We last left off discussing Twitter direct messages between former Playboy model, Robbin Young, and the “Romanian hacker” Guccifer 2, who inexplicably went from being a “lone wolf hacker” behind WikiLeaks’ DNC emails to confiding in Young that Seth Rich was their source. There were a few things that also stood out in Guccifer’s messages with Young besides the Seth Rich confession and the bizarre love affair the two of them appeared to be having. For example, G2 told Young that they heard Edward Snowden was gay which seems like a super CIA-ish thing to throw into the mix in order to generate hostility towards both the whistleblower who resides in Russia, a country unfriendly towards the LGBTQ community, and Putin for granting Snowden asylum in the first place; then Guccifer 2 dove straight into Pedogate.
Robert David Steele (RDS)
On August 30, 2016, Guccifer 2 randomly brought up in conversation David Seaman, a notorious figure in the Pizzagate-Pedogate scene who was fired from The Huffington Post in late August 2016.
Seaman is a conspiracy nut and as early as March 2017 (if not earlier), he was pushing pre-Q conspiracy theories like a “satanic cabal of elites” were trafficking children with the help of the U.S. government. Two years after Pizzagate, Seaman and his media outlet, Fulcrum News, got entangled with Devin Nunes’ attorney, Steve Biss, after Robert David Steele (RDS) introduced them. But the initial introduction between RDS and Seaman may have occurred with the help of Manny Chavez (a former member of a PR firm called Shadowbox that was co-founded by Thomas Schoenberger and Beth Bogaerts).
On June 27, 2017, someone from Robert David Steele’s Medium.com account called “Phibetaiota” left a comment for Chavez under an article he published called, “The Crowdstalking of David Seaman, An Interview and Intervention of Lift the Veil,” that read:
“Can you please connect David Seaman to Robert David Steele and
suggest to both of them to get on SteemIt. We will do the rest.”
Thomas Schoenberger also appeared involved in this as indicated by an unverified leaked email he allegedly sent to Seaman after the “Crowdstalking David Seaman” interview took place. This isn’t terribly surprising since Schoenberger has been open about being the one who introduced Chavez to RDS in the first place.
So yeah, unfortunately for Seaman it appears that he was indeed eventually put in direct contact with Robert David Steele by someone and the next thing you know Steve Biss was filing a lawsuit on his behalf a year later. But lemme back this cart up for a hot minute because this is a fairly wild story.
Besides being some sort of ex-CIA spook who believes children are being trafficked to Mars (yes, the planet), or whatever exactly his background is with U.S. intelligence, Robert David Steele also sits as Chief Counsel for a “sovereign citizen-styled LARP court” called the International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ).” According to trackingmeroz.wordpress.com:
“The ITNJ is a pretend court which has NO AUTHORITY on earth to prosecute civil or criminal complaints; yet it claims to provide witness protection to persons whose testimony lacks the proper evidence to support their defamatory accusations of pedophilia and child sex trafficking.”
This is also the same guy that Schoenberger and Bogaerts were doing research for back in early July 2017, in relation to his lawsuit against Crowdsource The Truth journalist, Jason Goodman, which was also filed by Biss. At the time, Schoenberger was encouraging Biss’ wife, Tanya, to have her husband file another lawsuit against Goodman, this time on behalf of Bogaerts’ friend, White Rabbit, incredulously after White Rabbit deliberately misled an independent journalist into believing he had the “Seth Rich files.” (see “Stunning Leaked Messages Between White Rabbit and Trish“).
Side note: While Bogaerts, Ray Johansen, attorney Jesselyn Radack, and/or their associates have spent almost two years publicly and privately defaming me by falsely stating I work for and am paid by Trevor Fitzgibbon, his attorney Steve Biss, and/or Thomas Schoenberger, here’s me (above, in blue) telling Bogaerts (@HumanOfMind) to hire an attorney and stop giving Fitzgibbon’s attorney ammo he can use against her.
Imagine that. So that gives you an idea of what kind of defamation campaigns these people will run against you when you stop buying into their nonsense or won’t keep your mouth shut about their activities.
As for Bogaerts and Schoenberger’s former associate, Trevor Fitzgibbon, my understanding is that he had nothing to do with conducting research for RDS but based on (unverified) leaked emails, it does appear that he helped RDS and former U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney on their 2017 UNRIG campaign. Both Fitzgibbon and McKinney’s work have been supported by WikiLeaks in the past and it is baffling how or why they decided to get involved with a nutter like RDS. In 2018, McKinney also became somewhat of a staple on Suzie Dawson’s fashy #Unity4J vigils.
