Original blog article that caused the damns to break in Georgia:
12/26/12: The To the Maximus Foundation received two cease and desist letters on Friday, December 21, 2012 as a response to the blog article posted on the 18th.
I was at Glenbard North High School all day, conducting seven, exhausting presentations to educate our young on the dangers of synthetic drugs and save lives. While I was trying to protect others, they were worried about protecting themselves.
One of the letters was from the attorneys of Jeannine Lowery Malone and the other fromWilson George’s attorneys.
George was opposed to some questions we wrote in our last blog article. Our questions speculated about why a former Counter Narcotics Intelligence agent would be working with/for Tommy Malone Jr., a self-admitted, convicted drug trafficker. I retracted the speculative questions.
However, I still question his judgement and code of ethics. I don’t believe it’s a stretch to speculate why George would continue his employment with a man that has admittedly been trafficking drugs, especially when Malone is exactly what he had been fighting against during his 17 year career with the U.S. Coast Guard. If someone is worried about their image or career, why work for a drug trafficker? Your choice though! Additionally, the letter from George’s attorney called Mr. Malone an “alleged” drug trafficker. He is not *alleged* to have been a drug trafficker. He is, IN FACT, a self-admitted, convicted, drug trafficker. My mother always said “You lay down with dogs, you get fleas.”
Tommy Malone Jr. and Drew Green Plea Agreements:
Having said that, this is where the retraction ends.
Regarding the second letter, it seems that Jeannine Lowery Malone, wife of self-admitted, convicted drug dealer Tommy Malone Jr., has objection to our use of the family photo in our last blog article. Mrs. Malone claims not to be a public figure, which otherwise allows for the use of personal photos. She also objected to what they called my ”weak effort” to blur her daughter’s face.
The photo in question was taken from Facebook, whose rules are “When you publish content or information using the Public setting (which she did), it means that you are allowing everyone, including people off of facebook, to access and use that information, and to associate it with you (i.e. your name and profile picture).” The photo was used as Tommy Malone’s profile photo and Jeannine Malone’s facebook album, which was set to ‘public.’
Additionally, if Mrs. Malone objected to the use of a family photo, she might have wanted to tell her husband, who published a family photo on his website, tommymalonejr.com until early on December 24th, when the site was pulled. As you can see, the website is not some obscure site with a random name. The website bears his name, which has appeared in the news on numerous occasions, because of his drug trafficking and the deaths that have allegedly resulted.
We protected Mrs. Malone’s daughter more than she and her greedy, sociopathic
husband, the drug trafficker. Tommy never blurred his daughter’s face and kept herimage on his namesake website even after he was indicted and plead guilty. My mom also said “When you point a finger at someone, three fingers are pointing back.”
If I found out that my husband was a drug dealer, I would have divorced him immediately. And, if I didn’t know until it hit the news, then I’d be divorced before the first news segment was done airing.
If Mrs. Malone had concern for the children that were buying her husband’s drugs, Dakota Dyer may still be alive. I find it hard to believe that someone, including Mrs. Malone, couldn’t stop Tommy from trafficking in drugs. And, let’s not forget the catastrophic side effects that were causing devastation in families throughout the 25 states where he did business.
There are no words for the pain that my family and I have lived through. To add the grief and devastation of so many others is sometimes more than I can bare. The collective pain of so many people can be overwhelming. And then, when you add the evil that is in the minds of so many drug dealers, who carelessly destroy the lives of others for profit, it is often more than the human psyche can handle.
But, there is work to be done that involves writing about this experience and bringing awareness to this evil industry. That is one of the things that the To the Maximus Foundation does. Until now, we’ve never been confronted by anyone involved in the industry or those that enable or profit from their misdeeds.
However, I do have to thank Jeannine Malone for drawing attention to herself.
Before December 21st, I had made the incorrect assumption that she was the pretty, stay-at-home wife that spent her days getting manicures, pedicures and massages and spending his chunk of the $20+ million that the feds are seizing. My only objection was to the fact that she turned a blind eye while her husband preyed on our young.
Jeannine Malone remained married to Tommy after March 1, 2011, when the feds added specific chemicals used to make synthetic drugs and their analogues to the Schedule 1 list, making him an official drug dealer. Malone’s company began using different chemicals with the intent of selling a substance that was substantially similar in both chemical structure and effect on the central nervous system. He has also admitted to stamping “Not for Human Consumption” on his drugs and calling them incense and potpourri for the purpose of intentionally misleading authorities and the public about the product’s true intended use, which was for human consumption. (The Federal Analogue Act only applies to products that are intended for human consumption.) He also used marketing techniques that intentionally marketed to our youth, using the Karate Kid character, Mr. Miyagi.
