Palm Beach PD Gang release Epstein Affidavit



I’ve been doing a little bit of back and forth with Ryan Burgoon from the Palm Beach PD gang. They’ve titled him “detective”– a title which I understand you receive after a long hazing practice, and the promise of stolen money which they call a pension. It looks like they’ve sent him something for me from a fellow gang-member called an affidavit. At any rate, this is what Ryan sent to me today.

Good afternoon Mr. Webber,

I received this email today from my Records Department in regards to your request.  I also spoke with the State Attorneys office today and they are requesting that I file the criminal mischief charges with them in the form of a warrant.  With this being said you do not need to come to Palm Beach PD to sign any paperwork when you are down here handling the Miami case. If the State Attorney’s office decides to follow through with the charges you will be contacted and instructed on what to do.
Email me if you have any questions.
Detective Ryan Burgoon
———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Ashlee Justice <>
Date: Dec 30, 2019 1:39 PM
Subject: 19-1629 – Open Investigation
To: Ryan Burgoon <>

Attached is the face sheet for case #19-1629. At this time, the only thing available for Records on the case you’ve referred to is the face sheet. 19-1629 is still an open investigation and an arrest has not been made. In cases where an agency has made an arrest are still considered “under investigation” by the SAO. All documents and evidence submitted to the SAO during filing are part of the “discovery” process. Therefore, per FSS 119.071(2)(C)1, the only item that is a public record regarding the case where an arrest is made is the probable cause affidavit. Requests for ANY Evidence or Reports should be directed to the SAO. At the moment, a probable cause affidavit cannot be provided due to an arrest not being made at this time, which means just the face sheet is available for release.

Ashlee Justice

Records Specialist

345 S. County Road

Palm Beach, Fl. 33480

P: 561-227-6465


My response:

So, the State Attorney’s Office is requesting that you file a warrant, but you also have to wait to see if their office will follow through. Does this mean that you plan to file a warrant, which undergoes some approval process, or is it simply a question of them deciding whether the case is worth pursuing?
Also, since the Epstein Estate House Manager, (Carluz Toylo), is claiming $500 in damage, I must reiterate that hairspray would’ve come off in a minute with a garden hose. So, unless Carluz is getting paid $500 per minute, his claims are totally out of whack. Feel free to pass that along to the State Attorney’s Office.
palmbeach affidavit

Rod Webber for sale.


Since I’ve been de-platformed from YouTube, I’ve been conducting an experiment to try to better understand the filthy shark-infested media-ecosystem we are swimming in. Upon receiving media requests, I’ve answered as many as I can, including those seeking payment to aggregate my material. I incredibly dislike the thought of this, since in hte age of the click, the job of corporate media has become to take your material and reconstruct it to the point that one might confuse it with one of Hannah Höch’s Dadaist collages.
Case in point: I interviewed the Trump supporters protesting outside the Biden rally last night. Among them was a police officer named Steve who had a shouting match with Biden for a couple minutes. To me, that was the big the story.
I posted my video to an aggregator called NewsFlare which changed the title of the video from, “Protesters confront Joe Biden at NH rally,” to “US Presidential candidate Joe Biden heckled at campaign rally in New Hampshire: ‘Don’t touch kids you pervert.'”
Though, this isn’t a lie, it takes the events out of context, and totally omits that Will Turbitt from “Demand the Truth” (who stated “I hate Trump”) was the one saying, “Don’t touch kids you pervert.”
From there, NewsFlare sold the video to The New York Post for £45.00, who put the focus entirely on Will’s comments, and apparently it’s been sent out to a number of other outlets like DailyMotion.
I don’t know Will aside from last night, and might not agree with him on everything, but he’s a smart guy, and you can see that I even shared one of his videos interviewing Barrett Brown last week.
What’s sad about this little experiment is that I already know how sloppy and irresponsible the corporate media is. We can see that corporate media is fixated on the sensational aspects of the story. The question becomes, is it worth continuing the experiment knowing it’s negative results in advance? Since I have had my platform removed, is it necessary to work with corporate media to expose them? Will anyone listen? What about those who get thrown under the bus? Is anyone whatsoever paying attention?
Also… I asked Biden about time travel… So, there’s that.

Joe Biden speaks about time travel from Rod Webber on Vimeo.

The conflicts of interest of judge who put Assange in jail.


