspiracy, defamed Belford by false labeling her as a mentally unfit abuser who sexually molested her own children.  In addition, the members of the conspiracy defamed the children by falsely labeling them as victims of their mother’s sexual abuse.  There is overwhelming, uncontradicted evidence that the accusations that Belford sexually molested and abused her children were false.”

“That Gonzalez claims to have sincerely held this belief, in light of the overwhelming evidence to the contrary, does not transform such a statement of fact into an opinion. Id.  As ‘there is no constitutional value in false statements of fact,’ Gonzalez’s speech on this ground does not warrant First Amendment protection. Gertz, 418 U. S. at 340.”

We are witnessing an increase in internet stalking and defamation campaigns against innocent parties, by both anonymous and named persons.  Those involved in this behavior should understand that they might be liable for not only civil defamation lawsuits, but criminal prosecution of cyberstalking as well.










Gabe Hoffman vs. Julio Cesareo Jacquez Defamation Lawsuit

In November of 2019, I posted the Gabe Hoffman vs. Thomas Schoenberger defamation complaint which was filed October 28, 2019, and awaits service upon the defendant.

There was high interest in that lawsuit; thus I am posting for the benefit of my readers another lawsuit which was e-filed in the Circuit Court of the 15th Judicial Circuit, in and for Palm Beach County, Florida on December 20, 2019.  That lawsuit,  Gabe Hoffman vs. Julio Cesareo Jacquez aka Julio Jacques aka All American Cartel LLC can be read in the link below.

These lawsuits are public domain material and can be accessed by anyone on the internet.  Of interest to my readers is the mention of the death of Isaac Kappy, QAnon, and Thomas Schoenberger. Because the Hoffman lawsuits involve internet defamation, which is a topic I have written on extensively, from time to time I may write commentary on this issue as it relates to the Hoffman complaints.

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D. George Sweigert v. Jason Goodman Document 134: Plaintiff’s Motion to File an Amended Complaint

On January 3, 2020, Document 134 was filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York in the D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman lawsuit.

Document 134 (5 pages) Plaintiff’s Letter Motion for Leave to file an Amended Complaint

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D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman Documents 132 & 133: Motion and Memorandum of Law to Add Marcus Conte as a Defendant

On December 26, 2019, Documents 132 and 133 were filed with the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York in the D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman lawsuit.

Document 132 (92 pages) Notice of Motion for Leave of Court to Add Marcus Conte as a Defendant Pursuant to Rule 20 (a) (2)

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Document 133 (22 pages) Memorandum of Law in Support of Plaintiff’s Motion for Leave to Add Marcus Conte as Defendant Pursuant to Rule 20 (a) (2)

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Robert David Steele vs. Jason Goodman Documents 169-170: Responses in Regard to Motion to Disqualify Counsel for Plaintiff

On December 20 and 23, 2019, Documents 169-170 were filed respectively, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in the Robert David Steele, et. al. vs. Jason Goodman, et. al. lawsuit.

Document 169 (3 pages) Patricia A. Negron’s Response to Defendant Goodman’s Motion to Disqualify Counsel for Plaintiff

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Document 170 (9  pages) (Jason Goodman) Response to Plaintiff’s Reply to Defendant’s Motion to Disqualify Counsel for Plaintiff

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There is one lawgiver, who is able to save and to destroy:  who art thou that judgest another?  James 4:12

Marcus Conte, who came up with the Dopey Dave nickname for Dave (Acton) Sweigert, has stated in an earlier video that he approved of the content of the Dopey Dave YouTube channel

Marcus Conte commented on his December 19, 2019, EXPOSING Online Death Cult Leaders; Dave Sweigert, Thomas Schoenberger and Daniel Cromer (43:51 mark), saying, “…now I told you about the Dopey Dave videos, go watch ’em, there, there, someone is out there, exposing these creeps as well, all right and she’s, I guess it’s Allseeing Ewe, who knows?”

Who knows?  I don’t know.  As far as Tracking the Leopard Meroz is concerned, the originator of the Dopey Dave YouTube channel remains anonymous, despite several persons claiming it is Marcus Conte and/or Kerry Wolf aka the Allseeing Ewe.

Allseeing Ewe aka Kerry Wolf

The first thing to note is that the anonymous creator of this channel set it up under the nickname used by Marcus Conte to represent Dave Sweigert aka Dave Acton. This attribution makes no sense in relation to the content of this YouTube channel.

Anonymity never escapes the consequences of its actions, and so we are going to explore whether Dopey Dave’s Wheel of Miss Fortune can escape the all seeing eye of Hebrews 4:12 which states, For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.

The “Why” of Dopey Dave has to do with the “When” this Youtube channel was created on November 17, 2019

The first video was published on November 19th and given the title, Tracking Thomas Schoenberger with Drone- Napa, CA. This headline is a cheeky reference to the actions of a process server searching for the location of Schoenberger, who on October 28, 2019, had a defamation lawsuit filed in a California court against him. The Gabe Hoffman vs. Thomas Schoenberger complaint was posted on November 12, 2019, on Tracking the Leopard Meroz and since then more than 600 downloads of that document have been viewed.

