Christopher Doyon, Commander X, Cory Doucet, Deborah Armintor, Denton County DA's Office, Deric Lostutter, Dr Ryan Daniel, Isaac Marquardt, Jason Lee Van Dyke, Jessica Vidrine, John Council, Judge Cody Waddill, Justin Liverman, Kristin Brady State Bar of Texas, Kristin Kidd, Linda Acevedo State Bar of Texas, Matthew Keys, Proud Boys, Shelby Conklin, Texas State Bar Kristin Brady, Thomas Retzlaff, Walker Wicevich FBI Phoenix, William Sommer The Daily Beast
GOOD DAY, EH? WELL TODAY’S TOPIC IS ALL ABOUT VIOLENT NAZIS AND CRAZY REVENGE PORNOGRAPHERS TERRORIZING PEOPLE AND HOW, IF WE BAND TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY, WE CAN TAKE THESE PEOPLE DOWN – 100% VERIFIED!!
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is still keeping a close eye on groups like al-Qaida and ISIS.
But when it comes to the biggest danger on U.S. soil, “the primary terrorist threat to the homeland here today, without question, is homegrown violent extremists. That’s what keeps us awake at night,” FBI Director Christopher A. Wray said recently to a group of national law enforcement officers at an event in Utah a couple months ago.
But while Islamic terrorist groups based in the Middle East still pose a threat, it’s those known as “homegrown violent extremists” that FBI agents are most worried about. These are people who are based in United States and may have never been outside the country, but have become radicalized and inspired by some of the foreign terrorist groups, he said. Some feed into the social media propaganda groups like ISIS generate, he said. And some are just violent, Nazi motherfuckers who sit around all day drinking beer, learning the names of breakfast cereals, shooting guns, and talking about plans to murder people based upon their political belief.
The FBI currently has about 5,000 open investigations into terrorist activity, with an estimated 1,000 of those being homegrown violent extremists, Wray said. They are located in all 50 states.
FUN FACT: Federal law makes it a crime to provide material support to a foreign terrorist group. There is no corresponding law regarding support for a violent white supremacist group.
The FBI is keeping an eye on domestic terrorist groups that promote violent extremist ideologies, such as militias, anarchists, environmentalist groups, or racial hatred groups.
To combat these groups, Wray said the FBI must use intelligence, innovation and partnerships. Those partnerships, he said, are not just with local law enforcement agencies but also utilize mental health professionals and even the public. In most cases, a family member, friend or co-worker has noticed a radicalization transformation happen in a person before they become a violent extremist.
“We need those people to speak up,” he said.
Did any of Van Dyke’s friends and family members speak up when they saw this?
So what are you supposed to do when you are confronted online with this kind of a social media user?
And what did all of that seeing and saying end up doing? CHECK IT OUT!!
Texas Penal Code – PENAL § 36.06. Obstruction or Retaliation
(a) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally or knowingly harms or threatens to harm another by an unlawful act:
(1) in retaliation for or on account of the service or status of another as a:
(A) public servant, witness, prospective witness, or informant; or
(B) person who has reported or who the actor knows intends to report the occurrence of a crime; or
(2) to prevent or delay the service of another as a:
(A) public servant, witness, prospective witness, or informant; or
(B) person who has reported or who the actor knows intends to report the occurrence of a crime.
(c) An offense under this section is a felony of the third degree, except that the offense is a felony of the second degree if:
(1) the victim of the offense was harmed or threatened because of the victim’s service or status as a juror; or
(2) the actor’s conduct is described by Subsection (a-1) and results in the bodily injury of a public servant or a member of a public servant’s family or household.
Keep in mind that Van Dyke is the leader of the Proud Boys – a violent white supremacist group whom the FBI claims has ties to ‘extremists’ groups. The Proud Boys claims to have over 10,000 members.
FUN FACT: The Proud Boys is a far-right organization that admits only men as members and promotes political violence. It has a presence in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. The group sees men, especially white men, and Western culture as under siege; their views have elements of white genocide conspiracy theory.
The group was started in 2016 by Vice Media co-founder and former commentator Gavin McInnes. Proud Boys emerged as part of the alt-right, but in early 2017, McInnes began distancing himself from the alt-right, saying the alt-right’s focus is race while his focus is what he defines as “Western values”. This re-branding effort intensified after the Unite the Right Rally. The organization has been described as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and NPR’s The Takeaway. While the group claims it does not support white supremacist views, its members often appear at racist rallies and events. The organization glorifies violence, and members participate in violence at events it attends; SPLC has called it an “alt-right fight club.”
As mentioned above, the FBI has been keeping a look-out for these kinds of guys. And when the evidence was irrefutable and the time was right, they acted. CHECK IT OUT!!
So the big take-away from all of this is…..absolutely nothing good if you are a member of the McGibney Gang. Van Dyke’s electronic devices were either seized and/or copied by the Government, and search warrants were served on his email providers.
ADMIN NOTE: According to sources close to the investigation (which consist solely of the voices in our heads), a preliminary report claims that documents and communications were discovered pertaining to San Jose revenge porno perv James McGibney (who we don’t like), his attorney Evan Stone, Beaumont attorney John Morgan, and Texas private investigator Philip Klein, as well as Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes, and numerous other individuals.
