OPINION AND EDITORIAL
The practical effects of a new Report and Recommendation by a federal magistrate judge in the Jason Goodman slander, defamation and libel lawsuit seems to pit a coffee cup against a book.
One the one hand is the famous “Black Cube coffee cup” from which Jason Goodman enjoys drinking from on camera. Meanwhile, the magistrate judge has permitted “Hollywood film maker” Jason Goodman’s claims of defamation to proceed against the Plaintiff for a book that was written about the so-called Port of Charleston “dirty bomb hoax”.
In sum, it is the slander coffee cup versus the Port of Charleston “dirty bomb hoax” book.
Above: George Webb (on camera) discusses the MEMPHIS MAERSK container ship with Jason Goodman (off camera) three weeks prior to the Port of Charleston “dirty bomb hoax” on June 14, 2017.
Above: the infamous portrayal of the Plaintiff, Manuel DEFANGO Chavez, III and Robert David Steele
Above: Larry Klayman, esq. (l) and Jason Goodman (r)
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HISTORY BEHIND THE COFFEE CUP OF SLANDER
One of the many pieces of Internet tribal folklore is the story behind the Jason Goodman so-called “coffee cup of slander”. It was born during Thanksgiving 2017 week-end after Manuel Chavez, III accused “Hollywood film maker” Jason Goodman of acting as a paid operative for a private Mossad group called “Black Cube”. The slander of Chavez is very well documented in the letter below.
THE PORT OF CHARLESTON “DIRTY BOMB HOAX” BOOK
Above: The book at the center of the legal controversy
JASON GOODMAN’S COUNTER-CLAIMbookmanemp
Listen to minute 18:00 below:
To be continued…
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