From November 19th through December 20th, 18 videos have been published on Dopey Dave. Presently, only 16 are showing; the two hidden videos include a death curse video against Thomas Schoenberger and Dave Sweigert and a perverse video about Dave Sweigert and Denise Matteau.

A number of the videos are repetitive and seem to serve no purpose other than to mark time.  Because of this trait, I began to explore the possibility that the purpose for the Dopey Dave videos was primarily to set up a timeline of judgment.  The creator of these videos repeatedly sets forth conclusory allegations, and the “court of law”  in which these allegations have been tried, and the defendants declared guilty, is a Dopey Dave Court.

Thus there is an usurping of legitimate authority as if these self-appointed judges and executioners are comfortable in declaring, as God, the message of Ezekiel 21:24: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD:  Because ye have made your iniquity to be remembered, in that your transgressions are discovered, so that in all your doings your sins do appear; because I say, that ye are come to remembrance, ye shall be taken with the hand.

Naming sins and perpetrators

So let’s go back to the first video Tracking Thomas Schoenberger with Drone-Napa CA, and note that the video description says, “Hey everybody it’s Dave!  D. George Sweigert who is Dave Acton Dave Sweigert; Thomas Schoenberger, Dan Cromer Leppo”.

All of the Dopey Dave videos have a basic formula using excerpts from news reports or movies, background music to enhance drama, photos of the targeted individuals and a written narrative to provide the message.  For example, in the first video we view this narrative:

We are currently on the ground in search of convicted felon and notorous(sic) internet stalker Thomas Schoenberger

Last seen in the vicinity of Old Sonoma Rd Napa, CA 94558

We set the drones out for a test run and we are moving about the area

Schoenberger is on probation for his crimes and is avoiding service for multiple civil suits for stalking and harassment

Help bring this criminal to justice

The second video published on November 22, 2019, is called Police Raid Thomas Schoenberger & His Gang. The message begins, Leaked footage of police executing a search warrant for convicted felon and serial stalker Thomas Schoenberger.

A small image of Q is shown in the upper right of the screen as seen below.

As a curious aside, the first Q message was published October 28, 2017. Coincidentally, 2 years later on October 28, 2019, Gabe Hoffman filed his defamation lawsuit against Thomas Schoenberger.

Months ago Thomas Schoenberger had complained to me that someone was trying to get him swatted in regard to a false accusation that he was involved with Q. And here we see this scenario in this video.

The names and photos displayed in this second video include Dave Sweigert, Thomas Schoenberger aka Thomas Saint Germain, Dan Cromer of Vaporbat Records, and Steve Outtrim.  One of the final frames says “possible child victim” implying that those named can be accused of related offences.

The third video, RV Chase:  Dave Acton & Thomas Schoenberger Run from Police  was published on November 22, 2019, the same date as video #2 and also the 56th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

The fourth video on November 23, 2019, Did Thomas Schoenberger Kill Himself?, shows these following messages:

US Federal Marshals attempt to serve Thomas Schoenberger his defamation, libel & slander lawsuit

Instead of accepting service like a man, cowardly Schoenberger ran away like a scared little girl

Bystanders said they heard Schoenberger crying like a pussy

He keep (sic) screaming, “Tell Gabe to leave me alone!”

He was so scared his wig fell off

With nowhere left to go Schoenberger attempts to take his own lifeThis bridge scene is reminiscent of the tragic death of Isaac Kappy, who fell from a bridge onto the highway below, in an apparent suicide.

On November 25, 2019, Dopey Dave uploaded Prolific Gangstalker Thomas Schoenberger is On the Run.  The messages repeat prior accusations and play part of a Schoenberger audio where he references Dave Sweigert, in part saying, “This is Thomas, now I don’t have a problem with you, but I’ve gonna correct you…I’m gonna correct you when you’re wrong.”

Various other videos repeat the gangstalking allegations and introduce the accusation of profane sexual practices.  One of those videos which is now hidden from the public timeline involved false and perverse allegations of a relationship between Dave Sweigert and Denise Matteau. Here we view charges of Satanism.

The December 6, 2019, video Dave Acton & Thomas Schoenberger Are Satanists, alleges the following:

Dave Acton & Thomas Schoenberger are confirmed Satanists.

Long time associates, both men sold their souls to the devil

They will burn in hell

They are satanic gangstalkers

They use people…They get off on torture and misdirection

They hide in the shadows like cowards

Both are prolific liars, criminals & devil worshipers

They blow things up and steal from people

They do the work of the devil…They will pay for their sins

Dave Acton & Thomas Schoenberger will burn in fucking hell

The Death Curse Videos

The first death curse video The End does not presently show as a listed video, but it was published on December 4, 2019 as the tenth video. This brazen death curse video displayed an AP news film showing two men being executed by a firing squad. The music accompanying this video was aptly chosen to induce fear in the viewer.

