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Men’s Rights website falsely accuses Ohio University student of being a false rape accuser

Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c): False accuser

Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c): False accuser

Well, this is depressing. The Raw Story is reporting that

An Ohio University sophomore has deactivated her social media accounts and is afraid to leave her house after she was falsely identified as the woman who reported she’d been raped in an incident captured on cell phone video by a passerby.

The student, Rachel Cassidy, now falsely accused of being a false rape accuser, has had her personal information — not just her name but her address, the name of her sorority, her social media accounts, even her Pinterest page — listed on a Men’s Rights site called Crimes Against Fathers. (I won’t link to it.)

The man behind Crimes Against Fathers? None other than the notorious Men’s Rights extremist and crackpot Peter Andrew Nolan — or, as he prefers to be known, for reasons I don’t fully understand, Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c) . Apparently taking inspiration from Paul Elam’s Register-Her.com, Nolan’s site does what Register-Her only threatened to do: it actually releases the personal information of those it identifies as “Man-Hating Women.” He will even add names of women you don’t like to the list for a fee of $70 (Australian).

So far the site has several hundred women listed, most of them apparently women who have run afoul of Nolan or his most active lieutenant on the site, the pseudonymous “John Rambo” of “Boycott American Women” fame, either online or in real life. In most cases, luckily, the amount of personal information given out is relatively scanty and the number of people who’ve actually viewed the posts (which is listed on the site) has been small.

That’s not the case with Cassidy, whose life Nolan and “Rambo” have set out to ruin as thoroughly as they can. In addition to her personal information, the site has also dug up an assortment of pictures of her scraped from various sites on the internet.

And, unwilling to believe that she is not the woman in the video — and a false accuser of rape — the two have taken aim at those who’ve stepped forward to defend Cassidy. They’ve posted the personal information of Jenny Hall-Jones, the Dean of Students at Ohio University, for the “crime” of publicly saying that Cassidy is not the woman in the video, as well as several other women who’ve come out in support of Cassidy.

On Crimes Against Fathers, “Rambo” writes

[C]onsidering that women will always try to cover for their fellow women, and will NEVER hold their fellow women accountable, there is a very strong possibility that Jenny [Hall-Jones]  is LYING and that Rachel Cassidy IS the girl in that video. This means that Jenny Hall-Jones is a CRIMINAL because she is covering up for the CRIME of making a false rape accusation. Therefore, she is a criminal and needs to be publicly exposed as such.

Neither “Rambo” nor Nolan has leveled similar accusations against Ohio University president Roderick McDavis, a man, though he too has said that the woman in the video is not Cassidy.

Men’s Rights activists like to say that Nolan isn’t really one of them. If this is the case, they should be willing to stand up and denounce his reprehensible actions, and the very idea of his Crimes Against Fathers “Man-Hating Women” directory.

EDITED TO ADD: I should note that Nolan’s site also has a “Name and Shame the IgnorMANuses” forum directed at alleged man-hating men, including Vince Gilligan (creator of Breaking Bad) and Nacho Vidal (the pseudonymous dude behind MGTOWforums.com). The list is considerably smaller than that of the Man-Hating Women directory, and none of the entries I saw listed any personal information that went much beyond links to Facebook pages.

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Posted on October 22, 2013, in a voice for men, antifeminism, crackpottery, doxing, evil women, false accusations, harassment, irony alert, men who should not ever be with women ever, misogyny, MRA, Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c), rape, rape culture and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 398 Comments.

  1. @ Cloudiah

    “They are political creatures. The fact is, you do not have access to the facts of this case, so all you can do is speculate.”

    And if it’s not politically expedient to bring a charge of a false rape after the shit storm of news stories critical of college’s handling of rape cases? That doesn’t mean that the false accusation case wasn’t in fact stronger than the rape charge brought and rejected by the grand jury. We’re all operating under the same set of facts. What we know for sure is that the case against the young man was too weak to prosecute. We know the prosecutor brought it anyway.

    “And if you’re seriously saying that people who in good faith make a mistaken witness identification should be punished”

    That’s been attributed to me, but I haven’t said it. I’ve actually been on record as saying that I believe that a misidentification shouldn’t automatically be considered a false allegation.

    John Anderson | November 13, 2013 at 1:04 am

    “As far as it being a misidentification rather than a false accusation, it might help to know that I don’t believe that women who identified the wrong man as her rapist necessarily has made a false report.”

