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Does self-styled anti-revenge porn and anti-bullying “advocate” James McGibney (who we don’t like) have a financial or business relationship with notorious revenge porn website MyEx.com?

 

We report you decide

Seriously.

 

 

We asked this question a couple of months ago and never got a satisfactory answer. So we thought we would ask it again to see what you, our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters think.

As if this moment, we have reached nearly 1.5 MILLION total views since we first started this website in mid-February 2014. Many thanks to all of you who take time out of your day to come here and read the Truth and to make Public Comments on this Public Figure, James McGibney.

 

1.5 million views

1.5 million views

 

BUT FIRST SOME IMPORTANT UPDATES:

1)  It seems that a Motion for New Trial has been filed in McGibney’s San Jose restraining order case outlining several errors that the trial court allegedly made.  This is, of course, a necessary prelude to filing a Notice of Appeal, should the new trial motion not be granted.  The Notice was filed on August 14th, according to the court’s website.  The judge has several options in how to decide the matter:  He can hold an actual hearing or make a ruling based on the briefs submitted.  The court has until September 29th to make its decision and the defendant has 30 days afterwards to file an appeal, should he so desire.

According to numerous legal authorities we have spoken with, while the case is pending and the judgment not final, the court’s order is stayed and unenforceable.  This is because of several reasons, not the least being the AUTOMATIC STAY in place when an anti-SLAPP motion is denied and on appeal.

Plus, since ONLY a District Attorney can prosecute a violation for a restraining order (and not Leiderman himself), no DA will touch the case while the matter is under review and still not finalized.  After all, if the underlying order gets reversed on appeal, that would put an immediate end to any potential criminal proceedings and, thus, a ton of time and tax payer money would be needlessly wasted.  This is just common sense.  At least according to the attorneys that we have spoken with.

 

2)  It seems that someone has filed a lawsuit against a person named Carolyne Joy Dean-Pillutla in the state of Arizona (or some other such place) on account of her saying some defamatory things about some random person we’ve never heard of before.  If you guys are curious about who she is, you can read all about her right here in this article.  Just click on the colored link  ========>  Carolyne Joy Dean-Pillutla Cries to the Police and Hacks Our Blog?

Is she mentally ill?

Is she mentally ill?

 

3)  The Tax Man cometh, James McGibney.  We need say no more.  Except that, according to sources close to the investigation (which consist entirely of the voices in our head), Cheaterville receives around 30 or so Take Down Hammer payments EACH MONTH via its extortionist and blackmail “business partners” Truth In Posting and Remove My Name.com, each of which cost between $199 and $499, which results (according to our calculations) in revenues of around $5,000 to $15,000 per month.  Anyone want to take a guess as to exactly how much of that income was reported by McStupid & ViaView on their tax returns over the last three years?
the tax man

 

4)  Lastly, according to sources close to the investigation (which consist primarily of the voices in our head), attorney Jason (Jay) Leiderman has been caught submitting FAKE evidence to the federal court in which the McGibney vs The Internets LOLsuit is currently pending in Leiderman’s recent August 14th “omnibus response” (which is a legal term meaning Steaming Pile of Horse Shit Very Similar to that Which was Filed by Paul Gianni in the Texas LOLsuit.)  We hope to have more on that later as the week progresses, or not.  It just depends.

 

5)  Oh, and we wish to reiterate a little something just to avoid any misunderstandings here:  Under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, we, the Admins, have ZERO legal responsibility for any of the comments posted here by you people.

