Yesterday was the second anniversary of the day Aaron Greenspan doxxed me, as well as my birthday. We expected Aaron Greenspan to attempt to retaliate in some way to try and ruin the day, but we weren’t sure what he would do. Antagonizing victims on special days such as Christmas, a birthday, or the publication of a magazine feature is a signature of the Aaron Greenspan harassment playbook, as we documented in the blog post “Aaron Greenspan Delivers Christmas Day Threat“:
The delivery of a threat on Christmas was no mistake. This is the strategy of Think Computer Foundation’s relentless cyberstalking and harassment campaign: Never let the victim have a happy day. Christmas? Your birthday? These are the best times to attack. Aaron Greenspan’s message to his victims is clear: You will never have another happy day again, so you might as well kill yourself now. It’s violent psychological assault, pure and simple.
We’ve seen enough of these intimidation tactics that they no longer affect us. We encourage Greenspan to file as many documents in court as he likes, despite the cost of responding to each one. After all under California’s anti-SLAPP rule, Greenspan may well be on the hook for paying for the defense.
We will continue publishing the Aaron Greenspan story despite any attempts by Aaron Greenspan, Neil Greenspan, or Judith Greenspan to retaliate against us for disclosing their charity’s harassment and criminal activity.Whole Mars Catalog
Greenspan read the post and responded by admitting that violent psychological assault was in fact his goal, and even if one of his victims was suicidal he would not stop harassing them:
Using suicidal language and inventing more baseless accusations will not cause me to drop the lawsuit.Aaron Greenspan
Yet despite Aaron Greenspan’s contention that our statement “Christmas? Your birthday? These are the best times to attack” was a “baseless accusation”, Greenspan proceeded to exactly that. Following up on his Christmas Day threat, Greenspan asked the court on my birthday to allow him to submit a fourth revision of his legal complaint with an additional 27 pages of content.
In a proposed draft of the fourth revision of his lawsuit, Aaron Greenspan asked the court for the following:
- A permanent injunction preventing us from ever saying anything about Aaron Greenspan or his criminal activity, either in writing or orally. Greenspan also requested all of our websites containing evidence of his criminal activity be shut down, and turned over to him.
- Payment of any profits generated on the websites to Aaron Greenspan
- $150,000 per post containing the photo of a balding Aaron Greenspan wearing a purple shirt
- Punitive damages
- Judgement against the defendants for libel, intentional infliction of emotional distress, stalking, copyright infringement, violation of the DMCA, violation of the UCL, Business and Professions Code, and violations of federal securities laws
- Any other relief the court may deem just and proper
What a thoughtful birthday gift! Today, Judge Donato issued an order allowing Aaron Greenspan to submit a fourth revision of his lawsuit with one catch: He warned Greenspan that if the complaint he proposed were submitted, it would be dismissed:
ORDER The request for leave to file a third amended complaint, Docket Number 100, is granted. The amended complaint will replace all the previously filed complaints, and should be drafted as a free-standing document that does not incorporate any prior pleadings by reference. Plaintiff should take this opportunity to ensure that the amended complaint provides a “short and plain statement” of the grounds for relief as required by Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 8(a)(2). Complaints running to 80 or more pages and accompanied by hundreds of pages of exhibits are typically not well-taken under Rule 8, and may be summarily dismissed on that basis. An amended complaint that is consistent with this Order may be filed by February 12, 2021. The pending motions to dismiss and strike, Docket Numbers 75, 7 are terminated without prejudice to renewal if warranted after the amended complaint is filed. Signed by Judge James Donato on January 15 2021.January 15 2021 Court Order
Oops. It turns out Aaron Greenspan broke the rules again –– this time Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 8(a)(2):
Rule 8. General Rules of Pleading
(a) Claim for Relief.
A pleading that states a claim for relief must contain:
(1) a short and plain statement of the grounds for the court’s jurisdiction, unless the court already has jurisdiction and the claim needs no new jurisdictional support;
(2) a short and plain statement of the claim showing that the pleader is entitled to relief; and
(3) a demand for the relief sought, which may include relief in the alternative or different types of relief.Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
According to the rules for civil cases, any complaint must contain a short and plain statement that explains why the Plaintiff has grounds to sue. If they can’t explain what those grounds are, the case will be thrown out of court.
The Third Revision of Aaron Greenspan’s absurd lawsuit weighed in at 110 pages, with hundreds of pages of exhibits. He wanted to submit a fourth revision to add an additional 27 pages, bring the total to a whopping 137 pages of insane ramblings. As is often the case with Aaron Greenspan’s pernicious schemes, his plan to retaliate against me on my birthday for publishing the story of his charity’s harassment campaign with 27 new pages of legal complaints blew up in his face big time.
Because of this latest court order, not only will Aaron Greenspan not be allowed to file 27 more pages –– he will have to actually remove pages and content to try and stuff his verbose, rambling screed of a complaint into less than 80 pages. 🤣 Out of the 137 pages he wasted his time writing, he will now have to waste even more time removing at least 42% of those pages if he doesn’t want to get thrown out of court. Of course, Aaron Greenspan is a loser with no friends and nothing better to do, but still it must be hard to look at himself in the mirror knowing he’s wasted his life on such petty and meaningless endeavors while former classmates like Mark Zuckerberg are out changing the world.
Congratulations to Aaron Greenspan on yet another epic self-own. We encourage Greenspan to continue to attempt retaliation against journalists speaking up about his charity Think Computer Foundation’s criminal activity. The more evidence we have, the easier it will be to put him away for good and make sure Think Computer Foundation never strikes another innocent victim again. Of all the birthday wishes and gifts I’ve ever received, Greenspan humiliating himself in public with another epic self-own has to be the best.