Criminal Complaint Filed Against Qanon Influencer George News
The New Mexico Office of Attorney General has received a Criminal Complaint against George News CEO and Qanon Influencer Marcus Goldfinch
Albuquerque, NM -- Far-right news outlet George News is at the center of a criminal complaint filed by a podcaster who claims his identity, trademarks, copyrights, and even his recorded voice were appropriated by the company CEO Marcus Goldfinch
He allegedly violated New Mexico Statutes Chapter 30. Criminal Offenses § 30-16-24.1., which is Theft of identity; obtaining identity by electronic fraud as part of a multiyear malicious cyberstalking campaign. The complaint submitted by Infinite Plane Radio host Tim Ozman explains the nature of the alleged crimes:
“This criminal complaint is based on these facts: Marcus P Goldfinch used electronic fraud to steal my business name and convince Youtube, LLC he was the owner of my podcast, my voice, and my content. Using my stolen identity, likeness, and voice, he falsely represented my work as his and he enlisted the help of Youtube’s Legal Dept to falsely and illegally obtain my copyrights and trademarks. From 2018 to the present, he has represented himself as me on Youtube.com and holds my copyrights in their view. Additionally, Marcus P Goldfinch committed wire fraud by soliciting donations to a Paypal account registered to his email address by deceiving website visitors and stealing their money under false pretenses that he was me.”
Marcus P. Goldfinch is the proprietor of George News, a Qanon influencer and Insurrectionist with more than a quarter million followers on Telegram https://t.me/georgenews.