Jason Goodman Files His Defendant’s Answer to the Amended Complaint in the D. George Sweigert v. Jason Goodman lawsuit

The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York received Document 35 on October 10, 2018 representing the Defendant’s Answer to Amended Complaint in the D. George Sweigert v. Jason Goodman RICO lawsuit.


This nine page document can be read here:  sweigert v goodman 10 10 2018 doc 35

D. George Sweigert v. Jason Goodman: Plaintiff’s Ninth Request for Judicial Notice

On October 9, 2018, D. George Sweigert filed Plaintiff’s Ninth Request for Judicial Notice in the Sweigert vs. Goodman RICO lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

In this 32 page document, three Public Artifacts were recorded involving a September 13, 2018 interview by Jason Goodman of “Targeted Individual” Michael Barden, and plaintiff’s book which is sold at Amazon.com titled, Report:  The Port of Charleston Dirty Bomb Hoax and Social Media Liability.

These documents can be read here:  sweigert rjn 9

Sweigert vs. Goodman: Plaintiff’s Seventh Request for Judicial Notice

Plaintiff’s Seventh Request for Judicial Notice in the D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman RICO lawsuit was filed in the United States District Court (South Carolina)  on August 31, 2018.

Four Artifacts were shown relating to two primary points of interest. Artifact One displays a transcription of a YouTube video of Jason Goodman phoning the Capitol Heights Police Department in Maryland.  Artifact Two shows the Maryland State law against making a false statement to a law enforcement officer.

Below is a screenshot of the transcribed phone conversation between Jason Goodman and a police officer.  Although the phone conversation relates to the death of Jenny Moore as an associate of George Webb, note that Goodman brings in the name of the Plaintiff of this lawsuit, saying that he has been “very aggressively harassing me and I believe is coordinating a group of individuals to harass me and I have evidence to support that belief”.

page 4 of Plaintiff’s Seventh Request for Judicial Notice: Prince George’s County Police Department Official Statement Regarding the Death of Jenny Marie Moore-Crowdsource the Truth 8/29/2018

Artifact Three displays a YouTube video of Jason Goodman and his guest, True Pundit’s Thomas Paine. Artifact Four is a copy of the Buzzfeed article which had recently disclosed the true identity of Thomas Paine as being that of Michael D. Moore, 51, who had been convicted of copyright infringement after his arrest by the FBI.

Links to full court documents:

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Close Encounters with Mr. Coinkydink’s Shadow

 On August 20, 2018, the Jason Goodman YouTube channel featured Goodman as Mr. Coinkydinks, who is shown walking briskly along city sidewalks for 14 minutes, talking to himself about “Strange Coincidences”. Showing signs of Woowoo paranoia, viewers are startled to hear his observations that Defango had started a live stream on targeted individuals just when he had finished his own discussion of that same topic.

At the 2.19 mark Mr. Coinkydinks says, “So you know we need to talk about some of the other coincidences, like isn’t it coincidental that this Port of Charleston thing happened and I was talking to that guy George Webb and George Webb gave me all the information about the radiological material on the ship and he corroborated it with his friend, what was his friend’s name, oh yeah, Okey Marshall Richards who told me his name was Richard Stone who used the names Mr. Hudson and Deep Uranium on CSTT and spent months in coordination with George trying to convince me that he was trustworthy and that I should broadcast this information that he’s never wrong.  That’s weird…”

Uh huh, so at the 6.11 mark Mr. Coinkydinks gets paranoid about THIS blog, saying, “…and then it’s also weird how these lawsuits show up, these motions from D. George Sweigert and then they are publicized on websites about tracking leopards, even when PACER is down. How does that Tracking the Leopard site get the David Sweigert information so quickly?  How do they get it so quickly and put it out in a coordinated way with videos on Sarah Westall’s You Tube channel? How did that happen?  These guys are on the ball.  Am I the most important news happening right now?”

Tracking the Leopard Meroz answers Mr. Coinkydinks’ suspicions.

