More indefensible "free speech" from Loony Coldwell
Leonard Coldwell, fake doctor and real scammer, has just revealed, on Facebook, something many of us suspected: He is indeed withholding the latest Kevin Trudeau court documents from his gaudy web site because he thinks that this somehow gives him an advantage over two critical bloggers whom he fears. You will probably have to click on the picture to enlarge it enough to read his semi-literate ramblings.
The alleged dangerous psychopath Lenny mentions in his little neener-neener is Bernie O'Mahony of GINtruth.com (who has comments of his own about that right here). The alleged ex-hooker with AIDS is yours truly of this very Whirled. I know this because Lenny has made similar references to both of us on numerous occasions. Little Lenny put this post on Abe Husein's wall the evening of April 8, 2013, and Abe can't remove it right now because he has been blocked from Facebook.
But let this be yet another record of Coldwell's intelligence level and professionalism (or lack thereof on both counts). Not to mention his utter lack of maturity. Not exactly the type of "leader" whose seekrit klub you'd want to pay to join. Or even join for free. Just sayin'.
PS ~ Omri at Glancingweb has some words about Lenny's "new" vitamin enterprise, the egregiously overpriced Active Champions line (or the Chumplements, as some of us like to call them). Omri quotes the little marketing fib that Lenny's pal Peter told to make the vitamins sound as if they're truly new and unique, and as if Lenny sacrificed blood, sweat, tears, and untold treasure for the good of the world. Omri also mentions that Universal Formulas, which packages Lenny's beloved Bepure "cleanse," got a warning letter from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) a few years back for peddling one of Lenny's supplement frauducts. More about that later on this Whirled when I get around to it. For now, business and real life call!
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