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Good day, eh? Well today’s topic is all about yet another missing child case and yet another case of Philip Klein getting caught fabricating evidence and telling lies with false accusations of “murder” and “law enforcement corruption.”
This is not the first time that Philip Klein has fabricated evidence and made false statements to the police in a missing child case – it certainly won’t be the last.
– We tell you people time and time again –
DO NOT HIRE PHILIP KLEIN AS HE IS A CRIMINAL WHO GOES AROUND THE COUNTRY SCAMMING FAMILIES OF MISSING CHILDREN, STEALING THEIR MONIES, AND PROVIDING NOTHING BUT FALSE PROMISES, FALSE HOPE AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY, FALSE ACCUSATIONS IN RETURN.
For more than four years Klein and his family (wife Inga, son Charles, and daughter Caroline), have been running a fund raising scam in which they have been soliciting money that they claim they need in order to find missing children, but they have instead been using it to fund their defense in several lawsuits that have been filed against them in Texas and elsewhere.
Back in November 2015, ten months after its start, Klein raised $5,000.
As of September 2016 Klein claims to have raised $25,960. An increase of around $20,000 in less than one year (not bad!).
However, in the last three years, Klein has only raised less than $2,000:
While it appears that a great many of you, our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters, have read our warnings about Klein and his crime family and decided not to donate or do business with them, not everybody is paying attention.
Yet again, another dummy has hired Philip Klein – this time a dummy named Penny Meek of Canadian, Texas.
For those of you who have not been paying attention: Thomas Brown, a 17 year old high school student and homosexual, was last seen hours before Thanksgiving Day 2016 in Canadian, Texas. Brown, who played football, was involved with theater and was known as a devout Christian / homosexual, was reported to have missed his curfew and was subsequently reported missing.
Since then, the story of his disappearance has captured the attention of people in and around the Texas Panhandle. In January 2019, Brown’s body was found off Lake Marvin Rd., near Lake Marvin, about 19 miles east of Canadian. Due to being eaten by Dingos and such, only about 30% of his body remained.
Hours after Thomas disappeared, a friend of his used a drone to look for his car. His Dodge Durango was discovered the next morning near the edge of town by the baseball fields with no sign of foul play.
Two months after his disappearance, a search party found Tom’s backpack nearly four miles from where his car was found.
In July 2017, Tom’s mother, Penny Meek, told the community she had lost all confidence in the Hemphill County Sheriff’s Office. She expressed that she wanted the case to be turned over to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
I’ve been frustrated with this investigation from the get-go. Part of this is for accountability, to make sure they are doing what they say they are doing. The other part — and we’re not talking about sensitive information — but to show the videos of the times Thomas’ car was seen on camera that night and photos of where the car was found.
Maybe someone will see something no one else has seen, maybe it will provide a lead.
In October 2017, another search party – one organized and lead by Philip Klein, joined together. Klein claims to have found a cell phone, a small caliber pistol pouch, and clothing.
Unfortunately for Penny and her family, during that “search”, someone involved with Philip Klein and his gang of criminals at Klein Investigations & Consulting of Nederland, Texas, planted evidence in this case – evidence in the form of an I-Phone 5 which Klein & Company planted along the side of Lake Marvin Road during the “search” that was being conducted only by Klein and this team of criminals – far away from the area that was being searched by law enforcement.
Specifically, a group of 135 volunteers had been vetted, screened, and selected by law enforcement to help. After conducting preliminary searches in the area with his own team, Klein had concluded that he needed more people to comb through the rugged, heavily-wooded terrain along Lake Marvin Road. Tom’s phone was discovered in the first hour of the search, very close to the US 60 intersection. It showed no signs of having been exposed to weather for any length of time, nor was it damaged from mowing, which led the Texas Attorney General’s Office to conclude that it was planted in that location.
This, of course, is not the first time that Philip Klein has been caught fabricating evidence. He was recently sued in San Antonio, Texas, after getting two people wrongfully arrested based upon false evidence and false police reports.
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***Klein lawsuit - 2nd amend petition
Klein – and his insurance company, Great Midwest Insurance – were forced to settle this lawsuit in January 2019 and paid off over $1 million in damages to the victims.