She remained married to him after the state of West Virginia filed an injunction in April of 2012 against Malone’s company, banning him from doing business in their state. It was all over the news, as of April 30, 2012. Malone continued to manufacture his drugs and Mrs. Malone continued to turn a blind eye.
She remained married to him despite the numerous reports of catastrophic emergencies as a result of the very synthetic drugs that her husband was manufacturing throughout the years and after his company was publicly called out in the media.
She remained married to Tommy Malone Jr. after several deaths in her home state of Georgia resulted from the use of “synthetic marijuana” during the spring of 2012.
She remain married to him in May of 2012, while Lance Dyer bombarded the media with the reports of his son’s death at the ripe age of 14, as a result of smoking the very product that her husband manufactured, “Mr. Miyagi.”
Mr. Dyer screamed to all of media “Holy Cow!! Grab your children and have a serious talk. You are not going to believe what they are selling at the local gas station, convenient store, tobacco shop and from anyone else who is void of a conscience. Poison sprayed on leaves!”
She remained married to him after the Georgia Pharmacy Board passed an emergency order banning specific synthetic chemicals which were used to produce his product and the board has continued to add chemicals to the order as they appear on the market.
She remained married to Tommy after Deborah Walton took her story to the media about her sister, Pamela Harmon dying as a result of ingesting ”bath salts” manufactured by Nutragenomics.
She remained married to him after the Synthetic Drug Prevention Act of 2012 was passed and her husband continued to manufacture synthetic drugs, despite more federal legislation.
She remained married to him after West Virginia won their injunction in July, when the story hit the news again.
She remained married to Tommy after DEA and eight other government agencies raided Nutragenomics on July 25, 2012.
If Mrs. Malone was, in fact, a stay-at-home mother, getting manis and pedis, I would have only objected to the blind eye that she gave the threat her husband posed to the public security in 28 states.
But, she was not a stay-at-home mom. She was an officer of the court.
Jeannine Malone has been recently sworn in as Assistant Solicitor for the Municipal Court of the City of Sandy Springs, Georgia, which is home of Nutragenomics and the Pam Green Foundation. As such, I believe this not only makes her a public figure, but also an officer of the court. (Nutragenomics had a Alpherreta mailing address, but was actually in Sandy Springs.)
Her husband was a managing partner, along with Drew Green, in the PG Foundation, which “helps drug addicts and has a goal of doing research into research chemicals (synthetic drug chemicals). Another words, Convicted Drug Dealer heads Foundation for Drug-Addicted. Additionally, the PG Foundation was recently sited by Sandy Springs for code violations.
News Video of the Sandy Springs story about Tommy Jr. and the Pam Green Foundation House:
Mrs. Malone has actually been an officer of the court for some time. She was a clerk for Judge Ural Glanville in the Fulton Superior Court and interned in the DeKalb Recorders Court. Mrs. Malone is a graduate of Georgia State University College of Law and took her bar exam in July. She was entered into the Georgia Bar on November 16th.
The Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct help define a lawyer’s obligations to clients, to the judicial system, and to the public.
According to the State Bar of Georgia, “….All lawyers are sworn in as officers of the court after passing the bar. They thus must act properly and comply with all codes of ethics. Before even being allowed to take the Bar exam, lawyers generally have to undergo a moral character or moral fitness evaluation to ensure they are worthy of becoming an attorney and an officer of the court.”
I imagine that there are some people that may question her motives in staying married to a self-admitted, convicted drug trafficker whose product is being accused of causing at least three deaths. Again, my mother always said, “You lay down with dogs, you get fleas.”
But it gets better.
Tommy Malone Jr. was indicted on September 4, 2012. It just so happens that on August 30th and September 2nd, Jeannine Malone founded three new companies.
She founded a new company called Natures Uphoria Marketing Enterprises, LLC on 8/30/12, naming herself as the only manager and listed at the same building as Nutragenomics on Holcomb Bridge Rd.