Under Section 230 of the CDA we, the Admins, have ZERO responsibility for user generated content – and the same holds true for WordPress. Thus, we and they aren’t responsible for the comments posted by others, and WordPress isn’t responsible for the content that we the Admins make here.

bloggers-rights-148x224pxWe guess that certain people have forgotten all about that GoDaddy LOLsuit filed by McGibney’s Texas attorney John Morgan, which held – yet again – that companies like WordPress cannot be held liable for violations of their Terms of Service by its customers. Even if they know there is a TOS violation (which there isn’t here, but just suppose for a second), but even if they know of a TOS violation, they have no liability to 3rd parties such as CJ or McGibney or anyone else for that matter – even if it is illegal content.  We Admins and WordPress have ZERO legal responsibility for such content as we and WordPress are only interactive computer service providers.  See also Barnes v. Yahoo!, Inc., 570 F.3d 1096, 1102-03 (9th Cir. 2009).

The plain language of the CDA also supports such an interpretation.  See 47 U.S.C. § 230.  The CDA provides that nothing in section 230 “shall be construed to impair the enforcement of section 223 or 231 of this title, chapter 71 (relating to obscenity) or 110 (relating to sexual exploitation of children) of Title 18, or any other Federal criminal statute.” Id. § 230(e)(1).  Likewise, the CDA provides that “[n]othing in this section shall be construed to prevent any State from enforcing any State law that is consistent with this section.” Id. § 230(e)(3).  Therefore, the plain language of the statute contemplates application of immunity from civil suit under section 230 for interactive computer service providers even when the posted content is illegal, obscene, or otherwise may form the basis of a criminal prosecution. See id. § 230(e)(1), (3).  See also Doe v. Bates, No. 5:05-CV-91-DFCMC, 2006 WL 3813758, at **1, 3-5, 21-22 (E.D. Tex. 2006) (holding that: immunity from all private civil liability comports with the clear Congressional policies to avoid disincentives to innovation and to encourage self-regulation. Congress made these policies explicit in the language of the statute[.]”).

You can read the 9th Court of Appeals’ Opinion right here =====> GoDaddy vs Toups.

 

You can read more about the law right here ========> Electronic Frontier Foundation – Bloggers Rights Legal Guide.

You can read more about the Federal Communications Decency Act Section 230 by clicking this link right here =======> Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

 

 

 

Special Update

Because of all the emails that we have just recently received, and just because we can, we are posting here ALL of the letters that were sent to JoJo’s judge as a part of an organized smear campaign orchestrated by Ventura, CA attorney Jason (Jay) Leiderman.  We were going to do a full article on this, but just never got around to it.

We don’t have the slightest idea as to who any of these people are.  But they are obviously butt-hurt individuals.  When Googling their names it appears that most, if not all, of these people are involved in computer hacking, committing crimes, or other ridiculous stuff (which likely explains how Leiderman knows them).

Here they are in an easily downloadable pdf file =====>Letters Sent to Judge Larimer

Unfortunately for Leiderman, McGibney, and the rest of those clowns, some people simply cannot be intimidated.  They aren’t afraid of the police or your threats or your tweets or your LOLsuits or the rest of the crap you idiots like to do.

In this document you will see letters written by Leiderman, CJ, Tara Jill Ciccarone, Sue Crabtree, Dillion Crawford, Priest, Meep, L.E. Becker, Kirsten Olsen, Jimmy McStupid, A Pearson, and Cpt Obvious.

So suck it.

 

Oh, and one of the causes of actions in the federal lawsuit has just been dismissed due to the concession by Jay Leiderman that one of the causes of action in that LOLsuit (the one dealing with Invasion of Privacy for giving out McGibney’s home address and his wife’s name) was frivolous and completely without merit.  See footnote #1 on page 13 of Leiderman’s Steaming Pile of Horse Shit Very Similar to that Which was Filed by Paul Gianni in the Texas LOLsuit that he filed August 14th in federal court.

 

 

 

on with the show

Let us start off by saying that our case is entirely circumstantial. It might be true. It might not be true. But it’s been something that has been rolling about in the backs of our heads for a while now and we just thought that we would put our arguments out here and you guys can tell us what you think.

We report and we will let you, our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters decide if this holds water or not.