FUN FACT: Klein tries to build himself up as a private investigator with such a high sense of righteousness he was willing to sell out his own clients to make the “truth” known to the general public when he uncovered the awful truth when, in fact, Klein is not only a dimwit, but he is a drug addict and alcoholic, too! Thus, anything Philip Klein says is automatically untrustworthy!
Klein, his family, and employees are a group of thieves who travel around the country like Gypsies running their various scams and con-jobs until things get too hot for them, at which point they pack up and over onto another scam, er, case.
DO NOT HIRE ANYONE OF THESE PEOPLE!!!
Of particular note is a criminal / fraudster named Stephen Hartman who has been on Klein’s payroll for a number of years, despite the fact that Hartman has a very long and well-documented history of telling lies under oath and a criminal record, to boot!!
Klein is an absolute fraud and a scam artist who would rather lie then tell the truth even when the truth will suit him better. Just check out this recent television news interview Klein did about the DeOrr Kunz case:
Chelsea is clearly not the sharpest of news reporters. But even someone as stupid as her can smell a rat… eventually.
The problem now is that Klein has absolutely sabotaged any hopes of criminal charges being brought in this missing child case. Should the parents ever be arrested (and they very well could be, who knows), Klein’s actions, lies, and outright perjury have created automatic Reasonable Doubt for any eventual jury.
When an investigator involved in a criminal case is dirty and gets caught in a pattern of the creation of false evidence and false claims about the possible suspects, that taints the entire case as any potential murder defendant can stand up and point to Klein and his group of criminal employees and make a legitimate claim that they have been set up and falsely accused on account of something fabricated by Philip Klein and his criminal organization called Klein Investigations & Consulting.
Here is the multi-million dollar lawsuit filed by the Kunz family against Klein, which is still pending in an Idaho court.
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***Kunz v Klein - Case # CV-17-6338 - filed Nov 1 2017
Klein widely claims to have been “instrumental” in many international child abduction cases and displays the following extravagant claims on his website:
Klein styles himself as the savior of lost and missing children.
Klein claims to be closely associated with several U.S. government agencies.
We, however, checked. According to sources close to the investigation (which consist of the voices in our head), none of these entities are willing to admit to ever hearing of Philip Rogers Klein or having any kind of “relationship” with him!
But you wanna know who Klein does have a close and very personal “relationship” with? CHECK IT OUT!!
After many months of no news and nothing much happening, on August 21, 2019, the Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton, released the following statement to the media announcing that the case was being closed as there no evidence of murder. CHECK IT OUT!!
AG Paxton: Joint Statement on Thomas Brown Investigation in Canadian, Texas
This joint statement is regarding the investigation into the disappearance of Thomas Kelly Brown. The Office of the Attorney General, FBI, and the Texas Rangers briefed the 31st District Attorney’s Office on the findings of this case, and all parties concur with the investigative findings. Specific details have been withheld for the integrity of the case and the dignity of the family.
On November 23, 2016, Thomas Kelly Brown was last seen in Canadian, Texas, at approximately 11:30 p.m. by several of Thomas’s friends. Thomas was reported to have missed his curfew and was subsequently reported missing. The Hemphill County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report, and an attempt to locate Thomas was initiated.
This investigation has been a collaborative effort between the Hemphill County Sheriff’s Office, Texas Attorney General’s Criminal Investigations Division, the Texas Rangers, and the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Throughout the investigation, evidence has been discovered and obtained by various agencies and thoroughly analyzed. There is no viable evidence that would lead a reasonable person to conclude that foul play led to the death of Thomas Kelly Brown. This includes evidence related to manner of death, cause of death, or evidence of a specific suspect.
Investigators have exhausted all resources available and have spent thousands of hours dedicated to Thomas Brown. Several additional agencies and hundreds of individual citizens have also assisted in this case. Therefore, this investigation has been suspended pending any newly discovered credible evidence.
HOWEVER, the Texas Attorney General’s Office got totally sick and tired of Klein’s grandstanding and constant BULLSHIT. Seriously. So at the same time they were releasing the above press statement, they held a private briefing for just a small group of individuals in the local community.
Fortunately for you, our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters, that briefing was secretly recorded. The report you will read here is based on information gathered from the transcripts of a recorded meeting called by investigators for the Texas Attorney General’s Criminal Investigative Division, with other law enforcement representatives involved in the Thomas Brown case, and members of Tom’s family and their friends (to include Philip Klein).
