As usual, Jason should have read the fine print. His victory dance may have been a little hasty, since the judge did grant one of the Plaintiff’s motions and also gave the Plaintiff permission to re-file his claim. She seems to acknowledge some merit to the claim, and her response gives a pathway to the pro se Plaintiff indicating what she is (and isn’t) looking for to move this case forward.
The judge called Jason Goodman’s accusations “wildly implausible” and “facially ridiculous”.
The judge is basically saying that Jason Goodman’s conspiracy theories are so far-fetched that nobody could take them seriously, and are specifically designed to deceive his own audience.
The judge specifically says that Goodman has not presented ANY evidence that supports ANY of his “outlandish” claims.
The Judge invited Dave Acton to file an amended complaint which addresses her concerns in the next 3 weeks:
Dave Acton makes a power move, asking for the judge to be disqualified. She was the former General Counsel of the FBI under Robert Mueller; the defendant is very intertwined with the FBI having based their show on “intelligence” from the “Hudson Group”, and other matters that are central to this racketerring lawsuit. The Defendant is also very involved with Jerome Corsi and Larry Klayman’s lawsuit against Robert Mueller and “Citizens Grand Jury” proceedings. The conflicts of interest seem very clear…and interesting.
From what I hear Leopard Meroz has been targeted by the Satanists which has scared her off covering the various lawsuits against Jason Goodman. I will be publishing court documents here, and providing analysis whenever I can find the time.
Perhaps freaked out by Defango’s mega-doxxing – or his claim that pro se Defendant Jason Goodman is going to depose him in New York next month – Plaintiffs Counsel with the support of attorneys for Defendant Patricia Negron are urging the judge to sign a protective order making information provided during the discovery process confidential.
Doc 159 – Plaintiffs’ Revised Motion for Entry of a Protective Order
Doc 160 – Plaintiffs’ Memorandum in Support of Revised Motion for a Protective Order
Doc 161 – Response to Motion for Protective Order and Notice of Parties’ Agreement