 

First off, does everyone here know what MyEx.com (http://www.myex.com/) is? It is your stereotypical revenge porn website, very similar to Cheaterville, except this site allows you to post nude photos and add links to the person’s social media sites.

Like Cheaterville, it allows anybody to post anyone they want to and there is absolutely no fact checking done by the site’s admins. It is also a Pay to Play website, meaning if you are posted on it, the only way to get it taken down is by paying some money.

It has been written about by Bullyville / McGibney sycophant Adam Steinbaugh. In fact, Steinbaugh himself is a “victim” of MyEx.com in that he has been posted on the website and he has been on the receiving end of some kind of email spam attack, which he complained about on Twitter about three months ago saying he had received like 250,000 emails from that site’s alleged owners. Seriously.

Myex Steinbaugh #2

For those that don’t know, Steinbaugh is a Bullyville disciple who claims to dislike revenge porn, but he supports James McGibney who, ironically enough, owns a revenge porn site (hypocrite anyone?). While he graduated law school in Los Angeles several years ago, he claims (by his own admission) that he has still been unable to pass the Character & Fitness portion of the California State Bar requirements despite many years since applying. (We make absolutely no comment as to why or how this could be, and it is completely irrelevant to this article.) But Steinbaugh writes his own blog in which he discusses legal matters involving revenge porn and his interpretation on various cyber-law issues, MyEx.com being one of them.

Myex Steinbaugh*** DO NOT VISIT HIS BLOG AS HE HAS IP GRABBERS AND SHARES THIS WITH MCGIBNEY

 

For those that have not been paying attention, James McGibney (who we don’t like) has filed an LOLsuit in San Jose, CA federal court against EVERYONE who has ever had anything negative to say about McGibney or who has ever disagreed with McGibney in a lawsuit styled James McGibney vs The Internets. You can read it right here: Amended Complaint — McGibney v The Internets

Now what got us thinking about MyEx.com to begin with is one of the allegations within that LOLsuit in which McGibney makes the following claim:

Excerpt from McGibney's San Jose federal lawsuit

Excerpt from McGibney’s San Jose federal lawsuit

First off, the question begs: If Retzlaff was posting with an anonymous account, how the heck could McGibney know this and, more importantly, prove it? Unless, of course, he has administrative control over the website and has access to the IPs of the posters – such as he does with the Cheaterville website. (Though keep in mind that Retzlaff likely denies ever making such a post.)

Secondly, when we went to the MyEx.com website to check out this post about James McGibney, it wasn’t there! So what happened to it? According to Steinbaugh (the blogger we mentioned above) and other news articles we’ve seen, the only way to remove a post is by paying them money. (FYI: Actually, we found that there were TWO separate posts about McGibney on that site. Both of which are now gone.)

 

But wait! There’s more!!

About four months ago or so we noticed a comment posted on our BV Files website in which the commenter made some kind of statement about how McGibney’s wife, Christina, was posted on MyEx.com. We later went to the site and, yes, there she is.

Nudity removed

Nudity removed

 

In fact, our very own heroin addled e-Detective also discovered that Christina had, in fact, been posted there once before then, too! Check it out!!

Nudity removed

Nudity removed

 

In the interests of presenting the best possible article to you, our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters, all four of the BV Files Admins spent many hours on the MyEx.com website today doing plenty of “research”. Well, not hours. More like about ten minutes. Or maybe five. But after we got all cleaned up finished with our research, we discovered something very interesting:

MyEx.com #2

What happened to Christina? It looks like both of her MyEx.com posts have been removed. But how is that? After all, according to Steinbaugh and the other commentators, you have to pay monies to get off that website!

 

So did James McGibney pay MyEx.com their $500 take down fee, which for all of the McGibney posts would be a minimum of $2,000 or more. Or does he have some kind of insider / administrative access to remove the posts?