    Let’s not let the truth get in the way of a good story. Carry on.

  2. Argenti Aertheri

    “Why would the rate have anything to do with anything?”

    Ok, you really can’t read. He said, and I fucking quote —

    “The rate of false accusation is equivalent between crimes. The rates of prosecution for false accusation are equivalent. So there isn’t a “problem”. You, however, aver there is, and that prosecution of “false rape accusations” needs to be more vigorous.”

    Which, when you are arguing that there needs to be more investigation into rape claims, in case they are false, is an entirely true and relevant statement.

    “The feminist argument is don’t investigate rape claims as false, realize that without an investigation there can be no prosecution, and the claim see there are no false claims.”

    Um, double no. First no — the argument we are making is that rape claims don’t need to be investigated any more than other claims because the rate of false reporting is the same. Which brings us to no number two — how would we know that those rates aren’t different if we didn’t look into rape claims and further, how is “not different” equal to “no false claims”?

    FTR — the rate of “unfounded reports” (which includes cases where there’s insufficient evidence and thus is the rate of actually false reports is lower), according to the FBI, is 6~8%. This is not a number that is any higher than for other crimes, ergo there’s no need to single out those who file rape reports.

    “Feminists with their quotas on justice. What do we do if there aren’t enough guilty people to round out your quota, imprison the innocent?”

    You’re kidding right? Feminists have quotas on how many people must be arrested for rape? Here, I have some tin foil, you might want to add a layer to your hat.

    pecunium — “you…slander an entire gender” — shit, you’re slandering yourself man.

  3. @ sparky

    “John, you keep arguing like Cassidy is the woman in the video.”

    No, I agree that Cassidy is not the person in the video. I agree that Nolan is a prick for not clearing that up. I disagree that Nolan has made a false accusation rather than a misidentification because he believed that the woman in the video made a false rape claim.

    “Men’s Rights website falsely accuses Ohio University student of being a false rape accuser”

    If you didn’t notice it’s in the extremely large font near the top of the page. So are you suggesting David didn’t write the title or are you just extremely stupid?

  4. Johnny Boy: And how did I do that. I answered your little question about someone conned out of money. It depends on the circumstance, but I don’t expect intellectual honesty from you.

    Show me where you are advocating for a vigorous prosecution of someone who says they were mugged, and IDs the wrong person. Link to it. Show me where you are saying we can’t trust the people who say they were victims of a bicylist going the wrong way on a one way street.

    Show me where you’ve been arguing (long, loud and in public) for a general sense of doubt when someone reports a crime to the police, and how you think any case the DA decides not to prosecute must be a “false” accusation, and the person making the report referred to a grand jury.

    Why would the rate have anything to do with anything?

    Because you aren’t on a tear to have any other crime treated this way. If, and only if, there was a significantly higher number of malicious accusations of rape, would the level of attention you are demanding be justified. There is, so you aren’t.

    . The issue with false rape allegations are they aren’t even investigated.

    You know this how? Show me the evidence. Give me the data. Prove your bullshit claims.

    Or, fold them ’til they are all points, etc.

    You’re not very bright. Her allegation went to the grand jury and it was rejected. I’ve had no issue with that.and never stated that I did. I’ve only asked why a false rape claim wasn’t also brought before the grand jury.

    So, the intellectual genius is arguing for a cover up. A DA who decided to bring a case s/he didn’t think was valid to a Grand Jury. Or do you think that every case a Grand Jury refuses to True Bill should lead to a “false accusation” charge? Unless you can provide evidence of what the DA’s office did when they didn’t convince the Grand Jury, (and if they did investigate that it showed willfully false claims were made), then you are (as per norm), talking out your ass.

    And, oddly enough, it’s the woman you flat out refuse to believe; while persistently implying men NEVER make false reports. Funny how you are making the sort of claim we haven’t.

    , I’ll admit it and apologize unlike you who slander an entire gender claiming that men have made false rape charges against women without being able to point to a single case.

    An ENTIRE GENDER? And you accused me of being not very bright/dishonest. I didn’t say all men do it. I said there is no reason to think men don’t. There are lots of reasons, actually, to argue why men would be socially less likely to, but those are more becuause a man who says he was raped by a woman is ridiculed, and pretty much can’t get a case considered; much less a conviction. So, given your rubric, any man who makes a rape complaint, and it doesn’t result in charges filed, is sufficient to meet the burden of proof you put on women.

