Michael Janitch and Jay Lee (DUTCHSINSE and TATOOTT1009) are cut from the same cloth.
The ODD COUPLE: “weather experts” HOAX it up together.
They share similar ideas. They share similar beliefs… and laughs! They even share the same YouTube Channels along with several social media pages, blogs, websites and other online hoaxer material under both of their names. Two guys from different parts of the country, Dutchsinse and Tatoott1009, are about as odd as a couple can come. One guy is a slick talking snake-oil salesman from Missouri and the other is a straight-up grumpy hillbilly from Jacksonville, Florida — the latter is Jay Lee.
Jay Lee (Tatoott1009) is one of those funny conspiracy-nuts. He will start off many of the videos with stolen phrases like, “Get yer popcorn ready…” and “This video I’m about to do might be a long-winder…” and “Yep! Sure do!” Jay Lee will even get real mad at the camera and pull of his glasses so you can see the madness in his eyes! It’s hilarious!
Michael Yury Janitch is known online as Dutchsinse. Dutchsinse is a conspiracy theorist or Hoaxer who pushes debunked claims about Sandy Hook. This scammer and fraud also spreads fear with false earthquake predictions based on his scam pseudoscience.
He likes asking for money and promotes himself as a HAARP expert, despite refusing to reveal and qualifications.
Michael Yuri Janitch is not the person he pretends to be online.
A Tale of Two Dutchies: YouTuber GUILTY of saying one thing while behaving totally different… WEIRD, but expected from Dutchsinse!
Sandy Hook Parent Lenny Pozner was put in the position where he had to file a Police Report against Dutchsinse aka Michael Yuri Janitch because Janitch is a full-time, full-tilt, full of rage Hoaxer — but sinse when? Well, since forever, actually. Dutchsinse hides behind hearts and a fake message of peace and love. That’s the image. And lurking just below the surface is one angry clown. The facade of hearts and peaceful pastel imagery is a lie.
Dutchsinse made over thirty videos speaking out against Pozner. Of course, Janitch had some of the craziest ideas about government coverups going. A short while ago, Michael Yuri Janitch would target people along with family members from major tragedies in the news, particularly Sandy Hook. Just like all the other hoaxers online, he spread the hate and disinfo so thick, then tried to separate himself from the damage he had done by slipping into the shadows when the heat got turned on high. Dutchsinse began complaining about free speech, Dutchsinse complained about a hater-Channel on YouTube that was constantly under attack and eventually, Dutchy stopped his complaining. Michael Yuri Janitch came to understand there was nothing but man-made rabbit holes and the worst people imaginable falsely exposing high-profile victims in tragedies. Janitch quickly understood he was the problem. Dutchsinse reported on all the hot topics like Sandy Hook, Paris and Sydney attacks, the Bataclan Theartre massacre… and then one day, packed it all in because nobody was covering earthquakes. Michael Yuri Janitch stopped the obvious online attacks, but the hatred toward Pozner and the inner Hoaxer has become very deep rooted, something he may never shake.
Michael Yuri Janitch is a Hoaxer who scams people out of money online as personality Dutchsinse.
Dutchsinse (Michael Yuri Janitch) builds his audience as a “False Flagger” then changes Channel to PSYCHIC YouTuber with seismic forecasting abilities.
For those who have been around the YouTube scene long enough, you will be able to think back on those times when hoaxers ran wild. It seemed like everyone and their mother needed to expose news clips, a trend that really took off in 2013. One man ran a HUGE Channel that reported on false flags. The Channel was (and still is) Dutchsinse — owned and operated by Michael Yuri Janitch.
Janitch created an online persona as Dutchsinse to hoax groups of gullible individuals, no doubt about it. Openings to Dutchsinse videos absolutely captivate the hoaxtards. Beeping transmissions with crackled radio waves, followed by voice rattling off some type of warning in French language… the rejects and those who have difficulty discerning good info from bad, ate it up. Add to it a voice, as professional as they come, and you have swarms of people online trusting a source backed by Montagraph, of all people. These fools want you believing in psychic — that is, Seismic FORECASTING! Seriously!?