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Philip Klein is a criminal who took an active role in the creation of some FAKE child custody court papers that resulted in the false arrest of two people near San Antonio, Texas. He is also CLOSELY linked to Beaumont, Texas, attorney John S. Morgan. Morgan, as our long time readers will recall, made some false police reports against his ex-wife (a former Assistant District Attorney) claiming she and her co-workers stole drugs from the evidence locker. Morgan also tried to get his then 13 year old daughter, Anne, to make false sex abuse claims against her own mother in a failed bid by Morgan to steal custody of his three children!!
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.
Which is really surprising considering the active role Klein played while his good friend John Morgan was abusing his own three children.
Philip Klein is also a dead beat who does not believe in paying his bills. Which is not surprising since all the other members of the McGibney Gang have also filed bankruptcy, have tax liens, or court judgments against them.
In fact the list of people whom Klein owed is TWELVE PAGES LONG!
IF ANYONE READING THIS IS CONSIDERING DOING BUSINESS WITH NEDERLAND, TEXAS, BASED PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR PHILIP KLEIN OR HIS BUSINESS KLEIN INVESTIGATIONS & CONSULTING – RUN AWAY, DON’T WALK, FROM HIM AS FAST AS YOUR LITTLE FEET CAN TAKE YOU!
Klein is a professional liar who is deeply involved in revenge pornography and blackmail with James McGibney (who we don’t like). Klein is currently the subject of an active investigation by the Texas Department of Public Safety – Private Security Bureau which, if we are all lucky, will result in the termination of Klein’s license to be a private investigator in Texas.
Here is a list of the other dumb asses who work with Klein. Watch out for these people, too!
In a forthcoming feature article we will be posting the personal information on each and everyone of these individuals and tell you exactly who they are and why we don’t like them. It will be horrific and full of harrowing personal details regarding these individuals – seriously!
BUT FIRST SOME UPDATES…..
As some of you have no doubt already heard, things are starting to heat up just a little bit in the San Jose, California, restraining order lawsuit that was filed by James (Jimmy the Piss Boy) McGibney (who we don’t like) against American Hero and Honorary Admin to the BV Files Thomas Retzlaff. It seems that ViaView, Inc. was finally able to get a license to do business within the state of California after all these years.
HOWEVER, the IRS and State tax investigations are still ongoing and remain unresolved. Should the California Franchise Tax Board not receive satisfactory responses and documents in its audit of McGibney’s and ViaView financial documents, they will suspend McStupid’s business license in a heartbeat.
So far, every other McGibney related business entity has lost its license to do business due to McGibney’s clear financial problems and his very serious legal troubles.
According to sources close to the investigation (which consist entirely of the voices in our heads) the following statement by James McGibney (who we don’t like) will never, ever not be funny:
So in any event, it seems that McGibney and his Vicodin using attorney Jason (Jay) Leiderman were somehow able to convince the trial court, the Honorable Socrates Manoukian, that this contempt of court nonsense needs to be tried in front of a jury. So the good (not so good!) judge appears to have set the matter for a November 2, 2015, jury trial. Since our American Hero and Honorary Admin of the BV Files Retzlaff has repeatedly stated to the court that he will not willingly show up – and since the California court does not have any way of being able to force him to appear (because of a little thing like lacking personal jurisdiction over TR and the inability to cross state lines to go get him), Judge Manoukian said that he was going to conduct a trial in absentia.
Unfortunately (not so unfortunately), Judge Manoukian seems to have forget that binding precedent just recently handed down by the California Sixth District Court of Appeal in the case of People v. Espinoza (2015), 233 Cal. App. 4th 914 which clearly states that trials in absentia were not just unconstitutional, but illegal as well.
Under the American legal system (and the system used in English Common Law countries), Stare decisis is the doctrine of precedent. Courts cite to stare decisis when an issue has been previously brought to the court and a ruling already issued. Generally, courts will adhere to the previous ruling. In common law legal systems, a precedent or authority is a principle or rule established in a previous legal case that is either binding on or persuasive for a court or other tribunal when deciding subsequent cases with similar issues or facts. Common law legal systems place great value on deciding cases according to consistent principled rules so that similar facts will yield similar and predictable outcomes, and observance of precedent is the mechanism by which that goal is attained. Black’s Law Dictionary defines “precedent” as a “rule of law established for the first time by a court for a particular type of case and thereafter referred to in deciding similar cases.”
