Response to Posting re Dutchsinse on Janet Napolitano’s Blog

This is my response to a post on the Janet Napolitano forum where researcher Dutchsinse was defamed.  It was a shock that the moderator actually posted the rant from “anonymous”, but with the fear mongering by our government, I guess it was useful for them to post it.


“This “anonymous” character has been allowed to come into this site and slander a man with accusations that have no validity.  I would hope that the man that goes by the nick name of “Dutchsinse” will file a law suit against this person for defamation and bring him/her to justice.

Dutchsinse has never spoken about the government causing citizens to be killed.  He only shows what he has seen on Doppler radar that is available for all to see.  He has never warned anyone that the government is out to depopulate the U.S.  I have not heard Dutchsinse speak of FEMA camps, either.

I am surprised and appalled that a government site would allow this sort of response to be posted when it is not corroborated by any evidence.  It could not be corroborated, as these accusations are fabricated and never happened.

Then to allow the conclusions of this delusional person as if they have some sort of expert opinion seems to only add to the problems, both legal and otherwise, that they are causing.

I would think that Ms. Napolitano and the people that moderate this forum would think twice about allowing tax dollars to be spent in a manner that may be illegally damaging to the reputation of a man that attempts to bring information to others to help them.

In the law office that I managed there is at least one attorney that would represent this man in an actions against this person, but unfortunately he is not in the state which the attorney is licensed to practice.  If he were, we would take the case on a pro bono basis because after reviewing the situation, the attorney was angry at how this person has gone after Dutchsinse in such a voracious and unrelenting manner.

Thank you for your time.

Tom Peranteau”


In addition I wanted to post the comment policy from Napolitino’s website.  It becomes obvious that they are already breaking their own policy in order to allow the post about Dutch:

“Comment Policy

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