Jeff Baron is an Internet pioneer who invented technology competitive with Google during the early days of the Internet. He had websites with over 1 million visitors per day and monthly traffic rates of 50 million, launched from a small apartment and less than $500. As a juvenile (type 1) diabetes sufferer since the age of 3, he initiated a trust fund with the goal of finding a cure and dedicated virtually all of his earned wealth to that cause.
In 2011, Dallas Federal Judge Royal Furgeson put Jeff into an unprecedented “human receivership” in order to illegally confiscate and loot all of his property, including the diabetes trust fund valued at just under $1 billion. All of his possessions were redistributed to attorneys, judges and Chinese cyber-pirates, all the while denying his constitutional right to representation by an attorney and right to a trial. In fact, the judge literally forbid Jeff from retaining any lawyer.
For the first time since 1865, Jeff Baron an American citizen, was placed in “virtual slavery”, complete with a “slave master” — and all of it happened here in Dallas, TX. Even though the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the order in 2013, the case has yet to be officially closed and Jeff’s property returned to him. This case sets a precedent for all Americans: