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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2008 4:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Absolutely. My middle brother - a Reich-Wing Dittohead that I've dragged kicking and screaming into semi-belief that 9/11 was not 19 Arabs with hijackers - regularly sends me anti-Arab propanganda he thinks is "proof that the War or Terra is real."

He just forwarded me today the links to the LGF threads.

He nows reluctantly admits that 9/11 looks like an op, but he can't apply it to other areas. Just because they lied about 9/11 doesn't mean they lie about anything else, I guess. I give up on him. The fucking guy keeps adding 2+2 and getting 4.719.

Anyway - this propganda is designed specifically for him.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2008 4:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

audioman34 wrote:
So why did they kill him dude?

You're kidding, I assume. Confused

FD just detailed the enormous amount of anti-Muslim propaganda they're already getting this early. He was the violent pawn in the game. A manchurian candidate killer.

He feeds 2 main ops: "Keep your kids on their meds at all costs (literally)!" "All Muslims are potential murderous killing machines!"

And, as in all black ops, dead operatives don't confuse the public with unnecessary truths.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2008 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And, as in all black ops, dead operatives don't confuse the public with unnecessary truths

And neither do the people who knew him get a chance to tell the public their truths about him.
The facebook site set up by people who knew Stephen (or Steve) the most --has been taken down.

More later


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2008 5:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

audioman34 wrote:
how does this relate to final fantasy ?

There's always a method of mind control. I can't say I know the ins and outs, since I didn't do the intensive uncovering FD and Kathy have done. Perhaps the game was the device - enhanced by drug use and other hands-on psychological manipulations.

E.g., Mark Chapman and Sirhan Sirhan both had a copy of Catcher In the Rye in their pocket - long discussed as a control device for assassins.
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Military Training Game is the key
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No service planned for NIU shooter

Feb 19, 2008 @ 08:49 PM By Sadie Gurman RRSTAR.COM

While hundreds of mourners gather for the funerals of five slain NIU
students, no such service is planned for gunman Steven Kazmierczak, who
killed himself after opening fire on an oceanography class in Cole Hall on

Instead, Kazmierczaks body will be cremated, his godfather Richard
Grafer said Tuesday. Grafer said in a phone interview that he spoke with
Kazmierczaks father, Robert Kazmierczak, who offered him no information
about plans for Kazmierczaks remains.

Employees at Grove Memorial Chapel in Elk Grove, Kazmierczaks
hometown, said they are handling Kazmierczaks arrangements but no
service is planned.

The DeKalb County Coroners office confirmed it has released
Kazmierczaks body to the funeral home, but provided few clues about
findings from an autopsy
last week.

The office is awaiting results from toxicology tests being conducted at a
forensics lab, which should indicate whether drugs or alcohol were in
Kazmierczaks system before he died. A pathologist will examine blood
and urine samples as well as Kazmierczaks brain. Results should return to
the coroners office in two to three weeks.

Employees at the office reiterated that Kazmierczak died from a
self-inflicted gunshot wound, though they wouldnt say where he shot
himself or how many times


Well somebody certainly is dead. His sister, Susan and his father, Robert
are keeping a low profile, and I am unsure who made the formal
identification of the body. I'm just highlighting the issue of the assumptions.

We have yet to determine the identity of the person(s):
    Who purchased the guns used in the attack in his name.
    Who bought the Glock magazines online in his name.
    Who checked into the Best Western under his name.
    Who checked into the Travel Lodge under his name.
    Who mailed books and ammunition to his girlfriend.
    Who shot the students in Cole Hall.
    Whose body was recovered.

And whether some or all of those persons were Steve Kazmierczak

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2008 7:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is it fairly abnormal that an online blogger wouldn't be able to obtain the details to a ongoing police investigation involving mass murder?
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Thought you might like to get up to speed with more of
our research, the possible implications of which we
have been aware of for a few days now.

Read on. It gets better as you go Wink

Santa Fe ex-chief in national spotlight

Steve Terrell | The New Mexican 2/15/2008 - 2/16/08

The tall police chief appearing at news conferences this week to release information about tragic campus shootings at Northern Illinois University is familiar to many Santa Fe residents.