 Assange’s case has been presided over by Emma Arbuthnot, the wife of James Arbuthnot, who has financial stake in companies exposed by WikiLeaks. Emma is now out for conflict of interests. 

If you’re too lazy to click over, here’s what the Daily Maverick reported: “Lady Arbuthnot has recently appointed a district judge to rule on Assange’s extradition case, but remains the supervising legal figure in the process. According to the UK courts service, the chief magistrate is ‘responsible for… supporting and guiding district judge colleagues.’”

The report said that Arbuthnot’s husband, Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom, a former British defense minister, “has financial links to the British military establishment, including institutions and individuals exposed by WikiLeaks.” It said the judge herself had also received gifts “including from a military and cybersecurity company exposed by WikiLeaks.”

…and here’s more Daily Maverick reporting from Friday:

“The son of Lady Emma Arbuthnot, the Westminster chief magistrate overseeing the extradition proceedings of Julian Assange, is the vice-president and cyber-security adviser of a firm heavily invested in a company founded by GCHQ and MI5 which seeks to stop data leaks, it can be revealed.

Alexander Arbuthnot’s employer, the private equity firm Vitruvian Partners, has a multimillion-poundinvestment in Darktrace, a cyber-security company which is also staffed by officials recruited directly from the US National Security Agency (NSA) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

These intelligence agencies are behind the US government’s prosecution of Julian Assange for publishing secret documents. Darktrace has also had access to two former UK prime ministers and former US President Barack Obama.

The revelations raise further concerns about potential conflicts of interests and appearance of bias concerning Lady Arbuthnot and the ties of her family members to the UK and US military and intelligence establishments. Lady Arbuthnot’s husband is Lord James Arbuthnot, a former UK defence minister who has extensive links to the UK military community.

As far as is known, Lady Arbuthnot has failed to disclose any potential conflicts of interest in her role overseeing Assange’s case. However, UK legal guidance states that “any conflict of interest in a litigious situation must be declared.’”





The Alleged Epstein Affidavit


If you have followed along with the case, you are already aware that I was arrested for writing “Epstien didn’t kill himself “in red lipstick at the Perotten Gallery at Art Basel on December 8, 2019.

On December 10, 2019 I went to the mansion of  the late Jeffrey Epstein (a convicted pedophile, with connections to Donald Trump and other rich and powerful men involved in US and global politics),  and wrote, “Epstain didn’t kill himself,”  using harmless hairspray, which would’ve washed off in the rain.

A few days later, I received a phone call from Detective Ryan Burgoon at the Palm Beach, FL police department  claiming I had damaged the  property of the Jeffrey Epstein estate.  He also informed me that it was necessary that I cooperate with him when I head back to Florida, or face a potential warrant for my arrest.  Here is my most recent email to him, written about 10 minutes ago.

Hi Ryan Burgoon—

I’ve received paperwork stating that I need to be in Miami on Jan 2nd at 9:45 am for my arraignment. This is regarding my totally unnecessary December 8th arrest for writing “Epstien didn’t kill Himself” on Perottin Gallery’s banana wall at Art Basel. 

I’m happy to cooperate with you in any way you like. However, as I stated in our telephone conversation, (a week or so ago), regarding the affidavit which you claim was filed by the estate of Jeffrey Epstein alleging I did damage to the property of the late Mr. Epstein, the Epstein Estate is simply mistaken. To the contrary, the spray used in the video you referenced, (alledgedly prompting Epstein’s affidavit), is harmless hairspray available at Party City, or any other outlet of mirth and merriment. The hair spray should’ve come off with a single rinse. 

You also claim that the estate hired someone to paint the Epstein guard-fence. Not only was this unnecessary, if this happened, it destroyed evidence, and I am sure you will be charging the Epstein Estate with destruction of evidence in an ongoing investigation.

Lastly, you claim that I am not entitled to see the affidavit by the Epstein Estate, since this is an ongoing investigation, (in your words). For the record, I am requesting a copy to be emailed to me as soon as possible, since this will likely factor into my January 2nd arraignment.

Please make future contact by email. I want all of this in writing.


Rod Webber

*How many will catch this fun misspelling? 😉

It should be noted, under Florida law, vandalism is known as “criminal mischief.” It is defined as “the willful and malicious destruction of property belonging to another person.” This definition includes graffiti or any other type of vandalism. The level of charge and the penalties associated with this crime will depend on the amount of damage caused. Since nothing was willfully destroyed, it is neither vandalism, nor criminal mischief.

