OPINION AND EDITORIAL
Jason Goodman — the “filmmaker” with a social media track record of bizarre emotional outbursts, warning the public that video content of him masturbating was in the wild, and non-stop smear campaigns — can now add ignoring a federal magistrate Judge to his infamous list of CrowdSource The Truth achievements.
After three (3) requests made before Magistrate Judge Stewart D. Aaron for postponement of the 11/14/2019 deadline to respond to the Plaintiff’s Second Amended Complaint (SAC), Goodman has finally responded.
Forgetting the wise words of Magistrate Aaron spoken at the 10/24/2019 pre-trial discovery conference — “I think a motion to dismiss would frankly be a waste of time” and that his Honor was “highly skeptical” that such a motion to dismiss would be a success — nonetheless Jason “dick pick” Goodman proceeded ahead in an apparent headstrong manner to bring his “case” to the Court.
These defenses are so commingled and jumbled with irrelevancies and redundancies that it is quite impossible to separate them without redrafting the pleading.
Burnham v. Hornaday, 223 App. Div. 218 (N.Y. App. Div. 1928)
At the outset, Goodman continues spewing his version of the facts concerning George Webb Sweigert and Robert David Steele in the so-called Port of Charleston (S.C.) dirty bomb hoax of June 14, 2017 (which Goodman commented on in interviews with CNN and the New York Times with George Webb two days after the event).
Goodman spends several paragraphs exonerating himself for the Port of Charleston dirty bomb hoax and instead blames the Plaintiff, George Webb’s brother.
Then Goodman attempts to re-litigate the issues in the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Virginia with several paragraphs devoted to the Plaintiff’s attempt to intervene in that lawsuit (3:17-cv-00601-MHL).
Most of the document (Motion to Dismiss) is punctuated with “it is the Defendant’s belief…“. No evidence is provided.
Then Goodman falls back to announcing (again) his high virtues as a new type of journalist, a “crowd sourced” journalist.
Above: (l to r) Trish “the dish” Negron, George “cop a feel” Webb and Jason “dick pics” Goodman (courtesy of Bill Warner)
U.S. District Court
Southern District of New York (Foley Square)
CIVIL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 1:18-cv-08653-VEC-SDA
|Sweigert v. Goodman
Assigned to: Judge Valerie E. Caproni
Referred to: Magistrate Judge Stewart D. Aaron
Cause: 18:1962 Racketeering (RICO) Act
|11/14/2019||103||MOTION FOR LEAVE TO EXTEND TIME TO RESPOND TO SECOND AMENDED COMPLAINT WITH COUNTERCLAIM & THIRD-PARTY COMPLAINT, re: 88 Amended Complaint. Document filed by Jason Goodman.(sc) (Entered: 11/14/2019)|
|11/18/2019||104||FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES to Jason Goodman.Document filed by D George Sweigert.(sc) (Entered: 11/18/2019)|
|11/18/2019||105||MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT OF MOTION TO DISMISS PURS. TO FED.R.CIV.P. 12(B)(6) re: 106 . Document filed by Jason Goodman. (sc) Modified on 11/19/2019 (sc). (Entered: 11/19/2019)|
|11/18/2019||106||NOTICE OF MOTION TO DISMISS PURS. TO FED.R.CIV.P. 12(B)(6). Document filed by Jason Goodman.(sc) (Entered: 11/19/2019)|
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JASON GOODMAN BELIEVES HE WAS TRICKED
To be continued…
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