As an experiment, our heroin addled e-Detective told us that he submitted several posts of his own to MyEx.com in both James’ name and in Christina’s name to see what would happen. After the initial posting, NONE of those submissions made it onto the website. All of them were blocked.

But, BV Files, how could that be?” you ask. We cannot say with certainty. But it is the unanimous, personal belief of all four of the BV Files Admins that this could only happen if James McGibney has some kind relationship, admin or otherwise, with this website. Where there is smoke, there is fire, right?

 

So what do you guys think?

 

HOW IS IT THAT JAMES MCGIBNEY WAS NOT ONLY ABLE TO REMOVE THE TWO POSTS ABOUT HIMSELF, BUT ALSO THE SEVERAL POSTINGS ABOUT HIS WIFE, AND HOW IS HE ABLE TO ARRANGE IT SO THAT OTHERS CANNOT MAKE NEW POSTS ABOUT HIM OR HIS WIFE?

 

Please take part in our 109% scientifically inaccurate poll and let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

 

 

In case anyone has not been following the discussion on Twitter (maybe because y’all have a life and aren’t a bunch of losers), McGibney side-kick (or alter-ego sock account) Cpt. Obvious tweeted his explanation as for how James McGibney (who we don’t like) was able to remove the posts on MyEx.com when everyone else in the world is either forced to live with it or pay a $500 fee – McGibney simply made a request and they did what he wanted. Seriously.

Myex Cpt O tweet

Okay, now let us think about this for a moment. Cpt Obvious would want us to believe that James McGibney was somehow able to make the admins of that overseas website run by some unknown person(s) cave into his demands simply because he is James McGibney and those admins are scared of him because they’re gonna get vanned or some shit. Like McGibney has some special powers or connections with LEOs that these guys need to curry favor from McGibney while they tell the rest of the 10,000 or so people posted on that website to go fuck themselves. Seriously?

Are any of you buying this load of BULLSHIT (to use a legal term I learned at the Judge Judy School of Law)? And if that’s the case those guys are MyEx.com are a bunch of god damn pussies!

McGibney and his retard attorney Jay Leiderman have been crying for MONTHS about how we’re gonna get shut down and how we’re all going to jail for violating court orders and TROs and crap like that. Yet not a thing has happened except for McGibney filing some LOLsuits which have back-fired in his face and will cost him hundreds of thousands of dollars in sanctions.

Cpt. Obvious would want us to believe that a man as powerful and intimidating as James Alex McGibney can make those MyEx.com people do what he wants them to do, yet all of you know he can’t do a damn thing about us and our blog except huff & puff in the echo chamber that is his twitter feed.

 

Here is an obvious question, Cpt. Obvious: IF JAMES MCGIBNEY – THE SELF-PROFESSED ANTI-REVENGE PORN ADVOCATE WHO CLAIMS TO HAVE SHUT DOWN NUMEROUS WEBSITES – HAS THE KIND OF POWER TO REMOVE POSTS ABOUT HIMSELF AND HIS WIFE, WHY DOESN’T HE JUST USE HIS POWER TO SHUT DOWN THE ENTIRE SITE AND REMOVE EVERYONE ELSES POSTS, TOO?

 

Even your lies don’t make any sense, Mc-Stupid! But I’ll bet you one thing: I’ll bet Adam Steinbaugh, the guy who has been harassed for months now by the admins of MyEx.com with email spam bombs and people coming to his house, is feeling pretty damn stupid for supporting McGibney when, it seems, that McGibney has a special relationship (to put it lightly) with the admins of MyEx.com and can control what gets posted there and by whom.

We look forward to someone examining James McGibney under oath about this “special relationship.” After all, he made it an issue in his LOLsuit; thus, it is a legitimate avenue of inquiry.

 

For years James McGibney and his revenge porn / blackmail company ViaView have sought the spotlight. But McGibney needs to remember something very, very important: For a man in his position, the spotlight can turn into an interrogation lamp pretty damn fast!

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