AND DID THE OWNER OF ONE OF THEM ADMIT TO IT?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 24, 2011) — A source who has the contact information of the owners of the websites Politijab and Fogbow has reported that Politijab has violated its Terms of Service by disclosing the personal information of its registered users to the spinoff site, Fogbow.
Wikipedia defines Terms of Service:
Terms of service (commonly abbreviated as ToS or TOS) are rules which one must agree to abide by in order to use a service. Unless in violation of consumer protection laws, such terms are usually legally binding.
Our source reports:
The problems at Politjab run deeper then the political operatives will admit. While their response has been that they have no legal liability, in fact they do.
Historically, Justin decided that he wanted to move away from the original design and focus of Politijab. He had tired of relentlessly dogging the “Birthers” (Quote from his confession if you want) and wanted to move on.
The Terms of Agreements are quite specific. All members of PJ must agree with them to become a member. They bind the forum and the users in mutual agreements. The agreement reads:
As a user you agree to any information you have entered to being stored in a database. While this information will not be disclosed to any third party without your consent, neither “Politijab.com” nor phpBB shall be held responsible for any hacking attempt that may lead to the data being compromised.
The moving of the database to create a new forum is clearly a TOA violation. While many members apparently approved of the move, most members were not consulted.
The Fogbow was started by a lawyer (Foggy). Both The Fogbow and Politijab have a lawyer as their Administrator. This lawyer’s Internet handle is Realist. He also has the Internet handle of Jack Ryan. Realist has a practice of contacting local authorities attempting to interfere in their work. In Fogbow it was recently reported Realist, as Jack Ryan, has raised close to 10 thousand dollars pursuing his agenda to attack Americans seeking to determine the eligibility of the President. Much of these funds were his own. Some of these funds were used to purchase court documents and other private information which is then disseminated to others in the PJ/FB communities to post around the internet. Through Fogbow Realist now actively raises funds for this activity.
Just a few of the lawyers at FogBow include Butterfly Bilderberg, Tes, Paul Lenz, Loren, bob, nbc, Allison, Sternguard, Texasfilly, Realist and Dwight Sullivan. A good number of these anonymous legal identities are in fact employees of the Federal Government. Are Federal funds involved in the activities of these two groups? Who is behind the systematic attacking of citizens involved in asking questions about the eligibility of Obama? It is reported to The P&E that the lawsuit being contemplated will pursue the ability to examine the identities of the major players in this Internet scheme.
The Post & Email has also been a target. It is ironic that all of these crack shot attorneys did not anticipate their own violations of the TOA when breaking out into a new entity.
Who will have standing to pursue this as potential legal action? Any member or former member whose information was transferred to FogBow and any member who posted in Politijab’s membership-only threads. Those threads were copied and given to a third party, The Fogbow.
Our sources have engaged legal advice and learned that short of deleting the shared data, there is no way to prevent legal ramifications. Interested parties should contact this group though their email email@example.com. The email name is lacking because The FogBow also has legal problems for displaying the material without consent.
The Examiner has reported that there is an effort to bring the owners of Fogbow and Politijab into legal compliance with their very own Terms of Agreements. In response, the Fogbow has suddenly shut down their board to the public, and they have purged half of their membership. Highly suspicious behavior for innocent attorneys!
Regardless, readers should be cautious about joining these communities. Foggy posts about his ability to see IP addresses. Foggy has a reputation for hacking.
Editor’s Note: In the early months of 2010, the administrator of The Post & Email often found multiple “Probable Hack Attack!” warnings on the server from a poster with the screen name of “PJ Foggy.” We spent over $750 to change hosting companies to obtain better security against “Foggy” and other hackers.
A posting of Jack Ryan’s on “birther” cases can be found here.
Politijab reports a total of 640 members and posts a link to Fogbow on its site. Its terms of service states that “As a user you agree to any information you have entered to being stored in a database. While this information will not be disclosed to any third party without your consent, neither “Politijab.com” nor phpBB shall be held responsible for any hacking attempt that may lead to the data being compromised.”
Politijab supporters have reportedly attended court hearings regarding the constitutional eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to serve as President of the United States. The issue has also had internet radio exposure with guest Lt. Col. Dwight Sullivan, who confronted CDR Charles F. Kerchner, Jr. at the court-martial of Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin last month and admitted to embarrassing behavior on his part.
Fogbow’s home page states, “We’re a vibrant community of people from all over the world who are following – and debunking – the Birther movement.* The Washington Examiner recently reported that both websites “have been devoted to the singular purpose of maligning, disparaging, and threatening conservatives who wish to discover the truth about Obama’s background.”
