Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Yesterday’s TKPOTD took note of the IRS revocation of the 501(c)(4) tax exemption for Brett Kimberlin’s Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. and that entity so longer being in good standing as a Maryland corporation. The TKPOTD from seven years ago today also dealt with a corporation that was dissolved for failure to keep up with its paperwork.

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KimberlinDutchDomainsTeam Kimberlin seems to be simplifying its footprint on its Dutch server. The table on the left shows the sites that are still up and the one that was added over the summer.

globalpharma dot biz is a site for a company that seems to have its physical presence in Arizona. It offers various prescription drugs for sale over the Internet without requiring a prescription. All are schedule IV drugs commonly used for recreational purposes. The site was originally owned by an LLC registered in Delaware. The identity of the registrant is now protected. The current status of the Delaware entity is shown below.

GlobalPharmaDelaware

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Hoe meer het verandert, hoe meer het hetzelfde is.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


In 2012, the Kimberlin-related web domains were being hosted on an offshore server. Since then, they’ve been moved around to various onshore and offshore hosts, and some of the moves seem to have been triggered by reporting on the sites’ activities here at Hogewash!. Not all of the moves have been well executed. The TKPOTD for seven years ago today was part of this blog’s coverage of a set of hasty changes made after I began reporting on a site called globalpharma dot biz.

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It’s been a couple of days since normal access to the Kimberlin-related website hosted in the U. S. went down. It’s been possible to access the sites part of the time using anonymous browsers, but that has often been flaky.

I suppose that when the cleanup is complete, we will at least see the sites with Donation buttons reappear.

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At one time, there were almost two dozen Kimberlin-related websites running at the same time. Now, there are only a few unmaintained zombie sites such as breitbartunmasked dot com and jtmp dot org. greencasamaryland had a minor bit of maintenance when it was moved offshore some months ago. protectourelections dot org hasn’t had any new content since February. More telling, the donate page is gone from jtmp dot org, and the donate page is empty at protectourelections dot org. In fact, the only Kimberlin-related site with functioning donation mechanisms is empr dot media, an English-language Ukrainian news site which appears to have ties to activists who were involved in the alleged Ukrainian attempt at interfering in the 2016 Election. BTW, the not-for-profit legal entity formerly know as Velvet Revolution US was renamed Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. in 2017 and had it’s 501(c)(4) tax-exemption revoked by the IRS is in 2019.

Hmmmmm.

Oh, and there’s more IRS-related news coming. Tune in tomorrow.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


We need one more repost to finish the sage of globalpharma dot biz. This was the TKPOTD for 18 October, 2013.

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The Gentle Readers who have been following The Saga of The Dread Pirate Kimberlin lo these many months may remember posts about a website called globalpharma dot biz. This was a site for a company that appeared to have a physical presence in Arizona but whose website was hosted in Holland on the same server as the Kimberlin-related off-shore sites. It’s name server was unmaskedhosting dot com, a domain apparently owned or controlled by Brett Kimberlin. globalpharma dot biz offered to sell me Schedule IV prescription drugs for sale with no prescriptions required.

When I checked yesterday afternoon, the website was missing.globalpharma_miaA bit of digging turned up this interesting information about the domain’s name server history.globalphama_nsChange of ownership?

Hmmmmm.

UPDATE—Here’s a couple of interesting thoughts that popped up while reviewing The Dread Pirate Kimberlin’s RICO suit against me. Neither it nor the state lawsuit he has filed mention any of my writing about globalpharma dot biz.

Also, there’s an interesting coincidence in the timing of globalpharma dot biz going dark. It happened around the time the RICO suit was being drafted and filed. I wonder if a review of 18 USC 1961 had anything to do with the site going down?

As used in this chapter—

(1) “racketeering activity” means (A) any act or threat involving murder, kidnapping, gambling, arson, robbery, bribery, extortion, dealing in obscene matter, or dealing in a controlled substance or listed chemical (as defined in section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act), which is chargeable under State law and punishable by imprisonment for more than one year; … (D) any offense involving fraud connected with a case under title 11 (except a case under section 157 of this title), fraud in the sale of securities, or the felonious manufacture, importation, receiving, concealment, buying, selling, or otherwise dealing in a controlled substance or listed chemical (as defined in section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act), punishable under any law of the United States …

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Yeah, it’s an interesting coincidence that globalphama dot biz vanished just as The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin was becoming vulnerable to civil discovery.