Donald Grady, campus police chief of NIU, was chief of the Santa Fe Police Department during a troubled time at the department. He was the city's first and so far only African American chief of police.

One aspect of Grady's news conference appearances might surprise locals who remember him at the Santa Fe Police Department. Grady has been appearing in a police uniform. During his Santa Fe tenure, he rarely if ever wore a uniform, opting instead for a suit and tie.

Grady, who served as The University of New Mexico's campus police chief before coming to Santa Fe, has been chief at NIU since 2001.....

Grady was appointed Santa Fe's police chief in the summer of 1994 and eventually became nearly as controversial as the mayor who named him, Debbie Jaramillo. He served until his resignation in February 1996....

Grady's time here was marked by tensions between himself and the police
union, which gave Grady an overwhelming vote of no confidence.

His critics, mainly police officers, said he was autocratic and insensitive to
local culture. But Grady and his defenders said he provoked opposition
because he tried to make changes at the department and that some of the
opposition was racially motivated.

In Santa Fe, Grady established 12-hour shifts which ended when he left. He abolished the Traffic Division and slashed the number of detectives, saying he wanted more police on the streets.

He also drew national attention when he banned non-uniformed officers and administrators from wearing bolo ties standard wear for Western law enforcement. He also prohibited officers from carrying personal items such as photographs or religious items in their police cruisers.

Since quitting his Santa Fe post in 1996, Grady earned a doctorate from the University of Minnesota. He went overseas to work on peacekeeping efforts in Bosnia, Palestine, Israel and Kosovo for three years.


Ex-Beloiter heads up investigation at NIU

Posted: Monday, Feb 18, 2008 - 05:09:02 pm CST
By Hillary Gavan Daily News staff writer

Northern Illinois has the best person possible to head up this investigation. He will find out everything and bring it to a conclusion.
That's what Bob Grady said about his brother, Don Grady, Northern Illinois University's chief of police.

Don Grady, a track star and graduate of Beloit Memorial High School, is in charge of investigating one of the worst atrocities in area history....

Grady has a long history in Beloit. He started out as a runner at Waterman Grade School, Aldrich Junior High and Beloit Memorial High School. Grady then played football for Beloit College for a couple of years before enlisting in the U.S. Army in 1976. He then began as an instructor of the U.S. Army Re-Training Center in Fort Riley, Kan. After being discharged from active duty in 1979, he enrolled at Cardinal Stritch in Milwaukee where he received his bachelors as well as master's degree in 1987.....

Don Grady then joined the Rock County Sheriff's Department as a deputy, and later became chief of police in Bloomer, Wis., in 1988, becoming the first African American police chief of a Wisconsin municipality. After becoming the chief of police at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, he took his skills across the globe.

During the late 1990s, he worked in the Balkans helping to establish police forces in Bosnia-Herzegovina. He helped create a multi-ethnic police force composed of Serbs, Bosnian Muslims and Croats.

Don Grady later worked in Palestine in a weapons collection program and in 2006 Grady served a one-year term as a senior adviser to the Iraqi Minister of the Interior

Don Grady has another brother, David Grady, who works at NIU as a campus recruiter. David Grady wasn't at NIU at the time of the shooting. The Gradys' mother Josie Grady is still in Beloit.

Bob Grady is the senior vice president and general manager for Radioactive Energy in Roselle, Ill.


After leaving Santa Fe, he earned a doctorate in administration and
management from Walden University in Minneapolis. Afterward, Grady
made his mark internationally.

The U.S. State Department approached him about putting together an
international police unit that would create a multiethnic police force in
Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Grady told the Journal in 2001.

Afterward, he wrote the strategic plan for forming a Kosovo police
academy and was named deputy police commissioner for the department.
There he worked with the United Nations to implement a postwar plan for a
civilian police force.

In October, Grady was appointed to serve a one-year term as the senior
adviser to Iraq's top law enforcement official, according to a September
University of Northern Illinois press release.

Grady has been providing counsel on how to police a troubled nation.

