Hi Been There, and welcome to TMM's forums. I see that you are new here, and I hope you will enjoy your experience here. However, I would like to ask you for proof of your suggestion that Stewart Rhodes has been "disbarred from practicing law". Is that just something you were told, or do you have tangible evidence to support the claim that he was disbarred? Thanks for clarification on that.
Additionally, I would interject the highly probable scenario, that Stewart did not "screw-up". To the best of my knowledge, Oath Keepers retains full ownership of both domains in question, and our domain registrations were paid on schedule. I do not have tangible evidence to support my claim about that, but am going by what I was told almost three days ago by someone in a position to know in Oath Keepers' leadership staff.
Thank you for the welcome.
Concerning proof of Rhodes' disbarment, there is this filing, "IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, PR 14-0698" dated December 8, 2015, which can be found at:https://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/294380213?access_key=key-p3YkSJOqWCiyQwkQ3BYX&allow_share=true&escape=false&view_mode=scroll
Note page 2, where it states: "IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
1. Respondent Elmer S. Rhodes is disbarred from the practice of law in the State of Montana effective immediately."
I am surprised that this is not common knowledge here.
As for the domain screw-up, it is possible that Rhodes is not responsible for that. However, after having seen the wreckage of his other screw-ups, such as the way he neglected and abandoned clients (Michael Roth, then Jennifer Jones) in federal court cases, it seems likely he failed to renew the domain registration. Given his history of screwing over people who depended on him, it would fit the pattern of neglectful behavior.