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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Media Request for Online Blackmail Victims

NEW DAYTIME TALK SHOW LOOKING FOR CYBER VICTIMS: I can't name the host, but this show will premiere in September. This will be more of an "Oprah" type show, not sensational or like Jerry Springer, but a classy show. For their first show, they are looking for victims of sextortion/online blackmail. They want females under the age of 18, or who had their situation begin when they were under 18, who were blackmailed online with nude/semi nude photos taken of them by an ex boyfriend, friend, etc. They are filming the show in New York City on Friday, August 5th - next Friday. I will be the cyber expert and will be there, so you won't be alone and I will make sure they take good care of you. If you or someone you know fits this, email me ASAP. If you're under the age of 18, we would need your parents/guardian to appear on the show as well. Please repost/share!

Monday, July 25, 2011

WHO@ Newsletter - July 25, 2011

I couldn't make this up if I tried...BOO!

S.African 'corpse' wakes up, scares off morgue staff\


A 50-year-old South African man thought to be

dead woke up in a chilly morgue on Sunday and

shouted to be let out, scaring off two attendants

who thought he was a ghost, local media reported.

"His family thought he had died," health

spokesman Sizwe Kupelo told the Sapa news agency.

"The family called a private undertaker who took

what they thought was a dead body to the morgue,

but the man woke up inside the morgue on Sunday

at 5:00 pm and screamed, demanding to be taken out of the cold place."

This caused two mortuary attendants on duty to

flee the building in the small town of Libode in

the rural Eastern Cape as they thought it was a ghost.

After calling for help and returning to find the

man alive, an ambulance was sent to fetch the man

who had "been exposed to extreme cold for nearly 24 hours" said Kupelo.

He said the public should not assume that a sick

person had died and contact a mortuary, the report said.

"Doctors, emergency workers and the police are

the only people who have a right to examine the

patients and determine if they are dead or not."

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Seller puts details of break-up on eBay - 07/25/11\


A BITTER boyfriend is wreaking revenge on his ex

by auctioning a watch she gave him on eBay - with

a detailed description of their break-up. The

seller, named boogieandcookie, claims his "idiot"

girlfriend was having an affair with his boss, Steve.

Clever or creepy? Restaurant's web of data - 07/25/11\


Top restaurants are Googling and building

databases of their customers in a bid to build

loyalty, but does it freak diners out as an invasion of privacy?

Why it's never been easier to spy on your cheating partner - 07/25/11\


Lipstick on his collar, constantly working late

and fishy credit card charges -- all

time-honoured ways to tell if your other half is

playing away from home. But just as the internet

has made it easier to cheat, now it's making it

easier to get caught too. And methods of

detection are going beyond merely discovering

secret text messages, victims of which include Ashley Cole and Tiger Woods.

Former Dean at Kaplan U. Is Sentenced to Prison - 07/25/11\


A former dean at Kaplan University who accused

the institution of defrauding the federal

government out of student aid was sentenced today

to a year and a day in prison for sending e-mail

threats to university officials and students, Bloomberg reported.

Canadian man gets life for killing ex-girlfriend in Oak Brook - 07/23/11

They only dated for a few weeks, but 2 1/2 years

later Dmitry Smirnov was still so angry about

their break-up that he stalked and murdered his

former girlfriend, Jitka Vesel, the Chicago

Sun-Times is reporting. Pleading guilty Friday to

gunning down the 36-year-old Vesel, Smirnov

agreed to serve a life sentence for her April 13 slaying.

Cyberstalking charge against ex-teacher dismissed - 07/23/11\


A judge has dismissed a cyberstalking charge

against a former Tara High School teacher who

sent emails to former co-workers quoting violent

and death-focused passages from Shakespeare plays.

Stuart Irby Indicted On Cyberstalking Charges - 07/23/11

A Madison County Grand Jury indicted Jackson

businessman Stuart Irby on cyberstalking charges.

Irby allegedly sent an email to his wife's former

husband. In that email were photos of the man's

teenage daughter. Sources said the young girl's

head had been superimposed on the bodies of women

wearing bikinis and negligees. Irby could get

five years in prison if convicted.

Facebook holiday status may have lead to £65,000 burglary - 07/23/11\


A FAMILY updated Facebook to say they were going

on holiday – and had £65,000 of belongings

burgled from home while they were away. Stolen

items included an £18,000 Jacob & Co watch, a

£5,000 Chanel watch, a £4,500 Louis Vuitton suitcase and a £900 Bugaboo pram.

Brighton beach Pride picnic cancelled - 07/22/11

A Sussex care worker who invited a few friends to

a picnic on the beach to mark Brighton's Pride

celebrations has been forced to call it off.

Waiyne Jones, from Portslade, used Facebook to

send out invitations to his free event.

