During the summer of 2013, I began writing about a website hosted on the same off-shore server as many of the Kimberlin-related website called globalyharma dot biz. It offered to sell prescription drugs to online customer without a prescription.
After the court battle relating to the Kimberlins’ marital difficulties and during the time that The
Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin was drafting his first LOLsuit against a group of blogger which include me, the Kimberlin-related websites were taken down for a short while and reconfigured. globalyharma dot biz was taken down and retweaked at the same time. This was the TKPOTD for five years ago today.
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globalpharma dot biz is hosted on the same Dutch server as a group of Kimberlin-related sites. It’s name server is unmaskedhosting dot com, the same name server as those sites. For a brief time on 17 August, the globalpharma dot biz URL forwarded connections to breitbartunmasked dot com. The Gentle Reader should not be surprised to find that I suspect there might be a connection between globalpharma dot biz and one or more members of Team Kimberlin.
When I first began monitoring globalpharma dot biz, one of the drugs they were peddling was “Viagra.” Genuine Viagra goes for about nine bucks a dose according to my friend who is a pharmacist. The street price for “Viagra” is about a dollar a pill which was the price quoted by globalpharma back in July. At no time was I asked to provide a prescription from a physician. Viagra is prescription drug.
It looks like they’ve run out of “Viagra.” As you can see, “Erectile Dysfunction” has been dropped from the product menu.
The Arizona telephone number and notice of free shipping via USPS on the site indicate that the operation has a physical presence in the United States. According to the Arizona Board of Pharmacy, a company called “Global Pharmaceutical & Medical Supplies” held a permit as a wholesaler in the state from 3 March to 31 October in 2010, but that permit is now void. That was the only hit from their database for “global pharma.”
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