I’ll leave the Gentle Reader to form his own conclusions about globalpharma dot biz.

For now.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Here’s another post in the continuing saga of globalpharma dot biz. It was originally published as the TKPOTD for 15 September, 2013.

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KimberlinDutchDomainsTeam Kimberlin seems to be simplifying its footprint on its Dutch server. The table on the left shows the sites that are still up and the one that was added over the summer.

globalpharma dot biz is a site for a company that seems to have its physical presence in Arizona. It offers various prescription drugs for sale over the Internet without requiring a prescription. All are schedule IV drugs commonly used for recreational purposes. The site was originally owned by an LLC registered in Delaware. The identity of the registrant is now protected. The current status of the Delaware entity is shown below.

GlobalPharmaDelaware

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So whoever ran Global Pharma Group, LLC, was a deadbeat when it came to paying his taxes.

Hmmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


For the past few days, I’ve been reviewing my previous coverage of a now-defunct business called globalpharma dot biz. This is what I reported in the TKPOTD five years ago today.

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So where is the globalpharma dot biz operation? If you read the site’s About page, it talks about being registered with the GPhC and having a NHS contract. Those are UK organizations that have nothing to do with selling drugs in the U. S, and the GPhC has never heard of globalphrama dot biz. There’s a contact phone number on the website, 480-409-XXXX. That phone is supposed to be someplace in or near Scottsdale, Arizona. (When a member of the Vast Hogewash Research Organization called, “Robert” answered.) And here’s how they handle their free shipping.
timthumb.php-src=http_||www.globalpharma.biz|media|images|default|flexslider03.png&w=980&h=390 copyYep. Priority Mail is cheap, fast, and doesn’t leave a paper trail.

So it looks like someplace in Arizona there’s a small operation peddling a limited range of Schedule IV drugs without prescriptions required. But on the internet globalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Oh, it’s probably just a coincidence, but the servers for the US-hosted Kimberlin-related sites (except for pbrstreetgang dot org which just moved) are also in the Phoenix area.

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There’s more to tell. Stay tuned.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


These TKPOTDs post just after midnight ET, so I assume that most of the Gentle Readers in many time zones don’t view the posts until later because they’re asleep at time of night. OTOH, some may be up late because they are having trouble getting to sleep and read the posts as they are published. As the TKPOTD from five years ago today shows, globalpharma dot biz would have been willing to help such people get some shut eye.

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Ambien is a trade name for the drug zolpidem. It is a short-acting hypnotic used to induce sleep. Zolpidem has a potential for abuse in recreational use when the drug is taken to achieve a “high.” Recreational users report that resisting the drug’s hypnotic effects can elicit vivid visuals and a body high. Users report decreased anxiety, mild euphoria, perceptual changes, visual distortions, and hallucinations. Chronic users of high doses are more likely to develop physical dependence on the drug. This may cause severe withdrawal symptoms, including seizures, if withdrawal is abrupt. It is a Schedule IV prescription drug. globalpharma dot biz offered to sell it to me without a prescription.ambien10globalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Hmmmm.

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There’s more to know about globalpharma dot biz. Stay tuned.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Five years ago, I posted a series of TKPOTDs that dealt with an Internet business called globalpharma dot biz. This post ran five years ago today.

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globalpharma dot biz offered to sell me Tranax without a prescription. Tranax is a trade name for the anti-anxiety drug alprazolam (aka Xanax). There is a substantial risk of abuse and dependence in both patients and non-medical users of alprazolam. Its pharmacological properties, such being short-acting and having a rapid onset of action as well as high affinity binding and high potency, increase the potential for abuse. The physical dependence and withdrawal syndrome of alprazolam also adds to the addictive nature of the drug. The DEA places it on Schedule IV.Tranax

Note that the name of the drug is misspelled. It has been for months. I suspect that a legitimate pharmacy would have corrected such an error.

globalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

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Yes, it’s likely that a legitimate pharmacy would have done several things differently.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The TKPOTD from five years ago today took a further look at the merchandise being offered by the globalpharma dot biz website hosted on the same server as a group of Kimberlin-related web domains.

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If an amphetamine substitute isn’t to your liking, globalphama dot biz can sell you something to chill you out. Diazepam. It’s original trade name was Valium. Diazepam is a drug of potential abuse and can cause serious problems of addiction, and as a result, it is a Schedule IV drug in the United States. globalpharma dot biz offered to sell it to me without a prescription.diazepam

globalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Hmmmmm.

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Obviously, this was nothing to worry about. Right?

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The TKPOTD from five years ago today took another look at the merchandise being offered by the globalpharma dot biz website hosted on the same server as a group of Kimberlin-related web domains.

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One of the drugs offered by globalpharma dot biz is phentermine. It is a prescription drug. Phentermine is a psychostimulant drug with pharmacology similar to amphetamine. It is used medically as an appetite suppressant. In the United States, it is classified as a Schedule IV controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act. The globalpharma site offers it without requiring a prescription.phentermineglobalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Interesting connections.

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Yes. Interesting.

UPDATE—A down twinkle! Hmmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


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.

globalpharmamenu

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.”

Hmmmmm.

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Yes. Hmmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


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.)

globalpharma_bizglobalphrama dot biz posts a phone number with a 480 area code. That would be in the Phoenix, Arizona, area. They say they ship via the US Postal Service. All that implies an American operation.

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.

Hmmmmm.

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.

Hmmmmm.

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Things got interesting over the next few months. I’ll post a summary in a few days.

Stay tuned.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Tuesday, the next set of hearings in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit will be held to deal with motions to compel discovery from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin and motions for summary judgment. Writing about TDPK’s present situation might provide him with insight into how to better argue his case, so for the next few days, I’ll be recycling some oldies from the TKPOD Greatest Hits section.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

It seems that a domain called pbrstreetgang dot org has been used by Team Kimberlin as a name server for some of their other sites and also as an email server for internal communications. Over the past couple of weeks, that domain suffered a severe security breach.

For the past few days, access to the Kimberlin-related websites has been flaky, especially the US-hosted sites. Access has been possible for brief periods using anonymized browsers. Each time the sites pop up, the source code for at least some of the pages has been modified. It looks as if their US-hosted sites have blocked the IP I use for most of my browsing. I have service via four different ISPs, and two provide a different IP each time I connect.

Several interesting incidents have occurred. In one case, connections to the globalpharma dot biz site hosted in Holland were being forwarded to the Breitbart Unmasked website. Also, the Breitbart Unmasked site goes up and down with tandem with jtmp dot org and velvetrevolution dot us. I wonder if Brett Kimberlin will still claim that he doesn’t know who runs the Breitbart Unmasked site?

It’s taken some time to construct those additional pylons, but the sites seem stable for now.

Musical Websites


The breitbartunmasked dot com and unmaskedhosting dot com web domains were registered within minutes of each other and were initially hosted on the same server with unmaskedhosting dot com serving as the name server for Breitbart Unmasked and other Kimberlin-related websites. Last year, the Breitbart Unmasked site was moved on to the same on-shore server that hosts jtmp dot com, velvetrevolution dot us, and other sites associated with the Kimberlin not-for-profits.

On 15 February, unmaskedhosting dot com was moved from the off-shore ISP that had hosted it for the past couple of years to an on-shore ISP. Yesterday, it ceased being the name server for such sites as hogewash dot net and theothermccain dot net. That job has been taken up by hogewash dot net. None of those Kimberlin-related hate/parody sites have been maintained since late last summer.

The unmaskedhosting dot com domain also served as the name server for globalpharma dot biz briefly in 2013.

UPDATE—There is a very obvious reason why unmaskedhosting dot com was move on-shore and disassociated from the Kimberlin-related web domains hosted in Holland. I hope to be able to share that reason with the Gentle Readers early next week.

Last Year’s Top Medical Stories


Here are the two top medical stories that Hogewash! talked about in 2013—

2. The Obamacare Website Will Be Managed by a Microsoft Executive What could go wrong? (20 December)

Your Healthcare Personal Assistant

Obamacare_Clippy.001Sigh.

