Jason Goodman Crippled By My Opening Legal Salvo

Playing the victim has brought Jason Goodman this far. A channel with 85,700 subscribers that he can’t stream to. A long list of burned bridges from former guests on his show that he later betrayed. A mounting number of lawsuits across the country.

We’re facing in 2020 an exciting leap year of intense political action. Will Jason be able to cover it live? Or will his days be spent pushing paper and sweating bullets over his increasingly numerous legal entanglements?

He’s talking about the copyright strike I gave him for doxxing my family. “Leave my family out of it” is a pretty reasonable and fair request, I would hope anyone would agree with that. If he chooses to ignore it then he must accept responsibility for the consequences of his decisions.

Sadly, instead of owning up to his actions Goodman chose a childish move, striking my video in petty retaliation – even though I didn’t play anything from his channel. I was forced to upload another one with the clips he objected to edited out:

It would be easy for Mr Goodman to do the same. Remove my copyrighted work from his video and re-upload it. Why does he choose lawsuits instead? Is the plan to tug on the heart strings of his audience to fund his pro se legal defenses with superchats? Perhaps Jason is looking longingly at the lucrative fundraising his frequent guest “Vabelle Danger” aka Robyn Gritz has been doing off her FBI wrongful dismissal claim. Her GoFundMe’s about to enter into its third year, even though the basis of her claim seems weak since she resigned in 2013 rather than being dismissed (she’s kept herself busy working at the Macy’s Cosmetics counter and as a Senior Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research).

Source: GoFundMe

Maybe Mr Goodman is seeing crowdsourced dollar signs after interviewing his other recent guest, the multi-million dollar king of them all, Sawman.

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To remove his strike from my channel, I filed a counter-notification. Jason Goodman now has ten business days to file a new lawsuit against me, making his argument that playing modified versions of his clips from a comedy channel infringes his rights. It will be interesting to see what legal basis he comes up with, since the clips are marked parody which is specifically mentioned as acceptable Fair Use.


Outtrim v Goodman

Last week Jason Goodman filed an objection to my copyright claim.

The video linked is CryptoBeast #16 – Queen Tut Spills the Beans. I’m not aware of ANY false information in it, which is eyewitness testimony of a whistleblower formerly inside his operation whose story has been verified from multiple sources.

I might be a public figure, but the other person in the photograph is not. Nor is she an employee of a UN-linked agency.

Mr Goodman thinks he has the right to take peoples’ Facebook photos and display them in high definition without modification for two minutes on his channel, even if the images were privacy restricted to only be available on Facebook. Pretend to be someone’s friend so you can steal their photos, then monetize them on your stream while begging for donations and “pateon” subscriptions. He will be arguing in Court that the law somehow lets him do all of this, but I don’t think he will find much case law he can cite in support of this idea. Even if he could make a successful argument that showing a photo for minutes without specifically discussing it is somehow Fair Use, that doesn’t override the right to privacy.

YouTube’s legal process requires me to file a lawsuit against Jason Goodman to settle his dispute of my copyright claim. So I wrote to the Magistrate Judge in the most local of all his lawsuits, Sweigert v Goodman in the Southern District of New York asking permission to file a Motion to Intervene. The issues in the two cases are almost identical, because Jason Goodman doesn’t just occasionally behave like this, he has built his entire multi-national operation on a consistent and readily identifiable pattern of fake news, lies, defamation and smear campaigns – all of which I can prove with evidence that meets the Federal Standards.

Think I’m kidding? Here is evidence of an active whisper campaign he is doing right now, contacting people he sees me communicating with to smear my character. Unfortunately for him most of the people I like to associate with in the research community are actually researchers too. They have critical thinking and logic skills, and the sleight-of-mind tricks that work on Jason’s mostly boomer audience aren’t going to turn out the same way with them. You can see in this conversation how that went for him…

“He claims I was in Ukraine fomenting revolution in 2013” – I challenge Mr Goodman to provide a citation showing where I ever made that claim. The Maidan Revolution was actually in 2014. Was this a Freudian slip, revealing he was involved with AeroEscape LLC which was incorporated in 2013? You can read my coverage (evidence-backed, as always) at Insane in the Ukraine Part 3 – Sheep Dipping the Truther (also Part 1 and Part 2).