    And I will lay money there are cases where the cops never took the complaint to the DA, which means, under your terms (when dealing with women), at least one man has made a “false rape allegation”.

  5. Johnny: Dumb ass. What other meaning does sorry have?

    Lots, context matters. You apologised in a way that didn’t either accept blame, or make amends. It was the sort of thing a child says when caught out.

    Except when someone asks for proof that men lie about being raped by women, then crickets

    Let me get this straight… are you arguing no man ever has, or will lie about being raped by a woman?

    Becaus the actual thing which happened is you held your ignorance of men lying about being raped as dispositive. I said I found it unlikely you could speak for every man, every when. Given human nature, I am sure it has happened. But, if you can prove no man ever did it, nor no man ever will…

    What you are postulating is against human nature, and yet you are offended that I say men act like normal people.

    As to the “crickets”, I’ve been at work, just as I said when I departed. As with the failure to see the woman being doxxed isn’t the woman in the video, and not noticing what I was saying; to the point you lost your shit, some attention to detail might be in order.

    When has that happened?

    This isn’t the first time you’ve made comments.

  6. @ titianblue

    “Firstly, unlike you, we don’t presume to know either the DA’s job nor the grand jury’s better than they do. ”

    Did that include Stuebenville, the Daisy Coleman case, all the military sexual assault cases or is it just limited to DAs who won’t file charges for false rape claims?

  7. Argenti Aertheri

    “But, if you can prove no man ever did it, nor no man ever will…

    What you are postulating is against human nature…”

    It’s also the current bonus round on Spot! That! Fallacy! — proving a negative! Or rather, an issue regarding the absence of evidence versus evidence of absence. In other words, oh Johnny boy, that you have no evidence proving men have made false reports says fuck all about whether they have or not.

    I have no evidence that anyone’s ever been murdered with a spoon, but I’m betting it’s possible and has thus occurred. And really now, pecunium’s point about human nature doesn’t apply to death by spoon.

    *goes to listen to oh Johnny boy*

  8. Argenti Aertheri

    Fuck, the song is Danny boy isn’t it? Please ignore my failed attempt at a musical reference!

  9. @ titianblue

    “So there was no charge made. There was no over-charging. And you are just ranting in an embarrassingly stupid way.”

    There was no over charging because the grand jury wouldn’t indict. How does that absolve the DA from pursuing a weak case in the minds of those who are against over charging? How does that address my complaint that a charge for filing a false rape claim be given to the grand jury? Your answer is trust the DA, which seems to mainly apply to instances where charges for false rape claims are not filed. I’m sure if I checked back through these forums I’d find instances where regulars have disagreed with prosecutors, judges, and juries.

  10. Oh, Johnny boy, the trolls, the trolls are calling
    From blog to blog and round the internet

  11. Why the fuck is John still here after his “joke?” Evil, tedious, lying fucker that he is.

  12. Has anyone emailed David about it?

  13. Maybe you’re just being intellectually dishonest. Fummy how you had a link to Elam’s quote, but can’t seem to produce a single case where a man has lied about a =woman raping him and yet, you’re so certain that someone must have and feminists claim the MRAs are rape apologists. Until someone shows me proof, I see no distinction between what you and Elam have said except for the genders being reversed.

    You see no distinction between what pecunium said about it not being outside the realm of possibility that some man, somewhere, would make a false rape allegation against a woman, and that Elam said that he would, under no circumstances, no matter what the evidence, vote to convict a man on rape charges? Are you really that dense? One is making a statement of probability based on probability. Yes, some rape allegations are false. Yes, men can be raped by women. It follows, then, that those two categories would intersect, and that some man, somewhere, would lie about being raped by a woman. That is not outside the realm of possibility. That Elam has stated he would, point blank, just not convict a man of rape if he was on the jury, even if he was certain of that man’s guilt. There is nothing comparable in those two statements. Where do you get this shit?

    You believe men should essentially be punished for crimes they didn’t commit and women should essentially be able to imprison men on a whim, but don’t have the honesty to stand up for what you believe. You tell me how fear of making the wrong identification could impact her, but show no concern over how that could impact the innocent man going to prison.

    Nobody has said men should be punished for crimes they didn’t commit.

    Because he might be the rapist is good enough? Why would the DA charge her for filing a false report with no evidence? You forget there is evidence in this case, which the prosecutor has characterized as her giving consent, not being inconclusive. There is also a huge difference between filing a charge, getting a conviction, and investigating a case.