1. Globalpharma Dot Biz Goes Dark The website on an overseas server that supported several websites associated with Brett Kimberlin and that offered commonly abused prescription drugs such as Ambien without a prescription closed down after a series of posts on Hogewash!. (18 October)

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Gentle Readers who have been following The Saga of The Dread Pirate Kimberlin lo these many months may remember posts about a website called globalpharma dot biz. This was a site for a company that appeared to have a physical presence in Arizona but whose website was hosted in Holland on the same server as the Kimberlin-related off-shore sites. It’s name server was unmaskedhosting dot com, a domain apparently owned or controlled by Brett Kimberlin. globalpharma dot biz offered to sell me Schedule IV prescription drugs for sale with no prescriptions required.

When I checked yesterday afternoon, the website was missing.globalpharma_miaA bit of digging turned up this interesting information about the domain’s name server history.

globalphama_ns

Change of ownership?

Hmmmmm.

UPDATE—Here’s a couple of interesting thoughts that popped up while reviewing The Dread Pirate Kimberlin’s RICO suit against me. Neither it nor the state lawsuit he has filed mention any of my writing about globalpharma dot biz.

Also, there’s an interesting coincidence in the timing of globalpharma dot biz going dark. It happened around the time the RICO suit was being drafted and filed. I wonder if a review of 18 USC 1961 had anything to do with the site going down?

As used in this chapter—

(1) “racketeering activity” means (A) any act or threat involving murder, kidnapping, gambling, arson, robbery, bribery, extortion, dealing in obscene matter, or dealing in a controlled substance or listed chemical (as defined in section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act), which is chargeable under State law and punishable by imprisonment for more than one year; … (D) any offense involving fraud connected with a case under title 11 (except a case under section 157 of this title), fraud in the sale of securities, or the felonious manufacture, importation, receiving, concealment, buying, selling, or otherwise dealing in a controlled substance or listed chemical (as defined in section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act), punishable under any law of the United States …

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Gentle Readers who have been following The Saga of The Dread Pirate Kimberlin lo these many months may remember posts about a website called globalpharma dot biz. This was a site for a company that appeared to have a physical presence in Arizona but whose website was hosted in Holland on the same server as the Kimberlin-related off-shore sites. It’s name server was unmaskedhosting dot com, a domain apparently owned or controlled by Brett Kimberlin. globalpharma dot biz offered to sell me Schedule IV prescription drugs for sale with no prescriptions required.

When I checked yesterday afternoon, the website was missing.globalpharma_miaA bit of digging turned up this interesting information about the domain’s name server history.globalphama_nsChange of ownership?

Hmmmmm.

UPDATE—Here’s a couple of interesting thoughts that popped up while reviewing The Dread Pirate Kimberlin’s RICO suit against me. Neither it nor the state lawsuit he has filed mention any of my writing about globalpharma dot biz.

Also, there’s an interesting coincidence in the timing of globalpharma dot biz going dark. It happened around the time the RICO suit was being drafted and filed. I wonder if a review of 18 USC 1961 had anything to do with the site going down?

As used in this chapter—

(1) “racketeering activity” means (A) any act or threat involving murder, kidnapping, gambling, arson, robbery, bribery, extortion, dealing in obscene matter, or dealing in a controlled substance or listed chemical (as defined in section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act), which is chargeable under State law and punishable by imprisonment for more than one year; … (D) any offense involving fraud connected with a case under title 11 (except a case under section 157 of this title), fraud in the sale of securities, or the felonious manufacture, importation, receiving, concealment, buying, selling, or otherwise dealing in a controlled substance or listed chemical (as defined in section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act), punishable under any law of the United States …

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


KimberlinDutchDomainsTeam Kimberlin seems to be simplifying its footprint on its Dutch server. The table on the left shows the sites that are still up and the one that was added over the summer.

globalpharma dot biz is a site for a company that seems to have its physical presence in Arizona. It offers various prescription drugs for sale over the Internet without requiring a prescription. All are schedule IV drugs commonly used for recreational purposes. The site was originally owned by an LLC registered in Delaware. The identity of the registrant is now protected. The current status of the Delaware entity is shown below.

