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Happy Birthday Neal!

Yes, today is the birthday of my very dear friend, Neal Rauhauser! In case you haven’t heard yet, Neal received a very special present from Bullyville and the Texas Court of Appeals. Bullyville won his appeal against Neal and the Appeals Judges further reduced the sanctions awarded to Neal all the way down to a big fat zero! Neal was

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#JustSaying

Bless your little heart but no, a Cease and Desist letter does not mean you should start posting screen captures showing that you’re the actual victim and the other person is the villain. Because if you’re doing that you’re neither ceasing or desisting, you’re actually continuing. You might want to ignore what Disbarred Lawyer says and check the definition carefully

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Retzlaff Appeal Denied In California Bullyville Lawsuit

Well, this was pretty fast. Internet bad guy, Thomas Retzlaff just filed an appeal to get a rehearing 5 days ago. The court denied his appeal today. Retzlaff was trying to earn some money from his lawsuit but the court in California isn’t that dumb. They did award Retzlaff his legal fees but since he represented himself and had a

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California Bullyville Lawsuit Not Over, Retzlaff Files Appeal; july 20, 2016

Yesterday, convicted sex offender and serial stalker, Thomas Retzlaff filed appealed for a rehearing in the California Bullyville lawsuit.  The court already ruled in Retzlaff’s favor by deciding it had no jurisdiction over Retzlaff because he lives in Arizona. In his petition, Retzlaff consents to the court’s jurisdiction so that he can pursue getting sanctions and legal fees against McGibney.

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Bullyville Granted Appeal In Texas, Neal Is Mad

The Rauhauser v McGibney lawsuit has to be one of the strangest ever and it’s nowhere near over. Perhaps tired of waiting for the judge to remember his duties, Bullyville filed for, and was granted, an appeal in Texas. First, the judge forgot to render a decision in 2014 which led to Neal filing an appeal that lasted 2 years.

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California Court Sides With Stalker In Bullyville Lawsuit

Convicted felon, sex offender and professional conman, Thomas Retzlaff, won his appeal against Bullyville this week which resulted in the restraining order against him being quashed due to lack of jurisdiction. What this essentially means is that anyone who lives in California who finds themselves the subject of harassment or stalking via the internet by someone who lives outside of

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GoDaddy Participates In Stealing Domains

If you have a web domain account with GoDaddy, be advised it’s subject to unlawful seizure by GoDaddy without notification. The Texas lawsuit between Bullyville and Neal Rauhauser has been pretty bizaare but the latest event in the saga involving GoDaddy and conman Thomas Retzlaff is worthy of America’s Dumbest Criminals.  The current status of Rauhauser v. Bullyville is that

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BUSTED! Texas Attorney Jeffrey Dorrell Self Doxes As Blogger

Gus Pillsbury is the pseudonym of the blogger who created operationkleinwatch.blogspot.com  a blog that’s harassed private investigator, Phil Klein since 2007. There was another blog, notthisonetoojacques.blogspot.com, that also attacked Klein at the same time.  That blog’s editor called himself Sam The Eagle and is now known to be Thomas Retzlaff. Retzlaff currently writes the ViaViewFiles.net blog that attacks Bullyville and James McGibney.  But back

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Catty And Tommy Converse; June 2016 UPDATED

UPDATE June 10th: As mentioned below, Catty’s reply to Retzlaff never made it out of moderation on the Viaviewfiles blog and was never seen publicly. Yet Retzlaff sent an email to his daughter, Brittany, the next day and referenced Catty’s reply. Then he filed another crazy motion in the California Bullyville lawsuit.  Retzlaff and Neal Rauhauser have both maintained that

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June 3rd Hearing In The Bullyville Texas Lawsuit

Today James McGibney aka Bullyville had another hearing with Judge Cosby in the Texas lawsuit with Neal Rauhauser.  When the subject of apologizing to Neal as one of the sanctions came up, the judge allowed McGibney to speak freely for almost ten minutes to state his case against doing so. The judge will render his decision in another week or

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