Five years ago, Bill Schmalfeldt had had his first peace order issued against him and The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin was in the throes of his court battles relating to his marital problems. Neither one of them seemed happy with the attention they were receiving from bloggers. So about that time a bunch of harassment websites were rolled out on servers that hosted Kimberlin- and Schmalfeldt-related sites. Those site piqued my interest, and I found another interesting web domain during my investigation. I wrote about it in this post published five years ago today.
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unmaskedhosting dot com is a name server located in The Netherlands that used to be the the name server for Breitbart Unmasked and still provides that service for a bunch of domains associated with Team Kimberlin in general and Bill Schmalfeldt in particular. It also is the name server for globalpharma dot biz. (No, I won’t link to it.)
If you read the About Us page on the web site, you find the following paragraph:
It is now the country’s largest dedicated internet and mail order pharmacy, serving the growing number of people who are unable or unwilling to visit high street pharmacies. It allows prescriptions, over the counter medicines and personal care products to be delivered direct to your doorstep without having to leave the comfort of your own home – and many at prices lower than the high street.
High street? That’s an unusual term for an American to use. It sounds British. Read on, and you’ll find:
Global Pharma Services is run by pharmacists and operates to the highest professional standards. It is registered as a mail order pharmacy with The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and holds an NHS mail order pharmacy contract.
The General Pharmaceutical Council describes itself as follows:
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) is the regulator for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises in Great Britain.
And NHS usual refers to the publicly funded health care systems of the UK.
I went shopping (and didn’t buy anything) at the site. It offered to sell me Viagra 100 mg tablets for $1.00 each. That’s roughly 10% of the price of Viagra from a legitimate pharmacy in my neighborhood.
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Things got interesting over the next few months. I’ll post a summary in a few days.