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.

Jason Goodman, Religious Victim?

A few new developments in the case of Dave Sweigert and Robert David Steele vs Jason Goodman.

Dave Sweigert has his own lawsuit against Goodman in the Southern District of New York. He has also filed a Motion to Intervene as a co-Plaintiff in Robert David Steele’s lawsuit in the Eastern District of Virginia. He recently stated his intention to sue Jason Goodman in the state of California, where he has operated his business “21c3d” for many years.

Mr Goodman has asked the Court for an extension of time for his response to the Motion to Intervene, saying he is being persecuted for being Jewish.

If rats are anti-Semitic, then why is Jason posting hate speech to his Instagram account?

Specifically in his latest filing, Jason Goodman is claiming that Dave Sweigert has filed his motion to intervene maliciously, precisely co-ordinated with the sacrosanct Pesach (Passover) holiday.

Mr Goodman has used Passover as an excuse to ask the Court for an extension of time to file his response to the Motion to Intervene.

Unfortunately for Jason, he is representing himself pro se – without a lawyer. This means that it is important he reads all of the documents filed with the Court, in particular any Orders made by the Judge. If he had done this, he would have realized that the filing date was not set maliciously by Dave Sweigert to target him at Passover. Instead, it was set by Judge Hannah Lauck – who already gave the Defendants an extension of time from the original date of April 23 (during Passover) to May 1 (well after the end of Passover).

In the past Mr Goodman has said “I’m a secular Jewish guy, I’ve never been to Israel, I don’t have any particular affinity towards Israel…I don’t walk around wearing a yarmulke, I don’t frequently go to a synagogue, I have had a bar mtizvah and I do identify as being Jewish”:

This claim to be a non-practicing Jew is borne out by his behavior during this year’s Passover. Rather than attending synagogue and observing the holiday with family and friends (as he claimed under penalty of perjury), in fact he was very busy producing videos and slandering Dave Sweigert and others.

During the 8 days of Pesach he released 9 videos on YouTube and 15 on Patreon – an average of 3 videos per day. 9 of the videos were slandering Dave Sweigert. Jason Goodman also spent time making collages like the one below:

Mr Goodman just published a phone call he recorded with Queen Tut on April 3, 2019. It seems unusual that he has waited until now to release it. She confirmed that everything she said in her interview with me was true and accurate. The audio of this clip is strange – did Jason edit it? Perhaps re-recording his voice to sound more calm? Maybe this explains the publishing delay.

In a previous recorded call, Jason praised Queen Tut “who I consider a very competent researcher and a very honest person”:

Here is the email Jason was demanding:

The domain crowdsourcethetruth.org redirects to the Crowdsource the Truth Facebook page, which suggests that it is Jason Goodman’s domain. The WhoIs record lists 21st Century 3D of New York as the owner. So why did Jason pretend he never received this email?


Unfortunately for the Defendants, “this lawsuit is fake” is not likely to sway the Court into giving them a favorable outcome. With more than 100 documents filed so far, and multiple Judge’s Orders, it sure looks real to me.

Defendant Patricia Negron is certainly taking it seriously, she has hired a lawyer and filed all responses required of her by the due dates.

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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.

Jason Goodman’s Conspiracy Theory

Robert David Steele (L) vs Jason Goodman (R)

Once again I have a dubious Internet character with government connections making preposterous allegations against me. Sigh.

Dave “Acton” Sweigert’s lawsuit against Jason Goodman has moved from South Carolina, where Goodman used his YouTube channel to shut down the Port of Charleston, to the Southern District of New York. Goodman is also the subject of an $18 million defamation lawsuit by (ex?) CIA case officer Robert David Steele in the Eastern District of Virginia.

Dave Sweigert has filed a motion to intervene in the Steele lawsuit as an interested party. Both he and Jason Goodman are representing themselves “pro se”, meaning without a lawyer. Sweigert has considerable experience in this, having successfully won a whistleblower case over CIA budget misappropriations in the same Virginia Court in the 1990’s. Jason Goodman has many lawyers on his show, including Larry “K.F.” Klayman, who was censured by a magistrate for inappropriate touching of his children – and lost two appeals trying to deny this.

The Court asked Goodman to specifically state under oath that he has had no legal assistance in preparing any of his filings. That seems obvious in his latest one, which is an elaborate conspiracy theory. He has accused me of conspiring with friends, enemies, acquaintances and strangers to launder money through the Steemit web site.

