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The Alleged Crimes Of Ali Alexander Will Be Adjudicated By Law Now
An update on the grifting groomer
The Johnstown, Colorado Police Department has confirmed to the Daily Dot that an investigation of Ali Alexander, born Ali Abdul Razaq Akbar, for soliciting sexual images and video from underage adolescent males, is currently “active.”
The Daily Beast reported last Monday that Aidan Duncan was 15 years old when Ali Akbar/Alexander tried to convince him to send an image of his penis in 2017. Duncan tweeted on Tuesday that he had filed a complaint with police. If Ali is a federal informant, as I suspect may be the case, then his handlers had better reconsider their protection.
Five more small developments deserve mention here.
A longtime friend of this website contacted me last week. Ever since the saga of Ali began over a decade ago, “I have been walking around saying, ‘It wasn't about winning for me, it was always about STOPPING HIM’ to myself and the cat, and” their spouse, the reader says.
Bill Schmalfelt, a journalist who covered Ali a decade ago and even wrote an ebook about his career in petty theft and nonprofit grift, also left a comment clarifying the Karl Rove “connection.”
Back in the day when all of this was going on, I posted that photo of Akbar wearing the Obama mask, waving $20 bills in somebody's face. I intended to use that photo to promote some merchandise on the website Zazzle. Zazzle took my image down, claiming it was intellectual property claimed by someone else. I asked them who made the claim, and I was informed it was Karl Rove and was given the email address of the person who made the claim. It was a staffer for Mr Rove. I wrote to that staffer and asked how Mr Rove could make a claim on the image of someone else. The staffer wrote back to me and said Mr Rove took the photo and therefore he owned the copyright to it.
Again, this “connection” is tendentious at best and responsible reporters should stop mentioning it.
Third, a source from the old days clarified that the young man who first triggered my own reporting about Ali’s predilection for boys came into contact with him through “a church thing” in Georgia. Ali called the relationship “mentoring.”
The legacy of damage continues. “Ali wrecked C.J. Pearson's life,” my source wrote, “and C.J. doesn't even know it. How many lives will C.J. wreck in return?”
Fourth, filmmaker Ladd Ehlinger tells me he has a documentary video about Ali coming out this week. I will post it here when he is finished.
Finally, here is a screenshot of pure cope:
William Hoge, the man in Maryland who tried to sue me for reporting on his association with Ali Akbar/Alexander and their various contrived legal disputes with Brett Kimberlin a decade ago, is playing dumb here. “Adjudicated” used to be Hoge’s favorite word. I wonder how he feels about it now?
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