And I know what the larpers, propagandists, and cyber mercenaries are thinking right now, “But…but…Trevor Fitzgibbon, who has infiltrated and now controls all things in the universe including WikiLeaks, the rate of bitcoin, the Vatican, and the International Space Station, was also represented by Biss in two defamation cases against Jesselyn Radack,” and yes, you are correct.
Biss represented him in two defamation cases, both of which Radack chose to settle instead of facing a jury despite knowing full well at the time she filed rape allegations against her lover after cheating on her husband that she might have to testify under oath at trial. She’s an attorney. What did crazy pants think would happen if the DOJ didn’t close the investigation and decided to indict him?
As for Biss, if you’re wondering how Fitzgibbon met him in the first place, look no further than Radack’s associate, Bogaerts, who introduced him to Fitzgibbon.
It’s important to remember that Bogaerts didn’t have a problem with Biss representing Fitzgibbon until after her and Fitzgibbon had a falling out in December 2017, and around the exact same time that Radack’s other associate, Ray Johansen, claims he started having some sort of online sexting affair with Bogaerts.
To put it simply, Bogaerts introduced Fitzgibbon to Biss, Biss started putting a case together for him against Radack while Bogaerts was cheering Fitzgibbon on and after they had a falling out, she leaked the lawsuit to Johansen via one his associates that she had been working with since at least January 2017. Then, she and/or her associates like Johansen and Jesselyn Radack have spent the last three years beating Fitzgibbon up for hiring the very attorney she introduced him to in the first place.
And this tracks with evidence that shows Bogaerts allegedly knew Schoenberger before Fitzgibbon did (see The Rabbit Files 6.0) so if I had to guess, I would surmise that Bogaerts met Biss through the research she and Schoenberger were doing for RDS after which she introduced Fitzgibbon to Biss. Meanwhile—
Timothy Holmseth and Abel Danger
Representing a former CIA spook who believes NASA is trafficking kids to Mars doesn’t appear to be the only time Biss dipped his caseload into the conspiracy pool. And just for the record, this whole trafficking to Mars conspiracy that RDS promoted wasn’t a secret. He said it on the Alex Jones show just a few days before Schoenberger and Bogaerts started providing him research for his case against Jason Goodman, before Fitzgibbon started working on his Unrig campaign, and before Dawson invited McKinney on Unity4J vigils. Plus, the insanity made national news.
So anyhoo, aside from working for RDS, on May 25, 2018, Biss also filed a lawsuit on behalf of independent investigator, Timothy Holmseth, introducing the case to the court with, “America’s darkest secret is pedophilia and child trafficking…” However, according to trackingmeroz.wordpress.com, Biss abandoned the case after it was transferred from Virginia (his state of choice to file lawsuits) to Florida.
According to The Daily Beast, Timothy Holmseth is the same guy who claims that he’s a member of the (very fake) “Pentagon Pedophile Task Force” and that while he was “on the run” from authorities, he recorded a video “urging his fans to shoot child protective services staffers who come to their homes.” One journalist who tracked Holmseth’s activities noted, “He’s on a WiFi at McDonald’s telling people to donate to the Pentagon Pedophile Task Force.”
The Daily Beast also reported that Holmseth is an “ally” of Field McConnell, a 70-year-old former Navy pilot who goes by Abel Danger and became “a leading promoter of the Qanon idea that CPS agents are stealing children.” More from The Daily Beast’s Will Sommer:
“In lengthy, rambling videos, filmed in front of a backdrop of Bible verses, McConnell and his associates began to lay out QAnon theories, proffering lunatic legal schemes to mothers who had lost custody of their children and threatening specific individuals with violence. The videos soon became a hit with fringe conspiracy theorists.”
“McConnell and his allies also urged viewers to donate to their various causes and legal fights. And he talked about his dream of a McConnell Veterans Ranch, a bizarre plan where military veterans and rescued victims of child sex abuse would live at a Texas ranch under McConnell’s guidance.”
Unfortunately, none of this is terribly surprising now that we know how many people have been poisoned with Qanon conspiracies after the advent of Pizzagate/Pedogate. What is surprising is that an associate of whistleblower attorney Jesselyn Radack, Johansen, and Bogaerts was gifted McConnell’s Youtube channel while spending 24 hours a day on Twitter accusing everyone else and their mother of being associated with Qanon.