The media release that was delivered at the onset of that meeting is not the one that was read to that gathering—and the difference in its content was substantial enough that, when we learned about it, we felt it merited the attention of a larger community.
Your Admins of the BV Files wrote this story because, within hours of being informed that all allegations against the Hemphill County Sheriff’s Office had been thoroughly investigated, and that no evidence of criminal wrongdoing could be substantiated, several of those privy to that conversation (i.e. Philip Klein) returned to the work of stoking the accusations and misinformation and hateful rhetoric on social media that the lead investigators hoped that meeting might put to rest.
We wrote it because in an age of lies, the truth deserves to be told, and because it is long past time—in this tragic chapter of Canadian’s life—that it has the chance to be heard.
A joint statement issued by the Texas attorney general’s office, the FBI, and the Texas Rangers, and released to selected media outlets on Wednesday, Aug. 21, revealed that there was no viable evidence of foul play in the death of Thomas Brown. It was a long-awaited break in the silence maintained by the AG’s Criminal Investigations Division, which accepted the case in early 2018, and an acknowledgment to the public that the investigation had been actively pursued.
It was also only the tip of the iceberg. Brown, a senior at Canadian High School, disappeared on Nov. 23, 2016. He had missed his midnight curfew—uncharacteristically, his mother, Penny Meek, said—and was reported missing early Thanksgiving morning. A weeklong, area-wide search followed. The absence of any clues was as puzzling as Tom’s disappearance itself. The search continued intermittently in the following weeks and months, often announced by the familiar sound of a chopper, its pilot surveying the ground from overhead.
Prayer vigils were held.
Yellow ribbons appeared all over town. In the intervening 145 weeks, the mystery of the missing Canadian teenager—whose death was finally confirmed when his remains were discovered near Lake Marvin at the beginning of this year—has haunted not only this community, but an ever-expanding one that has hungrily followed every mention of the search and investigation.
The decision by Hemphill County Sheriff Nathan Lewis to turn over his investigation to the attorney general’s office was compelled by a social media-driven petition led by Meek and friends—the self-named Moms4Tom Facebook group urging the AG’s intervention. What followed, though, was a virtual news blackout by the AG’s office.
Their Aug. 21 media release was timed to coincide with the start of a meeting that same afternoon, attended by representatives of each law enforcement agency, and an invited contingent of Tom’s family members; two Moms4Tom representatives; private investigator Philip Klein and his associates; and 31st District Attorney Franklin McDonough, who had already been briefed on the findings. The statement reviewed the basic facts of the case and ended with an acknowledgment that the investigators had exhausted all resources available and spent thousands of hours dedicated to the case. The investigation would remain open, but would not be actively pursued.
Omitted from that media release, however, was this statement—read by OAG Investigator Sgt. Raymond “Chris” Smyth at the start of the meeting noting that the initial investigative work by the Hemphill County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) had been reviewed, and any deficiencies addressed. “During this investigation,” Smyth said, “all allegations, including those regarding HCSO, have been investigated and no evidence of criminal wrongdoing could be substantiated.”
Hemphill County Sheriff Nathan Lewis has been harshly criticized by Meek, Klein, and Moms4Toms, and accused of complicity in Tom’s disappearance and death. Seriously! Those vague allegations have been amplified in social media by followers of Moms4Tom, Philip Klein, as well by discussion groups on the Unfound podcast Facebook page and others.
The AG’s statement directly addressed those criticisms and allegations, and found no credible basis for them.
Smyth said the release had been issued to correct “the significant amount of misinformation that has been issued publicly,” adding that some specific detail had been withheld to protect the dignity of Tom’s family (i.e. that Thomas Brown was a homo who sucked dick and who killed himself as he was about to be “outed”). While the evidence produced in the investigation “is sufficient to produce suspicion and conjecture,” he read, “there is not sufficient evidence of criminal activity. The investigation has been complicated and compromised by public speculation and information.”
During the two-hour meeting, several areas of frequent public conjecture and speculation were also directly addressed by Smyth, and by the AG’s lead investigator, Sgt. Rachel B. Kading.
