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Two men, one in a black golf cap, khakis, leather shoes and his pal in the backwards white baseball cap.
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) April 18, 2013
Definitely not the guys from my earlier post. But what the main suspect in the black cap is wearing does seem to lean toward a person with a professional wardrobe- guys in Information Technology often dress in khakis and brown leather shoes. And their bombing method is definitely something out of the Anarchist’s cookbook, and they used batteries commonly used for remote control toys- perhaps a device that could have received a radio frequency signal like a model airplane.
I’m thinking it may have been a technology student like at MIT- or an Occupy Wallstreet “activist” or even someone associated with Anonymous. Occupy “activists” attempted to blow up a bridge in Cleveland, after all. The men are way too young to have a significant complaint about Tax Day since they hadn’t dumped as much cash into the IRS as everyone else. Of course these cretins are about to get caught and only then will we know what their motive was- but I get the feeling that anarchy and anti-capitalism was the motive. Until the FBI brings these guys to justice, feel free to ponder the motive in the comments below.
In my career I have had the displeasure of working at just about every federal agency as either a contractor or a vendor. Federal Agencies are gigantic monoliths of uncaring, unmotivated personnel who live out their lives collecting federal paychecks and a good retirement income. Whenever an agency is able to actually accomplish something, it is a miracle, and it usually turns out to be bad anyways. And no one at the federal agencies cares about what they do and care less about the citizens they are purported to serve.
And when DC outsiders fantasize that any federal agency is actually conspiring against its citizens, it is even more laughable. For instance, there are twitter rumors going around that the Feds are trying to insert tracking chips in citizens via flu shots. As an insider, I know this can’t possibly be true because they just DGAF. I hereby present a true org chart of every federal agency and their nine layers of DGAF. (click to enlarge)
An Army database housing personally identifiable information was discovered to have been breached some time ago.
Army says hacker got 30K Fort Monmouth personal infos: names, birth dates, SSNs, addresses and salariessfgate.com/news/article/A…
— Chris Wysopal (@WeldPond) December 28, 2012
From SFGate here:
Computer hackers have illegally gained access to personal information of more than 30,000 people connected to Army commands formerly based at Fort Monmouth.
An Army spokeswoman says the information includes names, birth dates, Social Security numbers, addresses and salaries. The breach was discovered this month.
The Army says the databases that were breached contained information taken from former Fort Monmouth visitor logs as well as CECOM personnel files.
DoD systems that contain PII are actually breached with some regularity. When I was peeking at their backbone during one engagement, I watched hackers play “King of the Hill” on a database that was used to log respirator fit tests for soldiers. The DB was located at Fort Knox. One hacker group would walk in, smash and grab data, then another group would kick out the fist group, and harvest their own data as well. The problem is that the military can’t enforce common-sense access control lists, and they also have a problem encrypting their communications.
In my county of Fairfax, secondary and high schools have something called “school resource officers” which are off-duty or retired policemen who keep those schools more secure. But elementary schools do not have such officers. I happen to think its an oversight, and no one until last Friday could imagine the horror of an evil bastard gunning down little kids. But its time to tighten this security.
In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary Massacre, there have been lots of knee-jerk ideas thrown around about banning guns or arming the teachers. My pal Trench is right about arming teachers. It would be a bad idea. Too many guns would be in reach of evil bastards in the classrooms, and as I have often documented, teachers aren’t the sharpest knives in the drawers anyways. They would not make good security personnel. And I doubt the liberal teachers’ unions would allow that anyways.
My first idea was that each school have one or two armed security officers- but I dismissed that idea after remembering that most security guards are fat, lazy and couldn’t outrun me, much less a more fit person. I’ve been to quite a few downtown DC agencies, and other than the Pentagon, most front-desk security officers seem poorly trained, uneducated, and fat. At least they have guns. That deters most mischief.
