Acton vs Goodman – Monkey Business

Some important new documents have been filed in this landmark case. Thanks to Leopard Meroz for publishing them.

Document 113 request for discovery from Jason Goodman

Document 116 Movant’s Response to Plaintiff’s Objection


#SealedIndictments

LoneGreyHat has been doing a phenomenal job tracking the #SealedIndictments – which technically are “sealed cases”. About 10% of them have been unsealed since the tracking began, revealing major cases like NXIVM, Julian Assange, big pharma billionaires and opioids.

The so-called “Q slayers” will tell you there’s no such thing as sealed indictments. You can judge for yourself, right down to individual case level which can be confirmed on PACER.

Interactive map: https://bad-boys.us

Spreadsheet with full details

Here are the case stats for the Southern District of New York for comparison:


Here is the video where Defango, aka “LARP Wars”, launched his gambit to get included in the legal case in Virginia:

In this video Defango claims he is joining the lawsuit and teaming up with Jason Goodman (blue team)
This is the video where Defango goes through the lawsuit against Jason Goodman that he never filed

Robert David Steele’s impassioned support for George Webb is surprising, given his claims to be an expert in Open Source intelligence. It’s perhaps more indicative of the side Webb is playing for than the quality of his research.


Previous coverage

Original CryptoBeast interview with Queen Tut:

Quinn Michaels: “Burning Man Sites On Top of a Massive Underground City”

CryptoBeast #2 – #Clownsource the #Peabody

CryptoBeast #13 – #govLARP

CryptoBeast #16 – Queen Tut Spills the Beans

Dave Acton Sues Jason Goodman

Acton v Goodman – Was Charleston Dirty Bomb Hoax an FBI Operation?

Acton v Goodman – Judge Rules “Off to New York”

Insane in the Ukraine: J.Go Like You’ve Never Seen Him Before

Insane in the Ukraine Part 2: The Spin Begins

See also Tracking the Leopard Meroz, where you can find most of the Court documents without having to pay for PACER searches yourself.

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