So how does Tracking the Leopard Meroz get copies of court documents when PACER is down?  It is a long story, but let’s go back in time to when I was 29, and working as a Bond Trustee Officer for Seattle-First National Bank.  I was sent to a meeting out of town, concerning a revenue bond issue.  When I arrived I was given a sheaf of papers which, unlike everyone else, I actually decided to read BEFORE the meeting.  The next morning, I entered the meeting room where a bunch of bleary eyed men were slung over their chairs, and I was introduced to the speaker.  He did not even bother to look up, but just brushed me away.

At the end of the speech, the speaker asked for comments and since no one said anything, I raised my hand.  I told the speaker that his conclusions were wrong as they were based on inaccurate numbers.  The speaker said, “Impossible!  I calculated those numbers myself!”  Suddenly those bleary eyed men sat straight up in their chairs and eyed me with fear.  The speaker was 30 years my senior, had 3 degrees including an accounting and a law degree, plus he was a former CIA officer who had built air strips in the jungle during the Vietnam War, under the auspices of Air America.

That was my first encounter with a real deal CIA man. Later he checked his numbers, and discovered that he had made multiple errors, and he was gracious to  apologize to me.  From that day forward, I was “in” with a real spook.

While I have mellowed out a little since then, I am still quick thinking, so after I get my court documents from PACER, I speak to my computer, and command it to shut down PACER before Jason Goodman has a chance to log on.

Does that spook you out, Mr. Coinkydinks?  (I wonder if I should tell him about my date with an FBI man.)

So what is Jason Goodman’s concern about this RICO lawsuit against him?  He never complained before when he was retrieving court documents from my website concerning the Robert David Steele lawsuit.

Here on 927 2017 Jason Goodman showing court docs he got from Tracking the Leopard Meroz website. He had no problem with me posting court documents a year ago when I covered the Robert David Steele lawsuit. On the computer screen it showed the icon for this blog.

I had to look up the name of Sarah Westall on a search engine to find out who she is.  I have never watched her, let alone coordinated a download of court documents with whatever videos she was making.   And by the way, Jason and Ruby Tuesday, there is only one author of Tracking the Leopard Meroz.  There is no “they”.  I don’t care how many liars you consult to come up with your tall tales, my work is copyrighted and no one has any business attributing my writings to another person.

But speaking of coinkydinks, did you notice that Jason Goodman mentioned the word SHIP in the monologue I transcribed at the beginning of this post? Given his spooky theories, it could be a distress call for a SHIPP!!!

Just look at this Twitter from Kevin Shipp on August 30, 2018.He says he detests those who attempt to shut down free speech and investigative journalism? So why did he send a warning to Tracking the Leopard Meroz on the very same day,  using only the name Kevin S. Was it so that none of my readers would know who really was behind that message? He also placed this comment on an old post dated July 2, 2018, D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman Amended RICO Complaint.

X-CIA “whistleblower” Kevin Shipp warns, “I’d be careful with this one.”

I entered the email address used by Kevin S. into Google, and it connected with the Kevin Shipp who is the former CIA employee who has been interviewed by Jason Goodman.  Apparently Shipp is now operating as Jason Goodman’s Shadow Man.



Jason Goodman Seeks to Team Up With Chinada3 Against His Naysayers: Better Keep Your “Get Out of Jail Free” Card Handy! — On A More Rational Note, D. George Sweigert Has Filed New Documents in his RICO Lawsuit Against Goodman

Here are two screenshots taken from the Rev.Scott Anthony’s Twitter Account today which highlight his documented notes on Chinada3’s YouTube channel known as Psychic LARP #UNRIG.There are several other persons mentioned as well which Jason Goodman does not like which are named in this live chat replay, and noted in the Rev. Scott Anthony Twitter link at the beginning of this post.

A Reader of Tracking the Leopard Meroz blog comments:

Here is a comment by one of my readers who is interested in the D. Sweigert v. Jason Goodman RICO lawsuit and saw the above Rev. Scott Anthony Twitter report.  He astutely observes, “Jason Goodman continues his extra-judicial use of YouTube in an attempt to “collect evidence” to “throw people in jail”.  As noted in the Sweigert vs. Goodman lawsuit, he is the prime suspect who has created an “evidence repository” on BitChute (see court filing).”

“One wonders why Jason is still “collecting evidence” for alleged crimes that he has previously boldly proclaimed existed  — in some cases apparently almost 9 – 11 months ago.”