Battleground 1: Pink Umbrella Court

Here’s my letter to the Magistrate Judge in New York:

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Mr Goodman freaked out and immediately returned to his conspiracy theory defense.

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This guy has no shame – he is gaslighting the Judge. He says “Outtrim wrote a declaration in support of the Plaintiff’s motion to intervene”. This is completely false, it’s not what happened at all. Jason as the Defendant wrote an Opposition to the Motion to Intervene in which he named myself, Titus Frost and a host of others in a vast (and vastly illogical) conspiracy theory, using likes on Steemit posts to somehow stop his “truth” from coming out. Several of us who were named in Goodman’s statement wrote letters to the Judge swearing under penalty of perjury (ie. voluntarily putting ourselves in legal jeopardy if we were lying) that his claims were completely false. Mine was titled “Statement in Response to Defendant’s Opposition to Motion to Intervene”. It was not in support of any Plaintiff motions. Nor was it in support of the intervenor-applicant. It was a direct response to the unsubstantiated nonsense in Jason Goodman’s Defendant’s Statement of Opposition. The Virginia Judge refused to let Goodman bring us into his suit, ruling that we were non-parties. Goodman is trying to twist these facts into a claim that I filed a Motion to Intervene in his Virginia case which was denied by the Judge – a complete lie.

The New York Judge didn’t waste any time, issuing an Order denying Jason’s motion for a deadline extension.

This greatly upset Jason. He has a YouTube channel to run, these pesky Judges’ Orders get in the way! So he seems to have thought “maybe if I send the Judge an email with some more conspiracy theory allegations, he’ll change his mind and grant an extension so I can really ‘Close In’ with Charles Motel”

Jason Goodman emailed the Judge:

Date: November 13, 2019 at 7:53 PM
Subject: Re: 1:18-cv-08653-VEC-SDA, Sweigert v. Goodman
Thank you your honor, however Mr. Outtrim’s inappropriate actions have revealed new evidence that is extremely significant and must be included in my answer.  Outtrim’s latest action provides further proof of the alleged conspiracy between Plaintiff and others including Outtrim. 

This causes me to request that you reconsider today’s order given the following circumstances:

Irrespective of Mr. Outtrim’s denial of intervention, his reason for attempting to intervene changes my answer and requires additional time to complete. Prior to emailing you inappropriately, Mr. Outtrim submitted a fraudulent complaint to YouTube that has crippled my online business by preventing me from live streaming my daily broadcasts to my audience of 85,000 viewers.  This has negatively impacted my income and is a clear example of the ongoing extrajudicial steps Plaintiff and his associates have taken in their persistent and escalating effort to disrupt my day to day life, my business and my ability to defend myself in this legal mater.

Online broadcasting is my full time job and primary source of income.  The YouTube penalty will continue indefinitely IF Outtrim is able to demonstrate to Google that he has an active lawsuit against me for the same claim he has submitted to YouTube.  It is extremely important to my defense that I have the additional time requested so I may adequately explain and present the relevant facts and details related to shed light on this newest development and so the court may consider these facts in rendering its decision.

I respectfully request that you reconsider the order and allow me the time extension.  I stand ready to submit another motion for extention of time if that would please the court.

Jason Goodman, Defendant Pro Se

Source: checkmatek2.net

“Crippled” his business? He is still Premiering his videos live, which means he should be able to receive superchats and talk directly to his audience. He never interacts with the chat on his show anyway, except to delete any “trolls” who dare to question the narrative, or to post the links for his subscriptions. I haven’t gone after his Patreon or Subscribestar accounts…yet. So how is his business hurt in any way? Meanwhile my family is suffering greatly from him doxxing my wife, and I am defamed per se by him accusing me of “murdering” someone who was hit by a car in a different country, whose death was ruled suicide by vehicle.

He is also directly lying to the Judge that the YouTube copyright strike penalty is indefinite. It’s for 90 days.