I should’ve written, “I’m happy to cooperate with you in any way I am required to by law,” but I can update him in our next communication.

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Epstein‘s estate files affidavit against artist


I wasn’t going to do a  gofundme — but alas, Perrotin Gallery has confiscated my art, and refuses to return it. Furthermore, if Epstein’s Estate can go after me, why can’t Epstein’s victims go after Epstein’s Estate?  Here is the link, if you would like to help out.

Basel “Vandal”

The backstory: On December 8th, I used lipstick to create a new work of art at the Perrotin Gallery at Art Basel in Miami featuring the words, “EPSTIEN DIDNT KILL HIMSELF.”  The day before, (Dec. 7), David Datuna created a new piece of art by eating a piece of art at Perrotin called “Comedian,” valued at $120,000. Perrotin did not press charges. This set precedent. Anyone who wanted to create a work of art could do so, even if it damaged a piece of art in the process. I was subsequently arrested by Miami PD, and charged with “criminal mischief between $200-$1000.” I spent the night in jail, and paid $615 to a bail bondsman, ($500 plus his $115 fee).

I live-streamed the entire process, and created a video which includes my attempt to get on the ballot in New Hampshire as EPSTEINDIDNTKILLHIMSELF WEBBER, and my interview with Joe Biden in which I ask him if he plans to open up an investigation into the murder of Jeffrey Epstein.


On December 10th, I wrote the words, “EPSTAIN DIDNT KILL HIMSELF” on the gates of Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion.

This afternoon, an “officer” named Burgoon from the Palm Beach Police called me to say that Epstein’s estate had sent them an affidavit, and would be pressing charges for the same thing, “criminal mischief between $200-$1000.”

Ironically, Epstein’s Estate (brother) hired a pathologist to say Epstein didn’t kill himself.

My arraignment for the Dec 8 piece of art is January 2nd, 2020.

My only option for video on this site is YouTube. Unfortunately, my YouTube account has been permanently suspended for “hate speech,” despite the video in question being critical of offensive speech.

Potential fines for these “art crimes” are up to $1000 each, and the travel alone could easily be up to $1000, making the total cost $3000, (even while representing myself pro se).

Any funds over this amount will go toward my continuing artistic endeavors.
Additional art for sale at

Press Statement re: Epstein Mansion


In the course of my documentary filmmaking during the past couple of years, I have been arrested more than half a dozen times and I’ve been raided twice by the FBI. 

The first in the series of incidents was for an arrest at a non-Trump rally. I asked, “did you know I was roughed up at your previous rally?” Trump responded, “you look healthy to me,” and then his goons proceeded to throw me over a table and rough me up with the police. Remember— it wasn’t even his rally. Later, I asked to press charges, and the Manchester police performed a retaliatory arrest. I now have a federal lawsuit against Trump, the police and all the others involved. Dozens of mainstream journalists filmed the incident, but barely anyone reported. 

For passing out flowers at the RNC, I was falsely accused by the FBI of throwing urine at “the Alex Jones riot.” They showed up with twenty agents carrying AR-15s. All for being a documentarian.

At the inauguration, I was falsely accused of having a bomb. More nonsense for being a documentarian.

In August, I was falsely arrested while filming the protest to the Straight Pride rally in Boston. Two days later, Youtube permanently deleted my account for exposing the group who put on the parade. I was then arrested in the court for asserting my first amendment right to a religious covering. The case went up to the supreme judicial court and I won. Now, the judge from the lower court is being investigated. 

I was kidnapped by mercenaries at Standing Rock. That was a case of a corporation taking over a small police army. Barely any reporting by the corporate news about that either. I won that too. 

Nearly every incident in this time frame, has been caught on video, and each and every time, we can see that I am arrested for doing the job which is supposed to belong to you, and those who call themselves journalists. However— as Noam Chomsky would point out, “there is an acceptable spectrum of discussion which is allowed, and no more.” 

When someone like myself asks tough questions, I am forcibly silenced. Even through the reporting on the Art Basel story, we can see that dozens of news outlets simply parroted the “official” narrative put out by the police. If this is what passes for journalism, then we have entered a dark age of disinformation.