The missing iPhone
Not only was Tom Brown missing, but his iPhone, school-issued backpack, and laptop were all gone, as well—only adding to the mystery of his disappearance. The backpack and laptop were found three months later by a North Plains Electric Cooperative employee who was clearing the right of-way near the company’s main transmission line on Lake Marvin Road.
From its location, position, and condition, it was apparent the bag had been there for some time. A subsequent forensic investigation yielded little information from the laptop. Eleven months later, the iPhone was also found on Lake Marvin Road during an extensive search of a 10-mile “hot zone” conducted by the private investigator Meek had hired in the first week of her son’s disappearance—Philip Klein Investigations. A group of 135 volunteers had been vetted, screened, and selected to help. After conducting preliminary searches in the area with his own team, Klein had concluded that he needed more people to comb through the rugged, heavily-wooded terrain along Lake Marvin Road.
Tom’s phone was discovered in the first hour of the search, very close to the US 60 intersection. It showed no signs of having been exposed to weather for any length of time, nor was it damaged from mowing, which led to still-unresolved speculation that it was planted in that location. “There is no way it could have been sitting out there for that period of time,” Kading said. “Somebody who knew that search was going to occur, who would have had access to the phone, placed it out there,” said Smyth. “I have no doubt about it.”
Who would have had motive, means, and opportunity to plant evidence? Why it is the very same person who has been accused and found GUILTY of fabricating evidence in the past so many, many times…
The phone was processed for both fingerprints and DNA, Smyth said. “Both of these things were negative.” It was also missing the charging case that friends said Tom was meticulous about using when he was out of the house. Asked where the phone case was, Kading said, “I think you have the phone case, Penny,” to which Tom’s mother replied, “I always had it.” “Was it normal for him to take the phone out of the case?” she was asked. “No,” Penny said. “It was actually very unusual.”
The data recovered from iPhone
Although initial efforts by the FBI to retrieve data from Tom’s iPhone apparently failed, the AG investigators reported during this meeting that they had sent it to another lab that had successfully recovered information from the phone. Kading explained that the lab was able to recover deleted items, “things that were in other allocated spaces that some other technology was not able to gather.”
The information offered some clues to Tom’s state of mind before he went missing. “We did find searches for the suicide hotline on the evening that he disappeared, that had been deleted,” she said. In follow-up phone calls to the hotline, she added, they were unable to obtain any of the reported calls, to see if there was any way to trace these calls, to see if there was any way to determine what kind of conversation had taken place. “They basically cannot release that information,” Kading said. “They actually said they don’t keep it, so there would be no way for us even to get a search warrant to obtain it.” “That’s probably the most significant thing that nobody is aware of,” she said.
The cause of death ruling
“You’re not ruling this as suicide, correct?” the investigators were asked. Drawing on hours of interviews with friends and family, Smyth said, it was apparent Tom was conflicted over several things. “He had a lot of stuff going on,” he said. “When you add all of these elements together…can I say 100 percent that’s the case, no, I cannot say that. But I can tell you that’s what the evidence suggests for us.” “One thing we’re trying to do is put a logical explanation to an illogical situation,” said Smyth. “We can’t explain what someone is thinking when they do that. I can tell you that in my experience…someone who is going to commit suicide…nobody knows until they are actually found dead.”
Asked whether they had ruled Tom’s death a suicide, Smyth said, “We don’t rule anything,” explaining that it would be up to the medical examiner to rule on any cause or manner of death. “What we will say is, obviously, there were remains found,” said Kading. “Those remains did not provide any information as to what happened, other than that he is deceased.” In response to questions, Kading explained that only a portion of Tom’s remains were found, attributing that to animal activity and the length of time—over two years that the body was exposed to the elements. “We had sufficient evidence that was where his body was…pieces of clothing and things like that,” she said, noting that there were no fractures found. “There were rumors,” she said.
“We looked at Facebook and saw what was going on up here. We saw that people were saying that he was torn apart, that he was dismembered and spread out all over the county by somebody.” “We do not believe that is the case.”
The investigators confirmed that no suicide note was found, and that nothing else pointed to that as cause of death. “We also have nothing,” Smyth said, “to corroborate if somebody did something to him.” “That’s the big elephant in the room, right?” he said, referring to the “Help Find Tom Brown’s Killer” campaign. “I am telling you from every investigative angle, there is no evidence of that.”