Man faces federal cyberstalking charge - 07/22/11\


A Biddeford man was indicted last week on federal

charges of cyberstalking and identity theft for

allegedly posting sexually explicit Internet

messages about an ex-girlfriend from South

Portland. Shawn Sayer, 41, was indicted July 13

by a federal grand jury in Portland for behavior

that caused substantial emotional distress to the

victim, according to United States Attorney Thomas E. Delahanty II.

Man gets 4 years for stalking on Facebook - 07/22/11

A California man who trolled women's Facebook

pages searching for clues that allowed him to

take over their email accounts was sentenced

Friday to more than four years in state prison

after a judge rejected a plea for a lighter

sentence and likened the man to a peeping Tom.

Ex-cop pleads guilty to stalking - 07/22/11\


A former Fair Oaks Ranch police officer convicted

of arson pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal

stalking charge and admitted he sent sexually

explicit photos of a woman over the Internet to her and 29 of her co-workers.

Man emailed San Antonio victim's explicit photos

to coworkers faces prison - 07/22/11\


A former San Antonio man faces prison time after

pleading guility to internet stalking, United

States Attorney John E. Murphy announced today.

Robert Lee Crews, 41, who currently has a

residence in San Diego, California, could get up

to two years in federal prison for emailing

explicit pictures to a female in San Antonio.

Dwyane Wade Sues Hackers - 07/22/11

NBA star Dwyane Wade filed a lawsuit against an

unnamed group for hacking who broke into his

online accounts, illustrating the prevalence of

cyber-attacks and the escalating means to combat it.

Teacher takes plea for texting student - 07/21/11\


A Burgaw Middle School teacher who was accused

earlier this year of sending inappropriate

messages to a student issued an apology Thursday

and accepted a plea deal on a cyber stalking charge, the boy's mother said.

Arrest warrant issued for Cop Blocker - 07/21/11\


A bench warrant was issued Thursday for the

Ambridge man who started the "Pittsburgh Cop

Block" website and posted videos of local police

on YouTube. Anthony Bruno, 27, of 338 Park Road,

Apartment 1, was charged by Baden police June 16

with harassment and defiant trespass.

Leander man arrested for creating fake sex ad for his ex - 07/21/11\


A Leander man has been charged with felony online

harassment after he placed a fake Craigslist ad

of his former girlfriend suggesting she was

looking for sexual encounter, police said.

Internet glamour model jailed for fiddling £62,000 in benefits - 07/20/11\


She earned up to £800 a month delighting fans

with provocative poses for saucy websites. But

model Clare Evans also ­supplemented her income

by fiddling £62,747 in benefits while pretending she was jobless.

Hacker places risqué photos of women on their Facebook pages - 07/20/11\


least 19 women were victimized by a computer

hacker who broke into their email accounts,

captured risqué photographs of the women and then

swapped them for the women's Facebook profile pictures, authorities say.

Facebook becomes phonebook for predators stalking America’s kids - 07/20/11\


Fears have spread throughout these usually

laid-back central Oregon coast summer rental

neighborhoods -- and in other family communities

nationwide -- in the wake of the recent brutal

murder of a 8-year old boy in Brooklyn, New York;

while it’s revealed that the suspect, Levi Aron,

had “238 Facebook friends,” with Aron’s Facebook

page stating: “IS YOUR FAMILY SAFE?”

Monday, July 18, 2011

WHO@ Newsletter - July 18, 2011

I couldn't make this up if I tried...Talk about funny!
Awkward Family Photos
Some vacation moments are better off forgotten. But fortunately, these ones were captured on camera so no one can ever deny they posed for these quirky family photos.

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Tourists duped by holiday rental scams - 07/16/11
Authorities have been urged to do more to protect travellers from holiday-rental fraud in the run-up to the 2012 Olympics. Tens of thousands of Britons and foreigners are expected to visit the capital during the games next summer. The owner of a London-based lettings agency said this week that more needed to be done to prevent many of them falling victim to online swindles.

‘Cyberbully’ tackles online harassment head-on - 07/16/11
Emily Osment recently spent two months in a constant state of depression, sequestering herself from her friends and family and suffering the exhaustion that comes with feeling the world was out to get her. And she loved every minute of it.

Tenn. man charged with stalking wife - 07/16/11
A Memphis, Tenn., man was arrested by Rapides Parish sheriff's deputies after charges were brought against him for allegedly cyberstalking his wife, according to a release from the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office.

Biddeford man indicted for cyber stalking - 07/15/11
A Biddeford man was indicted Thursday on federal charges of cyber stalking and identity theft. The man allegedly used email and the Internet to stalk his ex-girlfriend, who had changed her name and moved to Louisiana because of his behavior. Shawn Sayer, 41, faces maximum federal prison sentences of 10 years for cyber stalking and five years for identity theft, as well as a $250,000 fine on each charge.