“It appears Goodman has enlisted the help of a Montreal resident with a YouTube channel known as “PSYCHIC LARP #UNRIG”.  This gentlemen has been previously known on YouTube as “Chinada3″. ”

“As seen in the latest filing, the Plaintiff is amending a previous motion concerning the wholesale re-uploading of video content alleged to have been orchestrated by Goodman. ”

D. George Sweigert v. Jason Goodman: latest documents

What my reader is referring to are Entries #17 Plaintiff’s Motion For Leave To Supplement The Pleading “Plaintiff’s Show Cause Motion For Injunctive Relief” and #18 and #18-1 Plaintiff’s Sixth Request For Judicial Notice, which were filed today, August 28, 2018 in the U. S. District Court/South Carolina.

Links are provided below:





Meme Mug Shots Ricocheting around Alt Media: Jason Goodman and Certified CSI Pete Santilli Discuss Who Ruined Their Reputations for Journalistic Integrity

A couple of days ago social media was discussing the change in Pete Santilli’s attitude towards his former activist friends, as expressed below in this message.  In 2016, Santilli’s handsome face was memorialized in a Mug Shot taken when he was arrested during the  Oregon Standoffs.  In the past  few months, Jason Goodman has interviewed Pete Santilli on more than one occasion, and seems to feel a  kinship with Santilli for his ordeal of spending 619 days in jail, while he  contended with two separate federal criminal lawsuits.  Jason Goodman is presently a defendant in two federal civil lawsuits: one for defamation, and the other for racketeering.  He has expressed concern over the potential of getting his own Mug Shot photo someday, and appears to be psychologically compensating by creating Meme Mug Shots of his legal adversaries.

Pete Santilli Show guest introduction states, “Jason Goodman is an internationally acclaimed filmmaker and stereoscopic cinematographer.  A little over one year ago he left the world of Hollywood to pursue independent journalism, creating Crowdsource the Truth.”  From that lofty beginning, Jason Goodman has now lowered himself to designing Memes for Mugs as part of his unusual legal defense strategy. His favorite mug design was on display for a July 24, 2018 LIVE show with Pete Santilli, which unfortunately had to be canceled due to technical difficulties.

Note the coffee mug of one of Jason Goodman’s favorite Memes showing  his greatest nemesis wearing a dunce hat and straight jacket.

Goodman recently translated this image into a nine sentence finding of Facts to support his Memorandum in Support of Motion to Dismiss in the federal civil RICO lawsuit against him.

Today we are going to explore the mysteries behind the reputational crises of broadcast journalists, Jason Goodman and Pete Santilli.

A little background on Santilli:

Two years ago when Santilli was arrested in the Oregon Standoffs, a commenter calling himself Cwp54nm  observed,  “Shock jocks are simply practicing stochastic terrorism”.  To explain what he meant, Cwp54nm provided a link to the website, stochasticterrorism. blogspot.com, which features a January 2011 article,  Stochastic Terrorism:  Part I, triggering the shooters.  

Jason’s other mug called Deep State Dunces which sells for $16.90. I assume this represents his response to the federal civil lawsuit involving a defamation complaint filed by Robert David Steele.

The author G2G explains, Stochastic terrorism is the use of mass communications to incite random actors to carry out violent or terroristic acts that are statistically predictable but individually unpredictable.  In short, remote-control murder by lone wolf….The stochastic terrorist is the person who is responsible for the incitement.  For example they go on radio or television and stir up hatred toward a particular person or group….At each step, plausible deniability increases through the diffusion of responsibility…The random actor gets captured and sentenced to life in prison, while the stochastic terrorist keeps his prime time slot and goes on to incite more lone wolves.”

This photo provided by the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016, shows Peter Santilli, one of the members of an armed group occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge as part of a dispute over public lands in the Western U.S. Santilli and several others were arrested on Tuesday, Jan. 26, prompting gunfire and leaving one man dead during a traffic stop along a highway in Oregon’s frozen high country. (Multnomah County Sheriff via AP)

Cwp54nm’s comment was a response to a  February 4, 2016 article by Maxine Bernstein at oregonlive.com, Federal judge affirms decision to keep Pete Santilli behind bars in conspiracy case.  In the case of Santilli, the Oregon standoff scenario did not play out in conformity with the stochastic terrorist definition, for this Shock Jock spent nearly two years in jail, and the lone wolf shooter never showed…or did he? After all, one protestor in Oregon did lose his life by gun fire…

If one delves into these Hammond and Bundy stories with an unbiased view, it is clear that the Alternative News Media Shock Jocks were instrumental in creating a false narrative in order to stir up the righteous indignation of their viewers against events that were falsely labeled as government injustices.

Santilli as a Suit and Tie Man

At the beginning of Santilli’s broadcast career, his photo displayed an executive type with a short haircut, wearing glasses and a suit and tie.  In this conservative attire, Santilli claimed he was  “indisputably the most controversial voice of reason and reality on the air in the United States.” He stated he subscribed to principles  learned from “the late, great William Cooper”.  Incidentally that particular conspiracy theorist died while confronting law enforcement.   Santilli advised, “Never trust anyone.  Listen to and read everything you can get your eyes and ears on.  Never believe anything you haven’t personally researched yourself.”

Out with the Executive Look, In with the Camo Cowboy Image

At the time of Pete Santilli’s arrest, he had changed his image to that of a CAMO COWBOY holding a bullhorn who was shouting down environmental protestors. This change in demeanor was noted in an article written February 21, 2016, as a special to the Washington Post, by Leah Sottile of bendbulletin.com called Pete Santilli:  a shock jock, a journalist or a mouthpiece for the patriot movement?  The Shock Jock image was dismissed by “Santilli’s attorney, Thomas Coan”, who “argued that his client was not to be taken seriously: His words were the bloviations of a ‘shock jock,’ ‘an entertainer,’ but also a ‘new-media journalist’.  U.S. District Judge Michael Mosman saw Santilli’s words differently: ‘When he says he will die a free man, I don’t take that as a man who is joking about it,’ he said.”

In contrast to his attorney, Pete Santilli’s girlfriend and co-host, Deborah Jordan Reynolds was quoted as saying, “What he does is dangerous. He’s speaking out against the United States government, and he’s an activist.” “It’s ambush journalism,” she says. It’s “this new in-your-face journalism.”

That latter opinion certainly underscores the Stochastic Terrorism observation of Cwp54nm, for this type of activism can no longer be regarded as unbiased journalism. Ambush journalism is a façade for the works of an agent provocateur.  The question which appears to haunt Pete Santilli is whether or not he was ever employed as an FBI operative who had infiltrated antigovernment protest groups.  Santilli claims that the federal criminal trials in which he was a defendant proved he had never been employed as an informant for the FBI. Pete Santilli took a plea bargain in the Nevada case for time served while in an Oregon jail, and now he is back on the air waves.

Jason Goodman Inserts Himself Into Santilli’s Story

Today we are going to take a look at the Jason Goodman interview of  Pete Santilli which addressed this question, Pete Santilli-FBI Informant or Framed By Hackers?; originally posted  April 21, 2018 on his Crowdsource the Truth 2 YouTube channel. This video was reposted May 7, 2018 on the Jason Goodman You Tube channel.

Towards the end of this interview (44.32), Jason Goodman declares, “Pete, this is one of the most important shows I’ve ever done, because you, Sir, are a victim of the intelligence agencies of the United States of America taking action against the citizens [Santilli:  Oh, yeah.] when we try to utilize our power through social media and through connecting in the way they are attempting to stomp us down even farther. I haven’t told you this prior to now, but there is a very active and troublesome individual who is engaged in a campaign to get me indicted…”.

Note that Jason Goodman is interested in linking his perceived victimhood of being set up and framed,  with that of Pete Santilli’s imprisonment for federal charges in two criminal lawsuits, two years ago. This particular video was done almost two months prior to Jason Goodman being named as the Defendant in a federal civil RICO lawsuit by Plaintiff, D. George Sweigert. As we shall observe, the narrative which Jason Goodman related in his August 3, 2018 federal court filing, Memorandum In Support of Motion To Dismiss was being storyboarded ahead of schedule, and enhanced by Pete Santilli’s explanation for his own reputation problems on the internet.

The main focus of Pete Santilli’s personal story of the FBI informer accusations which had been made against him in 2013, involves some anonymous hackers and later on, his former associate in the Guerilla Media platform,  New Zealand radio host Vinnie Eastwood, in coordination with writer Susan Posel.