The Examiner report cited by our source states that the owner of Politijab “willfully transferred the log in information of all his members to a new website to which he does not have ownership nor control over content.”
The following screenshot seems to indicate that the Politijab database was indeed shared with Fogbow:
Fogbow’s “About” page states:
The Fogbow is an organized gathering of intelligent light that shines into the dark corners of the Internet. We debunk the conspiracy theories of the Birthers and keep a sharp eye on various other fringe groups who use the Web to spread falsehoods and intolerance.
Fogbow’s “The Simple Truth” page quotes from an alleged arrest report of Lt. Quarles Harris, who was murdered outside of a Washington, DC church in April 2008 and was also reportedly cooperating with the FBI in the investigation of the breach in Obama’s passport file at the U.S. Department of State. Whether Harris was an informant or a suspect in the breach is not known.
It also quotes Dr. Chiyome Fukino’s statement from July 27, 2009, in which she stated that ““I, Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Director of the Hawai‛i State Department of Health, have seen the original vital records maintained on file by the Hawai‘i State Department of Health verifying Barack Hussein Obama was born in Hawai‘i and is a natural-born American citizen.”
A report which captured screen information in graphical form regarding a character calling himself “PJ Foggy” was submitted to The Post & Email regarding the person or persons claiming to operate the Politijab website as well as involvement in notifying various law enforcement about the alleged planned “takeover” of the Monroe County courthouse on April 20, 2010.
The text of the comment by “PJ Foggy” reads:
Hi, kids! Did I forget to introduce myself?
I’m one of the administrators of Politijab. “PJ” stands for Politijab. We rule, and Birthers drool. We’re the ones who made it so Orly Taitz can’t call the Supreme Court and talk to the clerk’s office like other lawyers. Instead, her calls are routed to the Threat Assessment office of the Supreme Court Police Dept.
We’re the ones who got Officer Dischler in trouble in Beaumont, TX, when he said he’d investigate the president for treason and fraud.
We’re the ones who got more than 100 cops ready for Cdr. Walt Fitzpatrick, when he showed up on April 20 with a group of armed men who thought they’d take over the Monroe County courthouse.
The transcript of the June 28, 2010 arraignment hearing posted on the internet but denied to the defendant, Walter F. Fitzpatrick, III, contains the watermark “Friends of Politijab.com.” It also bears the typewritten but not signed name of the court reporter, Denise E. Barnes.
Page 15 of the transcript confirms that Ms. Martha Cook, chief clerk of the Monroe County court, was a witness at the arraignment hearing. Ms. Cook also reportedly chose the jury for Fitzpatrick’s trial on December 1, 2010.
The Post & Email is awaiting its own copy of the June 28 transcript which might have been mailed but delayed in delivery due to recent snowstorms. Payment in the form of a $33.00 money order was sent to the Monroe County clerk’s office on January 3, 2011.
Another screenshot of a comment by “PJ Foggy”:
The comment reads:
Sending Orly the Fake Kenya Birth Certificate wasn’t all I did, children.
I also helped write the State Bar Complaint against her (that’s a link).
Little did I know, the State Bar of California only goes after lawyers who steal money from their clients, and Orly never had a paying client in her career.
I also registered an email address in Kenya for Sarah Obama and sent an email to Orly where I volunteered to come to the U.S. and testify if she’d send me money and a plane ticket. Is that wire fraud? Heh, heh.
I wrote a poem about her and posted it on her blog:
Can anyone end this constitutional crisis?
Removing the fraud and usurper from office,
As judges and politicians fail to do their duty
Zealous advocacy shows us the way
You so rock, Dr. Orly Taitz!
Before this national nightmare boils over,
I look to you for inspiring leadership,
The path you walk is lit from above by God,
Challenging the traitors at every turn,
Hang in there, my fearless heroine!
Seems to be some sorta code in there, but I forgets what it is … maybe the first letter of each line, top to bottom.
I got her kicked off her third blog, Repubx.com, by warning the owner Jesse Smith that Phil Berg was gonna sue anyone connected with the World’s Worst Lawyer. And Berg did do exactly that, even sued Linda Starr/Belcher.
Can’t think of anything else off the top of my head, but yeah, I messed with Orly, and if I get another brainstorm I’ll mess with her again.
‘Cuz I’m a true American patriot, and I’m sick of this hateful Russian b***** trying to overturn a free and fair American election. She gets what she gets.