    There is no evidence that she filed a false report. You keep trying to find, cause you know better than the DA, but she was not charged with filing a false report because there was no evidence that she did so. What is so hard to understand there? Just because there was not enough evidence to bring a rape case to trial, doesn’t mean that she knowingly and maliciously filed a false report. Seriously, how dense are you? Would you have it that any woman who files a rape report, and it doesn’t go to trial, or doesn’t get a conviction, should be thrown in jail?

  14. Sparky: he’s so dense he’s about to form an event horizon.

  15. It’s fine to second guess DAs/prosecutors/police, but you have to have some credible evidence that they’ve made the wrong call.

    You’ve got nothing, JA, except for your strong desire to punish a woman, even if it’s the wrong one (a la Nolan et al.).

  16. John Anderson:

    That doesn’t mean that the false accusation case wasn’t in fact stronger than the rape charge brought and rejected by the grand jury. We’re all operating under the same set of facts. What we know for sure is that the case against the young man was too weak to prosecute. We know the prosecutor brought it anyway.

    There is no evidence that a false rape report was made! We know that the DA thought the rape case was strong enough to bring before the grand jury! We know the grand jury rejected the case! That is all we know! Please re-read the first emphasized sentence over and over again until it finally gets through your thick skull.

    That’s been attributed to me, but I haven’t said it. I’ve actually been on record as saying that I believe that a misidentification shouldn’t automatically be considered a false allegation.

    Then why are you so hung up on this woman in the video? Your soooo sure she knowingly and maliciously filed a false rape charge, with little or no evidence to back it up.

    No, I agree that Cassidy is not the person in the video. I agree that Nolan is a prick for not clearing that up. I disagree that Nolan has made a false accusation rather than a misidentification because he believed that the woman in the video made a false rape claim.

    After several people came forward that Cassidy is not the woman in the video, he didn’t retract it, he hasn’t taken it down, he hasn’t apologized, nothing. It’s not a misidentification. It’s willful, blind ignorance and malice. Nolan wants to see women, any woman, punished. The freaking police have stated that Cassidy is not the woman in the video. Nolan’s response? He’d be totally happy if all the negative attention drove Cassidy to suicide:

    http://m.nydailynews.com/1.1495081#bmb=1

    How does that address my complaint that a charge for filing a false rape claim be given to the grand jury?

    This has been answered multiple times and that answer is: There’s no evidence that a false rape allegation was knowingly and maliciously made! Again, please read the emphasized over and over until it gets through your thick skull.

  17. Mister Anderson, rape apologist — thinks all women lie about rape. What’s your story, friend? Men get raped too, and they too are encouraged by society not to report it — but for different reasons than women. Do you care about those silently suffering? Your lack of empathy for anyone who may have actually been raped is terrifying. The fact that you think it’s easier to prosecute a rapist than to oder a cheeseburger at McDonald’s is laughable.

    Maybe consider this:

    http://www.rainn.org/get-information/statistics/reporting-rates

  18. John Anderson: And oh yeah, your a shitty little creep for your pervy “jokes.”

  19. Shriaz – How much for “RAINN IS FULL OF FEMINAZI FACISTS!!11!!!” or “I NO BELIEVE THEMS!!!11 FALSE STATISTICS!!11!”

  20. sparky, do you have links? I’ll go email our dark lord.

  21. Alice: The second and third comments from the bottom:

    http://manboobz.com/2013/10/22/mens-rights-website-falsely-accuses-ohio-university-student-of-being-a-false-rape-accuser/comment-page-4/#comments

    hellkell: Does that mean he’ll implode upon himself? Because that would be cool.

  22. Ninja’d by cloudiah!

  23. I just don’t get our trolls. They’re all like, saying something is sexist or racist is worse than actual sexism or racism. Being accused of rape is worse than actually being RAPED.

  24. I’m going to go back and fine what you said about mistaken witnesses, because I don’t think you were very clear, but first I have to deal with this:

    What we know for sure is that the case against the young man was too weak to prosecute. We know the prosecutor brought it anyway.

    What we know is that one grand jury felt the case against the man was too weak to prosecute. And we know that the DA felt differently, which is why s/he brought it to the grand jury in the first place.

    You’re trying to imply that the DA brought it to the grand jury even though s/he knew it was to weak to prosecute. As I’ve explained, I think very clearly, it is unlikely the DA brought it to the grand jury knowing it was too weak to prosecute.