Jason Goodman turns this 58 minute interview into a confirmation of his own claim that he was setup by several individuals, which resulted in his being named a defendant along with two others in a September 1, 2017 Federal civil lawsuit for defamation by Robert David Steele and his Earth Intelligence Network nonprofit corporation.  At that same time, there was also a cloud hanging over Jason Goodman and his Crowdsource the Truth broadcasts due to his association with George Webb and his hidden source, Deep Uranium and their combined responsibility for the events that unfolded June 14, 2017 when a false report of a dirty bomb caused the Port of Charleston to be shut down for 8 hours.

After viewing this CSTT interview of Santilli, there is a clear thread of remarks by Jason Goodman that suggest that the focus on Santilli’s possible FBI informant history is secondary to Goodman establishing a defense for his own journalistic liabilities.  When I independently reviewed the many internet references to Pete Santilli, I found no rock solid proof that he ever was employed as a FBI informant.  This accusation, even where  documentation is provided, only leaves more unanswered questions.  And Santilli now claims that during his recent federal trials, the question of his FBI informant employment was laid to rest.

So are these internet accusations  merely an orchestrated diversion for entertainment and profiteering purposes? Goodman leads in to his interview with Santilli, by discussing the recent Inspector General investigations into the top of the tier of the FBI.

At the 2.08 mark, Jason Goodman says, “…and I’m particularly interested Pete because as an independent journalist, as a guy who’s been investigating the activities of the BLM and the possible collusion of the BLM and the FBI to basically steal the land of the Bundy’s…”.

Wait just a minute Jason! You are reframing the illegal cattle grazing problems on public lands of the Bundy’s into an entirely different story board; that of the theft of the land of the Bundy’s. This latter conclusion is not based on the facts, nor the laws involved in the Bundy controversy. Such willful ignorance is unbecoming to a broadcast journalism interviewer.

But then perhaps this interview of Santilli is not meant to be an unbiased investigation into a story.  For just two minutes into the interview, Goodman shows his underlying self-serving motive as he tries to insert himself into Pete Santilli’s story, by asserting, “It’s not at all inconceivable to me that you could be framed and of course I personally have experienced a lot of malicious hacking activities…”.

Pete Santilli is then allowed to explain the FBI informant accusations which were brought forth against him, utilizing a set of exhibits to illustrate his story. In addition, Pete Santilli presents Jason Goodman and the viewing audience with a February 24, 2014 article from The Intercept written by Glenn Greenwald titled: Psychology: A New Kind of SIGDEV- How Covert Agents Infiltrate the Internet to Manipulate, Deceive, and Destroy Reputations.  This article centers its discussion around another publication, The Art of Deception:  Training for a New Generation of Online Covert Operations.

Online Covert Operators are charged with targeting Alt Media Journalists

The viewer’s focus has just been drawn into the world of online covert operations which have the intent of destroying a person’s reputation, as shown in this screen shot from The Intercept article linked to above.

from The Intercept article, How Covert Agents Infiltrate the Internet to Manipulate, Deceive, and Destroy Reputations

While Jason Goodman expresses his belief that these techniques are being employed against him, it must be noted that he has been accused of doing these same things to others. What is it that the viewers are being distracted from seeing?

Let’s ask a simple question with regard to Pete Santilli’s employment history:  just exactly, what is presently being covered over?   So let’s begin with the biography which Pete Santilli provided for Rense Radio years ago, when The Pete Santilli Show had been broadcast from their platform.  This particular bio had also been reviewed by the government prosecutors of the 2016 lawsuits against Santilli.

First part of resume on Pete Santilli as provided by Rense.com

On March 4, 2016 a 59 page document (#3) was filed in the United States District Court, District of Oregon Case 3:16-MJ-00024, (The United States of America v. Peter T. Santilli, Jr.), titled Government’s Memorandum in Support of its Motion for Pretrial Detention.