No, the real way to increase security is to get well-trained and armed security staff to go to the schools. Fairfax Police should use each Elementary School as a morning and afternoon staging area for their normal patrol routines. Right now they each start their daily routines from one of the 8 district precincts in the county. Instead of starting at the precinct stations, they should start their patrols from the schools. And let them enjoy donuts and coffee in the teachers’ lounge, or even have the schools dedicate an unused room or desk for the use of officers on duty.
This solution raises the visibility of police at schools, and it also disperses police nicely geographically so they are always close to respond to incidents around the county. This could be accomplished with very little additional money and minimal hassle. And it would go a long way to providing security at schools and peace of mind for parents.
Russian criminals are currently spamming Americans with emails promising lucrative work at home opportunities with a company that is supposedly renowned for worldwide shipping. You can check out their rather professional-looking website here. Screenshot is below.
In the emails, the Russians, posing as an HR recruiter, promises candidates that they will be paid at least 1,500 bucks upon completion of their training, and then they will be flown to the NYC headquarters to meet corporate personnel. All of this is a lie, and no money will ever be paid to the victims falling for this scam.
Lightspeedexpress.com is a scam website created October 29th of this year in preparation for a Money Mule recruiting scam. What the Russians will actually do is use its victims to receive and forward stolen goods acquired from other cyber scams- whether it is credit card bundles, cash or other merchandise. They want Americans to be the middle man in this scheme as it protects the Russians’ anonymity and also sets up the victims to be the fall guy when the cops start tracking the stolen goods shipments.
Domain Name: LIGHTSPEEDEXPRESS.COM
Registrar: ONLINENIC, INC.
Whois Server: whois.onlinenic.com
Referral URL: http://www.OnlineNIC.com
Name Server: NS1.UKRAINE.COM.UA
Name Server: NS2.UKRAINE.COM.UA
Updated Date: 29-oct-2012
Creation Date: 29-oct-2012
Expiration Date: 29-oct-2013
>>> Last update of whois database: Fri, 07 Dec 2012 16:07:14 UTC <<<
Queried whois.onlinenic.com with "lightspeedexpress.com"...
Privacy Protection, report abuse to email@example.com +38.0445921192 +38.0444010470
Registrar: DELTA-X Ltd.
PO Box 65
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If you have received an email from lightspeedexpress.com, ignore it. If you have responded and provided your personal information, stop corresponding with these crooks and immediately put a flag on your credit score to prevent these guys from stealing your identity. Don’t accept any of their packages if they send one to you. And if you are currently acting as a money mule hoping you’ll get paid, don’t hold your breath. There will never be a payday, and you are participating in international cybercrime. So stop it.
Dr. Roberto Rivera is a 60 year old licensed doctor from Ridgewood, New Jersey. He was an active participant in the Occupy Wall Street movement, “treating” activists as they camped out in New York making asses of themselves. Someone tipped off the cops that Rivera was stockpiling large amounts of explosive chemicals in his home. Police raided, found the chemicals, along with a cache of assault rifles. Now the Doc is in jail on a million dollar cash bail.
From ABC here:
Large amounts of chemicals commonly used to make bombs were found in the basement of a New Jersey doctor, along with assault rifles and a stun gun, prosecutors said today.
Dr. Roberto Rivera, 60, who according to some reports was active in the Occupy Wall Street movement last year, was arrested following a Friday night raid on his Ridgewood, N.J., home.
Ridgewood police first showed up at the home around 6:15 p.m. after getting a report of potential hazardous and explosive material. Inside the home, police found a “large amount” of a chemical typically used in bomb-making, the release said. The name of the chemical was not released.
Armed with a search warrant, the FBI and the Bergen County Bomb Squad then visited Rivera’s home where they confiscated the bomb-making chemical and also found “several other precursor chemicals commonly used in the making of explosive devices,” Molinelli said.
After the chemicals were retrieved, Molinelli said police searched the home and found various weapons, including assault rifles, other firearms and a stun gun.
Rivera faces six charges, including possession of a destructive device and recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury or damage. His bail was set at $1 million cash.
More leftists with bomb-making chemicals? I wonder if it was TATP or if he was cooking up perchlorate like Byron Sonne?
