Many people often wonder how rapidly balding Tesla short seller Aaron Jacob Greenspan is able to threaten and harass so many Tesla customers through his 501(c)(3) non-profit charity, the Think Computer Foundation. We often get fan mail asking questions like this:
Step 1: Butter Them Up
The first step is to find someone who is already committing criminal acts against Tesla –– the patsy, the front man, the fall guy. Instead of acknowledging that they’re breaking the law, butter them up and call them a hero. This will be useful later when you want to incite them to commit crimes against perceived enemies on your behalf. Ideally, choose someone who has already fled the country.
Step 2: Publish the Names of Your Desired Victims
Next, Aaron Jacob Greenspan doxxed dozens of people who he wanted to target for violent attacks. List their full name and personal information so that your goons know exactly who to target. In this case, Aaron Greenspan chose to publish the name of his desired victims through an illegal discovery request. At the time Aaron filed this document in court, discovery was not permitted. However, Greenspan knew that a request for document production could be an effective way to harass Tesla customers and supporters and make them fear for their life. If you’re not able to publish the names of your desired victims in a public court document, use Twitter or other means just as Aaron Greenspan does with his @Plainsite, @AaronGreenspan, @Facecash and other Twitter accounts.
Aaron Greenspan has filed an illegal SLAPP-suit against Elon Musk and Omar Qazi for bringing attention to allegations of tax fraud, securities fraud, cyberstalking, and criminal harassment by the Think Computer Foundation (doing business as PlainSite). If you can please donate to the Legal GoFundMe or via PayPal to make sure he is finally held accountable for his criminal misconduct.
Make no mistake about it: There was absolutely no purpose to filing this document except to doxx dozens of people and order an attack.
3. Chat with your hired hitman online and request stolen documents
4. Review the attacks
Review the attacks and threats against Tesla customers perpetrated on your behalf, based on the private information you shared. Sit back and enjoy with a nice cup of tea.
5. Deny Any Involvement
This is by far the most important step. If any threats are traced back to your action, you could face prison time or severe fines –– or even worse, the revocation of your fraudulent non-profit. Thus no matter how much evidence surfaces of your involvement in sharing the personal info that lead to the attacks, you must deny it ever happened. If you are incarcerated, it will be difficult to threaten and harass others from prison effectively.
For good measure, make sure to block anyone who calls you out so others don’t hear about how you’ve been harassing and orchestrating attacks on women.
Pray for justice. One day Aaron Jacob Greenspan will have to take responsibility for what he’s done, just like his henchmen.