Up until 2006, the CyberSoup Network was a popular collection of sites on the internet, offering many free services to the public (forums, greeting cards, games, free profiles/websites and more). To the investors who hopped on board – with most of us being hardworking average folks with extremely modest incomes – we also enjoyed some free to extremely low cost marketing services, thanks to the generosity of the folks in charge of running the network.
Sometime in 2006, a Dutchman named Wim Dankbaar, who writes about President Kennedy’s assassination got into a tiff with a Cybersoup owner revolving around a financial investment and controversial aspects about Mr. Dankbaar’s promotions of a criminal by the name of James Files with respect to the presidential assassination. And apparently for a short time, even Wim Dankbaar himself was an investor in Cybersoup. We do believe he was also one of its investors who enjoyed free to low cost marketing services, at least for a short time before he decided to lie about his experiences here.
Instead of resolving his disputes in a gentlemanly fashion, Mr. Dankbaar publicly ranted abusively via the internet while tossing about one lie after another as to the integrity of Cybersoup’s owners, as he also attacked and harassed every single investor of Cybersoup, its various business associates, its bank representative, and even people who vaguely had anything to do with Cybersoup, such as those who were building free business profiles. Mr. Dankbaar had simply decided that if anyone had their name on a profile or website with a Cybersoup logo attached then they were fair game. He bandied their names across the internet and called members of our trustworthy crew “conman” and “conwoman”. Many of us investors received word from family and friends that they were being spammed with Mr. Dankbaar’s JFK promotional information and that they later found their names on a target list that called them Cybersoup’s fellow “cons”.
Then Wim Dankbaar claimed that Cybersoup’s owners made up lies about him and his family on the internet so he used this made up excuse to step up his attacks and he began posting to toxic scam sites.
Mr. Dankbaar had been promoting his JFK assassination products long before he ever associated himself with Cybersoup and it’s entirely likely that whoever allegedly posted about him way back then were enemies he made in the process. But it had nothing whatsoever to do with Cybersoup or any of its owners. We were all too busy trying to save the company from the damage he was causing.
With all of his ever increasing number of lies filling the internet, Cybersoup began a slow decline and Mr. Dankbaar laughed and patted himself on the back as he saw the hopes and dreams of the company’s small investors eventually perish in the cyber-winds.
In 2009, Wim Dankbaar’s vicious libel caught the eye of a disgruntled website owner who had recently done business with the former Cybersoup owner and felt “cheated” or so she says. Her name is April Kelley of Battle Creek, Michigan. She got together with Wim Dankbaar and through his urging, went on a rant of her own, attacking Cybersoup, which was no longer in business and all of the people formerly associated with it, just as Mr. Dankbaar had done. Only in this case, Mrs. Kelley who since then changed her name to April Jenesis, went even further than Mr. Dankbaar. Mrs. Jenesis claimed the owners were directly tied to President Kennedy’s assassination; that they belonged to the Charles Manson cult and were ambassadors of some other crazy cult embassy; that they were gay lovers who did pornography and owned thousands of porn sites; that they were spying on her and breaking into her home computer and bank account and stealing her blind, among many other disgusting lies, all the time being egged on by Wim Dankbaar.
April Kelley or April Jenesis even made a repulsive video that she posted. She looks and sounds clearly insane. She and Wim Dankbaar have stated publicly that they intend to destroy everyone formerly associated with Cybersoup and any business they intend to engage in from now until the end of time. They even threatened to destroy the reputation of respected journalist Judd McIlvain and tried to blackmail him into disassociating himself from Cybersoup. Mr. McIlvain was receiving marketing services from the company.
WE FORMER INVESTORS state categorically, that our network operated with the utmost integrity at all times and that the people associated with it were not “conmen” or “conwomen” as Wim Dankbaar and April Kelley / April Jenesis claim. The network occasionally struggled, as most internet sites did at that time, to keep current technologically and build a customer base, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t popular. Those two vicious detractors, Wim Dankbaar and April Kelley/April Jenesis, deserve to be called out for who they are. They are LIARS, plain and simple. And anyone reading or hearing their sick lies should read this story, the true story. The people formerly associated with Cybersoup had the highest integrity back then and they still do today.
WE FORMER INVESTORS will only use our initials in signing this document. We cannot afford to be viciously harassed and abused and have our lives further disrupted in the same disgusting manner that other Cybersoup investors have. WE STAND FIRM against the vicious defamers: Wim Dankbaar and April Kelley/April Jenesis. We say: “Go back under the rocks from which you crawled out and leave all of us alone.”