His logic doesn’t add up either. He says his business is crippled while the lawsuit is going on; yet he says he wants to delay the lawsuit and stretch it out longer.

Jason’s case is jumbled and confused, and it seems that he is trying the patience of the legal system. Reconsider the Order? Who does he think he is? The judge made another Order, slapping him down again:

Jason Goodman’s response to the Second Amended Complaint was due today, November 14. He was given a choice whether to file what he was asked to three weeks ago; or file another Motion for the Judge to reconsider his denial of an extension.

Jason filed another Motion, in which he lies to the judge again and gets his own pronouns confused.

This is plainly nonsense. Why would the Plaintiffs file a motion to intervene in their own case? As I pointed out earlier, I did not write anything in support of the intervenor-applicant. Defendant Jason Goodman brought up my name and I wrote a letter to the Court categorically denying all of his claims. There was no ruling from the Judge about frivolous claims or abuse of process. In fact, the Judge spent 7 pages of a 14-page Memorandum Opinion going through the legal basis of rejecting the Motion to Intervene. There would be no need to do that for a frivolous claim, she could have just denied the Motion.

Did Jason just copy and paste his latest New York Motion? Maybe from one of Klarry Layman‘s documents? Did his close pal Laura Loomer help out? Either that or the Tinder Predator is getting rather confused about how he identifies:

He also swore under penalty of perjury that he sent a letter via email to a physical post office:

This is what happens with liars – they just can’t help themselves.

Jason asked for a week extension. The Judge finally caved on this third attempt, granting Jason an extension – but only for the weekend.

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Can Mr Goodman see the rabbit hole he is digging for himself? The next stage of this case is the interrogatory discovery requests, due by next Thursday Nov 21.


Meanwhile, in Virginia

Jason Goodman recently had to appear in Court in one of the other defamation and slander lawsuits against him, Steele et al v Goodman et al in the Eastern District of Virginia.

He started out a bit confused:

The judge had to explain to the Defendant that he can’t give him legal advice:

There was a whole discussion about Goodman’s dick pics. He tried to get them taken out of the case, but it got shut down.

His claim that “I have never live-streamed a phone call with anyone without telling them” is another falsehood. I’ve personally witnessed him doing this to Laura Loomer (having an airport meltdown over her luggage), the New York Post and the Washington Post (where he used the social engineering technique of pretending to be someone else by using Kevin Marsden’s complaint ticket number). He also frequently records conversations without permission or even notification then broadcasts them, such as this one with Douglas Gabriel from American Intelligence Media.

By the end of his first day in Court, Goodman felt that anything he said would be inappropriate. The judge said that was probably true, since they were only there to set the trial date.

Source: Justia

It’s going to be a busy 12 months of legal responses for Mr Goodman. I hear there are other lawsuits pending for him too…including two I’m aware of in California. At some point wouldn’t it be better to go back to “truth”, like the title of his channel? Surely that is preferable to trying to frame people for murders of suicide victims, shutting down ports, training people how to modify household appliances into directed energy weapons, and the rest of his LARPing antics.

A New Low For Logos [UPDATES]

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Jan Irvin is becoming increasingly unhinged. See:

Debunking Jan Irvin

Debunking Jan Irvin Part 2

His latest behavior is a new low, even for him.

He is now reporting his critics to the FBI. For some reason he has enough influence with this government agency that they are actually going to peoples’ homes to question them for criticizing Jan and to intimidate them into stopping.

Fortunately the person in question has a Ring doorbell which records video, so he was able to capture the whole interaction. The video and sound quality is less than ideal, but you get the gist:

Jan accuses everyone else of being a government agent, but this is a clear sign that he is at best an FBI informant, and at worst an active part of their modern-day COINTELPRO operations.