Walt Disney World has loads of security, most of which is unseen. From the camouflaged security cameras the parks can track everyone’s movement- cast members and guests alike. And they have a robust information network too.
They have a uniformed police force and uniformed security guards. Other security personnel wear cast member uniforms and then there is this guy. He has an earpiece and a cuff transmitter who was scanning the crowd for threats to an upcoming parade.
So Disney is billed as the happiest place on earth- and it may be one of the safest and best secured too.
Freedom is hard for some people. Byron Sonne has been agitating to go back to jail and his twitter feed confirms it. Originally arrested and jailed for mischief and cooking explosives in his ex-wife’s basement in 2010, Byron Sonne is back to his pro-anarchistic rants about trying to destroy the police.
Maybe the Toronto police should check Sonne’s parents’ house to see if Byron has opened up another “DoomLab” in the basement.
Byron Sonne, the failed anarcho-terrorist wannabe who managed to escape justice after making threats to disrupt the G20 in 2010, is tempting police once again to put him behind bars. It appears that Sonne or one of his supporters at Hacklab Toronto sent a threatening “anonymous” letter internationally to my family. The criminal act has been reported to both local and Canadian authorities.
Hacklab Toronto seems to be a frequent base of operation for Byron Sonne. He used their equipment to ridiculously and frivolously attack my outstanding professional ethics. If their equipment was also used to assist him in a criminal act such as sending threatening letters via the Canadian and American posts, their equipment may be at risk of confiscation by the authorities.
So if Sonne sent this letter, it was dangerous and stupid. If it was one of his brave supporters, you certainly aren’t helping Sonne rebuild his reputation since he is taking the blame for this criminal act.
I used to deliver pizzas. I still consider that job as my ultimate fallback for employment should everything else fall apart- the job is easy, usually fun, tips are okay and it keeps gas in the car. But you simply don’t risk your life for a 12 dollar disk of dough, sauce and cheese. And Dominos Pizza knows this fact better than anyone.
Dominos pioneered the pizza delivery business- and even scaled back delivery services specifically to keep drivers safe by getting rid of delivery guarantees. They didn’t want drivers rushing on the streets, risking tickets or accidents to deliver food. And it used to be that if there was a high crime neighborhood, that area was considered out of the delivery area. Yeah, it happened to be a proportionally higher black ghetto where crimes happened, but you still protect your driver- and to hell with the accusations of racism. But maybe Domino’s reversed that policy because Elizabeth Hutcheson was stabbed more than 50 times while delivering pizza at a home in Cedartown at a dead end road just a block from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. I don’t deliver there and don’t have to to declare that area “outside the delivery zone.”
From Fox here:
Police captured two teens who brutally stabbed a pizza delivery woman. Elizabeth Hutcheson was stabbed more than 50 times while delivering pizza at a home in Cedartown on Thursday night.
The stabbing happened just after 9 p.m. at a home on Thompson Street. Investigators say Hutcheson’s attackers ran away after stabbing her.
Officers who were conducting a traffic stop nearby heard Hutcheson’s screams and rushed to help her.
Hutcheson was a 27-year-old mother who worked at Domino’s Pizza. They have identified one of the suspects as 18-year-old Cadedra Cook. The other suspect is a 15-year-old boy whose name is not being released.
Hutcheson’s fiancé praised police for the quick arrest. He said that she had a 4-year-old daughter. He said she carried less than $20.
Bastards. And Domino’s is to blame for their lack of foresight to deny delivery to such a piece of shit neighborhood where people can’t afford pizza nor the price of a tip. The lives of the delivery personnel should always take precedence. Pretending that violent blacks in the ghetto won’t rob or murder your drivers simply is not an option.
If you haven’t read my opinions about Martin Luther King Dr on any town in America, see this post here.
And by the way, a black woman stabbing a white woman 50 times over a 12 dollar pizza sure isn’t a hate crime in this country.
Byron Sonne’s trial ended today. Verdict? Not guilty on all counts. Bullet dodged. The entire prosecution turned out to be a giant goat screw. The Crown chose the worst prosecutor and the teams of detectives who collected evidence appeared to have little to no training or understanding in chemistry, social media or computer forensics. And since Byron Sonne spent a year in jail for what turned out to be a mishandled case, you could almost feel sorry for Sonne- but he brought it on himself.
BREAKING! Byron Sonne found not guilty on all charges; Crown thanks him for being such an accommodating victim of prosecutorial abuse.
— CC (@canadiancynic) May 15, 2012
— TO Comm Sol Network (@g20mobilize) May 15, 2012
Also, don’t forget that Byron set all of the events in motion leading up to his arrest and jail, and he did so deliberately to provoke a reaction from the police. Given that his marriage fell apart and he terrified his former neighborhood with a cache of buried explosive materials that had to be removed by a bomb squad, no one could argue that his actions were worth it.
To anyone looking to share a neighborhood with Sonne, just remember, he vented chlorine gas into the air manufacturing all of the perchlorate he buried in his garden. Might wanna get some homeowners’ association rules in place for operating basement laboratories.
Noted fat and newly unemployed information security specialist James Arlen, AKA Mycurial might be behind a recent death threat against the owner of this blog site. In an anonymous twitter account called @deadbelcher, someone proclaims that the owner of belch.com should be murdered along with his family.
don’t worry about Patrick Belcher, we’re cooking a few things up for him and his family… he won’t be happy for too much loner #freebyron
— Deadman Belcher (@deadbelcher) May 2, 2012
Is this retribution for the recent tweets by Dr. Jones mocking James Arlen for becoming unemployed and having trouble getting a new job, now that he is associated with anarcho-terrorist G20 bomber Byron Sonne?
— Dr. Jones (@BelchSpeak) May 1, 2012
— Dr. Jones (@BelchSpeak) May 1, 2012
Here is when James Arlen complains about the loss of a job and begs twitter to help him find another:
Any Canadian infosec jobs available? Who has two thumbs and needs one? This guy. (points at self)
— James Arlen (@myrcurial) April 30, 2012
Odd that the @deadbelcher account appeared just after I pointed out Arlen’s support of Byron Sonne, and his support of Occupy Wallstreet, and his disdain for corporations. Coincidence?
Also, Arlen may have been behind a lame attempt to blow a dog whistle to attract Anonymous attackers against Belcher as well on the Full Disclosure infosec list:
The email account is faked, and the post was an obvious attempt to “Joe Job” Belcher as someone who was working against the Anonymous organization. As noted previously, Arlen has threatened Belcher with lolsuits and complaints against his certification in an attempt to silence him against speaking out online against Byron Sonne’s documented attempts to cook explosives in his basement during the run-up to the G20 in Toronto. When these tactics were pointed out on this blog previously, Arlen may have well shifted to an anonymous campaign in an attempt to silence Belcher on these issues.
Making death threats against people online is a crime, and Arlen seems to be willing to participate in this. Is it any wonder that he finds difficulty in finding employment?
I do want to point out that Madison Kelley, a friend and supporter of Byron Sonne, was so shocked by the death threat that she urged legal action against the @deadbelcher account:
— Digimer (@digimer) May 3, 2012
— Digimer (@digimer) May 3, 2012
I thank Madison for her support of free speech, however, if this was indeed James Arlen, her tweet rings hollow as Arlen’s profile picture on his twitter account shows him proudly wearing a FreeByron Tshirt. So no one in the FreeByron movement is behind this? Sorry, but sadly, someone certainly is.
UPDATE: Arlen issues denial:
For the record. I am not unemployed. I have not uttered death threats and I have not posted to full-disclosure in more than 8 years.
— James Arlen (@myrcurial) May 3, 2012
And again uses threats of libel-
While Belcher’s comments are libellous and childish, I wouldn’t give the boy a second thought and I hope no one does.
— James Arlen (@myrcurial) May 3, 2012
Take a good look at the Occupy movement. Angry at the lack of jobs, their wealthy parents, and the lack of a good communist movement, the Occupy Cleveland group turned to terrorism to attempt to gain visibility for their still-as-yet undefined cause- they bought fake C4 explosives in an attempt to blow up a bridge and murder scores of Americans.
From CNN here:
A mohawk-wearing anarchist nicknamed “Cyco” was among five men arrested after conspiring to blow up a bridge about 15 miles south of Cleveland.
Douglas L. Wright, 26, joined alleged co-conspirators Brandon L. Baxter, 20, a.k.a. “Skabby,” and Anthony Hayne, 37, a.k.a. “Tony” and “Billy,” in a plot homed in on the Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge, which spans the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and carries a four-lane highway.
The men were arrested Monday evening in an FBI sting. The men have been charged with conspiracy and attempted use of explosive materials to damage physical property affecting interstate commerce.
Connor C. Stevens, 20, and Joshua S. Stafford, 23, also were arrested, though their charges remain pending.
Three of the men are self-proclaimed anarchists who had considered “a series of evolving plots over several months.”
They conspired to acquire plastic explosives (C-4) and build two bombs, affixing them to the bridge’s support columns to be remotely detonated on Monday. Wright, Baxter and a man referred to as C.S. agreed to pay $900 for the devices,.
Wright allegedly was pursuing “The Anarchist Cookbook,” which describes the construction and use of explosives. “We can make smoke bombs, we can make plastic explosives. … It teaches you how to pick locks. It does everything,” he is alleged to have said.
And take a look at Baxter, who in the photo below looks like a dolled-up homosexual. Aren’t anarchists cute with their limp wrists and drums?
This sounds exactly like the Byron Sonne case, only these guys were complete idiots. Sonne also downloaded and consulted the Anarchist’s Cookbook, as well as built his own explosive chemicals using electrolysis in his basement. That trial should be resolved in the coming weeks.
As noted earlier, Byron Sonne had hidden a large stash of incendiary material in the backyard garden in his ex-wife’s house. The cache was a “magazine” of potassium chlorate, made from a home distillery using electrolysis according to court testimony and judging by the materials recovered from his basement lab. The bomb squad took the material and incinerated it today. That video is below as well as the video documenting the method to retrieve potassium chlorate from bleach.
The video showing the destruction of Sonne’s stash is below. Click the image to see it. The scale of the fire is difficult to determine unless you can make out the tiny cinderblocks in the rubble. That line of clear space appears to be a tire track, but its not. Its from a bulldozer. This is a big, self perpetuating fire. And to me, it clearly proves that Sonne was stockpiling explosive materials with the intent to use it.
I’m shocked at the utter lack of journalism in Toronto. Kristen Peterson, the ex-wife of Byron Sonne, knows why she divorced the anarchist- but no journalist bothers to get her side of the story. Byron Sonne’s trial has wrapped, but the court transcripts hinted that Sonne might have buried explosive material in his old back yard garden because it was too unsafe to keep it in the house.
So the Bomb Squad raided his ex-wife’s house. That’s like a love note reminding Kristen why she divorced the anarchist in the first place.
From the NationalPost here:
Former neighbours of Mr. Sonne’s reported seeing officers surrounding the property early Wednesday morning. Residents were told to stay in their homes with their doors and windows closed as explosives disposal officers, some dressed in Kevlar bomb suits, sent in a robotic device to dig for the buried container.
Mr. Sonne no longer lives at 58 Elderwood Dr., but neighbours say the upscale house is still home to his estranged wife. She and Mr. Sonne’s marriage fell apart after his arrest, in which she had been briefly implicated.
By Wednesday afternoon, Toronto Police Constable Wendy Drummond confirmed that the squad had uncovered “a container in the backyard that we believe to have within it explosive substances or material,” although officers would not confirm it was potassium chlorate.
Laughingly, Byron Sonne’s supporters are calling the bomb disposal a “bullying tactic.”
— Digimer (@digimer) April 4, 2012
In response to testimony, police raided Byron Sonne’s old home in Forest Hills in Toronto. Turns out he buried an explosive device in his garden and the cops dug it up to detonate it according to this article in the Star.
From TheStar here:
Police have removed and are preparing to detonate what they say is explosive material from the backyard of the former Forest Hill home of Byron Sonne, the so-called “G20 geek,” nearly two years after his arrest for allegedly possessing explosive materials.
The material, which was located in the backyard of the residence, was placed in a specially designed container called a hopper.
Evidence presented in court during the case’s closing arguments included reference to a magazine — which is used to store ammunition — being buried in Sonne’s backyard.
Responding to those claims, Toronto police officers, the explosive disposal unit and firefighters descended on the Bathurst and Eglinton area home Sonne formerly shared with his now estranged wife Wednesday.
Late in the afternoon, police said they had found what they were looking for.
When police searched the home on Elderwood Dr. in 2010, they discovered an amateur laboratory and workshop in the basement and stores of various materials in marked jars – including chemical fertilizers and potential ingredients for rocket fuel.
Sonne admitted to having materials that could be made into an explosive, but said he hadn’t combined them and had not intended to.
That house was owned by Sonne’s exwife’s parents. I’m sure they were surprised when the cops showed up again to go spelunking through the garden to unearth explosives. Sonne’s trial just wrapped up last Friday and the verdict is due in weeks. I wonder how this new raid will affect the outcome of the trial?
Byron Sonne, a would-be anarchist and mad bomber of the G20 is still undergoing trial up in Toronto. See my previous posts for more background. An interesting tidbit of information gleaned from the good notes taken by Chris Olah mentions that the prosecution in the Byron Sonne case is still working on some evidence dealing with emails to now-convicted anarchists Leah Henderson and Amanda Hiscocks.
— Chris Olah (@ch402) March 23, 2012
— Carmelle Wolfson (@TeamCarmelle) March 23, 2012
I can’t find what the content of those emails are other than Byron Sonne offering to monitor police radio channels to inform anarchists about locations of the police- but it is telling that the two primary ringleaders of the G20 Anarchy riots in Toronto were pals with Byron Sonne and were actively corresponding with him. So who are these jailed anarchists? Crazed Moonbats.
Leah Henderson is a fat troll who is serving a 10 month sentence after getting busted by undercover cops plotting violence and destruction during the G20.
At her sentencing she went on a leftist diatribe:
Henderson’s offence was “not even close” to constituting Charter-protected speech.
The court was packed with Henderson’s supporters, some of whom sniggered and made derogatory remarks as Mr. Miller spoke, prompting the judge to intervene at one point.
Henderson, 27, was also given a chance to address the court, saying she had been “deeply and profoundly affected” by her arrest and the ensuing process. In a brief statement later posted online, she rejected Canada’s legal system and decried “the distorted mirror that hides of the lies of capitalism.”
“The laws that govern our societies are not laws of community, or laws of consensus, they are laws of oppression. Laws that underpay and overwork mothers. That deport the poor and those of colour. Laws that rob Indigenous Nations of their traditions, their land, their childhoods. Laws that blame the unemployed and rewards those that get rich on their backs.”
And for these radical leftist beliefs, fat ugly bitches try to smash windows. And she’s not alone. Also corresponding with Sonne via email was this disgusting woman, Amanda Hiscocks, who is serving a 16 month stint in jail for her participation in encouraging violence during the G20. Her trial and sentencing were constantly disrupted by her cohorts-
G20 protest ringleader Amanda Hiscocks says she has no respect for the legal system, and her supporters demonstrated that in spades Friday, throwing a Toronto courthouse into chaos for nearly two hours before the accused was jailed for 16 months.
Ms. Hiscocks, who pleaded guilty in November to counselling others to commit mischief and to obstruct police in the run-up to the 2010 world leaders’ summit, is among the last of the so-called G20 conspiracy group to be sentenced. Of the six who pleaded guilty to counselling offences, all have been sentenced except for ringleader Alex Hundert, whose case was adjourned until April.
