Your Help Is Wanted To Defend An Innocent Man!



According to a recent press release, one of your American Heros & Honorary Admins of the BV Files is facing criminal charges in Phoenix, Arizona, involving yet more false claims made by James McGibney (who we don’t like), his employee Brittany Retzlaff, the Nazi / pedo guy Jason Lee Van Dyke, failed and discredited private investigator Philip Klein, and others.

Recent court filings in the Phoenix case indicate that your American Hero & Honorary Admin of the BV Files, Tom Retzlaff, had been able to hire two separate lawyers to represent him.  According to court records, both attorneys were forced to withdraw and quit the case because of harassment and threats of violence made against them and their families, allegedly by James McGibney (who we don’t like) and those in cahoots with him (commonly referred to as the McGibney Gang).

However, in an extraordinary bit of luck, Mr. Retzlaff has obtained the services of one Rick Miller, who is the Deputy Director of the Maricopa County Legal Defender’s Office.  Mr. Miller has been a Board Certified Criminal Law expert and attorney since 1984.  He is the Number Two man in charge of all of the Public Defenders in Maricopa County, some 150 lawyers and a budget of more than $120 million.



Houston attorneys Anthony LaPorte – Jeff Dorrell – Kent Hanszen


Yes, you heard that correctly!  Lawyers for your American Hero need you, our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters to pitch in and help a brother out.  Because a friend in need is a friend indeed – 100% VERIFIED!!


So, please, if you have any information about James McGibney (who we don’t like) and his group of cyber-stalking white supremacist computer hackers, please contact Mr. Miller and share with him anything that you have that you feel might be helpful to the defense.

To be honest, we are sorry that we did not think of doing this long ago when your American Hero & Honorary Admin of the BV Files Joseph “JoJo” Camp found himself in a bit of trouble on account of James McGibney (who we don’t like) and his attorney Jay Leiderman of Ventura, CA, several years ago.  But better late then never, right?


For those of you curious, the below document does a pretty good job in explaining what this case is really about.  Many thanks to your American Hero & Honorary Admin of the BV Files Houston attorney Jeff for getting this to us. 



State v Retzlaff - what the case is really about


So if you have any information that might be helpful to the defense, please do not be silent!

What Happened To The BV Files Blog????

So late last week there was a hardware issue with the blog server.  Normally, that would be a very simple problem to fix.  Amazon Web Services or GoDaddy has millions of servers.  So there would be no down-time for a blog or website.

Unfortunately for you, our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters, none of that is any help to us, your Admins, because our server – your server – is not hosted anywhere in the United States.  It is hosted in a Third World country in the Middle East that is about ten time zones ahead of us in California, run by people who speak a funny language, and for whom the COVID-19 (aka China Virus) is just an excuse to justify really shitty customer service.

So when a server crashes due to some kind of power spike and chips get fried, it is a very huge hassle trying to get someone to fix it.


A backroom somewhere in Dubai, UAE




Of course, the advantages of having a server located in a far off country that literally does not give two shits about U.S. courts or law enforcement and their pathetic attempts to get subpoenas for our – your – dox, goes without saying.




So when one of your Admins of the BV Files was finally able to get someone on the phone who speaks English, what we had hoped would be a simple fix with minimal down-time for our libel blog was revealed to be neither simple nor minimal.

Apparently there is some kind of worldwide shortage in computer chips and Best Buy does not deliver to the United Arab Emirates.  So Admin Dean ended up buying the parts necessary for the server repairs at the Best Buy in Newport Beach and then mailing them – himself – via FedEx International Priority, which cost about $150.

So, please – stop with the stupid conspiracy theories or “the FBI is gonna get you” nonsense BULLSHIT (to use a legal term).  The simple fact is that there was a hardware failure in the part of the world for which laziness and shitty customer service has been raised to an art form.  But good ol’ American ingenuity came through – once again.

Probably by the end of the week we will be posting some really horrific stuff.  It seems that there have been some very interesting developments in that Phoenix case lately.  Each day that goes by, it seems our Inbox gets more and more filled with people coming out of the woodwork giving us their documents and information.

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