In this document the Government was seeking to continue pretrial detention of Santilli based on the facts which existed in his Nevada federal criminal case.  Among other things, this Memorandum stated on page 2, “Santilli was a key player in the build up, organization and execution of an unprecedented, massive armed assault against federal law enforcement officers near Bunkerville, Nevada, on April 12, 2014.  As set out in the Superseding Criminal Indictment, in which he is named as a principle organizer and leader of a criminal enterprise, Santilli is charged with knowingly joining a criminal conspiracy to threaten and use force and violence against law enforcement officers in order to extort about 400 head of cattle from their care and custody…”.

On page 9, this document continues, “Based on the evidence adduced from its investigation to date, the government proffers the following in support of its motion for pretrial detention:  A. Background.  At the time of these events, Santilli (50) was a resident of Hesperia, California.  A former Marine, having served honorably as an aviation ordnance technician from 1983 to 1987, there is evidence to show that Santilli worked as a security guard and as a real estate agent during his civilian career.”

“According to his self-reported biography, however, Santilli claims that he is a disabled veteran and former executive with Coca-Cola who, according to him, became a ‘whistleblower’ after discovering an ‘inside wage skimming scheme’ at Coke, supposedly initiating a class action suit against the company for ‘millions of dollars’.    None of those claims, however, is corroborated by any evidence adduced by the investigation.”

Of interest to us is this statement made by the Government about Pete Santilli, saying,  “Further uncorroborated is his claim that he is aCertified Crime Scene Investigator’ who ‘developed revolutionary evidence detection techniques with the use of LASERS.’  He advertises that he taught forensic experts at the FBI Academy, U. S. Secret Service, Department of Justice, almost every State D. O. J. in the Nation, as well as County/Municipal/City police crime labs,…”.

The subtle covering over of Pete Santilli’s history by his attorney

These declarations by the Government were countered on March 10, 2016 in Document 5,  Defendant’s Response to Government’s Detention Memorandum filed in the District of Oregon U.S. District Court by Thomas K. Coan, the attorney for Pete Santilli.  This 109 page response including extensive exhibits, acknowledges that Santilli is “a boisterous, right wing, libertarian, shock-jock, talk show host and independent news reporter who has been openly and highly critical of the FBI and the BLM on his Internet talk shows…Much of what Santilli says, though, needs to be evaluated in this context, because as he uses audacity and bravado to attract and entertain viewers….”.

Thomas Coan then provides information and exhibits of Santilli’s Coca-Cola lawsuit, showing him as one of the plaintiffs. Also the medical discharge for a service related injury is discussed, and other such matters. Thus some of the facts asserted by the Government Memorandum were in error.

Page 2 of Coan’s reply explains, “Set out below is a summary response to the Government’s 59 page detention memorandum, and while this summary does not address every point in the Government’s memorandum, the failure to address each and every point should not be considered an admission by Santilli but just a lack of time to address each and every point.”

Under the subheading, II. The Government’s unwarranted character attack is evidence of retaliation for Santilli’s criticisms, it is asserted, “The Government spends several pages of its memo disparaging Santilli and casting doubts upon his background.  It is unfortunate the Government felt the need to do this, because all they had to do was search their own databases or conduct a simple Google search to verify much of the information they imply is false.”  Coan then provides information and exhibits to counter several claims made in the Government memorandum.

However, one point in the Government’s memorandum was not addressed in the Defendant’s response. The Government had claimed that Santilli’s assertion that he is a Certified Crime Scene Investigator and had taught forensic experts at the FBI academy, the Secret Service and the Departments of Justice at various levels was not corroborated. 

This would seem to be an important fact for the defense attorney to establish, as an argument that the Defendant was not an antigovernment extremist.

So why did Pete Santilli and his attorney fail to specifically address this claim on his resume?  Is it because Santilli had lied on his resume? Or was there some other reason that Santilli felt the need to brush this issue aside, and out of view. Was it because at that time he was incarcerated with his fellow antigovernment protestors and concerned about retribution?

Pete Santilli claimed in his interview with Jason Goodman that no proof was set forth in his two federal criminal lawsuits that he was ever a paid informant for the FBI.  But as we see here, there was a shifting of the walnut shells by Santilli’s defense attorney in regard to one facet of his self published employment history as a government contractor.

