[ALERT]: Jerome Corsi and Larry Klayman may face sanctions in Alex Jones lawsuit

Updated: Jul 24, 2021


Change of fortunes in the Corsi and Klayman versus Alex Jones lawsuit in Texas. New rumblings indicate sanctions are possible. Ouch.


Things just couldn't be worse it seems for the so-called "PELICAN BRIEF" players of the Mueller Investigation.

New developments in the Alex Jones federal lawsuit in Texas pull back the curtains on the shadow world of so-called "political operatives".

Dr. Jerome Corsi, Phd and Larry Klayman, acting as co-plaintiffs, both sued Alex Jones of Infowars, in a federal defamation case, A-20-CV-298-LY, in the Western District of Texas.




In a report and recommendation of the magistrate judge in A-20-CV-298-LY it was stated both Corsi and Klayman were in danger of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 11 sanctions.

Above: Larry Kayman, aka Harry Claypool

The report and recommendation states, “Plaintiff’s Amended Complaint describes Jerome Corsi as an “author and political commentator,” and Larry Klayman as a “public interest legal advocate” and “media personality and author, columnist and syndicated radio talk show host.”

Click for PDF court document

Download PDF • 101KB

Download PDF • 221KB

Click here to download the so-called "Klayman sex court case"

Download PDF • 108KB




Above: The Golden Age of fake Citizen Grand Juries on the Jason Goodman show in the Spring of 2019.

Larry Klyaman filed a federal lawsuit and a complaint of misconduct against Robert S. Mueller, III on behalf of Dr. Jerome Corsi, PhD.See “The Earth Shook after Grand Jury Indictment of Robert Mueller

By George Miller

Yes, The Earth shook after a grand jury indictment of Robert Mueller on Wednesday, June 12, 2019. Literally- shortly after a Citizens’ Grand Jury handed Prosecutor Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch and CEO of Freedom Watch USA, their indictments of Mueller on all nine criminal counts of violations of federal law, nailed by principal witness Dr. Jerome Corsi. Klayman then read it and explained the next steps, thanked the jurors and dismissed them.





Larry Klayman convened a Citizen Grand Jury to indict President B. H. Obama in 2013 and threatened an indictment against two justices of the U.S. Supreme Court.


In a recent column published on the far-right RenewAmerica blog — one of several online publications to which he contributes — Larry Klayman denounced “Muslim-in-Chief, Barack Hussein Obama, and his leftist Jewish government comrades and partners in crime.”

Soon after that, Klayman, a Jewish convert to Christianity who says his heart “throb[s] in shame” over the crimes of the “felonious” liberal Jews who have committed “the moral equivalent of ethical and religious bankruptcy” by aligning themselves with the Obama administration, convened a “citizens grand jury” to indict President Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Attorney General Eric Holder, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, and other officials for supposed misdeeds against the American people.

Klayman should know better. A former prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice, he once worked on cases whose outcomes actually mattered. Today, though, he’s best known for filing lawsuits against the likes of Fidel Castro, Osama bin Laden, Dick Cheney, Bill Clinton and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.

Ridiculous lawsuits are nothing new for Klayman. As the head of Judicial Watch, an ardently self-righteous and ultraconservative nonprofit organization, he sued the Clinton administration more than a dozen times, complaining among other things that special prosecutor Kenneth Starr wasn’t aggressive enough in pursuing the administration.

Convening so-called citizens grand juries is a newer hobby for Klayman, one he’s taken to with gusto. In 2011, after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare,” he declared his intention to get citizens to “indict” Roberts and Justice Elena Kagan for supposedly violating their oaths of office. In a typically self-aggrandizing press release, he said his power to convene this body stemmed from the Fifth Amendment, which, according to him, was designed to “hold corrupt judges and politicians accountable under criminal laws, thereby hoping to avoid another revolution as occurred in 1776.”


123 views0 comments