Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin’s Boss’ Day Job

Court records show an email address for a Jeffrey R. Cohen who has the same street address as Justice Through Music Project. That email address is associated with the law firm of Millen, White, Zellano & Branigan. The firm’s web site gives this information about Mr. Cohen:

Our entertainment practice focuses on music, film and television. Because of our intellectual property expertise, we understand not only the finer points of contract terms but also the significance of the intellectual property issues at hand. Jeff Cohen heads this practice group. Jeff owns Sumerian Records and is a partner in an entertainment management company Outerloop Management.

Here are links about Sumerian Records and Outerloop Management.


15 thoughts on “Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin’s Boss’ Day Job

  1. Something interesting about Sumerian Records….according to the wiki they have a relationship with the Ultimate Warrior. Warrior is providing motivational work for their bands. Which is what Warrior has been doing since he retired as a wrestler.

    Now, I haven’t followed it, but IIRC, Warrior is ULTRA Right Wing. Almost a Federalist type, IIRC, like Brooks Bayne. What the heck is Warrior doing associating with someone who associates with the Ultra Left Wing TDPK?

    Oh, and as far as I can tell, none of TDPK’s bands are signed to either Outerloop Management or Summerian Records.

    Hmmmmmm is right.

    • 1. I doubt that you are actually Karen, The Lonely Conservative. Her writing is much more refined than yours.
      2. Your comment has been forwarded to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department and the Maryland State Police, the two police agencies with primary jurisdiction at my home address. It also be given to the base Security Office at the federal installation where I work.

    • Yeah. If you’re the Lonely Conservative, I’m the Pope.

      This doesn’t follow the SWATters normal M.O. As far as I know, none of the folks who were SWATted before, got threatened beforehand.

      My guess. Just some d**k trying to be cute.

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  3. I bet this Jeffrey R Cohen is deeply regretting the lawfare tactic of filing bar complaints against lawyer targets, or those who offer counsel to targets. Karma can be a bit of a bitch. He just might find himself answering charges. There has been a number of questionable expenses reported by the two “non-profits.” Cohen’s burden of proof in such an inquiry would be not merely to evade any criminal liability, but, to show that his oversight adhered to the standards of ethics the bar sets for its members. One of those standards is as an officer of the court he has an absolute obligation to not hinder the DeLongs collecting their million dollar judgment in any way. I’m intensely interested in finding out what Kimberlin’s total compensation is in relationship to his nominal income of $19,500, which seems grossly out of scale for being the full-time operator of not one, but two, “non-profits.”

    “Mr Jeffery R. Cohen” has such a nice ring to it!

    • Now that sounds a bit like justice. I think you just may be right. I would not be surprised if the two “charities” try to settle A.S.A.P.

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  7. Dear Mr. Hoge, About a year ago, I did some analysis of the 990’s for JTMP. You can find the details here: http://ameryx.wordpress.com/2012/05/
    One thing that particularly leapt out to me is that JTMP was paying “Occupancy” and “Utilities” for its space in the private residence where it is located; and that the charges varied dramatically from year to year. An analyst of financial statements might wonder why the charges vary; might even wonder why Kimberlin’s organization is paying Kimberlin money for its space in Kimberlin’s home.

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