GlobalPharmaDelaware

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


So where is the globalpharma dot biz operation? If you read the site’s About page, it talks about being registered with the GPhC and having a NHS contract. Those are UK organizations that have nothing to do with selling drugs in the U. S, and the GPhC has never heard of globalphrama dot biz. There’s a contact phone number on the website, 480-409-XXXX. That phone is supposed to be someplace in or near Scottsdale, Arizona. (When a member of the Vast Hogewash Research Organization called, “Robert” answered.) And here’s how they handle their free shipping.
timthumb.php-src=http_||www.globalpharma.biz|media|images|default|flexslider03.png&w=980&h=390 copyYep. Priority Mail is cheap, fast, and doesn’t leave a paper trail.

So it looks like someplace in Arizona there’s a small operation peddling a limited range of Schedule IV drugs without prescriptions required. But on the internet globalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Oh, it’s probably just a coincidence, but the servers for the US-hosted Kimberlin-related sites (except for pbrstreetgang dot org which just moved) are also in the Phoenix area.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Ambien is a trade name for the drug zolpidem. It is a short-acting hypnotic used to induce sleep. Zolpidem has a potential for abuse in recreational use when the drug is taken to achieve a “high.” Recreational users report that resisting the drug’s hypnotic effects can elicit vivid visuals and a body high. Users report decreased anxiety, mild euphoria, perceptual changes, visual distortions, and hallucinations. Chronic users of high doses are more likely to develop physical dependence on the drug. This may cause severe withdrawal symptoms, including seizures, if withdrawal is abrupt. It is a Schedule IV prescription drug. globalpharma dot biz offered to sell it to me without a prescription.ambien10globalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Hmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


globalpharma dot biz offered to sell me Tranax without a prescription. Tranax is a trade name for the anti-anxiety drug alprazolam (aka Xanax). There is a substantial risk of abuse and dependence in both patients and non-medical users of alprazolam. Its pharmacological properties, such being short-acting and having a rapid onset of action as well as high affinity binding and high potency, increase the potential for abuse. The physical dependence and withdrawal syndrome of alprazolam also adds to the addictive nature of the drug. The DEA places it on Schedule IV.Tranax

Note that the name of the drug is misspelled. It has been for months. I suspect that a legitimate pharmacy would have corrected such an error.

globalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


If an amphetamine substitute isn’t to your liking, globalphama dot biz can sell you something to chill you out. Diazepam. It’s original trade name was Valium. Diazepam is a drug of potential abuse and can cause serious problems of addiction, and as a result, it is a Schedule IV drug in the United States. globalpharma dot biz offered to sell it to me without a prescription.diazepam

globalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Hmmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


One of the drugs offered by globalpharma dot biz is phentermine. It is a prescription drug. Phentermine is a psychostimulant drug with pharmacology similar to amphetamine. It is used medically as an appetite suppressant. In the United States, it is classified as a Schedule IV controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act. The globalpharma site offers it without requiring a prescription.phentermineglobalpharma dot biz operates on the same Holland-based server as several Kimberlin-related sites and uses unmaskedhosting dot com as its name server. It’s been reported that for a brief period on 17 August, connections to globalpharma dot biz were being redirected to breitbartunmasked dot com.

Interesting connections.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


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.

globalpharmamenu

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.”

Hmmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


It seems that a domain called pbrstreetgang dot org has been used by Team Kimberlin as a name server for some of their other sites and also as an email server for internal communications. Over the past couple of weeks, that domain suffered a severe security breach.

For the past few days, access to the Kimberlin-related websites has been flaky, especially the US-hosted sites. Access has been possible for brief periods using anonymized browsers. Each time the sites pop up, the source code for at least some of the pages has been modified. It looks as if their US-hosted sites have blocked the IP I use for most of my browsing. I have service via four different ISPs, and two provide a different IP each time I connect.

Several interesting incidents have occurred. In one case, connections to the globalpharma dot biz site hosted in Holland were being forwarded to the Breitbart Unmasked website. Also, the Breitbart Unmasked site goes up and down with tandem with jtmp dot org and velvetrevolution dot us. I wonder if Brett Kimberlin will still claim that he doesn’t know who runs the Breitbart Unmasked site?

It’s taken some time to construct those additional pylons, but the sites seem stable for now.