Funny how for the past nearly SIX YEARS James McGibney (who we don’t like) has been claiming to be receiving death threats against him and his children, yet no one has been charged with any crimes, let alone arrested.
— SO HERE IS THE TIME LINE —
Van Dyke sent his death threats on December 12, 2018. The District Attorney’s Office filed a motion to revoke his bond two days later, on December 14.
Van Dyke failed to appear for his December 21 court hearing and, instead, went on the run to parts unknown. Van Dyke remained a fugitive for nearly three weeks, until he was captured on January 8, 2019.
Three days later, as a result of a joint Dallas FBI – DHS counter-terrorism division / local police task force, Van Dyke is arrested for the felony offenses of obstruction of justice and retaliation against a witness – which is punishable by 2 – 10 years in state prison.
According to recent filings in federal court, there are also pending federal charges for violations of Title 18 U.S. Code § 875 – Interstate Threats.
ADDITIONALLY, Some Random Person We’ve Never Heard Of Before has learned that Van Dyke, Gavin McInnes, and other Proud Boys members are under federal investigation for violations of 18 U.S. Code Sections 2101 (Riots), and 371 (Conspiracy), due to Van Dyke’s and McInnes’ involvement and leadership roles in a domestic terrorist group and their responsibility for directing numerous acts of political violence all across the country.
During the January 11 hearing on a motion to set a new bond, Van Dyke claimed he was not able to attend the December bail hearing because of a hunting trip to Alaska that had already been planned, his attorney Dominick Marsala told the judge, the Honorable Coby Waddill.
When asked, the prosecutor, Kristin Kidd of the Denton County DA’s Office, suggested a $5,000 bond with various conditions. But unfortunately for Van Dyke, Some Random Person had already gotten to the judge and gave him his marching orders (kinda like what happened to John Morgan when Judge Chambers pulled the rug out from under him and hammered Morgan with additional TCPA sanctions).
“There’s no evidence about his ability to make bond,” Waddill said in court after state lawyers asked for a minimum of $5,000. “I’m inclined to go much higher.”
Hey, BV Files, how much higher do you think the judge will go? you ask.
During Friday’s roughly 45-minute bail hearing, Kidd submitted affidavits from Retzlaff and Denton City Councilwoman Deborah Armintor detailing alleged threats Van Dyke had made in recent months. Other community members have taken issue with Van Dyke’s connection with the Proud Boys, an organization some have characterized as a hate group.
Kristin Brady, a prosecutor for the State Bar of Texas, appeared in court Friday as a witness. She is heading a case to possibly disbar Van Dyke, with a hearing scheduled for Feb. 8. Retzlaff filed a grievance with the state bar because of threats Van Dyke allegedly made. Van Dyke has allegedly threatened Brady as well.
“I felt concerned, and the reason I felt concerned is this whole grievance is based on a death threat,” Brady said in court Friday. “He’s copying more and more people on these, and I don’t know what he’s going to do.”
The District Attorney’s office recently filed a motion seeking to continue the trial based upon the finding that police body cam video exists. Van Dyke, of course, opposes this request. Which is weird. The video is what it is and is the best evidence of who said what.
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***States First Motion for Continuance
And there we are.
GUESS WHO GOT HIT WITH STATE BAR DISCIPLINE AND WIN A NEW CAR!!!
Notice how the suspension is back-dated to November 15, 2018. Which was likely the date that the agreement was signed. It appears that State Bar Grievance Committee Presiding Member Harold Hagen just did not get around to signing and dating it until December 28, 2018. Which was a date during which Van Dyke was a fugitive from justice and, thus, was not around to sign anything.
A VERY NEAT TRICK BY THE STATE BAR IN GETTING THIS MINOR COMPLAINT OFF THE PLATE BEFORE MOVING ONTO THE MAIN COURSE.
FUN FACT: This complaint is totally unrelated to the one filed by Retzlaff. This complaint was one made by Dallas area dentist Dr. Ryan Daniel who was also threatened by Van Dyke in a series of telephone and electronic communications.
Van Dyke filed a SLAPP lawsuit on behalf of Jessica Vidrine, a girl who was exchanging sexual favors for legal work? Shitty legal work, mind you. But then again, Jessica is kinda ugly and fat, with mixed race kids. CHECK IT OUT!!
Jessica Elizabeth Vidrine claims to be a Registered Dental Assistant.
Jessica got fired for being a loser. So she went to Nazi attorney / possible pedophile Jason Lee Van Dyke – a tough, mean lawyer! Since she had no money, Jessica paid the only way she knew how….
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***Vidrine v Daniel - P's 1st Amend Pet & Application for TRO - 11-20-2017
…and, as a result, Jessica got exactly the type of legal work she deserved!
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***Vidrine v Daniel - D's original answer - filed 12-4-2017
Once the case got transferred to the proper forum, which was Dallas County, Van Dyke quickly knew the jig was up and that he could no longer rely upon his Nazi butt-buddy, the not-so-honorable Jonathan Bailey, Judge of the 431st District Court, to place his thumb on the scales of justice.