Abel Danger and “Lestat”
Sometime in 2019, a Mexican national who uses the name “Lestat” and “Arturo” (@Cheshire3301, @Tafoyovsky, @ATafoyovsky) was given Field McConnell’s Youtube channel and this isn’t very difficult to figure out. According to a screenshot from Lestat’s now defunct Twitter account that’s been floating around the internet, he posted:
“To keep things clean and honest. I have been given the opportunity to manage and upload videos directly to #AbelDanger Youtube channel with over 64k subscribers, this will be used to amplify the exposure of known cyber criminals and it’s associates.”
If this tweet was legit, Lestat openly admitted that he was going to use a former Q freak’s Youtube channel gifted to him with a large following to specifically target “cyber criminals” and “it’s associates,” meaning what exactly? Did Lestat only target people who have been charged and convicted of cyber crimes in a court of law but were still continuing their criminal activities? Or was he going to decide for himself who was a cyber criminal? And what about these so-called associates?
If there’s any criminal activity going on here that reeks of Gamergate behavior, it’s Lestat purposely using someone else’s platform with a large enough following to deliberately target and essentially gang stalk innocent people for merely being associated with so-called “cyber criminals” who are determined to be as much by Lestat and those who feed him information. I mean, honestly, this just sounds like an offshoot of Schoenberger and Bogaerts’ PR firm, Shadowbox, where some of the company documents stated that they were basically a warfare firm.
Does Lestat and his associates operate under the impression that they are judge and jury of the internet with an unbridled license to criminally target and censor whomever they see fit? Apparently they do and it’s hardly surprising that the channel was shut down for abusive behavior.
On January 27, 2020, Lestat’s other Twitter account tweeted, “Consider that my channel just to be the Abel Danger channel a channel built on Q given to me with 80K subs I’m lucky to still have +50k.” And approximately six months prior he stated:
“Why don’t you ask Bobby? Abel Danger was not only Field there were other ppl involved one of them managed the tech part that guy parted ways found me and Bobby and made the offer because he thought it was important what we were exposing…”
…which was apparently “cyber criminals” and their “associates.” And a quick look at archive.org shows that Lestat did, indeed, inherit Abel Danger’s Youtube channel. In this February 24, 2018 archived page of the channel you can see that it belongs to “Abel Danger” and the Youtube user ID is “BMHC2CSi” (at the top in the url).
Notice the eye at the top left-hand corner next to McConnell’s picture? Right. Now here’s a screenshot of the same channel from December 2019, with the same picture of the eye that Lestat continued using from the Abel Danger channel and the same Youtube user ID, only now it’s his “The Distillery Conspiracy” channel. Nice white rabbit.
Although Lestat has tried to explain that he didn’t inherit the channel directly from Qanon freak Field McConnell, which may be true, the point is that he did inherit a Qanon freak’s channel and if anyone else in the world did this and Lestat and his associates deemed you an enemy for hurting their feelings or exposing their activities, Lestat would probably spend the next decade publicly defaming you and claiming that you were part of Qanon.
Put it this way, I did one Youtube show with Tracy Beanz about WikiLeaks and well before Qanon even existed and to this day Lestat and/or his associates continue to defame my reputation by stating or inferring that I was part of Qanon because of this one Youtube show. Lestat is notorious for using the same tactics that attorney Steve Biss uses in some of his court cases—linking people together in conspiracies who literally have nothing to do with each other while trying to white wash from history his and his associates’ own activities and former associations.
Additionally, at no point in time have I ever seen Lestat include Holmseth or McConnell (Abel Danger) in his Qanon research, videos, the ridiculous charts he makes, or the hashtags he uses in an effort to manipulate Twitter algorithms and increase the staying power and lasting effects of his ongoing “Q-debunking” PSYOP.
Even more questionable is the fact that Lestat is an associate of Jesselyn Radack, a whistleblower attorney who has been spending the first warm days of spring bizarrely trolling people online and deliberately trying to put at least two women in physical danger with doxing attempts while comforting Lestat after he was recently upset she didn’t send him any money.
So What Happened to David Seaman?
Right, so a year prior to Lestat inheriting Field McConnell’s Youtube channel, both Holmseth and David Seaman got tied up with Biss after Seaman supposedly became a witness for Robert David Steele’s shame citizen court, ITNJ. After Biss filed a lawsuit on Seaman’s behalf the case was also transferred out of Virginia, this time to California where reportedly Seaman’s “troubles began.”
