Michael Yury Janitch is known online as Dutchsinse. Dutchsinse is a conspiracy theorist or Hoaxer who pushes debunked claims about Sandy Hook. This scammer and fraud also spreads fear with false earthquake predictions based on his scam pseudoscience.
He likes asking for money and promotes himself as a HAARP expert, despite refusing to reveal and qualifications.
A couple of OLD MEN ONLINE will make you rethink the Truth Movement. Predator trolls ganging up on the weak.
As the lights begin to shine brighter on Montagraph and Agent19, gun threats are made against certain YouTubers.
Two of the biggest bullies you will run into and the most hateful pair around… Montagraph and Agent19… are back to their old tricks; targeting, stalking and bullying people they view as weaker than them is the oldest trick in their playbooks. Since the beginning days of YouTube, Montagraph has taken it upon himself to act as the Official Internet Police Officer. The only problem with this position is, nobody elected him and Montagraph loves to throw his weight around. Illegal take-downs on videos and photos, along with posts and/or comments, are flagged… there are a few tricks he’s been pulling on unsuspecting people who have opinions transmitted over the internet. Montagraph has opinions that change like the seasons. He is a tricky one who is willing to share some of the more sinister tricks with his gang of cyber thugs, but for the most part, Monty is a two-main troll-team with Agent19, both benefiting from harassment.
Caliberhitter (Felix Pantaleon, NY) joins a dating site using his FAKE YouTube handle! Is a predator trying to hide their identity from the ladies… and men!?
Internet Predator, Felix Pantaleon AKA 22caliberhitter, preys upon the guys and gals of Match.com
Dating with the help of a computer can be awfully embarrassing or risky. Hey, nobody is judging anybody’s journey into online romance. It’s a jungle out there, right? People sign up to narrow the field and order up their potential mate like a pizza. There are those who are shy and others who have busy schedules. Some find it easier to shop for love in the comfort of their own home. And let’s forget about the horndogs hoping for a midnight booty call… for now!
Match.com’s latest bachelor is a cyber-stalking, idiot internet-troll reject named “Caliberhitter.” Felix Pantaleon, Jr. (a 31 year old, single, Dominican male) is Caliberhitter. Pantaleon lives in Washington Heights, New York and is quickly running out of options everywhere he turns. Why Caliberhitter recently joined the dating website Match.com is anyone’s guess. He was doing fine without it, afterall, the woman-disrespecting scumbag was totally screwing himself HARD on the daily… and was doing it for years.
A notorious Sandy Hook hoaxer is better known as a suspected domestic terrorist. In February 2015, David Lenio took to Twitter, making horrific threats to massacre school children in Kalispell, Montana as well as shoot local rabbis. He was arrested by a state and federal task force before he could carry out his threat, for which he was well armed and had gone to retrieve his weapons and ammunition. He served five months in Montana’s Flathead County Detention Center before being inexplicably released into the custody of his father, a rich investment banker named Remos Joseph Lenio. He now lives with his parents in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he works as a restaurant cook and continues to obsess on the mass murder of school children and the killing of Jews.
His current Twitter handle is @PsychicDogTalk4. Twitter has banned his previous accounts, @PsychicDogTalk, @PyschicDogTalk2, and @PsychicDogTalk3, for violating their Terms of Service with his hateful threats. The following information comes from a well-documented, first-person magazine story of an encounter with a young man who harbored grim fantasies and made national news. At the time of his Twitter threats, Lenio was a line cook in a restaurant who falsely claimed he was homeless and blamed his economic struggles on Jews. In a Twitter bio, he indicated his support for 9/11 conspiracism and described himself as “a potential terrorist.” FBI studies show that terrorists, including school shooters, often signal their intentions in advance—sometimes to peers or authority figures, and other times to complete strangers. David Lenio seemed to fit the profile, with the dozens of threatening tweets he’d posted since arriving in Kalispell. On February 14, 2015, Lenio tweeted about shooting up a school and executing grade school kids. Eventually, state and federal law enforcement officers tracked him down and arrested him before he could act on any of his horrific fantasies.