Jason Goodman has spoken about Steemit many times and had guests on his show to explain it to him, but he still doesn’t understand it at all. I have a plug-in for WordPress which automatically shares posts from this blog on the Steemit blockchain. Other Steemit users can upvote the post if they like it, each vote earns the post author “Steem Dollars”. The Steem blockchain is public, which means we can easily evaluate Goodman’s claims of a “vast money laundering conspiracy”.

Steemit Account Values:

  1. frank bacon (Tyroan Simpson) $630.94
  2. lifttheveil411 (Nathan Stolpman) $457.05
  3. steveouttrim $159.88
  4. Defango (Manuel Chavez) $40.21
  5. Dave Acton $3.39
  6. jason goodman $3.08
  7. George Webb $3.08
  8. Queen Tut $1.58
  9. Sugar Shine $0.24

Two of the other “co-conspirators” named by Goodman, Jacquelyn Weaver and Kevin Alan Marsden, do not even use Steemit.

The idea that I would risk my career, reputation, and freedom for $159 is preposterous. Likewise, it is silly to think that money launderers would use a platform where all transactions are visible to the public.

Jason Goodman’s absurd filing has necessitated me filing a statement defending my honor against these outrageous, libelous, and ridiculous claims.

My statement:

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Jason Goodman’s pleading:

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This case is also being covered at Tracking the Leopard Meroz, the blog of Jacquelyn Weaver who has also been named as a co-conspirator by Jason Goodman.

Previous coverage:

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




Acton v Goodman: Judge Rules, Off To New York [Update]

In the YouTube truther trial of the century, CIA whistleblower Dave Acton (Sweigert) is suing cinema verite Faux News journalist Jason Goodman over his alleged abuse of his “Crowdsource the Truth” channel with repeated acts of cyber-harassment or cyber-terrorism.

The judge in South Carolina has made his first ruling on the case. Judge Bristow Marchant denied defendant Goodman’s Motion to Dismiss. He has recommended the case to the Southern District of New York, where the defendant operates his alleged interstate racketeering organization from.

The judge reviewed 3 things:

  1. that the plaintiff has standing
  2. that subject matter jurisdiction exists
  3. that the case is not frivolous

The case passed the test, but South Carolina may not be the most appropriate place to deal with it. In the judge’s view, Goodman was in New York when he broadcast his “Clear and Present Danger” show featuring the alleged cyber-attack.

Plaintiff Dave Sweigert still has the right to go before the Court to plead his case for the jurisdiction remaining in South Carolina, where the Dirty Bomb Hoax incident took place in the form of the Port of Charleston’s Wando Welch container terminal being shut down for more than 8 hours. The port handled $75 billion of cargo in 2015, which is about $10 million an hour.

2:18-1633-RMG-BM Report and Recommendation

 

Previous coverage:

Dave Acton Sues Jason Goodman

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

CryptoBeast #2 – #Clownsource the #Peabody

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


 

[Update 9/3/18]

I have tried to post all the documentation from this case but I think I missed this filing, which names Robyn Gritz, Thomas Paine of True Pundit, and Jenny Moore.

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Lift the Veil did an excellent show on this today, which Dave Acton called in to. Dave’s call starts around the 35 minute mark.

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/305177353

Thomas Paine was doxxed this week by Buzzfeed. His real name is Michael Moore, and he was with Jenny Moore when they recorded 90 minutes of abuse survivor testimony right before her alleged death. He is one of the many frequent FBI-connected guests on Jason Goodman’s channel. He revealed in this interview that he works with a private intelligence organization, similar to the London Center for Policy Research that Robyn Gritz is a Senior Fellow at (alongside former CIA director and frequent Fox News contributor Jim Woolsley and frequent Alex Jones guest Lt Col Anthony Shaffer). The Center’s web site lists addresses in New York and Washington, DC – not London.

Robyn Gritz has been very successful in crowdsourcing funds through social media, raising almost $50,000 so far this year. She’s not above connecting her fundraising efforts to Moore’s death.

General Flynn didn’t make out nearly so well:

 

 

DPW vs The Org: Labor Relations Board Ruling

Towards the end of last year, we heard about a big case – one that dealt with issues that Burners who create Black Rock City have had for many years with the organization that collects the money and *ahem* saves it for future roadworks. Here’s a similarly themed protest from 2007:

It doesn’t seem like things have changed much in 11 years. BMorg’s attitude seems to always have been “DPW are volunteers, they can leave any time they want, they should be grateful we give them some food and money and social cachet”.