Thus, under the American legal system, Judge Manoukian, who sits in a trial court, is legally bound to follow the decisions and legal principals handed down by the higher courts when trying to figure out what decision he needs to make on a particular issue or point of law.
In another bad decision made by Judge Manoukian, with regards to the subpoena for records from WordPress.com / Automatic, Inc. (our previous blog hosts), our American Hero and Honorary Admin of the BV Files TR filed an objection with the court seeking to have that subpoena quashed. But the judge claimed that TR lacked standing to make this objection.
Clearly he screwed up here – twice. We wonder if anyone will notice. Oh wait….
So the bottom line is that we here at the BV Files can absolutely confirm that WordPress has stated, in writing, that they will NOT be releasing any of the information requested by the McGibney Gang until ALL of the appeals in this matter have been exhausted – Seriously. 100% VERIFIED.
Why Jimmy the Piss Boy wants this data – which has long gone stale due to the data retention policies of the Internet Service Providers in question (which only keep IP logs for 180 days), is beyond us. Oh, wait… McGibney is a revenge pornographer / blackmail artist who likes to sexually harass little girls and cyber-stalk folks.
IN BREAKING NEWS….
It seems our American Hero is seeking appellate review of these decisions by the trial court in the form of a petition for writ of mandate and a request for an IMMEDIATE stay of all proceedings in the Superior Court. CHECK IT OUT!
So what do legal experts say?
As an appellate judge considering an average layperson’s pro se pleading invoking complex constitutional doctrines, several things would get my attention. I would be concerned that a trial judge (barely more than a traffic court judge) accustomed to ordering men to stop beating their wives might not have given due consideration to constitutional and procedural law in a case involving suppression of free speech that is offensive. I would be concerned that the judge was trampling on constitutional rights and jurisdictional principles because he was angry that the litigant had insulted his authority. I would be concerned that the judge was planning to get away with it because the distant litigant might not be able to afford a defense. It would take me about 10 minutes to issue a stay, and 6 months or more to adequately treat the merits of [this] exhaustive application.
196 pages of extremely vexatious litigation. Wow!
IN OTHER NEWS….
Some Random Person We’ve Never Heard Of Before sent us these photographs. If anyone can identify the hotel these were taken at, you WIN A NEW CAR! Clearly someone does not give two shits about all the drama going on in San Jose with the restraining order LOLsuit so they decided to take a trip to South Florida for the past six days.
We here at the BV Files sincerely hope that he does not get arrested, when he least expects it. Am I right?
But since he is expecting members of the McGibney Gang to come and try to serve him with some more completely and utterly bogus court papers, here is Some Random Person We’ve Never Heard Of Before standing outside of his residence in Scottsdale, Arizona, so that he will be easy to find this time. According to sources close to the investigation (which consist entirely of the voices in our head), the residential address on TR’s driver’s license matches exactly with the address of this high-rise condominium which, interestingly enough, is just a few short blocks away from The Biltmore Golf Club.
But since some people seem to be under the mistaken impression that the police and court system is Their Personal Army, we here at the BV Files would like to quickly lay that notion to rest.
Right here below is an excerpt straight out of the Extradition Policy handbook from the Santa Clara County (Calif) Sheriff’s Office. A more clearer statement cannot be found. CHECK IT OUT!
Just to double check and follow up, we also took the time to contact the person at the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office who is in charge of handling extradition. This is what he said:
Our procedures do not delineate between felonies and misdemeanors. Rather, we look at a variety of factors, including: the seriousness of the offense, and whether the crime committed is one of significant local concern. As a practical matter, application of the factors generally discourages extradition on misdemeanor offenses, but there is nothing in our policy that specifically prohibits misdemeanor extradition.
However, when questioned further, this man stated that, in the eight years that he has been in charge of extraditions, not once have they ever extradited someone out-of-state on a misdemeanor. The California Governor’s Office (the Executive Authority in charge) absolutely will not authorize the issuance of a Governor’s Warrant in the case of misdemeanors, no matter how horrifically horrible they might be. Seriously. The last time they did so involved a man named John Mark Karr, and that was only because Karr agreed to the extradition and did not challenge it. And we all know just how well that turned out for the state of California, eh?
As if further support were necessary, here is an excerpt from the District Attorney’s Office own policy handbook on Extradition which clearly states that they will not extradite in cases involving civil / criminal contempt of court, either.