  25. Sparky, did you email our fearless leader?

  26. In response to someone asking you about punishing mistaken witnesses, this is what you said:

    Yes, the possibility exists. How sure do you think she should be 10%, 50%? Pull a number out of a hat? It’s only a man’s life. What does it matter if the wrong one is punished? The important thing is to punish someone. And if she gets it wrong, why bother to tell the jury she’s an unreliable witness? Maybe she could accuse 5 or 10 more guys. Hey, we might not get convictions, but we could subject them to an invasive forensics exam. That should teach them how a woman feels, right? Maybe we get lucky and find one that can’t make bail. We wouldn’t even need a conviction then. Holding him till the trial is a jail sentence already.

    How is this not saying a mistaken witness is a false accuser? And you’ve already said you think all “false accusers” (i.e. a woman who makes an accusation but the grand jury disagrees) should be punished.

  27. cloudiah: I just did, yes.

  28. I just don’t get our trolls. They’re all like, saying something is sexist or racist is worse than actual sexism or racism. Being accused of rape is worse than actually being RAPED.

    Shiraz – they’re upholders of rape culture, every last one of ‘em. They may not be rapists themselves, or think they are; they may be the same as the men in that survey who admit to rape as long as it’s not called that. At the very least they are enablers, and it all goes back to what Freemage mentioned in the current Fartiste thread: it’s about control. Rape or the fear of it is a way of controlling women, and that’s what these MRA haters really want: the return of all the power men used to have over women.

  29. **sad shrug**

  30. John: Did that include Stuebenville, the Daisy Coleman case, all the military sexual assault cases or is it just limited to DAs who won’t file charges for false rape claims?

    So Stuebenville was false?

    Your answer is trust the DA, which seems to mainly apply to instances where charges for false rape claims are not filed. I’m sure if I checked back through these forums I’d find instances where regulars have disagreed with prosecutors, judges, and juries.

    Dude…

    1: sure we have (I am still in an ongoing debate with someone about Zimmerman). The difference is, in those cases, we are looking at the specific case. You seem to have gotten your wee-little mind hung up on this case; to the point you’ve failed to cozen that what we are discussing is fundamentally different.

    You have conflated your ire about this case, with the general mass of rape cases. You want to hold women who have been raped to a higher standard, with a siege perilous status.

    Which makes it harder to get rape reported, which, de facto, makes it easier to commit rape.

    That’s what we are arguing. You, however, are bleating about how horrid false rape accusations are, and how much NEED there is to go after all those horrible women who make them (while pretending no man has ever made a false charge against a woman, nope… men are “better” than that, or some such shit).

    You believe men should essentially be punished for crimes they didn’t commit and women should essentially be able to imprison men on a whim,

    Where did I say any such thing.

    Crickets. I bet I hear crickets.

    That’s been attributed to me, but I haven’t said it. I’ve actually been on record as saying that I believe that a misidentification shouldn’t automatically be considered a false allegation.

    The same reply as when you used, “necessarily”. You still think the option for a “false report” should be open for women who misidentify a man.

    So no pressure there. You never did say how sure she had to be. 99 percent? 99.5? 100?

    How do you measure? If she hesitates does that mean she loses the benefit of the doubt? If the DA offers it to the Grand Jury, and they refuse? If he’s acquitted?

    You, son, want women to be afraid of, “getting wrong”. You may not want to admit, but you are advocating for more rape.

  31. Well, there’s a myth and fact page at the Students’ Center of Health sponsored by West Virginia University. It says this:

    “There are a lot of false rape reports.”

    Fact: The false report rate for rape is similar to other false felony reports. The FBI estimates that about 2% of reported rapes are false.

    “Myth: Most people report rape or sexual assault to the police.”

    Fact: The truth is that rape and sexual assault are two of the most underreported crimes in our society. Estimates show that between 50–90% of rapes go unreported. Factoring unreported rapes together with the odds of an arrest being made and the chances of getting a felony conviction, only 6% of rapists will ever spend a day in jail. In other words: 15 of 16 rapists walk free.

    For more information about Rape Myths & Facts, go to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.

  32. Dang, I just emailed our dark lord about the links too.

    Argumentum ad populum. FUCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK.
    :P

  33. Think of it less as an argument and more like adding names to a petition, Alice!

    Hmm … PETition … apt, very apt.

