Browsing All posts tagged under »censorship«

What L’Oreal Stepney, Newly Named TCEQ Exec, Would Ask Tiffany Bredfeldt if She Cared Whether the Scientists Her Agency Employed Were Fucking Liars

June 29, 2020

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The author of this post, Todd Greene, was targeted at his home in 2005 by a disturbed married woman named Tiffany Bredfeldt who was then a doctoral candidate at the University of Arizona and has since 2006 been a Ph.D. She indulged an infatuation and then lied to whitewash her conduct. For the next 12 […]

L’Oreal Stepney Vanishes!: On How Legal Abuse Hides and Legal Abusers Hide

June 1, 2020

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Since a series of malicious prosecutions against this writer terminated in 2018 and his First Amendment rights were “restored” by a court system that never had the authority to deny them in the first place, he has endeavored to expose wrongdoing—in a majority of cases by government officials who enjoy the public’s trust undeservedly—while at […]

Stephanie Bergeron Perdue Should Head the TCEQ

March 1, 2020

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Two recent posts have explained why finding something positive to say about an employee of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, or TCEQ, Texas’s equivalent of the EPA, presents the writer with a challenge. The testimony of two of its employees groundlessly coerced an unconstitutional speech injunction against the writer in 2013, a couple of […]

L’Oreal Stepney, TCEQ Director, Falsely Denies Agency’s Censorship Practices

February 14, 2020

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“Let me say this clearly. We are not an agency that is about censorship. It is not what we do, it is wrong, it is not who we are.” —L’Oreal Stepney (2011) That’s how the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s deputy director of the Office of Water responded to allegations by scientists that their conclusions […]

Michael Honeycutt, Hack Ph.D., Grooms Chronic Liar to Give Expert Witness Testimony as TCEQ Rep; Both Named to Trump EPA

January 9, 2020

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“Almost every time there’s a public concern about pollution, [Michael Honeycutt] says there’s nothing to worry about. Almost every time industry takes a position against stronger health protections, he takes their side and contorts the science to advocate for doing nothing. He just doesn’t have any credibility anymore.” —Luke Metzger, director of Environment Texas The […]

Against a United Soviet Socialist States of America: ProtectiveOrderVictims.com

December 29, 2019

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“He’d disregarded a fundamental principle of [the Soviet Union’s] work: the presumption of guilt.”  “Greater Good the Greater Good the Greater Good[!]” “A single man didn’t dent the meaningfulness of their operations. The principles of their work remained sound. The protection of a nation was bigger than one person, bigger than a thousand people. […] […]

Last of the 2016 Prosecutions Brought by Psych Patient Tiffany Hargis Bredfeldt & Co. against the Author of this Site Terminates: ILLEGAL SPEECH INJUNCTION COERCED FROM DISGRACED JUDGE IN 2013 IS GUTTED

July 14, 2018

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Tiffany Bredfeldt, a toxicologist employed by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and the EPA who testified before the Arizona Superior Court in 2013 that she was in psychiatric care, has accused the writer to, in her own words, “the Court multiple times [and] to multiple police departments, detectives, federal agencies, and other officials […]

A Portrait of South Texas College’s Jen Terpstra, a High-Conflict Liar, Vexatious Complainant, Abuser of Court Process, and Headcase

April 8, 2018

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UPDATE: Allegations by psychiatric patient Tiffany Bredfeldt, the friend supported by Jennifer Terpstra, the subject of this post, were invalidated in July of 2018, and Jen’s crony is expressly prohibited by order of the court from making false or frivolous accusations to law enforcement officials in the future. “Perhaps I really am a witch after […]

Using BREDFELDT v. GREENE to Illustrate How Courts Frame Facts

March 8, 2018

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This post quotes a judicial ruling, which is a public document. This is worthy of note for two reasons. Defendants may believe it’s unlawful to air and criticize rulings of the court, and plaintiffs may believe they aren’t accountable for their pleadings and testimony because rulings of the court are secret. Both beliefs are mistaken. […]

Texas Officials Michael Honeycutt and Tiffany Bredfeldt Allege Sexual Solicitation in Contradictory Testimony to the Arizona Superior Court, Implicating a Tucson Man Who’s Been Falsely Accused for 11 Years: ILLEGAL GAG ORDER GUTTED; “WOMEN’S LAW,” TCEQ DISCREDITED

January 1, 2018

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This post, published on the first day of the year, was updated on July 9, 2018 (reflected in the new title), and content that had been unlawfully censored by the court has been restored. A recent respondent to this blog commented, “I think these injunctions violate the Constitution.” Despite the baggy parameters dictated by the […]

“PERMANENTLY PROHIBITED”: Camden County, New Jersey’s Idea of a Just Order of the Court

June 2, 2016

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NOTE TO THE COURT: Facts in this post were gleaned by its author and do not originate from its subject, Bruce Aristeo, who had no influence on its composition. Commentary, likewise, is solely that of its writer. A recent post on this blog highlighted the case of Raines v. Aristeo, out of Camden County, New […]

Another Way False Testimony Is Concealed: The Unconstitutional “Prior Restraint”

November 13, 2015

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Courts are properly authorized to sanction acts of defamation—publicly lying about someone—but they’re not authorized to prohibit truthful speech or opinion (even if it’s negative), and they’re not authorized to prohibit speech acts before they’ve even been committed. An order of the court that prohibits future speech is called a prior restraint, and it’s unconstitutional […]

Criminalizing Criticism: Restraining Orders, the First Amendment, and Chan v. Ellis

November 1, 2014

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This search term brought a visitor here a day or two ago: “restraining order in ohio because a couple texts.” It struck a chord with this author, because he himself was issued a restraining order on a similar basis (three emails over a weekend). There were accompanying allegations, but the court’s final ruling was based […]