Fun Fact: A governor’s warrant — also called an extradition warrant — starts the extradition process for a person who flees a state to avoid arrest or prosecution. Unlike a search or arrest warrant that a magistrate or judge signs, a governor’s warrant can only be issued by the governor or a person appointed to act as a representative. It also can only be issued for the purpose of returning a fugitive who’s been arrested in another state back to the charging state. As an example, a governor’s warrant could be issued to extradite a defendant who skipped bail in Iowa and was arrested in Florida six months later.
Now we here at the BV Files are certain that members of the McGibney Gang will just claim that the DA’s Office really is on their side and are waiting for the “right moment” to strike and go get this TR person.
But if that were the case, why are they not simply prosecuting TR themselves and why have they completely and utterly ignored ALL of McGibney’s cries of The Aryan Brotherhood is after me and wants to have surprise sex with my wife and cut the heads off my little pointy headed kids!
If the San Jose Police Department really did care, Piss Boy, TR would have done been arrested well over a year ago. Am I right? Yeah, you know we are.
We here at the BV Files can confirm that alleged member of the McGibney Gang, the man supposedly pseudonymously known as Captain Obvious, private investigator Robert (Rob) Holmes, owner of IP Cybercrime.com, no longer has his private investigator’s license in the state of Texas, and his California license has been suspended. Holmes is under active investigation by the licensing authorities in both Texas and California and, if all goes well, will permanently lose his PI license in both states!
As many of you already know, this Captain Obvious person would oftentimes appear on Mike Arpey’s Blog Talk Radio podcast and say stupid things. One of our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters, took it upon his or herself to ‘deconstruct’ the voice disguise machine that this person was using, and here are the results. CHECK IT OUT!
Is this the voice of a man or a woman, or something in between? YOU DECIDE!
WHAT IS INTERESTING ABOUT THIS IS HOW THIS CAPT OBVIOUS PERSON SEEMS TO SAY JUST HOW CLOSELY HE/SHE IS WORKING WITH KLEIN AND THAT KLEIN IS WORKING WITH JAMES MCGIBNEY (who we don’t like).
To be honest, not being Twitter nerds, we Admins haven’t the slightest clue as to whether or not this “analysis” was done correctly or what it means. But here it is for y’all to check out.
AND HERE IS SOMETHING IMPORTANT….
James McGibney is a lying sack of shit – 100% VERIFIED. When you get caught committing perjury in open court (like what McGibney did), the police and the prosecutors want nothing to do with you.
So Philip Klein decided to do what he does best, which is to do a whole bunch of super shady, illegal as hell, shit. And now it looks like it will cost him $8 million, courtesy of American Hero and Honorary Admin of the BV Files, Houston, Texas, attorney Jeffrey Dorrell.
Dorrell, like Retzlaff, is a man who simply cannot be intimidated by these members of the McGibney Gang and their nonsense.
Philip Klein is not only a dead beat, who does not believe in paying his bills, but he is a big, stupid man with a big, stupid mouth, who likes to say and do all kinds of big, stupid things. And now it is going to cost him a pile of money.
For those of you curious, Klein is being represented by this man here from San Antonio, Texas.
Rick Espey, who resides at 22903 Mangrove Dr., San Antonio, TX, 78260 is married to Nancy, who also works in the same law office.
Espey is stuck with the unenviable task of trying to defend Klein from some pretty horrific allegations. Espey is being paid by Klein’s liability insurance company, which is on the hook here.
Fun Fact: If you get canceled by your liability insurance carrier, you automatically lose your Private Investigator’s license in Texas. Mandatory. So even if nothing happens with the Texas Dept of Public Safety investigation of Klein, if he gets canceled by his insurance company, Klein and his company are out of business. HORRAY!
So what did Klein do and when did he do it (allegedly)? CHECK IT OUT!
So there you go. Some pretty cool stuff to keep you all entertained and busy for the next few days until something even more exciting and interesting comes down the pipeline.
AND REMEMBER…. no matter how badly your life and your day is going, it’s not going has badly as it is for revenge pornographer / blackmail artist James McGibney (who we don’t like), who lost it all on account of one or more people in a Grand Civil Conspiracy with each other who got fed up with his BULLSHIT (to use a religious term from Harvard Divinity School) and decided that they had had enough!