Nov 25, 2013

Philip R. Klein Licks

Klein may be indicted for intimidating witnesses.

In his Nitwit Tidbits last Friday, Philip R. Klein wrote:

Writing Paper - Brawls on the football field. And now we all write papers on how sportsmanship is better for us? How about five licks with the big paddle and everyone move on down the road? Gezzzz....and we wonder?

That big paddle certainly didn't work for Philip, and I'm sure he would have benefited from more attention to things like grammar, spelling, and comprehension.

Reinforcement in ethical behavior would have helped, too.

Nov 17, 2013

Taterhead Klein: Baldface Liar

According to Philip R. Klein's latest editorial:
And then the calls to me regarding information being leaked on Operationkleinwatch - the question is what did they know - are they involved? I don't read them - but if what I am being told they are saying - they know - they are involved and people who are posting knew months ago? Meaning - is OKW a government blog or connected to the government of Jefferson County in someway?
According to Philip's third amended petition in Klein v. Google, et al, my blog is run by attorney Brent Coon and some of his associates. PRK apparently forgot the sworn affidavit he submitted, in which he purportedly tracked an IP address from this blog to Brent Coon's office.

Unfortunately, Jefferson County District Attorney Tom Maness chose not to charge Klein with grand perjury in this matter, even though none of Klein's sworn statement is true.

As I've noted before, I am the only person responsible for this blog. Philip still has no clue who I or Sam The Eagle are, despite his clumsy attempts at suppressing our Constitutional right to make fun of the town idiot anonymously. Klein even claimed at one point that Lolita Ramos was behind this blog.

Most importantly, we have nothing to do with the government of Jefferson County.  Let's examine Klein's latest conspiracy theory.

Philip shows his skill at math in the post concerning the alleged spam attack on his poll:
At 9:43 p.m. the poll results were :
  • 89% - Yes
  • 07% - No
  • 06% - Unsure
This equals a total of 102 percent.
At 12:02 a.m. the poll site closed the ISP due to spamming - and the results were :
  • 25% - Yes
  • 71% - No
  • 03% - Unsure
This comes to a total of 99 percent. Does anyone doubt that Philip is simply making up numbers?
We checked the servers as our server security system we had to put in because of another attack weeks before out of Lamar University servers (which were skipped) showed a spam attack from over 1,200 computers from 23 different ISP's in 23 countries around the world. As well, anon ISP attacks.
Similar to Klein's third amended petition, this is gibberish, too. The real internet doesn't work that way and what Philip is describing is a denial of service attack, not a spam attack. Likewise, I sincerely doubt that Layne Walker had (a minimum of) 23 different people in 23 different countries simultaneously launch attacks on Klein's website.

PRK's worldwide conspiracy theory breaks down again in this statement:
According to our web site host - GoWeb ...We checked the servers as our server security system we had to put in...
According to Klein, he apparently paid for a "server security system" at this web host, GoWeb. Not true, rather this is another of Philip's lies. You can call the company and ask at (713)965-6791.

Here's the real punchline, though. The website where Philip claims a "spam attack" occurred is a third party polling site, not Philip's website or any GoWeb hosted website. See for yourself here.

You can even browse through the site on this page and find Philip's older polls. For example, here's the real poll that Philip claims was shut down due to a "spam attack."

As you can see, the poll is still there - Philip simply changed the Southeast Texas Political Review page and made these bizarre claims concerning a "spam attack" when less than 30 people voted against his biased question.

Philip Klein is a bald-face liar.

Nov 11, 2013

Philip R. Klein to get what's coming


Preface: Rumors and more rumors

Before I get to the main posting, here are a couple of unfounded rumors that I've heard about Philip over the past two months. Note these are simply rumors I've heard, and as such may or may not be credible. Make up your own mind!

  1. The real reason that Philip chose not to run for public office was because after appointing a campaign "treasure," he couldn't raise enough donations to pay his filing fee.
  2. PRK is purportedly under the care of John Morgan's girlfriend, Bridgette Bullington, who claims to do healing work through "communication with guides, spirits, higher consciousness, other beings, Emotional Genetic String Cleaning, and adjusting and repairing the physical body through the Etheric Energy field." Read more here, or set up your own appointment at or 409-673-9727. I'm assuming that Bridgette and John are still together.

Today’s Posting: The main event

According to an article by Jerry Jordan on SETINVESTIGATES.COM, a special prosecutor is investigating Philip R. Klein for alleged witness intimidation and perjury. The prosecutor, Shane Phelps, served 10 years as assistant district attorney in Brazos County.

In Texas, witness tampering is a state jail felony punishable by between 180 days to two years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. Once convicted of a felony, the State of Texas doesn't allow nuts like Klein to carry a Private Investigator's license or a Concealed Handgun License.

Readers familiar with Klein's earlier lawsuits may remember an affidavit filed by local attorney Mark Faggard, who claimed that Philip pulled his handgun twice while serving simple process to intimidate the people being served.

Regarding the perjury, a simple perjury charge is a Class A misdemeanor, but if the investigator finds that Philip made false statements in connection with an offical proceeding and is material, he could be subject to a Third Degree Felony as Aggravated Perjury.

We know for sure that Klein has perjured himself in the past: we almost busted him during our suit when he claimed that Brent Coon was behind this website, and that he had tracked Coon through the internets to his office.

None of this was true; in fact, it's impossible to track someone in the manner that Klein described in his third amended complaint. He narrowly avoided prosecution by throwing his original attorney, John Morgan, under the bus and seeking protection from Reaud and Associates. The Jefferson County District Attorney, Tom Maness, chose not to pursue, so Philip squirmed out of that one.

In his latest posting, Philip vomits forth multiple pages of badly written gibberish, alleging retaliation and a conspiracy amongst the entire adult population of Jefferson county.

Epilogue: Dear Philip

Philip, now is a good time to move away. You really have no clue as to what's coming and this is just the tip of the iceberg.