John L. Smith

In the Physical World, Force = Mass x Acceleration In the Online World, Force = SEO + Reputation Management and Correction

I am a specialist in Search Engine Optimization and online reputation management and correction — potent forces that when combined can bring stunning results.

“Level the playing field by telling your side of the story.”

• Strong background in computer security, encryption / TSCM.
• Proponent of exercising and protecting First Amendment rights.

I’ve worked in the area of telecommunications management and monitoring services and provide for clients a proactive and systemic approach relating to the use, misuse and abuse of technology.

My experience over the past several decades has involved a wide range of clients, from high-profile private industrial and business leaders to law enforcement, government agencies and corporations, and large and small businesses.

John L. Smith’s $15 Million Bankruptcy

That’s right, you read this blog post headline correctly: “John L. Smith’s $15 Million Bankruptcy.”

While John L. Smith writes column upon column each week in the Las Vegas Review-Journal (LVRJ), his credibility has been directly compromised by an astonishingly large libel suit of $15 million. The actual figure that Smith tallied up in his bankruptcy filing is $15,644,671.00. That’s closer to $16 million than $15 million, but we’re giving the guy a break.

There are no fewer than 94 creditors listed in the “Schedule F” document of creditors holding claims against him. It goes on for 18 pages. You can read the details here: John L. Smith’s Bankruptcy.

All this, by the way, is publicly available information. All you have to do is look for it.