THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO COPY OF ENTRY FILED AUG 24 2016 JUDGE JODY LUEBBERS CASE: A1407255 TRANQUIL REHAB SWISS SA Boulevard Geoges Favon 40, RDC CH — 1203 Geneve Switzerland Plaintiff, VS. "DEATHHAMSTER", "KELLY", "SOURCE", "MARY_MCCONNELL", on the websites www.narcononreviews.net and www.reachingforthetippingpoint.com Defendants. ORDERS GRANTING JUDGEMENT AND ENTRY OF PERMANENT INJUNCTION This matter having come before the Court upon the Complaint filed by plaintiff Tranquil Rehab Swiss SA ("Tranquil"), and the accompanying Motion, the Court hereby finds that Tranquil's Motion be GRANTED, and this Court enters Judgement and injunctive relief in favor of Tranquil, against defendants "DEATHHAMSTER", "KELLY", "SOURCE", "MARY_MCCONNELL" on the websites www.reachingforthetippingpoint.com and www.narcononreviews.net (collectively, "Defendants"), as outlined below. Tranquil and Defendants are hereby collectively referred to as the "Parties." JUDGMENT IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that the Defendants have posted false and disparaging statements regarding Tranquil on the internet, including on www.reachingforthetippingpoint.com and www.narcononreviews.net. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that the statements posted about Tranquil — located at: ......
Court Order Complaint to Googlesender Francis C. Morrisson[Private] , , , US Sent on September 08, 2016recipientGoogle Inc[Private] Mountain View, CA, 94043, US Received on September 08, 2016submitterGoogle IncQuoteRe: UnknownSent via: UnknownNotice Type: Court OrderExplanation of Court OrderPermanent Injunction (section b) - b) The Parties are mandated to personally remove all defamatory, disparaging, libelous, and false statements about Tranquil that Defendants posted on the aforesaid websites and also to request that these websites remove the defamatory, disparaging, libelous, and false statements published by Defendants about Tranquil, including those found at the following URLs_ [list of URLs] c) The Parties are mandated to request that Internet search engines such as Google, Yahoo! And Bing remove from their search indices the URLs specified above; d) The Parties are mandated, as it is foreseeable that the above-referenced URLs and statements contained thereon will be referenced on additional webpages in the future including, but not limited to, index, directory, and search results pages, to take all actions available under the law to remove all such web pages from the Internet, including requesting removal from the ...The links listed are ( minus the http:// ) forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=10723.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12065.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12065.80 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12511.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12543.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12652.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12660.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12751.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12760.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12773.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12839.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12839.20 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12847.10;wap2 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12874.140 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12902.0 forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php?topic=12922.0 narcononreviews.net/lawsuits/richmond-vs-a-forever-recovery-its-medical-director-et-al narcononreviews.net/location/a-forever-recovery narcononreviews.net/location/best-drug-rehab narcononreviews.net/management/mgmt-narconon-northern-california-halcyon-horizons/ narcononreviews.net/management/per-wickstrom narcononreviews.net/narconon/death-at-scientology-michigan-drug-rehab-sparks-widespread-investigation narcononreviews.net/narconon/foia-request-michiganattorney-general-releases-complaints As you can see, these include a links to threads about Per Wickstrom's Best Choice Rehabilitation, Best Drug Rehabilitation, A Forever Recovery, Serenity Point Recovery, his marketing company, Life Solutions in Battle Creek, and Halcyon Horizons, formerly known as Narconon Northern California, now doing business as Elevate Recovery. The titles of these threads with their links will be posted in a followup comment, so as to pour salt in Per's wound and attempt to counteract Wickstrom's attempts to hide these from Google and other search engine results. It should be noted, however, that the Best Drug Rehabilitation thread on this forum continues to be found and read, having reached over 600,000 hits since started. ( So much for trying to hide the truth about Best Drug Rehabilitation, Per ) http:// forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.n et/index.php/topic,10723.0.html I'm sure the other threads and articles are faring well, too, despite these scam shenanigans intended to hide them from