The person swatted says:

He was obviously playing the christian card. Those FBI people said that he told them that he runs a christian podcast show. I told them he only recently started to claim to be a christian. That when I first met him he claimed Jesus was a mushroom and never actually existed. Pretty sure I know exactly when Jan called them. Because Jan told me he was going to call them. It was when he was filling multiple copyright claims on my channel. I emailed Jan trying to get him to stop filling copyright claims on me. He said he won’t stop. I called him a little bitch that dishes it out by attacking others constantly, but cries like a bitch when people give him a taste of his own medicine. When he did get the channel taken down I told him you just guaranteed that I will now make more videos on you. And that’s when he said he’s calling the FBI on me. I said go ahead. Not thinking he actually would. What I did not tell the FBI and I wish I would have remembered, was that Jan accuses other people of being me. But lately he’s been accusing people that disagree with him of being Steve (Zos). What the whole thing reminded me of is how whoever calls the cops first is the side the cops tend to take. Clearly the FBI did not even google Jan Irvin. They new nothing about him except for what he told them. Had they just googled his name, I bet they would have never bothered me.

[UPDATE 5/12/19]

The victim of Jan’s FBI swatting cyber-attack has spoken out, under his more commonly known alias:



These days Jan insists that anyone who questions him is a “crypto-Islamic Neo-Nazi”. This is ridiculous prima facie, because neo-Nazis are associated with racism and white supremacy, not praying to Mohammed.

Jan now claims that the government story of 9/11 is true, and that Islam is to blame for the collapse of the three towers – not the neocons and “dancing Israelis”.

Jan Irvin has appeared on Alex Jones’ InfoWars 3 times this year. On his most recent appearance he called out “GDL”, the Goyim Defense League, saying that they call for violence against gays. Like most of these claims, Jan provides no citation for it.

Since I published my Debunking posts and video, many truthers have now moved to publicly distance themselves from Jan. Jesse Spots severed all ties:

Former collaborator Matthew North said Jesse summed up his opinion too:

On May 17th Matthew North did a video explaining his thoughts on Jan.

Adam Green called him a “turncoat”, “deceptive”, and “fraudulent”:

Not content with publicly humiliating his wife – then asking the audience to send him superchats because “I need a steak dinner after this” – Jan has threatened her with legal action in an attempt to steal research she began before she ever met him.

On his most recent show he doxxed Handsome Truth from the GDL:

Doxxing and calling in copyright strikes to censor critics is colloquially known as “Gay Ops” in the truther community. Jan tried it with me:

Unfortunately for Jan, when I began collaborating with him I asked him to sign a contract giving me the right to use any content I created with him. Clearly he is not a man of his word, and lacks the integrity to honor contracts he has signed. I challenged the strike and it was removed.

Others were not so lucky. Albert Bishai was banned from live streaming because of a copyright strike from Jan, for playing a video from the Activist News channel that included a clip of Jan:

Jan’s recent shows promoting the Talmud and Islamophobia have been very poorly received by his audience, judging by the Like:Dislike ratio.

Jan claims that the many dislikes are from “shills”, in his mind it is not possible that any genuine person could dislike his content. Even if that were true, it does not explain why there are so few Likes from videos with thousands of views on a channel with 66,000 subscribers. He was doing much better a couple of years ago with my content:

His shows with his (third) ex-wife Holly were also well received:

Jan Irvin insists that he is an advocate for free speech, yet deletes comments, blocks anyone who questions him, files copyright strikes, and snitches to the FBI. All these actions are the complete opposite of what he professes to stand for. If you live in Logos you can defend your ideas with evidence and logic – there is no need to attack the messenger and silence dissent.

What will be next for Jan? More FBI raids on anyone who questions his increasingly erratic claims? Surely Alex Jones cannot condone frequent guests on his show acting in this manner.

[Update May 20 2019]

CryptoBeast #18: Truth in an Age of Alt-Media Agents and Psyop Shills – with Special Guests Vahid Razavi and Joe Atwill

Joe, Vahid and I have more in common than decades in the tech industry: we have all recently been accused of being CIA agents by Jan Irvin. We talk about this and the wider problem in the alt-media of “everyone’s a shill” serving the divide-and-conquer agenda, which takes the focus away from real research.


Previous coverage:

Debunking Douglas Dietrich

Debunking Jan Irvin Part 1

Debunking Jan Irvin Part 2 (Updates)