The Stupid Illiterate Masses Need A Meme

At the 32.35 mark in the Jason Goodman interview of Pete Santilli,  he says, “Pete, it’s a compelling story and I have to tell you I believe you because what’s happening to me right now is so similar.  [Santilli: Mmm.]  People coming to me telling me to do things, gaining my trust, trying to set up these elaborate scenarios where their groups of people instructing people over You Tube and Facebook and Twitter [Santilli: Yes.],  that don’t send money to Jason or Crowdsource the Truth.  Jason’s doing all kinds of things that I’m not doing [Santilli:  Right.].  People who have come to me to gain my trust only to turn around and start campaigns where they’re emailing my associates and calling my associates and telling them false things about me. [Santilli:  Oh, yeah.]  You know networks of individuals that are making hoax videos with ridiculous memes that are intended to make me look silly.”

They love the Memes, according to the Counter Meme Mug Maker

Continuing, Goodman adds, “They love the memes, Pete, they love to put out a meme because I think what I’ve realized is by making counter memes, is that you know you and I could sit here for two hours presenting a bunch of compelling evidence, but it doesn’t seem to grab the masses quite as quickly or directly as a single image making you look evil, that burns in to someone’s mind and all this complicated discussion about dates and FTP servers and passwords you know sort of escapes most people and they’re not going to necessarily listen, but when you can make a meme and put it out there and put the face on a pig and show the person in a straight jacket where they belong that upsets them because they know that people are going to start to realize they’re disgusting pigs and lunatics, and that said with an image.”

An example of Jason Goodman’s concept of Compelling Evidence as shown in his August 3, 2018 filing of Facts to support his motion to dismiss:This is a nine sentence interpretation of one of his Meme Mug Shots, as displayed at the beginning of this post. If these lawsuits against Jason Goodman ever come to trial, will he have to hire a Meme Interpreter as an Expert Witness?  Will Goodman’s words be translated back into a Meme Mug Shot?

One question which remains unanswered in the Jason Goodman interview with Pete Santilli is,  How does a Covert Operative go about destroying the reputations of two Alternative News Media journalists, who had already ruined any chances they might have had of  being regarded as credible investigative journalists?




D. George Sweigert Adds Exhibits to the RICO Lawsuit against Jason Goodman concerning Suspicious Death of Investigative Journalist Jenny Moore

An August 16, 2018 news story by True Pundit “Investigative Bureau” titled LISTEN:  Haunting Final Interview Surfaces of Dead Journalist Jen Moore; Her Chilling Details of Abuse of Alleged Clinton Rape Victim provides a glimpse into the untimely death of George Webb’s research source Task Force.  Because of these connections, this sad event has been added to the D. George Sweigert v. Jason Goodman RICO lawsuit.

The following screenshots describe the content of the five new public artifacts filed August 17, 2018, as entries 13 and 13-1 on the court docket. These exhibits can be viewed here:  sweigert v goodman entry 13-1

D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman: Memorandum In Support of Motion To Dismiss

On August 3, 2018 the U. S. District Court of Charleston, South Carolina recorded the filing of a Memorandum In Support of Motion To Dismiss submitted by Jason Goodman in the D. George Sweigert RICO lawsuit against Goodman.  This three page document may be viewed at this link:   sweigert doc 9

D. George Sweigert vs Jason Goodman: Plaintiff’s Show Cause Motion

On July 2, 2018, D. George Sweigert signed a document titled, Plaintiff’s Show Cause Motion As To Why the Defendant Should Not Be Deemed To Have Received Constructive Notice of Pending Lawsuit, which became part of the court record today, July 5, 2018.

See link here:  SC-motions

This is an interesting read, and something I had been discussing recently with one of my readers regarding the Summons process of Jason Goodman, who seems to be on the move constantly. Dave Sweigert has quickly and succinctly filed a motion, which presents the question of whether the video testimony observed in one of the Crowdsource the Truth videos is sufficient proof, meeting the guidelines of Federal Civil Court procedures, of what is deemed constructive notice of pending lawsuit.

As a side note, perhaps Robert David Steele’s attorney could learn something from this layman non-attorney Pro Se motion, which most likely is an action that could have been employed in the RDS lawsuit months ago with regard to the elusive Queen Tut. 

D. George Sweigert vs. Jason Goodman Amended RICO Complaint

On June 14, 2018, which was the one year anniversary of the Port of Charleston dirty bomb incident, D. George Sweigert filed a 24 page RICO lawsuit against Jason Goodman, as Defendant.