Trackingmeroz.wordpress.com reported that Biss left Seaman “high and dry,” and according to Seaman’s Fulcrum DC Twitter account, Biss was negligent and failed to treat him “as a client or human being,” while actively seeking out “Pedogate journalists as clients.” Seaman went on to accuse the attorney of failing to keep him abreast of developments in the case and that he had to get information about his own lawsuit from Pacer. More:
“Chose to Dismiss the case and get rid of this lawyer. [Biss] [s]old me on how he wants to help Pedogate out so much, then tries to throw me under the bus with this Pro Se listing days before hearing date? Former CIA man Robert David Steele recommended this lawyer Biss to us.”
Of course this is only one side of the story but if it’s true, admittedly, I had no idea that Biss was trying to solicit Pedogate clients but here we are. More importantly, why in the world would Guccifer 2 a.k.a. the Russians *cough cough* take any interest in David Seaman? The answer, of course, isn’t in the Mueller report because like the Alice Donovan Twitter account and the .7z files that White Rabbit gave to Trish Negron, Robert Mueller never mentioned Young’s DMs with Guccifer 2. So were the DMs actually real?
Disclaimer: Ten more pages of disclaimers to follow.
If you were mentioned in this article because your associate(s) did or said something stupid/dishonest, that’s not a suggestion that you did or said something stupid/dishonest or that you took part in it. Of course, some may conclude on their own that you associate with stupid/dishonest individuals but that’s called having the right to an opinion. If I’ve questioned something that doesn’t make sense to me, that’s not me spinning the confusing material you’ve put out. That’s me trying to make sense out of something that doesn’t make sense. And if I’ve noted that you failed to back up your allegations that means I either missed where you posted it or you failed to back your shiz up.
If I haven’t specifically stated that I believe (my opinion) someone is associated with someone else or an event, then it means just that. I haven’t reported an association nor is there any inference of association on my part. For example, just because someone is mentioned in this article, it doesn’t mean that they’re involved or associated with everyone and everything else mentioned. Here’s another example: Just because I reported the facts that Lestat was gifted McConnell’s Youtube channel doesn’t mean that I reported he was an associate of McConnell. It does, however, seem to indicate that at the very least he got the account from someone who was associated with McConnell at one point or another. Obviously. Unless, you’re an idiot. If I believe that there’s an association between people and/or events, I’ll specifically report it.
If anyone mentioned in this article wants to claim that I have associated them with someone else or an event because I didn’t disclose every single person and event in the world that they are NOT associated with, that’s called gaslighting an audience and it’s absurd hogwash i.e. “They mentioned that I liked bananas but they didn’t disclose that I don’t like apples. Why are they trying to associate me with apples???” Or something similar to this lovely gem, “I did NOT give Trish the thumb drive!” in order to make their lazy audience believe that it was reported they gave Trish the thumb drive when, in fact, that was never reported, let alone inferred.
That’s some of the BS I’m talking about so try not to act like a psychiatric patient, intelligence agent, or paid cyber mercenary by doing these things. If you would like to share your story, viewpoint, or any evidence that pertains to this article, or feel strongly that something needs to be clarified or corrected (again, that actually pertains to the article), you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
I cannot confirm and am not confirming the legitimacy of any messages or emails in this article. Please see a doctor if sensitivity continues. If anyone asks, feel free to tell them that I work for Schoenberger, Fitzgibbon, Steven Biss, the CIA, or really just about any intelligence agency because your idiocy, ongoing defamation, and failure as a human is truly a sight to behold for the rest of us.
This is an opinion piece about my own theories and viewpoint. You should research this story and events yourself and come to your own conclusions.
Annoyingly Long Updates:
I have noted throughout The Rabbit Files that I personally believe former AnonIntelGroup member and hacktivist, Ray Johansen, has access to and/or is a close associate of both the old @AnonScan account as well as the new one, @AnonScandinavia. Over the course of the last three years, neither of these accounts have ever rebuked things like fascist elements being welcomed into the Assange support community but they recently took the time to publicly chastise me over my belief about Johansen’s access (while failing to address the association part) because apparently my opinions are more important to the emotional “Anonymous Scandinavia” than, say, fighting fascism.