I don’t know for certain what happened with Jeffrey Epstein, but the meme is a symbol. The government has proven over and over again that it cannot be trusted. So, why should we believe the “official “narrative put out by the government? Shouldn’t it be the job of journalists to keep this story hot? Shouldn’t it be the job of any citizen of earth to be asking these questions for the sake of fellow humans?

My arrests have been for no more than speaking truth to power. But, since the corporate news refuses to do their job, it is now necessary for acts of civil disobedience, to keep these stories alive.

The police have not contacted me.


New York Times swipes at YouTube journalists

The New York Times just published an article written by former InfoWars contributor Josh Owens.

For the uninitiated, InfoWars are probably best known for spreading debunked conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook shooting. Theorizing about conspiracy, on the one hand, is the cornerstone of critical-thinking. You may have noticed, it’s what lawyers are engaged in during half their cases. That said, the “official” narrative of a government with such a long history of lies and deceit should absolutely be challenged for every statement they make, so long as you don’t start spreading those lies yourself. Those who push dangerous narratives which don’t align with available evidence rightfully should be treated with extreme skepticism. Alex Jones is the perfect example.

The article itself is a confessional, portraying Jones as a blowhard and a drunk, which by all accounts he is. The thing which is troublesome about the article is that The New York times are using Owens and his experiences at InfoWars to paint YouTubers with a broad brush as conspiracy nuts— and The New York times as some kind of moral arbiter of truth. It doesn’t come right out and say it, but they invited Owens to write the column so they could take a swipe at independent journalism published on YouTube.

Let us not forget The New York Times and their lies about weapons of mass destruction, or the myth propagated that Hillary Clinton was electable, or that Donald Trump’s bloviations and empty podiums were more important than Sanders’ speeches attended by thousands. And how could we forget the lies of omission, which are omitted every day? The US’s extraterritorial reach in the Julian Assange case— it’s probably not worth much coverage— according to the Times.

I vaguely know Josh Owens because in May of 2016, at a rally in Lawrenceville New Jersey, he asked to interview me regarding who I thought would win the 2016 election. I initially said, “no, you’re InfoWars, you’ll take me out of context.” Then I said to him, “on second thought, if I did, will you show the whole video in context?” 

He said, “yes,” to which I responded, “okay, I’ll do it, but I’m going to film you filming me to prove that InfoWars takes interviews out of context.”

Sure enough, when I watched the video later, they cut me off right after I said Trump would win. I still wholeheartedly stand by my statements, but Owens cut out my explanation as to why I thought this was a very bad thing. It wasn’t as bad as CNN has done to me— but getting into that would be getting into the broader discussion of manufacturing consent… And I would post the video, but my Youtube has wrongfully been terminated for “hate speech.”

I still keep in touch with one of the other field reporters, who I just finished texting with regarding the article. I’ll call him Bob. Bob, (like Owens), is also young and conflicted, and I’ve been very clear with him from day one that Alex Jones is full of shit. He’s expressed regret that Trump won, saying, “he promised peace, and he hasn’t made good on that.”

I don’t want to disclose too many of Bob’s secrets, but according to him, Owens was an enthusiastic participant in his work at InfoWars, getting excited to take down the Muslims in the Detroit story, and many other pieces he contributed to.

You may be asking yourself, why do I keep in contact with these people? Simple. Bob and all the other frenmeies I have made on the campaign trail instinctually understand that there is something wildly fraudulent about the “official” narrative which is pumped out by the corporate media/government propaganda symbiot. Bob’s conclusions are worrisome, but without the conversations that we have had, the entirety of this little InfoWars media cabal might legitimately think we’re all lizard people. That I got him to admit that InfoWars’ support of Trump was a mistake isn’t nothing. It’s not an avalanche, but it isn’t nothing. I do not believe the narrative that “none of these people can be reasoned with.”

Regardless of Owens’ motives, the fact that he wrote this article is proof that there is hope for all people, even if the corporate new/ government propaganda symbiot swallows us all and drowns us in the lake of fire. Moreover, a free and democratic society mustn’t make limitations on speech, so long as it does not incite violence. YouTubers as a whole, are not working to incite violence— but this article by the Times, (in my opinion ), most certainly is an attempt to marginalize their free speech. It is certainly their “right” to do so. But as corporate media and government continue to merge, think critically about articles like Owens’ piece in the Times, and what is it the Times is attempting to achieve.