readers.OK, back to the court document: I found that the order was fraudulent, but had been blindly accepted by Google, used to remove that bunch of links related to Per Wickstrom and his drug rehab programs: Tranquility Detox, Best Drug Rehabilitation, A forever Recovery and Serenity Point Recovery rehab, his marketiung company Life Solutions and other Narconon programs written about here and at Narconon Reviews.Additionally, there is no such case filed in Hamilton County Ohio Court of Common Pleas, but the judge - Hon. Jody Luebbers is a real judge there. I wonder what she would say & do if she knew her name was fraudulently signed and sealed on this fake court document? We shall see. She is not the only judge on a fake court order in a fake case that I have found so far.There are other fake court orders and DMCAs by Wickstrom or his agents which are deserving of attention, some with links to this site and our sister site, Narconon Reviews http://narcononreviews.net All of these were filed at Lumen Database last year, ending around late September IIRC. Interestingly, around that time, a number of articles came out regarding fake DMCAs and Court orders. You can read some of these hereThe Washington Post More on lawsuits against seemingly fake defendants, aimed at hiding online criticismBy Eugene Volokh November 22, 2016https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2016/11/22/more-on-lawsuits-against-seemingly-fake-defendants-aimed-at-hiding-online-criticism/?utm_term=.264446bd9b98Fake Orders Dozens of suspicious court cases, with missing defendants, aim at getting web pages taken down or deindexed -By Eugene Volokh and Paul Alan Levy Oct 10, 2016https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2016/10/10/dozens-of-suspicious-court-cases-with-missing-defendants-aim-at-getting-web-pages-taken-down-or-deindexed/?tid=a_inl&utm_term=.b17bb6f253c6 Lawsuit against lawyers who allegedly filed improper lawsuits aimed at getting Internet criticism deindexed by Google By Eugene Volokh October 31, 2016https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2016/10/31/lawsuit-against-lawyers-who-allegedly-filed-improper-lawsuits-aimed-at-getting-internet-criticism-deindexed-by-google/?tid=a_inl&utm_term=.79223ddbe2fcPeople trying to get Google to deindex professional news site articlesBy Eugene Volokh December 14, 2016https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2016/12/14/people-trying-to-get-google-to-deindex-professional-news-site-articles/?utm_term=.99e209538837Other sites reporting:Lawyers file fake lawsuits to de-index online negative reviews, suit says"The scam is not all that complicated," using court orders to get search results removed.by David Kravets - Oct 25, 2016 ARS Technica https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2016/10/lawyers-file-fake-lawsuits-to-de-index-online-negative-reviews-suit-says/ And site called Web Activism has been reporting such cases of fake documents, and was helpful in locating many of the above articles on fraudulent reputation management preventing freedom of speech on the internetWilson Luna and Med1Online doctored a court order, forged judge’s signature, impersonated a lawyer and used it to remove online criticismhttps://webactivism.com/wilson-luna-and-med1online-doctored-a-court-order-forged-judges-signature-impersonated-a-lawyer-and-used-it-to-remove-online-criticism/The following article obviously needs to be updated but apparently hasn't been. Its clear that Google is not holding up to its claims to review all court orders for validity before allowing them to be used to remove content from its search engineGoogle Receiving Fake Court Orders on Content RemovalDon’t like what you see when you Google yourself? Sending a fake court order won’t helpby Anna Heim — Nov 13, 2012 in Googlehttps://thenextweb.com/google/2012/11/13/dont-like-what-you-see-when-you-google-yourself-sending-a-fake-court-order-wont-help/#Here is the claim, in their FAQs https://www.google.com/transparencyreport/removals/government/faq/#non_compliance_reasons[/list]
Re: UnknownSent via: UnknownNotice Type: Court OrderExplanation of Court OrderPermanent Injunction (section b) - b) The Parties are mandated to personally remove all defamatory, disparaging, libelous, and false statements about Tranquil that Defendants posted on the aforesaid websites and also to request that these websites remove the defamatory, disparaging, libelous, and false statements published by Defendants about Tranquil, including those found at the following URLs_ [list of URLs] c) The Parties are mandated to request that Internet search engines such as Google, Yahoo! And Bing remove from their search indices the URLs specified above; d) The Parties are mandated, as it is foreseeable that the above-referenced URLs and statements contained thereon will be referenced on additional webpages in the future including, but not limited to, index, directory, and search results pages, to take all actions available under the law to remove all such web pages from the Internet, including requesting removal from the ...