Smyth was also adamant in addressing rumors that Sheriff Nathan Lewis or any of his officers were involved in Tom’s disappearance and death. “I want to clear the air real quick,” he said. “We specifically kept the Sheriff’s Office out of this from the time we took over, to maintain the integrity.” “Our office spent about 28 hours conducting a search of the Sheriff’s Office: forensically dumped computers, searched offices, searched desk drawers, closets,” Smyth said. “Twenty-eight hours straight, we basically shut the SO down. We essentially locked them out of their office for over a day.” “There is nothing that has turned up forensically in that search,” he concluded, “and you are not going to get rid of that stuff. Just like in the phone…we found that.” “We have no indication that the SO was involved.”
Surveillance videos recorded from the Moody Building the night Tom went missing have also fueled widespread speculation, and provided visual fodder for a series by Unfound podcast originator Edward Dentzel. The original videos were collected and taken to an FBI lab, which was able to enhance their quality and detail. Kading said the enhanced video was so clear that they could see the Toyota emblem on the inside seats of a car parked across the street.
Kading spent countless hours viewing those videos, with all of the sightings of what was thought to be Tom’s vehicle driving back and forth through town during the night and early morning hours. With the enhanced video, she was able to determine they were not Tom’s vehicle. In the videos taken from Alexander’s surveillance cameras, Tom’s vehicle is easily identifiable. It was seen at about 1:15 am, and then reappears again at 5:20 am, as it turns off US 60 on Birch, and heads east toward his home. At 5:22 am, Tom’s vehicle comes back down the hill and turns north onto US 60.
There was a four-hour period, Kading said, when the vehicle was not seen at all. In none of the videos she reviewed was she able to determine who was behind the wheel. “We will say that whoever is driving the car doesn’t seem to be in any type of panic,” Kading said. “They are driving safely. They are not rolling through the stop sign or anything like that.” “It’s hard to say who that would be,” she added.
The photo of Thomas Brown at Fronk Oil
Penny Meek insists that, in the earliest days of this investigation, Sheriff Lewis showed her a photo of Tom filling his car that last night at Fronk Oil. Penny’s debit card, which she gave to Tom before he left the house that night, was used at 11:28 pm to pay for a full tank of gas.
Sheriff Lewis has persistently denied the existence of that photo, which Penny mentioned again in the AG’s meeting. “Before we did a search of the Sheriff’s Office,” Kading said, “I actually subpoenaed all of their data from the online site that keeps all of the agency’s data and their videos.” “I watched every video from that time period,” she said. “I never saw anything that would have produced that picture.”
In addition, she said, they downloaded the entire server for the SO’s computer network. “Our forensics people went through it, and we also went through it. It was very time-consuming.” “We never saw anything that could have produced this picture.”
As the meeting closed, Kading again pled with those present to put an end to the spread of misunderstanding and misinformation. “I think the hype that has been built up in Canadian is exactly that: that there has to be a killer found. And that’s what this has been about for a year now….that there is this person in Canadian who has committed this horrible crime and it gets people scared. This is the result.” “If the community is going to heal, there has to be some kind of acceptance that it is what it is at this point. That we don’t know, and it’s OK not to know. But we can’t go so extreme…because we don’t have evidence of that.”
Klein, of course, has been the one solely responsible for creating the hype and spreading all the lies and misinformation. Why? So he can raise more monies for his failing private investigation business and so he can put his face all over the news media and appear relevant.
And, of course, Klein is very upset and demands that everybody ignore the man behind the curtain. CHECK IT OUT!!
Many thanks to Some Random Person Who We’ve Never Heard Of Before for posting a copy of the audio recording of that August 21 meeting on SoundCloud so that all of you, our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters can listen to it and hear what the representatives from the Texas Attorney General’s Office have to say.
I received this today from Michael Caseltine’s mother:
FALSE ACCUSATIONS TOM BROWN / CASELTINE SUICIDE
I am attempting as a last ditch resort to once again state the FACTS regarding false accusations and information that continues to be posted and shared on community Facebook pages connected to the Tom Brown investigation.