NIUs Grady to help shape Iraqi law enforcement

September 19, 2006 - NIU Press Release

DeKalb It is no exaggeration to say that the challenge extended by
the U.S. State Department and accepted by Northern Illinois University
Chief of Police Don Grady is one of the biggest in the law enforcement
world today.

Beginning in October, Grady will serve a one-year
term as a senior adviser to the Iraqi Minister of the Interior, providing
counsel on how to undertake democratic policing throughout the troubled
nation. The minister is Iraqs top law enforcement official.

Grady also will offer guidance on how to improve the professionalism of
the nations special police, border enforcement forces and immigration and
customs services.

It will be my job to advise the minister and assist him in implementing the
best practices in policing those that will be most conducive to the
creation of a democratic state, Grady said. I will also assist in developing
an understanding of how to undertake enforcement action while working
within the rule of law and adhering to the international standards of human rights......

During the late 1990s, he worked in the Balkans helping to establish police
forces in Bosnia-Herzegovina......

Brcko was a flashpoint, said Ambassador Bill Farrand (retired), who was
the Brcko district supervisor and worked with Grady. It was a town of
about 85,000 before the war, but the population had dwindled due to
heavy fighting and much loss of civilian life. [/b]It was a microcosm of
Baghdad today[/b].

Leading a United Nations force of more than 315 police officers
drawn from 36 countries, Grady trained and installed a professional police
force staffed by officers willing to protect all citizens regardless of ethnicity
or religion.

He had a tough job: installing a professional police force that would
operate under the principles of democratic policing, said Farrand.

Within a year, he delivered. We had the first tri-ethnic police force in all of
Bosnia Herzegovina. It became a model for the rest of the country, added
Farrand, who praised the selection of Grady for the post in Iraq.

Following his time in Brcko, Grady served as senior police adviser to the
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe
, where he authored
the strategic plan for the establishment of the Kosovo Police Service
School. He subsequently was named deputy police commissioner in
Kosovo, where he developed and implemented the post-war re-entry plan
for the United Nations International Civilian Police Mission. He created the
employment strategy for the identification, recruitment and selection of
candidates for the multi-ethnic Kosovo Police Service.

His mission in Iraq will draw heavily upon lessons he learned in those jobs.
However, Grady also believes that his experience at NIU will prove useful.


The Iraqi Interior Ministry boss with whom Grady worked in 2006/2007
had travelled to the U.S at the end of 2005 with Ahmad al-Chalabi.

New Interior Minister Faces Unenviable Task:
Purging His Forces of Militia Members


BAGHDAD, Iraq, June 9 Iraq's new interior minister, Jawad Kadem al-Bolani, is a former army colonel whose knack for quick alliances lifted him from obscurity to the top of Iraq's political elite. But he has remained a political loner, Iraqi leaders said, a quality he will need to apply in his new position, one of the most politically fraught in Iraq.

Jawad Kadem al-Bolani, Iraq's new interior minister, was one of the final three cabinet nominees approved Thursday by Parliament. Mr. Bolani was nominated by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki on Thursday, and immediately approved by Parliament.

The Interior Ministry is at the heart of the split between Iraq's main sects, with Sunni Arabs claiming that Sunnis have been the victims of torture and other abuses by its largely Shiite forces, and the ability of Mr. Bolani to steer the ministry on an independent course will be central to the success of the American effort here.

Abuses in the ministry, which burst into public view with the discovery of a secret underground prison last fall, opened a more complicated phase in the war. Criminal gangs and militias loyal to Shiite political parties infiltrated portions of the ministry's forces, carrying out political killings, and Mr. Bolani now faces the nearly insurmountable task of purging them from its ranks.....

In the elections in December, he ran unsuccessfully on a ticket with the former Iraqi exile, Ahmad Chalabi, with whom he traveled to the United States for the first time in his life in November.

Iraq's Interior Ministry: Still Feared, Still Corrupt

by Jamie Tarabay NPR

Morning Edition, August 10, 2007 Iraq's Interior Ministry is as feared today as it was under Saddam Hussein despite being so fractured along sectarian lines.