So what happened with this case?

The only media coverage I saw was in the Reno Gazette-Journal, first from 10-year volunteer Jessica Reeder:

In 2014, it all changed. The event was growing faster than the crew. The work got too hard, the days too long, and collectively, many of the crew realized we wanted to “gift” a little less of our sanity and health. A member of my crew started organizing for labor rights.

Burning Man, to its credit, improved working conditions somewhat. It started feeding laborers for the full season, for example, and instituted a transparent structure for those who do get paychecks. However, the company still “encourages volunteerism,”  asks workers to camp in the dirt for months — and last year, fired the crew member who was suggesting we unionize.

My coworker took his case to the National Labor Relations Board. In a settlement last month, Burning Man compensated him for lost wages, and notified the entire workforce of their right to fair treatment under the law. That’s not an admission of guilt, but it also doesn’t indicate innocence. My coworker was not the first to agitate for better working conditions; and whether it’s coincidental or not, the people who complained did not tend to keep their jobs.

It’s shocking to consider that Burning Man, a people-oriented nonprofit, would do anything other than invest in the health and happiness of its workforce. As a company whose strength is its people, I hope Burning Man will take the lead in treating its crew like a valuable resource, instead of continuing to expect them to “gift” their own lives and well-being.

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The story is not exactly critical of BMorg. Still, it was quickly followed up by another op-ed in the same paper by Joanne Fahnestock

I’m not sure where to begin in my response to Jessica Reeder’s column about Burning Man doing right by its volunteers (“Is 2018 the year Burning Man starts doing right by its workers?,” Jan. 14.)

The obvious first would be: What is the National Labor Relations Board doing getting involved with a volunteer? “Volunteer” says it all. You do not get paid and you can leave whenever you want. If someone wants to change that, it certainly should not occur while you’re accepting the position of volunteer worker.

I agree, the conditions at Burning Man are brutal — hot during the day, cold at night and windy and dusty all the time. You bring your own food, shelter and water. This is all made very clear at the start.

And if it was not clear to you when you signed up, it would be apparent as soon as you got there. You can leave at any time. There is no contract, no obligation. You stay or
you don’t.

One of the 10 principles of Burning Man is gifting time, energy, money, kindness. And it does not contemplate a return or an exchange for something of equal value. Clearly this is a misunderstood principle that neither the workers who filed the complaint, the ones trying to organize or the National Labor Relations Board comprehend.

I have been going to Burning Man for over 10 years and I gift my time. I do not expect anything in return. It is an experience I cannot begin to describe to anyone who has not been there. I expect nothing from the Burning Man Organization. I get so much more than they could possibly give me in dollars.

And when I choose to no longer go to Burning Man, I won’t go.

Doing the right thing is living by the 10 principles. Some are easier than others, but they are always voluntary.

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I wonder if this preachy person has any idea what it is like in the weeks and months leading up to Burning Man, building Black Rock City. Burning Man is hard enough with free pancakes and carcass washing, spare a thought for the people that are laboring long days in the sun and dust constructing things without any of that infrastructure being available to them.

There were no comments to either of these stories, although the case did draw some commentary from long-time Carson City critic Guy W Farmer. There were a few complaints about the obvious shill story on Reddit:

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There is some further discussion at this other r/BurningMan thread about the class divide between paid and unpaid workers and the rich tech bro clientele putting $12 million cash in the Org’s bank.

Jessica Reeder’s original story links to the National Labor Relations Board case information, which doesn’t shed much light:

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BMorg retained a notorious union-busting law firm to represent them against their worker.

I followed the instructions to obtain a copy through the FOIA system. Personal Identifying Information has been redacted by the government.

The plaintiff charges that they were dismissed for (1)discussing and (2)protesting their pay and working conditions.

In the settlement agreement, Burning Man did not acknowledge that they had violated the National Labor Relations Act, but paid the employee in full.

The key finding is that DPW have the right to unionize, and BMorg has been forced to inform all its (200) workers of that.

So there you have it. They will “not refuse to rehire” anyone who complains about working conditions. At least, that’s what they say. YMMV.

Here’s the full documentation:

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