  34. Argenti Aertheri

    Not caught up but “Has anyone emailed David about it?”

    He must know, because I’m sure my comment immediately followed pecunium’s and now it has Johnny boy’s in the middle — that was in a mod and got let out in other words.

  35. Hey folks, I got the emails and I agree that, given his “jokes” and general assishness, we really don’t need any more John Anderson here. So he’s banned.

  36. (I admit I wasn’t reading the stuff of his that was in moderation very carefully before letting it through; should have banned him a long time ago.)

  37. Argenti Aertheri

    “I am still in an ongoing debate with someone about Zimmerman”

    Fuck, really? I’ll head over there when I catch up here.

    Also, Steubenville? Really? The one where there were widely circulating videos of them raping her and her being carried around because she couldn’t walk, let alone consent? (Fuck, was she even still conscious?) Not the example you want to use for “bet you disagreed with that DA” seeing how the entire fucking internet accessing population of the world could see that she was raped and thus we knew far more than we do in this case.

    Which is only semi-related to your continued desire to make this about all rape accusations ever.

    What, btw, do you think should happen if she drops the charges? (pecunium, lean over and find me some vodka or whiskey please, I’m going to need it when he answers that)

  38. Argenti Aertheri

    Oh good, he won’t be answering that and I won’t be needing to raid pecunium’s liquor cabinet.

    Thanks David!

  39. Thank you O Dark Lord of the Ferrets.

  40. I am now exceedingly happy that I went to bed when I did and so missed all Johnny boy’s flailing around. At least he never pulled “but I was so polite and civil and you’re so rude” after accusing us all of wanting innocent men convicted of rape. I mean, after all, he didn’t say “fuck”, am I right? ;-)

    Delighted to see him banned.

  41. The fundamental dishonesty was his pretense this was “all about justice”. If it were he would have been able to provide (or willing to discuss) the relative rates of prosecution for false accusation.

    He would also have been (as I said) militating for increased investigation/prosecution of other police reports which don’t lead to charges being filed: e.g the friend of mine who was robbed; a checkbook was stolen. It was later used to purchase pizza. The police didn’t follow up. Now this is a slam dunk to prove, the cops have an address (because the pizza place delivered).

    Since this would have been easy to prove (the checking account had been closed three weeks before. We found out about it because the bank tried to charge him for NSF), and no charges were filed it must have been false. But they never investigated him for fraudulently claiming someone else used his checkbook.

    And that’s the chilling aspect of it. He wants women to know that if their rapist isn’t charged, or if they make a mistake in IDing someone who raped them, they will be hounded by the police, investigated by the DA. Not, “automatically”, but rather at the caprice of election year politics, and based on the vindictiveness of the person they mistakenly identified, or worse, the malice of a rapist who was lucky/clever enough to have a case the DA couldn’t/didn’t want to prove.

    Do yeah, he can cuddle up to a teddy bear cholla before he fucks a barrel cactus, what with is, “outrage over things people didn’t say: When people give female rapists a free pass, it sends me into a rage

    All the while expecting us to not care that he wants to make it harder on women who bring charges of rape; in effect encouraging society to give rapists a free pass.

    I hope, someday, he comes to a full and complete realisation of just what sort of person he has been.

  42. Argenti Aertheri

    Having repotted my cactī bed to include my new succulents, the barrel cactus is indeed very spiky. (Dear gods were the roots a mess, five decently sized succulents in a 4″ pot!)

  43. zoon echon logon

    I’ve been looking into sovereign citizens lately, and I ran across these:

    http://www.canlii.org/en/ab/abqb/doc/2012/2012abqb571/2012abqb571.html

    http://ablawg.ca/2013/04/08/what-has-meads-v-meads-wrought/

    A Canadian law decision in a divorce case and a blog post about it. From the blog post:

    Justice Rooke’s decision in Meads not only identifies almost every OPCA indicia and deconstructs almost every OPCA concept and argument, but also explains why each cannot succeed and what courts, lawyers and litigants can do if faced with OPCA litigants’ tactics and arguments.

    “Organized Pseudolegal Commercial Argument” = sovereigns, freemen-on-the-land, etc.

    It’s an excellent resource for understanding these people, and it’s a pretty funny read if you’ve got the patience.

    It’s unrelated to MRAs (except that they’re both crackpots), but if you want to know why “Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c)” spells his name like that, this should explain why.

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