On June 29, 2018, the original complaint was amended, increasing it to 44 pages.  The Amended Complaint can be seen at this link:   sweigert amended rico 1

The following notes are suggested areas of interest to the reader.

The primary reasons why we should be interested in this RICO case are stated in the Introduction-Summary.

Under “Introduction”, a Summary has been added in this amended complaint, which  focuses on the actions of the U. S. Coast Guard’s  washing of “its hands of any meaningful investigation of a radiological bomb threat delivered to the Charleston Sector duty officer.” Consequently, the FBI was relied upon to investigate the source of the bomb threat, yet we find that this entire matter was “resolved” within 24 hours. One contributing factor noted was that the Midwestern conspiracy theorist allegedly hid behind his journalist privilege of not disclosing his source.

Dave Sweigert observes that one F.B.I. agent investigating this event was apparently from the West Virginia area of operations–exactly the location of the contract F.B.I. informant which had been the hidden source of George Webb Sweigert. He notes, “An overwhelming preponderance of evidence indicates that the F. B. I. took no action to mitigate the phenomenal conflict of interest in investigating this matter–as it involved one of their contract informants.  The practical effects of the F. B. I.’s apparent white-wash has been to allow the wrong-doers to continue their operations with a bold sense of immunity from government prosecution; engaging in a series of illegal racketeering activities.”

In the Background section of the Introduction, more than 4 pages are devoted to laying out the racketeering pattern, the Port of Charleston incident, and the U. S. C G. authority for investigating the events which transpired on June 14, 2018.


This RICO lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, thus nine reasons are stated to establish both who was impacted by the Port of Charleston dirty bomb threat hoax as well as what laws and regulations apply as a measuring stick of the actions of that eventful day. The plaintiff invokes the Private Attorney General (PAG) doctrine which allows him to “augment limited resources of the U. S. C. G.” and their “prosecutorial gaps”. This allows “a private citizen’s standing to sue for vindication of a public objective”.


The general description states, “This complaint alleges that the defendant, and his cooperative of wrongdoers, operate in alignment on social media for a common purpose.  By staging fake news, raising public alarm, spreading junk science, using deception to implement the Port hoax, etc. are rewarded with the expectation of remuneration, increases in their financial status and receipt of other such pecuniary advantages and benefits”.

There are 7 Parties described in detail:

The Plaintiff-Certified in Critical Infrastructure Protection

Wrong-doer Multimedia System Design, Inc.

Crowdsource the Truth- Racketeering Enterprise

Defendant Jason Goodman – Coordinator of CSTT RICO Cartel

Wrong-doer George Webb Sweigert – “Investigative Journalist”

Wrong-doer Deep Uranium – “Confidential Source” of Hoax

Wrong-Doer Quinn Michaels -Team Tyler Hacker Network

General Allegations:

The last sentences conclude, “Unfortunately for law enforcement (and for the public), the complex maze of wrong-doers involved would have been perplexing to unravel.  It is highly unlikely that any significant legal consequences would have been visited upon the defendants and wrong-doers without this present lawsuit.”  Also, the plaintiff Sweigert emphasizes that “this is not a private dispute and there are no other equitable remedies available under law, except those remedies articulated herein.”

Specific Allegations:  Ten Counts (in the original complaint 5 were listed)

Count One:  MDSI Operates as a Racketeering Enterprise

Count Two: MDSI/CSTT Closure of the Wando Welch Terminal at the Port of Charleston

Count Three: Fraudulent “Hudson Intelligence Group”

Count Four:  Conspiracy to Defraud The United States

Count Five:  Murder For Hire Activities on the Darknet

Count Six:  Hoax Assassination Plots

Count Seven:  Malicious State Actors Deny Civil Rights

Count Eight:  Trafficking in Personally Identifiable Information

Count Nine:  Tampering With A Witness

Count Ten:  Abuse of Court Processes by a Federally Protected Witness

Tracking the Leopard Meroz hopes that this amended complaint will be read with interest and with care.  The overall importance of the issues addressed by this lawsuit, as well as the finer details, are highly interesting and of great import in connection to our contemporary Alternative News Media style of journalism.