Before the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the ministry served as the pervasive, terrifying intelligence arm of Hussein's Baath Party, which kept a file on every Iraqi.
Now Iraq's main political parties are fighting to control the ministry, crippling attempts to reform the country's corrupt and sectarian police force.

Located outside of Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone, security around the Interior Ministry complex is stringent. Cars aren't allowed to stop near the entrance, and loiters are shooed away by twitchy police fearing suicide bombers......

A senior Shiite police officer, who calls himself Ali Kamil, said the ministry is split into hostile armed camps.

"The whole ministry is plagued each floor represents a state of its own, a party or a certain group," he said. "The Shiite parties want to get rid of the Sunni ones. The Sunnis want to get rid of the Shiite ones. The Kurdish parties want the Sunnis and the Shiites to fight each other. They are all wrestling and sometimes they even liquidate their rivals."....

Finally, there's this. We have been unable to determine why the U.S. Secret Service
was named in the suit - though they were dropped from it later by agreement.
Just bear in mind the courts have regarded this litigant's filings as frivolous
and threatened him with sanction if he persists.


KEITH JUDD, Plaintiff-Appellant, v.


No. 99-2008 ORDER Filed March 22, 2000

Before BALDOCK, HENRY, and MURPHY, Circuit Judges.

On February 29, 2000, we entered an opinion dismissing Mr. Judd's appeal in this case for lack of jurisdiction and imposing appellate sanctions on him. Judd v. University of New Mexico, No. 99-2008, 2000 WL 228298 (10th Cir. Feb. 29, 2000). Mr. Judd was given an opportunity to file objections to the sanctions, and he has done so.....

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This is just some of the information I have gathered about Steve Kazmeirczek. Neutral
I will be posting more later.

Steve Kazmierczak
Sielig recalled Kazmierczak talking back to people who picked on him, but the incidents never grew to more than a exchange of words.
Kazmierczak could be clumsy at times, drawing jeers from other students.
Sielig called it "typical high school stuff."

Another former marching band member, Ryan Chapetta, said she
remembers Kazmierczak as a quiet guy who was never mean or negative about anyone.


The FaceBook site in memory of Steve has been removed.
This was a place where the people who knew Steve posted their messages,
acted as support to each other and maybe shared information.

For instance Suesette Carre, posted on FaceBook:

that she will miss Kazmierczak, calling him one of the nicest people she had ever known.

She added: "You were a great friend, helpful, intelligent and caring. I will always remember you this way."

I got this information from: LINK

I then searched google for her name and find that she is mentioned on NIU-ACA MINUTES but the page is gone, so I search archive.org
and here is what I find:
Present: Josh Stone, Josh Near, Jim Thomas, Steve Kazmeirczek, Aimee Rucinsky, Amy Kreml, Blair Thompson, Phalon Carpenter, Joe Gulino, Kelly Joy, Suesette Carre, Debbie Alfredson.

Treasurer's report: Steve K reported that we are currently solvent
with a current balance of nearly $200, with more anticipated in
coming weeks.

2) Fund raising

There was little apparent interest in a book sale. However, other
ideas generated interest.Suesette Carre, suggested a nine-ball
tournament in the Huskie Den, using donated gift certificates from
local businesses.

Criminology & Public Policy

Volume 5 Issue 1 Page 193-202, February 2006

Criminology & Public Policy 5 (1) , 193–202 doi:10.1111/j.1745-9133.2006.00111.x

1 Professor of sociology at Northern Illinois University, specializes in research on prisons, research ethics, and computer culture. His recent works include the co-edited volume (with Barbara Zaitzow) on Gendered Control in Prisons, and he is currently completing a manuscript on the male prison experience, Communicating Prison Culture. He has been
active in prison reform since 1980.2 Graduate student in the Department of Sociology at Florida State University. Her research interests include inequality, sociology of emotions, sociology of the body, and symbolic interaction. She is currently working on her master's thesis, a qualitative study of self-injury as bodily emotion work. She is also co-authoring a paper with Patricia Yancey Martin and Doug Schrock that examines the emotions of rape work from an organizational perspective. 3 Beginning graduate work at Northern Illinois University. In addition to his interests in
corrections, political violence, and peace and social justice, he is co-authoring a manuscript on the role of religion in the formation of early prisons in the United States with Jim Thomas and Josh Stone. He is also develops content for online education and is an executive board officer of the NIU student chapter of the American Correctional Association.
4 Graduate student in sociology/criminal justice at Northern Illinois University, is conducting research on restorative justice. In addition to two recent publications in the Sage Encyclopedia of Prisons, he is also involved in developing correctional content for modules in interactive classroom technology as well as online course delivery. He is currently the president of the NIU student chapter of the American Correctional Association.
*We are indebted to several anonymous mental health professionals and scholars who shared their insights with us. We also thank Karen Osterle for provided additional background information.


However, acquaintances told police that Kazmierczak's behavior appeared to change after he stopped taking his medication.

That was not the only change Kazmierczak made in the last few months.

He began working 10 to 20 hours a week for Larrison in September, earning about $12 an hour. "His work was very good," Larrison said. "He seemed like a very solid person." But Kazmierczak quit a few weeks later, when he gota job as a prison guard at Rockville Correctional Facility in western Indiana.

Acquaintances said Kazmierczak wanted a career in the prison system, and the job seemed like a good match with his studies. But he quit before training ended, working only from Sept. 24 to Oct. 9, said Indiana Department of Corrections spokesman Doug Garrison.

Kazmierczak went back to work for Larrison, once again entering data from surveys. He abruptly quit again a few weeks later.

"I asked him if he needed the money, but he said he didn't," Larrison said.

Christopher R. Larrison
Christopher R. Larrison earned a B.S. degree from Cornell University (1988), and a MSW (1996) and Ph.D. (1999) from the University of Georgia. He has over 10 years of professional and research experience with community mental health agencies. LINK

Doug Garrison
Are these the one and same Doug Garrison?
June 20, 2001
But Special Agent Doug Garrison of the FBI's Indianapolis office said Tuesday that Bishop has not been connected to theBehrman case and has not been considered a suspect.

Feb 16, 2008
Steven Kazmierczak worked briefly as a full-time correction officer at the Rockville Correctional Facility, an adult medium-security prison in Rockville, Ind., about 80 miles from Champaign. His tenure there lasted only from Sept. 24 to Oct. 9, after which Indiana prisons spokesman Doug Garrison said ''he just didn't show up one day.''

December, 2003
Longtime local journalist Tom Cochrun and FBI veteran Doug Garrison often have joked that their jobs are pretty similar --with one exception.

"I have the power of subpoena," Garrison said, laughing.

For now, anyway. In mid-January, Garrison will retire from the FBI, trading his badge for ...

The Clothes left in the motel:

Photo 1 of clothes

Photo 2 of clothes

These look more like women's clothes to me. (?)
Why would investigators leave clothes behind in the motel room?
Would they not take them for forensics?

The Personal Toiletries left in the motel:
Photo 1 of toiletries

Photo 2 of toiletries

Why leave all his personal toiletries behind?
Would they not take these items for forensics?
Is that a bottle of skin lotion on the dressing table?
For someone who was planning a massacre and suicide,
he was looking after his teeth and skin very well!!

Steven's car
Steven Kazmierczak' white Honda Civic was found in a lot behind the campus library and near Cole Hall.
A source told the Sun-Times that the car was locked and the keys were found inside.

Did he pay the parking fee on entrance to the campus?
How come we have seen no photos of the car?


Parking facilities are available in the Visitor Pay Lot at a cost of $5 per day. When the Visitor Pay Lot fills, the parking attendant will direct you to the closest available parking areas. The charge for parking in those lots
also is $5. We recommend that you arrive early to allow ample time to
park and reach the orientation site.

The orientation program will begin with check-in located in the Gallery
Lounge of the Holmes Student Center (located on the corner of Normal
and Lucinda Ave.)