So Van Dyke nonsuited the case within about two weeks of it getting placed in Dallas County courts. What a pussy – 100% VERIFIED!!
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***Vidrine v Daniel - Order on Nonsuit - 12-29-2017
So what was Dr. Daniel’s State Bar grievance about? CHECK IT OUT!!
A full article can be found here on a blog run by a close and personal friend, Ken White’s Popehat blog:
Someone pointed out that there is another client of Van Dyke’s, who also filed a LOLsuit (a SLAPP lawsuit) who was exchanging sex for legal services. Could that client be Shelby Conklin?
As our long time readers will recall, Shelby is the girl behind Van Dyke’s infamous Pink Meth LOLsuit.
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The allegations that Shelby Conklin traded sex for legal services appear unlikely, at first glance, on account of her status of being a total smoke jumper. But then again, Van Dyke cannot afford to be choosy. So who knows if the rumors are true.
Philip Klein settled a major lawsuit in San Antonio, Texas, several weeks ago. Though the settlement was supposed to be confidential, one of the parties to the case let it slip in a recent court filing. CHECK IT OUT!!
So for our careful observers, page 4 spells it out – $1,000,000 in damages (plus attorney’s fees) was paid by Philip Klein (and his insurance company).
SPEAKING OF PHILIP KLEIN…..
Klein will be questioned under oath in the very near future.
Right now the plaintiffs are seeking summary judgment against Klein.
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***P's Memorandum in supp of mt for sj for Kunz
The SLAPP case that will never end, James McGibney vs. The Internets, is heading into its sixth year!!
For those of you who have forgotten, this is the SLAPP lawsuit that started it all.
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***McGibney vs The Internets - Texas Lawsuit
McGibney ended up getting hit with over $1.3 million in court sanctions and attorney’s fees. That ruling was successfully appealed by McGibney, and now everything is back in the trial court for a complete do-over on the matter of sanctions for violating the anti-SLAPP law and attorney’s fees for the winners.
There was a telephone conference call between Judge Cosby and the parties Friday, January 11. According to sources close to the investigation (which do NOT consist of the voices in our heads), there is some dispute about the issues of TCPA sanctions, but none on the attorney’s fees (just the amount is in dispute, not the fact). And then some idiot said he wants to take the deposition of Neal Rauhauser. Unfortunately for James McGibney (who we don’t like), Rauhauser cannot help you! A hybrid-contingent fee agreement is completely valid and McGibney has to pay. Crying like a bitch is not going to help.
BUT WAIT…. in a shocking development, a new document has surfaced that may very well play a HUGE role in determining sanctions. CHECK IT OUT!!
While you may be done with the past, the past is not done with you, PissBoy.
UPDATE: JAN 28,2019:
HAS JASON LEE VAN DYKE MURDERED ONE OF THE WITNESS AGAINST HIM OR OTHERWISE CAUSED THIS PERSON’S “UNTIMELY” DISAPPEARANCE???
Law enforcement seems to think so – and so do we. CHECK IT OUT!!
As our long time readers, listeners, and supporters will recall, Denton attorney and leader of the Proud Boys white supremacist group was arrested in September 2018 for making a false police report as a part of an insurance fraud scheme.
After being released on a $1,000 PR Bond, Van Dyke thought that it would be a good idea to threaten to murder the main witness against him in the State Bar of Texas disbarment case.
This lead to his bond being revoked and Van Dyke being ordered to appear in court on December 21, 2018. Instead, Van Dyke fled the jurisdiction and went on the run for nearly three weeks – with ALL of his guns!
Regardless, the District Attorney’s Office went on with preparing its case and it issued subpoenas for its main witnesses: Isaac Marquardt and Cory Doucet.
HOWEVER, because Jason Van Dyke likely MURDERED Isaac Marquardt, or otherwise made him “disappear”, the Sheriff and District Attorney’s Investigators were unable to locate Isaac and his family has no clue as to his whereabouts, other than that he was “last seen” with Jason Van Dyke!!
UPDATE #2 – JANUARY 28, 2019:
There was an evidentuary hearing today in Denton County, Texas. After hearing all the evidence and arguments of counsel, the judge found that Jason Lee Van Dyke was criminally responsible for the disappearance of Issac, the main witness against him in this criminal case. CHECK IT OUT!!
UPDATE #3 – February 5, 2019:
yesterday Van Dyke filed a motion in his criminal case seeking to allow the admission of polygraph test results that supposedly help his case and “prove” his innocence.
Unfortunately for Van Dyke (and his drug-addled lawyer), polygraph results have been INADMISSIBLE in criminal cases for at least 30 years where proof of guilt is “beyond a reasonable doubt.”
STAY TUNED RIGHT HERE FOR FURTHER UPDATES AS THE DAY PROGRESSES. WE ANTICIPATE POSTING COPIES OF COURT TRANSCRIPTS FROM A RECENT HEARING AND YET MORE COURT DOCUMENTS!
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