Stonewalling about Facebook’s origins is now a matter for mandatory public disclosure
(Apr. 29, 2015)—Mark Zuckerberg was a 19-year old Harvard sophomore in 2003-2004 when Facebook began.
The Social Network movie “narrative” led the public to believe that Zuckerberg was some sort of savant who could write computer code 20 or 30 times faster than a normal programmer. Not a single mainstream media investigator has ever questioned this story.
Given the pervasiveness of social networking in our culture—the media silence about Facebook’s origins betrays the secret loyalties of media editors and their owners who appear to have been insiders in this deception.
Will a Free Press return?
Hopefully, an independent Free Press will return before our Republic is destroyed by this acquiescence to crony capitalism.
Today, Facebook is protected by a phalanx of large law firms who have stonewalled every attempt to learn the truth about Zuckerberg and Facebook in 2003-2004. Prominent among these firms are Fenwick & West LLP, Gibson Dunn LLP, Cooley Godward LLP and Orrick Herrington LLP.
Incontestably, these law firms have outright lied to numerous federal judges in trade secrets, patent and breach of contract lawsuits filed against Zuckerberg and Facebook. They have also lied to the American public in the sale of Facebook stock to the public and their reliance on stolen intellectual property.
Normally, such lies would land these people in jail. But in Obama’s brand of justice, these people are excused and elevated to high office.
How do we know that The Social Network was a false narrative meant to fool the public into believing Zuckerberg was something he never was?
Zuckerberg's story changes with each telling
In a recent Zuckerberg v. Argentieri court filing, Zuckerberg wrote that he "conceived of Facebook" "around December 2003." However, in his 2006 ConnectU testimony he was clear that it was "one to two weeks" in January 2004.
In Ceglia v. Zuckerberg he first claimed the contract was a forgery. Then later, in U.S v. Ceglia, when it became clear that his original signature was on page two, he said the 2nd page was genuine, but the 1st page was a forgery. The government accepted his claim without independent verification and threw Ceglia in jail. The U.S. Attorney Preetinder Bharara was formerly employed by Gibson Dunn LLP, Facebook's attorney, and a fellow Obama Harvard crony.
However, in recent weeks the government disclosed an August 18, 2003 email where Zuckerberg and Ceglia discussed the second contract. Then just a few weeks ago, the U.S. Secret Service Forensic Labs confirmed that both pages of the contract are genuine. Despite this hard proof, Gibson Dunn LLP's mobster "Punks with a Pen" continue to shout the stale "forgery!" fiction in an obvious attempt to cover up the new facts that expose their false "narrative."
The judges and media that Gibson Dunn is shouting at are either gullible, or complicit.
A timeline of deception, theft and collusion
During 2003, while Leader Technologies was busy debugging its social networking invention, Zuckerberg set about to stall at least three other campus facebook initiatives by Paul Ceglia (Facebook), the Winkelevoss Twins (ConnectU) and Aaron Greenspan (HOUSEsystem).
The various deceptions were necessary so his former PayPal handlers (James W. Breyer, Reid Hoffman, Peter Thiel), in collusion with IBM attorney David J. Kappos and IBM’s "The Eclipse Consortium," could wait for Leader's 750,000 lines of source code to be debugged and fed to them by Leader's patent counsel, IBM's chief outside counsel. For comparison, a good programmer can write and test perhaps 300-400 lines of debugged (clean up all drafting errors) code a day.
Leader's debugging was completed on Oct. 28, 2003. Magically, Zuckerberg hacked the house sites at Harvard that same night ("Let the hacking begin.").
Several months later, in the coincidence of coincidences, IBM-Eclipse sponsored its first "EclipseCON" on Feb. 2-5, 2004. Magically, Facebook launched on Feb. 4, 2004, during the convention.
Rolling forward, Barack Obama was elected on Nov. 4, 2008.
On Nov. 18, 2008, Leader Technologies sued Facebook for patent infringement.
On Nov. 28, 2008, Harvard's Larry Summers was appointed to lead the bank bailout and thereafter funneled $33 million to Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan—all Facebook underwriters.
On Dec. 12, 2008, the FISA Court quietly change thde oversight rules which effectively gave the incoming Attorney General almost dictatorial powers to allow the NSA to spy on American citizens on the flimsiest of probable cause.
On Mar. 27, 2009, Eric H. Holder, Jr. became U.S. Attorney General. Leader Technologies' patent attorney, James P. Chandler, appears to have had murky control over Holder's nomination and the relationship between the Justice Department and the NSA.
Nine weeks after that, on Jun. 06, 2009, Facebook began feeding American user data to the NSA based on a dubious FISA opinion concocted just months earlier to give incoming Eric H. Holder, Jr. almost dictatorial powers to snoop on American citizens. See previous two posts.
Also in June 2009, Facebook told Leader Technologies' attorneys that Zuckerberg's 2003-2004 information requested in discovery was all lost.
On Aug. 13, 2009, David J. Kappos, IBM's intellectual property counsel was appointed by Obama as director of the Patent Office. Both Kappos and Eric Holder were protégés of, James P. Chandler, Leader Technologies' patent attorney. Chandler was chief outside counsel to IBM and close adviser to the National Security Agency (NSA)
On Nov. 29, 2001, during Kappos' tenure at IBM, he and Chandler cajoled IBM to invest $40 million to start The Eclipse Foundation. The publicly available Eclipse minutes from Dec. 8, 2004 state they were “unable to locate” the original contributor of the code they used to start Eclipse. The minutes also declared that they must “re-implement” its founding source code. “Re-implementation” is lawyer sophistry for steal.
On Jul. 18, 2012, Facebook's experts Rose and McGowan revealed that 28 Zuckerberg hard drives and Harvard emails were not lost and were in the custody of Gibson Dunn LLP the whole time, proving that their claims to Leader Technologies were a lie.
Facebook: child predator and voyeur? The public & 1+ billion users deserve to know the truth. public safety is threatened
Over one billion Facebook users, Facebook's shareholders and the American public deserve to know the truth about Zuckerberg and Facebook’s origins.
The fact that Facebook’s lawyers have stonewalled (with extensive judicial cooperation) every lawful request to review Zuckerberg’s 2003-2004 hard drives and Harvard emails is telling.
What are they hiding? If their arguments are genuine, then they have nothing to worry about. If on the other hand, the investigation proves that Ceglia’s contract is genuine, and it proves that Facebook relies on Leader Technologies’ invention, then Facebook is led by thieves and liars who have made a pact with the devil in their cooperation with the NSA.
If the latter is true, then these are not the sorts of people to be managing the online conversations of our children.
Is our childrens' digital playground overseen by liars, thieves & Money Launderers? (Yes)
Would you drop off your children to play in playground full of thieves, liars and money launderers? That appears to be exactly what is happening on Facebook.
This issue has become one of public safety and security, and not just one of constitutional contract and patent rights.
No more stonewalling from Facebook's cadre of unscrupulous lawyers, Bankers and judges
It’s time for an independent commission to get to the truth about Zuckerberg and Facebook’s origins—before Facebook’s lawyer, Gibson Dunn LLP and McManus Faulkner LLP, cause these 28 hard drives and Harvard emails in their custody to disappear, magically.
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