Changing Hotels Issue:
Accommodations for students from NIU website

On that list are:

Best Western Inn & Suites
1212 West Lincoln Hwy
DeKalb, IL 60115
(815) 758-8661

1116 West Lincoln Hwy
DeKalb, IL 60115
(815) 756-3398
( 800) 578-7878

Feb 17, 2008
On Monday, Kazmierczak stayed for only 15 minutes at the room he
booked at the Best Western DeKalb Inn & Suites before leaving, a Best
Western employee said Saturday - even though he had reservations for
Monday through Friday. He left after reportedly receiving a phone call.

Kazmierczak then moved to room 105 in the Travelodge next to the Best
Western on Lincoln Highway, paying cash and only signing “Steven” to
register for the room, Rupa Patel, wife of hotel manager Jay Patel, said


Map of NIU

Professor Jim Thomas
Thomas said the couple was no longer romantically involved but had
continued to share an apartment.


His parents
Kazmierczak grew up in Elk Grove Village, but records show his parents
moved to Florida shortly before his mother's death in 2006


Found in Travel lodge Motel
February 20, 2008
A bomb squad searching Kazmierczak's hotel room later found he had left
behind a laptop computer, but the hard drive was missing. They also
recovered a duffel bag with the zippers glued shut.


High Energy Drinks
March 14, 2006
These drinks are often marketed as enhancing performance and stimulating metabolism and are sometimes described as being “highly vitalizing.” Yet in certain people, consumption of caffeine causes serious health effects, such as anxiety, palpitations, irritability, difficulty sleeping and stomach complaints, Goldberger said. Because the amount of caffeine
is not labeled on the drinks’ packaging, pregnant women, children, infants or people with certain psychiatric diseases or anxiety conditions may unknowingly ingest too much, he added.

“There are many consequences that are relatively unknown to the general public because they consider the consumption of sodas and other beverages to be relatively safe,” Goldberger said. “People with psychiatric diseases could have manifestations of anxiety when they consume too
much caffeine, people with hypertension could increase their heart rate if they consume caffeine.”

Army spokesman Paul Boyce
Are these the same guy?

Kazmierczak also enlisted in the Army in September 2001, but was discharged in February 2002 for an "unspecified" reason, said Army spokesman Paul Boyce.


U.S. Army Spokesman Responds Directly
To The Gun Toting Liberal Regarding Walter Reed Quote
As our readers are already aware, earlier this morning, I addressed the latest development in the Walter Reed scandal; particularly, the quote from U.S. Army spokesman, Paul Boyce, where it was revealed that wounded troops were welcomed to speak to the Press about the conditions at the military hospital, so long as they took their butts to an off-base “Starbucks” to do so…

George Gaynor, senior student interview with CNN
ABBIE BOUDREAU, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): George Gaynor, an NIU senior, saw it all unfold.

GEORGE GAYNOR, NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIV. SENIOR: There was no expression on his face whatsoever. He didn't say a word. He just came in, pointed the gun, and opened fire.

BOUDREAU: After a shooting rampage that left 6 dead and 16 wounded on Northern Illinois University's campus, Gaynor and others we talked to say they feel safe.

GAYNOR: Yes. Concerning the police response to the incident, I feel that everything is very well in hand and very under control.

George Gaynor, a student who was in the classroom when the shooting occurred, ...says he remembers running out of the lecture hall and yelling at people to get away. (Feb. 15)

On Another Interview
George Gaynor, a senior geography student, who was in the class when the shooting happened, said the shooter was "a skinny white guy with a stocking cap on."

He described the scene immediately following the incident as terrifying and chaotic.

"Some girl got hit in the eye, a guy got hit in the leg," Gaynor said outside just minutes after the shooting occurred."It was like five minutes before class ended too."

By the way, Jessica never mentioned the tattoo's

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yo kathy, nice work..

i always wanted to ask you though - are you guys sitting on a big chunk of irish pennybank or do you guys have any way of turning this stuff into profit? Neem is still pretty underground , no?
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Loren Coleman has discovered that Steve Kazmierczak
had posted product reviews on an Amazon account, under
the name John Doe.