Before Ms. Hiscocks was led away in handcuffs to begin serving her 16-month sentence she asked to address the court.
Her speech was a wide-ranging attack on the justice system, which she likened to the Ku Klux Klan while commenting on systemic racism and inequality in the courts.
“Your system is not about justice,” Ms. Hiscocks said.
Judge Budzinski, who repeatedly interjected during her address, suggested Ms. Hiscocks was hypocritical to denounce elitism while advocating a method of protest that violently invaded public space and silenced opposing views.
Lovely people. Maybe jail can cure the stupid. But these are Sonne’s pals, and the association with these anarchists is going to factor into the verdict.
As the trial of Byron Sonne looms large, his most ardent supporters, who have put their reputations on the line that he will be found innocent, must be biting their nails. Its not everyone who can count among their friends a man who, in a fit of anarchistic fury, convinced the cops that he was plotting to blow up the G20 in Toronto.
One of these supporters, James Arlen, a liberal frequent guest speaker at hacker conventions, despises me because of my criticism of Byron Sonne. You see, Sonne had his CISSP suspended for his actions leading up to the G20 in which he made threats against the police. Sonne was also busted cooking explosives in his house that was bought and paid for by his wealthy wife’s family. That would-be anarcho-terrorist is loved by Arlen. Arlen has donated cash to Sonne’s defense fund. But a CISSP in good standing like me who criticizes Sonne’s actions must be silenced.
He is threatening lawsuits and attempting to have my own CISSP certification suspended simply because of my speech.
I was debating the cost of getting a complaint notarized – no longer debating. I was debating the cost of a lawsuit – no longer debating.
— James Arlen (@myrcurial) March 9, 2012
@CanSec One group failing to police their own characterizes the entire group.
— James Arlen (@myrcurial) March 9, 2012
@CanSec dm me an email address and I’ll send you a copy of the complaint.
— James Arlen (@myrcurial) March 9, 2012
Arlen even attempted to contact a former employer to complain about my free speech in an effort to silence my criticism of Sonne:
Anyone at Netwitness available for a quick consultation on an issue?
— James Arlen (@myrcurial) March 9, 2012
And what is ironic is that Arlen was a vocal critic of SOPA, which would have had the effect of creating censorship on the Internet.
You see, as a typical liberal, Arlen is a big believer in free speech so long as it supports liberal group-think. Any opposition or deviation is quickly labeled as “hate speech.”
@BelchSpeak The shame is yours alone for your bullying behaviour and unsupportable bigotry and hate.
— James Arlen (@myrcurial) March 9, 2012
Not that Arlen could point to a single thing I’ve said that is bigoted or hateful. Oh, yeah, I called him fat, which he is. He continues to threaten a libel lolsuit, but all I have to do is point to his ginormous gut as exhibit A.
Another year winds to a close, and its time for the best of 2011. First up are statistics from visitors to the site and the top posts that draw visits.
Top stories of 2011
I went to Chatanooga. And Pensacola. Hotlanta. Hartford. London. Disney World. Australian Wine Region. Fitzroy Falls National Park in Australia. The Pacific Coast and Wine Region. Palo Alto. Midland, Michigan. Key West and South Florida. Tennessee, ya’ll. Wichita. Jamestown Settlement. And more London. New York and New Jersey. Earthquake in San Francisco.
Kristen Petersen, Byron Sonne’s ex-wife has charges dropped. Byron Sonne catches new charges. The Duke Lacrosse bitch kills someone. Bin Laden gunned down. James Ray convicted of manslaughter. Rodney King can’t stay sober. Casey Anthony walks free. Byron Sonne trial gets underway. Ray gets a 2-year sentence.
Worst Way to Die:
Hit by a train. Tiger food. Chopped up for magic potions. Getting drunk at the W and plummeting to your death. Alcohol Poisoning and being Amy Winehouse. Falling into a hotdog grinder! Being a cat owned by a stoner hippie. Murdered by a fat vampire. Death by Cantaloupe! iCancer.