The messages overlayed against this execution backdrop stated:

Two notorious gangstalkers Dave Acton & Thomas Schoenberger have been captured

Sentenced to death, both men will die side-by-side.

They thought their gangstalking would never end.

They were dead wrong.

It’s been said maybe we should feel sorry for them…But is is impossible to feel anything for two ruthless, heartless human beings

As the brave men in uniform pull away…We can only wonder what their lives could have been like if not for their criminality

Both men chose a life of crime…Both men got what they deserved…The End.

Perhaps we should ask at this point, as Job 8:3, Doth God pervert judgment?  or doth the Almighty pervert justice?  

It is apparent that the creators of the Dopey Dave videos do not fear God, for they display no qualms whatsoever about perverting  judgment and justice in their video narratives.

The second Death Curse styled video was uploaded on December 20, 2019 as The Sentencing’ of Dave Sweigert, Thomas Schoenberger and Daniel Cromer. This 18th Dopey Dave video was published the day after Marcus Conte presented a show on his own channel, EXPOSING Online Death Cult Leaders; Dave Sweigert, Thomas Schoenberger and Daniel Cromer.Although the Dopey Dave videos began as comical hyperbole, they have since progressed to declaring the sentence of death, and showing images of execution.  Concerning the conduct of Thomas Schoenberger, Dave Sweigert, and Dan Cromer, whether or not the viewer of these videos likes or dislikes these men is irrelevant.  There is no evidence to prove that any of these individuals have committed offenses which warrant the death penalty.  The makers of these videos have displayed their own deep malice in creating these despicable false narratives.

The timeline of the Dopey Dave  videos and Scripture gematria

In analyzing the Dopey Dave timeline, I created four possible timeline scenarios in order to detect patterns.  For the purposes of this article I chose one of those timelines, in which Dopey Dave stands alone from other possible relationships, such as the timing of Marcus Conte videos on the same topic. This timeline begins from the first video on November 19, 2019, and runs through the the 18th video on December 20, 2019.  I have matched the four scriptures which are quoted in this article to stand in numerical, as well as ethical,  opposition to this timeline:  specifically, James 4:12, Job 8:3, Ezekiel 21:24 and Judges 5:23.

Tracking the Leopard Meroz is based on the Scripture of Judges 5:23:  Curse ye Meroz, said the angel of the LORD, curse ye bitterly the inhabitants thereof; because they came not to the help of the LORD, to the help of the LORD against the mighty.

In that scripture the phrase curse ye bitterly is made up of a Hebrew word spoken twice; essentially “curse-curse”. The inhabitants of the village of Meroz did not offer themselves willingly as others in Israel when the LORD determined that the time was right to deliver Israel from the oppressor Jabin, king of Canaan, and the captain of his army, Sisera.

Death Curses spoken by black magicians

Years ago, I came across a book called The Tarot which was written under the pseudonym, Mouni  Sadhu. Within that text is an explanation of the death curse magick of black magicians, and the methods they employ to avoid the return blow of their operations.  Surprisingly, these unbelievers in the Bible, often quote the Scriptures and display more respect for spiritual laws than do some professing Christians.

Because of the careless disregard by the creator(s) of the Dopey Dave videos for American law, the Scriptures, and general spiritual laws known by all of humanity, it is my opinion they are being played as fools by a hidden “anointed” black magician who is utilizing the Dopey Dave timeline for his own purposes.  What this means is that the creators have been positioned to receive the possible and real blow back of their curses, rather than the hidden hand and guide.

Back in 2013-2014 I wrote a blog called Mouni Sadhu Unmasked which examined the Tarot teachings of the occult teacher Mouni Sadhu, who was born in Russian and moved to Germany as a child, and later studied higher mathematics.  He became  employed as a flight ballistics mathematician at Cape Canaveral after World War II. Mouni Sadhu’s book on the Tarot, viewed it as a mathematical machine which revealed occult truth.

According to a biographical letter on Mouni Sadhu by Bruce W. Du Ve, Mouni Sadhu had “fought as an infantry soldier in the German army as a young man in World War I.  Being fluent in Russian, he undertook espionage missions in Russia during World War 2 as a member of the British secret service that was based in the USA at that time.”

Today on the Winter Solstice, yet another video

As I finish this article, I see that today another Dopey Dave video has been produced called RV FIRE:  Daniel Cromer, Thomas Schoenberger & Dave Sweigert Go Up in ‘Flames’. 

The Dopey Dave channel has 83 subscribers, and after 4 hours of this latest posting, 17 persons have given this video a thumbs up.  5 persons have hit the thumbs down button.  Persons who approve of these types of death curses perhaps should consider the spiritual implications of partaking in the sins of the video creators of this channel.

Here is one last Scripture which looks to the future, from video #19 (December 21, 2019/ the Winter Solstice) forward. I think my next goal is to observe how many videos it takes to be laid in the balances of  Romans 2:1-3, which warns, Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man, whosoever thou art that judgest:  for wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself; for thou that judgest doest the same things.  And thinkest thou this, O man, that judgest them which do such things, and doest the same, that thou shalt escape the judgment of God?