You may remember, after reading our blog, that Tommy Malone Jr. and Drew Green owned Natures Euphoria, LLC, which has a record of selling synthetic drugs, also. Check out the description in this Youtube video made by “Nature’s Euphoria”. They claim to sell “herbal potpourri.” (note: It seems they’ve removed the reference to herbal potpourri sometime on 12/27/12. Below is a screenshot. But don’t miss the joy of the Nature’s Uphoria video about their sexual enhancement supplements. “Bigger, Harder, Longer”. As of 12/29/12, they have changed the youtube setting on this video to “private”) I have other screenshots of websites where Nature’s Euphoria has offered synthetic drugs to the public.
Mrs. Malone also founded Uphoric Naturals, LLC on August 30, 2012, and Malone Entertainment, LLC on September 2nd, also naming herself as the only manager. (1/1/12 – Apparently, someone in the Georgia Secretary of State’s office keeps unapproving the links. So, I keep relinking it. If you want to see the pdf for the documents, keep coming back and trying again. I’ll continue to keep relinking it. 1/3/12 – Well, first the Georgia Sec. of State “deleted” the documents, then they completely removed them. When you shine a light on cockroaches, they scatter into the cracks!)
Below, notice that the products listed include “research chemicals” on the ‘Company Profile’ tab for Nature’s Uphoria.
Note: Please don’t confuse Mrs. Malone’s Nature’s Uphoria Marketing and Euphoric Naturals with Tommy’s Nature’s Uphoria. Oh my, I’m confused!!! I can’t keep this straight!
This screenshot of a trade site, which I took on December 26, 2012, shows that Nature’s Uphoria offers research chemicals:
This screenshot taken on December 24, 2012 shows where they direct small orders of research chemicals to naturesuphoria.com:
There are about 14 companies that have given the same two locations, I believe at least seven of which shared the Nutrogenomics building.
If Mrs. Malone cared as much about children as she apparently cares about imagine, Dakota Dyer may be alive today. But, that’s speculation again. Some effort would have been nice. I would image that someone, including Mrs. Malone, could have stopped him. Instead, it appears that the only efforts made are those to protect financial intertests and image.
When asked about Mrs. Malone, Lance Dyer said, “I had always thought she was Tommy Malone Jr’s bubble headed, bleach blond, trophy wife. I had no idea that she was an attorney and Assistant Solicitor for the City of Sandy Springs, Georgia. If she didn’t know what Tommy was doing, then she is a member of the Glactically Stupid Club.” He also said that he was going to make sure that the city of Sandy Springs was going to get a call from him tomorrow.
I’m not sure what the “Galactically Stupid Club” is, but it doesn’t sound nice. However, I advise that you NOT send him a cease and desist letter. If you think that I came out punching, you can’t imagine the ammunition that he holds.
I’d say that it was a huge mistake to write me a letter threatening any legal action. It’s amazing that she didn’t realize how foolish it would be to go after a mother on a mission.
It has been my mission since the death of my beautiful Max, to do everything in my power to stop those that conspire with, enable, and empower greedy, sociopathic drug traffickers or those that financially benefit from their illegal activities.
My Max was one that refused to take aspirin or tylenol for a headache because he didn’t want to ingest drugs/chemicals. He was very health conscious and was very careful about his diet. He didn’t do drugs. If you would have told me that he was going to die from drugs, I would have said “Zero chance.”
But, he went to the mall for hookah and was talked into purchasing “Marshmallow Leaves” from another greedy sociopath who offered Max and his friend a “special” she was running because of her shipment of “new flavors.” This store owner was previously warned about the dangers from a caring mother whose son had experienced horrible side effects from synthetic marijuana. The retailer’s greed got the best of her and she refused to stop selling. Mistake!
An hour later, the best person I had ever known was dead; my beautiful son, my best friend, my hero, the most amazing human I had ever met, who just happened to be my son, Max.
The worst thing that could possibly happen, has happened.
In one of his closing statements, Tommy Malone Jr.’s father, the famed Atlanta, Georgia attorney Tommy Malone, mentioned a Van Gogh painting that had sold for $53 million. “Mere paint on canvas,” which he compared to his client, “a precious child, one of the greatest works of the greatest master of all time.”
Malone’s father won a $45 million dollar judgement in that case.
Max was truly one of God’s greatest works of all time. I never knew Dakota, but I’ll bet that Deanna and Lance Dyer would agree that he was also one of God’s greatest works of all time.
We wonder if Daddy Malone will agree that Max and Dakota’s lives were priceless, as well.
I’m on a mission to save other families from the pain and suffering that I and others are having to live with as a result of some people that couldn’t seem to manage their greed. I’m on a mission to save the “greatest works of the greatest master of all time.”
Don’t get in my way!
- Karen Dobner
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