See Lauren Coleman's Blog:
Kazmierczak on O'Reilly

Here's all 8 of Kazmierczak's Amazon reviews:
John Doe(Illinois)

And those reviews include a review of Bill O'Reilly's book Culture Warrior
--written by Steve Kazmierczak!!

The reviews show that Kazmierczak was an avid gameplayer.

He has Amazon reviews of:
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
Need for Speed: Prostreet
Rock Band Special Edition for PS3

Here's Kazmierczak's review of Call of Duty 4:

Call of Duty 4 January 5, 2008

Please bear in mind while reading the following that I am a highly ranked player who has more than 100 hours in the multi-portion in addition to completing the single player several times. While I play this game almost daily, I have noticed many flaws which is why I am rating it a 4 for fun, but 1 overall....

Also Kazmierczak reviews Out of Harm's Way by Jack Thompson.
Thompson is the guy who says that violent video games motivated school
shooters!? He's been on Fox and the NY Post and all over the net in the
last week --talking about NIU and about the fact that Kazmierczak
played Counterstrike a few years ago!! Irony? Or what?!?

I wonder if he knows yet that Steve slammed his book.
Here's an extract from the review:

Out of Harm's Way

In two words, Literary Diarrhea, November 13, 2007

The reviewers that precede me have accurately summed up this 'book' for what it is: self-important, literary garbage, and I am shocked that the transcript was even submitted for publication......

If you can get through all of his self-indulgent banter, then I'm sure you will find this book mildly entertaining, (albeit unintentionally).

I bought it used in an attempt to give me some insight into research that I am currently focusing on that deals with violent media and legislation which seeks to curtail the diffusion of such media. Since Thompson is a key figure in this debate, (or at least claims to be), I thought it would be worth a read. I was mistaken......

Both the writing and editing are poor, and I have seen better technique from undergraduates that I graded when I used to be a teaching assistant. I mean, this man has a J.D., but you wouldn't know it from reading this book.

The one positive aspect to come from this book was that I am probably going to attend law school when I am finished with graduate school, as I figure if this guy can make it through law school, then anybody can. Well, that's not entirely true, but you get the point.

That sounds like Kazmierczak:
used to be a teaching assistant.....
heading for Law School.....

Also among the reviews is run-in with the makers of some bodybuilding
equipment. Again this sounds like Kazmierczak. He was into weights:

Perfect Pushup - Original

I rated this product 4 stars, because despite the high quality of this product, I don't feel that the manufacturers or suppliers of a product should flood a review page with 'testimonials' from people who are obviously marketing stooges or 'viral advertisers.'.....

....Thanks for reading, and good luck in your weight training/exercise goals. -sk

Note that John Doe(Kazmierczak) signs that review with the initials -sk

Another point that would seem to confirm that this IS the right Kazmierczak is the fact that he has entered a wish list for a Stephen Kazmierczak!

John Doe (Illinois) has a public Wish List for Steven Kazmierczak

So why did Kazmierczak chose the Amazon ID "John Doe"?

There is a law firm called Kazmierczak & Kazmireczak in NJ.
Their mission statement page has this immortal statement:

...We know the difference between the John Doe with back pain and the John Doe with bad headaches.
At Kazmierczak & Kazmierczak, LLP, you are never just another case.

Maybe he found that page while browsing via Google.

But there is another John Doe. A famous one:
John Doe #1 from the OKC Bombing case !
That's right. Timothy McVeigh.

What possible link could there be to THAT case?
Maybe he found this page.
Page 9 of an NYT Special...
You'll never guess......

A special report.; A Life of Solitude and Obsessions

By ROBERT D. MCFADDEN Published: May 4, 1995

The administrator of his National Guard unit, Staff Sgt. Thomas V. Kazmierczak, said he did not get to know Mr. McVeigh, who attended weekend drills for four months, mostly simulating the firing of small missiles for the $150-a-month pay, and then quit in May.

It looks fairly certin that this IS Steve Kazmierczak on Amazon.
If so, the implications of these reviews are considerable.

And we will take a look at some of the implications.

Minds are like parachutes.
They only function when open.

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