Tales of a Cyberstalker (Vol. 3 of 8)

Disclaimer:  In light of the recent detention of a husband who hacked into his wife’s Facebook account to show that hacking into Facebook can be done[1], I have changed my blog perimeters.  I will not stalk myself, however, cases will be ripped from the press and my imagination will pepper the remaining blogs.  All names, places and events detailed in this blog are fictional with the exception of information taken from the press and legal pleadings or documents.  Any likeness to a real person, place or event is purely coincidental.

1:31 p.m. Today I saw you at the South Pines Mall with “your girls” aka the bitches who told you not to go to prom with me, why?

Because my “old” car wasn’t good enough for your used Aveo driving ass.

Shows what you know about classic cars, ho.

Comments:

-She dissed you becuz of ur car? dats stoopid.

-Yur car iz dope!

-His car is sick! Sheze dum.

-I’ll go to prom with u!!!Call me! xoxo

1:49 p.m. I saw you go to the 21 flavors and eat a fudge brownie blast.

Was that really a smart move before the big dance tubby??? Good luck greasing yourself into that 1999 JLo prom dress.

1:40 p.m. checking Facebook.  Waiting for a reply from to my 1:31 p.m. post.  Nothing. Fine, I’ll continue.

1:42 p.m. I watched you go to the Hair Cuttery.

You should sue the stylist who did your hair. I snapped you in the shop.

Stevie Wonder could see how fugly that rat’s nest is. Tacky! Tacky! Tacky! I wouldn’t allow my date to have a hooker who just turned her fifth trick of the night hairdo, but that’s what you are so, it suits you.

2:51 p.m. Waiting.  Nothing.

3:08 p.m. One person liked my response.

3:19 p.m. Four people like my response.

3:24 p.m. Six people like my response.

Comments:

-Yo I’d still tap that.

-Her hair is fug.

-Damn, that’s one ugly chick. U can do better.

-Like, call me!!!!

3:31 p.m.  Where is everyone?  Why hasn’t someone posted yet or at least liked the post?

4:30 p.m.  She finally responded, “Stop posting on my wall you psychopath.”

4:51 p.m.  What the truth hurts????

5:12 p.m. The truth is I don’t want to go to prom with you so knock it off!!!!

5:32 p.m. Gladly. Would you prefer baseball bat or sledgehammer???

5:39 p.m. Ur sick!!!

5:51 p.m. No, sick would be dousing your face with acid first, then knocking it off with a crowbar then cutting up the pieces and mailing them to your mother. You know, the woman who blew our 10th grade math teacher just to get you a D you dyslexic whore? That would be sick. Why don’t I stop by your house for a little pre-prom party? 127 Azalea Avenue, second window with the broken lock, right?

See you soon.

Unlike Anita Life in last week’s blog, this stalker has actually committed cyberstalking, he made a physical threat on the victim.  The threat is credible since he apparently knows where she lives. The problem with social media and cyberstalking is that the victim and the stalker typically know each other, as in this case.

If you are threatened in a social media platform, you should:

1) Take a screen shot or make a hard copy of the posts.

2) Report the behavior to local law enforcement officials especially if your state has a statute that deals with cyberstalking.  *See the previous posts for this information.  Even if your state does not have such laws, report the behavior anyway. If the victim is a minor, report the behavior to an adult such as a parent, guardian or teacher.

3) File a complaint with the social media site.  The exact procedure for Facebook can be under Facebook’s Help Desk, “Report Abuse or Policy Violations.”  In MySpace a link can be found at the bottom of the home page entitled “Report Abuse.”

4) Change your Facebook and email address.

5) Seek assistance from a mental health profession if you experiences nightmares, anxiety, fear for your safety, helplessness or other psychological symptoms attributed to cyberstalking.  Further, there are websites in which a victim may find help such as The National Center for Victims of Crime.

6) See a lawyer regarding your legal options.  *Some states such as California require the victim to verbalize his/her disapproval to the harassing behavior.

If any of you doubt that cyberstalking happens in social media, see the below links detailing cyberstalking on social media sites such as MySpace and Facebook.

http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2008/07/accused-myspace/

(Hacker gets 2 years for MySpace Cyberstalking)

http://www.wftv.com/news/news/20-year-old-accused-of-using-myspace-for-cyber-sta/nFBsg/

(Florida woman is cyberstalked by her ex-boyfriend on MySpace)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1226349/Chilling-cyber-stalker-terrorised-girl-Facebook-death-threats-years-refused-him.html

(British student is cyberstalked for almost 2 years because she refused to go on a date with the stalker)

Lastly see, the attached link about protecting yourself from cyberstalking on Facebook and MySpace.  Please note that some of the law in this link applies to British law.   Again, in most states in the United States cyberstalking is a crime by itself.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMAPeYwcvaQ

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~ by sjohn7887 on November 7, 2011.

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