On or about March 26, 2016, it was discovered that a document containing background check information on well-known Sandy Hook researcher Keith Johnson was posted to PDF sharing site PdfSR.com. The file indicates that the information was obtained using the LexisNexis credentials of law firm Dial & Associates P.C. in Anaheim.
The upload, which has since been removed, was accompanied by these details.
On March 28 I emailed Stephen Dial requesting a comment on this matter. He declined to respond, unless you consider him (or whoever manages his firm’s social media) blocking me on Google+ to be a response. Since nobody’s talking, let’s start by listing what we know:
- The report was run on 3/19/2015.
- The details of the now-removed file indicated that it was uploaded on 4/23/2015. The uploader attempted to implicate C.W. Wade.
- During this period, a person calling herself Lois Endress Dial was active in Tony Mead’s pedostalker Facebook group. Ms. Dial works at Dial & Associates, P.C.
Lois Endress Dial is insane, judging from this gem. Lovecraft himself couldn’t have come up with something this weird.
I have also received information that Lois herself has commented on her own mental illness beginning at about age 50, though I have been unable to locate these posts. Please share if you find any.
Now the wild speculation. I’d say Lois looked up Keith’s info in March 2015, either at somebody’s request or of her own volition. This was circulated among the idiots and then uploaded, without Lois’ knowledge, in an effort to drive a wedge between Keith and Wade. As this was at the height of Jeff Dryden’s (aka Salisbury, MD village idiot Santino Freda)’s legendary war against everything, Dryden may have been the uploader. And now that the leak has been discovered, Lois is frantically running interference and answering Stephen’s phone and emails and praying to God that he doesn’t find out what exactly the hell she is doing when she’s online.
Anybody discussed here is invited to weigh and and correct me where I’m wrong. I particularly urge Mr. Dial to address the matter. Data breaches are bad enough; it is much worse to pretend it never happened. Most California businesses notify out-of-state residents of a breach, even though they’re not legally required to. That’s just responsible business. Dial & Associates, P.C., should do the same.