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This person has been legal counsel to Manuel Chavez, III of Carson City, Nevada, Robert David Steele, Virginia, David Seaman, Washington, D.C., Edward Butowsky, Dallas, Texas, etc.
This person is considered to be a second-tier social media crank that struggles to gain more exposure within the conspiracy industry.
OPINION AND EDITORIAL
BACKGROUND ON STEVEN S. BISS, ESQ
Above: source unknown (see Twitter thread below)
Wow some new findings today. George Webb wrote a book about their dad's radio life, pretending to be the dad.
Leopard Meroz reviewed the book Sep 12 2017
First "Sweigert" post on Meroz Sep 21 2017
Biss got a degree in military intelligence BEFORE law school pic.twitter.com/WsoTQ7oQMH
— Steve Outtrim (@steveouttrim) February 13, 2020
A few Biss suits f/ this year:
Fitzgibbon v @JesselynRadack
Nunes v @RyanLizza
Butowsky v. @davidfolkenflik
Nunes v @mcclatchy
Patel v @Politico
Nunes v. @Twitter & @DevinCow
Robert David Steele v Goodman#DetectingSomePatternsHere..
— unR̶A̶D̶A̶C̶K̶ted (@JesselynRadack) January 8, 2020
Twitter seeks legal fees
Twitter is demanding that Rep. Devin Nunes’ lawyer pay its legal fees in a new court filing responding to one of the Republican congressman’s attempts to identify anonymous people who heckle him online.
Nunes is suing Twitter in a Virginia court, but the new filing is part of a lawsuit that is not related to the California lawmaker.
Nunes’ attorney, Steven S. Biss, also represents former public relations executive Trevor Fitzgibbon. Fitzgibbon is suing a former colleague who accused him of sexual assault, Jesselyn Radack.
“Since the outset of that case, Mr. Biss has fought repeatedly — and unsuccessfully — to unmask the identity of the person(s) speaking anonymously through the @DevinCow account,” Twitter’s attorneys wrote. “And now, Mr. Biss is trying to use a federal court subpoena to effectively short circuit the Virginia state court’s ability to properly address and resolve those still-ongoing discovery disputes in the context of the Nunes case.”
Above: Alleged photo of Steven S. Biss, esq.
JANUARY 30, 2020 05:00 AM
Biss faced a year-long ban from practicing any law in Virginia starting in 2008 stemming from his work in a case where a company was accused of making fraudulent financial statements in a bid to take over another business.
In sworn statements submitted as evidence in other cases, Biss’s legal adversaries said he has approached them with what they regarded as unethical requests to testify and threatened to sue them.
“Biss claimed he had a number of issues in his past that showed Biss would do anything to defeat anyone and he would not rule out breaking the law,” a lawyer suing Biss for slander said in a court affidavit in 2006. The lawyer eventually dropped that lawsuit against Biss.
Other public records show Biss has been litigious in his personal life. Last year, he was evicted by his landlord of 13 years. Biss appealed his eviction for eight months before surrendering the property, owing both the back rent and thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Nunes’ lawsuits have given Biss a national platform – even prompting other DC officials such as Kash Patel, a former Nunes aide and current White House adviser, to employ Biss in their own defamation suits. Biss also has threatened to sue another congressman, Rep. Ted Lieu, on behalf of Nunes.
ED BUTOWSKY CONNECTION
Meet Devin’s ATM Machine
I’ll make this short and get to the guts of it…
Devin’s ATM Machine goes by the name of Ed Butowski. Butowski is a staunch Donald Trump supporter, who also writes articles for Breitbart News. He got his start with Morgan Stanley as a financial advisor and he is now worth around $3 Billion.
In June of 2019, Devin’s idiot “attorney” Steven Biss filed a defamation suit on behalf of Ed Butowsky against NPR for $57 million in damages. NPR reported on a federal lawsuit that alleged Butowsky worked with the White House to influence a retracted Fox News report on conspiracy theories about murdered Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich.
In his complaint, Butowsky alleges that NPR’s reporting was intentionally biased against him. NPR in statements on the lawsuits has said it stands by its reporting.
It’s pretty obvious Nunes’s lawsuits are definitely not self-funded and is most certainly part of a larger plan of disinformation & general fuckery funded by the powerful dark money of Butowski, who loves loves loves being part of disinformation and general fuckery. The dots of Biss, Butowski, and Nunes are super easy to connect.
More details to come but this is just something to get the ball rolling…
More background on Ed Butowsky:
This is a reminder that @DevinNunes “attorney” Steven Biss is a jackass. Item #422: Biss filed a defamation suit on behalf of Robert David Steele. Steele claimed that NASA was running a child slave colony on Mars.
— Toby Morton (@tobymorton) February 10, 2020
What hint do you have to give? You’re gonna claim special knowledge like Kim and Craig Murray? lol
You need to follow the Ed Butowsky trial. There are about 6 or 7 completely different and unrelated sources. Also, former NSA technical director Bill Binney (who is a mathematician) has stated that the leak came from inside the DNC from a download to either a thumb drive or a CD.
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