Additionally, there is no such case filed in Hamilton County Ohio Court of Common Pleas, but the judge - Hon. Jody Luebbers is a real judge there. I wonder what she would say & do if she knew her name was fraudulently signed and sealed on this fake court document? We shall see. She is not the only judge on a fake court order in a fake case that I have found so far.
QuoteAdditionally, there is no such case filed in Hamilton County Ohio Court of Common Pleas, but the judge - Hon. Jody Luebbers is a real judge there. I wonder what she would say & do if she knew her name was fraudulently signed and sealed on this fake court document? We shall see. She is not the only judge on a fake court order in a fake case that I have found so far.Has the Hon. Jody Luebbers been contacted about this? Aside from violating Ohio forged document laws, those documents were used illegally across state lines. Which opens a major sh*t storm of Federal charges against those responsible.
Here's another development that's popped up: Ripoff Report's new "Verified TRUSTED Business" program.The example is in response to a complaint posted on October 29, 2015 by David Love:http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/serenity-point-recovery-verified-trusted-business-ripoff-report-verified-businesses-you-can-trust-serenity-rehab-is-an-inpatient-residential-drug-and-alcohol-addiction-dependence-treatment-center-detoxification-facility-rehabilitation-program-and-recovery-organization-serenity-rehab-offers-private-confidential-addiction-treatment-to-individuals-who-suffer-with-substance-abuse-with-different-drugs-or-alcohol/grand-rapids-michigan-49503/serenity-point-recovery-inc-grand-rapids-michigan-1264535Here's an excerpt:"EDitor's UPDATE: Positive rating and recognition has been given to Serenity Point Recovery for its full commitment to quality customer service.Ripoff Report's discussions with Serenity Rehab have uncovered an ongoing dedication by the company to total client satisfaction. This means that clients can expect that the company will work towards finding a mutually satisfactory resolution to any concerns. Serenity Rehab listens carefully to client concerns and sees them as an opportunity to learn from past mistakes and become more efficient as a company in the services offered and the support for those services."In addition to the David Love post, one other about Serenity Point have be modified:http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/serenity-point-recovery-verified-recommended-business-ripoff-report-verified-businesses-you-can-trust-serenity-rehab-is-an-inpatient-residential-drug-and-alcohol-addiction-dependence-treatment-center-detoxification-facility-rehabilitation-program-and-recovery-organization-serenity-rehab-offers-private-confidential-addiction-treatment-to-individuals-who-suffer-with-substance-abuse-with-different-drugs-or-alcohol/marne-michigan-49435/serenity-point-recovery-per-wickstrom-owner-marne-michigan-1275078And finally, one real gem from Mr. Ripoff himself, Ed Magedson.Wonder how much he's raking in from this smokescreen?