And even though @AnonScandinavia publicly denied that Johansen has access to their account, which may indeed be true, the account is also known for protecting abusive liars, promoting malicious actors who carry out defamation campaigns and try to dox activists, and associating with Beth Bogaerts (@HumanOfMind) who went so insanely far to discredit me that she actually perjured herself in court multiple times by bizarrely and falsely accusing me of being paid/hired by her former business partner so, no, I don’t believe them. Like, on any level. As for my audience, I’ll leave it up to them to make their own decision.
Of course, @AnonScandinavia’s recent denials in no way negate the fact that the account privately vouched for Johansen in the past in order to boost Johansen’s trustworthiness factor which is exactly zero despite his endless twaddle about “trust” and “loyalty.” That is, if the person(s) behind the account now is the same one(s) who previously vouched for Johansen which they themselves claim they’re not.
Due to incredibly poor opsec, whoever was running the old @AnonScan account in September 2020, claimed that someone (?) was able to contact the family of the @AnonScan administrator and gain the passwords to Anonymous Scandinavia’s Youtube and email accounts. Then they claimed they were still working on gaining control of the Twitter account.
This was after guys like Johansen spread endless private rumors that the (original?) administrator of the @AnonScan account was highly depressed hence the reason there had been no activity on the account for months last year. I’ve also heard rumors that some people were told the administrator killed himself.
Like other things that have disappeared after they were exposed in The Rabbit Files, Anonymous Scandinavia rewrote the video title and deleted the video description on a September 7, 2020 video they posted that explained this ridiculous story and revealed just how bad the account’s opsec was.
So aside from @AnonScan being an opsec dumpster fire, according to the above statement the lack of activity on the account last year was not due to the administrator’s depression but rather vicious attacks on their servers and devices. And yes, Anonymous Scandinavia, their servers, and their devices have been so heavily targeted by the deep shadows of lurking intelligence agencies (as they have claimed repeatedly over the years) that the original administrator, an alleged member of Anonymous, no less, decided it was a great idea to give out enough personal information to unnamed actors that enabled these unnamed actors to track down and contact his family in order to obtain the passwords to all of @AnonScan’s accounts.
These people are seriously running a three-ring circus on a Suzie Dawson merry-go-round.
Then, earlier this year the @AnonScan account was shut down (deleting all evidence of what they’ve posted since 2016) and a new one popped up a month later as @AnonScandinavia, claiming that they are the same as the old @AnonScan account. But do they mean the old @AnonScan account where unnamed actor(s) took control of it after apparently obtaining the password from the administrator’s family or do they mean the old old account and they’re the same person who was heavily depressed and may or may not have committed suicide?
As if this story can’t get anymore ridiculous, the very first video that @AnonScandinavia posted upon their return with the new account was a 50-some-year old guy (age not confirmed loool) wearing a mask and asking people to be his personal snitch by uploading documents from their personal devices to an insecure server this guy obviously runs. What he wanted was any and all information pertaining to anyone who had pretended to be Anonymous Scandinavia or associated with them, which, of course, no one is aware of anyone “pretending” to be Anonymous Scandinavia for over three years now, but okay, buddy.
This grown ass man then ended the video by threatening unknown individuals they claim are harassing and defaming people they support which is pretty hilarious based on the trolls that account has promoted over the years, themselves included. I mean, let’s be serious, what kind of male “activist” and “hacktivist” makes this kind of video and then expects to be taken seriously? And 2017 called, they’re still waiting on that “troll list” AnonScan said they were going to release.
After dealing with the @AnonScan account for years, personally I just think that they like to post or say things that make them appear way more important than they really are and, admittedly, I used to believe every word. But, again, you should come to your conclusions.
The funny thing about all of this is that the first (and maybe only) tweet that Julian Assange retweeted from the @AnonScan account back in early 2017, which led a lot of us to believe that Assange was working with the account, was a video that @AnonScan deliberately stole as their own from an Assange supporter who had created it. To this day, Anonymous Scandinavia has never given them credit and I should have known then what a complete and utter fraud this guy and his associates really are.
In other news, for those of you familiar with the Twitter user “Kaidinn,” apparently they recently claimed responsibility for the “@AnonFoxfire” account which was a part of the AnonIntelGroup with Ray Johansen. Although some people believe that Beth Bogaerts was behind the account due to the similarities in handles (@AnonFoxfire/@Foxfire2112) and her involvement with the hacktivist scene including working as an editor for one of Johansen’s associates, it turns out that one of the most pathetic smear artists on the internet who used to work with Johansen is now claiming the account as theirs. What an absolute embarrassment for the hacking group and its associates.
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