We all want justice for Tom but allowing false information to circulate and unfounded conspiracy stories to thrive only serves to hamper the investigation as well as question the integrity of those approving such posts.
DEBIT CARD FACT: The debit card found in Tom’s car did in fact belong to my son. He was with Tom and another friend driving around from approximately 6:30pm to 7:30pm in which he came home and remained home until they called him to help search for Tom around 2:30am. Not only is he prone to lose his card but he was part of a group of friends that drove around with Tom almost every night since we moved here in 2015. I CANNOT FATHOM as to the reason this is not stated in any timeline given by the family, which automatically makes the finding of the card suspicious when in fact there is more than ample evidence to the contrary.
I cannot attest to why he is being singled out since he has never been a suspect and has been cleared by ALL law enforcement involved in the investigation.
SUICIDE FACT: My husband did in fact take his own life and I can assure you his last thought was not Tom Brown but in fact one of incredible pain and suffering linked to his ongoing battle with manic depression and the inability to breathe from a sickness he could not recover from.
IF YOU MUST KNOW he use a 9mm hand gun that was owned by our family NOT a 25 caliber.
I hope you all are very happy with yourselves and regardless of your intentions, there is NO justification for defaming ones character, making false accusations and creating undue pain and suffering to our family as we grieve the loss of a WONDERFUL man, husband, father and teacher.
My son is an amazing young man who has endured rumors and lies told about him from the day we moved to this town and though not perfect he does not deserve the slander imposed on him from self righteousness hypocrites whose children are no different.
I pray daily for God to have mercy and want nothing more than for Tom to have the justice he deserves and his family to be able to have closure but in the mean time innocent people should not have to become a receptical for another’s pain.
UPDATE: SEPTEMBER 11, 2019
Philip Klein seems very, very angry over things that we are posting here and that other people are spreading around on the internet. CHECK IT OUT!!
And what do the now former supporters of Klein have to say? CHECK IT OUT!!
YET MORE ATTEMPTS AT SPINNING THIS STORY BY KLEIN….
Klein is refusing to leave the case because this has been a money maker for him. He cannot afford to stop the gravy train. Last July 2017, Klein was forced to cancel the health insurance for himself and all of his employees.
THIS WILL NEVER NOT BE FUNNY:
Finally, I have been falsely accused by not only the stalker but from some of you in the Hemphill County area of being a “Fraud” and a “Liar” as well as tampering with evidence. This is not true – and I will confirm to everyone today that I was asked by the OAG to take a polygraph test regarding this accusation. I passed my polygraph test on all levels.
—Statement by Philip Klein on September 11, 2019
When Klein was busy taking his polygraph regarding the accusation he planted evidence, did the polygraph examiner ever ask Klein about other claims that he has made that turned out to be totally false? Claims such as:
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***Klein's response to summary judgment
And here is a recent Facebook post in which Klein admits that he is under investigation for being involved in the death of one of his clients. CHECK IT OUT!!
For those of you interested in learning more about Klein and his criminal activities, please go visit our Close and Personal Friends below:
Something that James McGibney (who we don’t like) and all those who associate with him should have thought about first:
Not only are your Admins of the BV Files always hard at work, bringing you all the news that is news around the world 24/7, but so, too, are your Honorary Admins of the BV Files!!
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS YOUR AMERICAN HERO & HONORARY ADMIN OF THE BV FILES HOUSTON ATTORNEY JEFFREY DORRELL??
Yeah, sounds like real fun – not!
In the mean time, take a look at what is now sitting in the lap of Judge Donald Cosby in preparation for the big hearing on anti-SLAPP sanctions against San Jose revenge porno perv James McGibney (who we don’t like). Just filed this afternoon, this document is certain to get the attention of a lot of people in Fort Worth. Very harrowing and extremely vexatious, is our opinion. CHECK IT OUT!!
*** CLICK ON IMAGE TO VIEW ON YOUR MOBILE DEVICE ***Murder Threats Letter to Judge Cosby - 9-12-2019
We think we will go and watch a movie tonight instead of a bunch of stupid Democrats. Maybe this movie…
For years Philip Klein and his gang of criminals at Klein Investigations & Consulting have sought the spotlight. But Klein needs to remember something very, very important: For a man in his position, the spotlight can turn into an interrogation lamp pretty damn fast!