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF PHILADELPHIAFIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIACIVIL ACTIONSPR, INC,Plaintiff, No. 160603108 E-file No. 1606063959·vs.JOHN DOE,Defendants.ORDER GRANTING CONSENT MOTION FOR INJUNCTION AND FINAL JUDGMENTThe,parties having filed a Consent Motion for Injunction and FinalJudgment, and therefore, good cause appearing,IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND AND DECREED as follows:1. The PARTIES have agreed that Defendant John Doe("Defendant") posted false and defamatory statements about Plaintiff SPR,Inc ("Plaintiff") on the followingwebpage(s):
Got a ping back at webactivism.com and came here to check. Here is an update on these fraudulent acts - There are 3 fake court orders submitted in 2016. They're fake because no such attorney or plaintiff existed and there was never a lawsuit. It's just a forged piece of paper submitted to Google.In November itself, as part of our campaign, we contacted the relevant parties (including Google and the courts) and reinstated all links de-indexed by Google. These (fake) court orders have been rejected and do not matter anymore. As per our investigation, fake court orders and DMCA reports were common practice among rogue reputation firms especially the ones based in Europe and Asia, often in collusion with a 'complaint' site. In most of these cases, secondary complaints are removed (by illegal means) so that a site like Ripoffreport can demand a lot of money to fix the last remaining 'negative content'. In some cases, the illegal removals are attempted to provide reputation services to the client. We're investigated and debunked hundreds of such cases since past few months and continue to do so with the help of eminent lawyers and experts like Paul Alan Levy and Eugene Volokh. Here is an example of how serious the situation was a few months ago - we investigated Torrence Boone, the VP of Google itself to be involved in a fake DMCA case - https://webactivism.com/googles-vp-torrence-boone-behind-fake-dmca-notice-sent-to-google/ We did try to get in touch with @ethercat last year when we were investigating these cases. We just couldn't find a way..So in conclusion, the fake court orders and DMCAs have been processed and rejected after our appeal. No URL has been removed. If there is any issue left unattended or if you have anything to share, please let us know at email@example.com
A while ago, I received a message from Tony Ortega
Quote from: Mary_McConnell on February 11, 2017, 16:07A while ago, I received a message from Tony OrtegaThere's a fake complaint from Tony Ortega in the Lumen DB.Per needs a good ass-wupping.
------BTW, that fake DMCA from Tony isn't from Tony. It's from one of those rogue reputation firms who actually believed that Tony and Scott were behind webactivism.com. That was their way of targeting him . Tony took it in good spirits
Let me explain. The URLs were approved for 1-2 days until we filed counter notices (in case of DMCA) and approached Google to ignore the fraudulent court orders. None of the URLs were removed, and here's how you can check - If you type and search for any URL on Google, you'd see them removed and one of the two below messages at the bottom of the search results - As of now, not a single URL from this website has gone missing. There are new and innovative (illegal) methods utilized by these rogue reputation firms. In nearly most of the time, the client is no aware of these methods and are promised unrealistic results to coerce them. Nevertheless, we've set a precedent with our investigations and set up our monitoring bots which scan through over 600 DMCAs (direct submissions) daily. In total, there were 3 reputation firms (and a couple of lawfirms) which are facing consequences. A few lawsuits, federal investigations and ofcourse, their clients are pissed.
Sorry, I should have posted, 'allegedly' by Tony Ortega. Ofcourse it was a case of impersonation and Tony didn't file any DMCA. A rogue reputation firm (or a lawfirm) who thought Tony Ortega and Scott were behind Webactivism.com faked this DMCA in order to drag him into this mess.
Thank you We do host over a dozen anti-scan websites (among ~200 other sites) and provide support to other activists as well.Plz do let us know if/when you come across any such fake DMCA/Court Order scam. We'll make sure the perpetrators are taken to task.
Oh, I had no idea. He never mentioned that to me. Only that he was surprised that Per Wickstrom got a court order to stop me and the others and remove content from Google search results... he thought it was real at the time. Of course I explained it wasn't after I read it.
Quote from: Mary_McConnell on February 13, 2017, 22:49Oh, I had no idea. He never mentioned that to me. Only that he was surprised that Per Wickstrom got a court order to stop me and the others and remove content from Google search results... he thought it was real at the time. Of course I explained it wasn't after I read it. Yes, I assume he knew. We discussed this issue with Scott Pilutik at that time and decided not to waste any time on this, as it was most probably a hissy fit from a bunch of kids running a rogue reputation firm that we might have exposed.