Arlington mayor annoyed by fake Twitter account - 07/14/11
It took fewer than 140 characters for the real Arlington mayor to describe how annoyed he is that someone launched a Twitter account in his name this week.

Anti-bullying law expanded to social networking sites - 07/14/11
A state law prohibiting cyber-bullying at public schools has been expanded to ban harassment through social networking websites. AB 746, authored by Assemblywoman Nora Campos, D-San Jose, modified an existing law prohibiting school bullying on cell phones and computers. The bill was signed into law last week.

Hacker Gets 18 Years in Prison for Harassing Neighbors - 07/14/11
A Minnesota hacker received 18-years in jail for cyber-harassment against his neighbors, demonstrating the chaos that hacking can cause on a personal level.

Woman Behind Schools Lockdown Gets 2 Years - 07/14/11
The woman who caused the massive lockdown last year of the entire Broward public school system through an e-mail threat was sentenced to two years in jail by a federal judge on Thursday.

12-Year-Old Sentenced for Cyberstalking Classmate - 07/14/11
A 12-year-old Washington girl was sentenced on Wednesday to probation and community service for a cyberstalking incident in which she and another 11-year-old girl doctored a classmate's Facebook account with explicit photos and solicitations for sex.

Cyberstalking Prevention: A Computer-Privacy Expert Offers Tips for Avoiding the Fate of Sixth-Grader Leslie Cote - 07/14/11
One of the creepiest things about the adolescent cyberstalking case that came to a close yesterday in King County Superior Court is how two of Leslie Cote's friends were able to pose as the Issaquah sixth-grader and post sexual come-ons--including invitations for oral sex--from Cote's own Facebook account. Were the 11- and 12-year-old betrayers crack hackers? Nope. No nefarious computer skills were necessary.

Minn. man gets 18-year term in Biden email threat -07/13/11
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for hacking into his neighbors' wireless network and framing them for distributing child pornography and email threats against Vice President Joe Biden and other officials.

NW Woman Editor Charged With Identity Theft, Cyberstalking - 07/13/11
The editor of Northwest Woman Magazine, published in Spokane, is wrapped up in an identity theft case. The Spokane County Prosecutor's Office is charging Charity Doyl with identity theft, theft and cyberstalking.

Plea possible over online threats aimed at Glasgow - 07/12/11
A downstate man charged with threatening the life of Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow on Facebook was found mentally fit to stand trial Tuesday.

Cyberstalkers prefer Facebook, says report - 07/12/11
The first British study into so-caller 'cyberstalking' has fingered Facebook as the most likely avenue for the harassment suffered by online stalking victims.

Ebay and marketplace sites may be liable for trademark abuse - 07/12/11
European court says online marketplaces can be held responsible for the infringement of trademarks on counterfeit goods they promote, following a series of cases brought by L'Oreal to defend its brand

Facebook Use Lands Dallas Workers In Trouble - 07/12/11
Constantly checking Facebook at work may get you in trouble. Two dozen Dallas City Hall workers received reprimands or counseling after a recent probe showed they spent too much time on the social networking site.

I was interviewed for this - please read!

I'm an expert for this article - Ex-teacher is accused of stalking former student by phone, Facebook

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

New for the Kindle & Nook!

Some of my short stories and my book, The Ghosts of Okinawa, are now available for the Kindle through Amazon and for the Nook through Barnes & Noble.

Monday, July 11, 2011

WHO@ Newsletter - July 11, 2011

I couldn't make this up if I tried...And I thought this was an urban myth

Frying pan ends Florida couple's argument

Florida officials say a domestic beef over razors in the shower ended with a woman's arrest for allegedly hitting her boyfriend on the head with a frying pan.

Mary Batson, 22, of North Naples, was arrested for battery after she allegedly conked her live-in boyfriend in the head during a noisy row that began over his refusal to let her borrow a razor.

The Naples Daily News said Sunday that Batson denied striking the victim, although she admitted she slammed the pan down on the counter during the argument.

Arrest reports said the dispute Thursday escalated quickly from argument to slapstick. The victim claimed Batson scratched him on the chest and face before going for the cookware.

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Interoffice Email Reveals Cops’ Bra Sizes - 07/11/11
Good idea: measuring police officers for bulletproof vests, so that the gear fits correctly and protects them from injury. Bad idea: sending those measurements out in a mass email. Unfortunately, the Indianapolis Police Department did both.

Placido Domingo Jr. targeted by Scientologists after he abandons cult for ex-wife he was ordered not to see again - 07/11/11
Opera singer Placido Domingo Jr. claims that he is being targeted by Scientologists after he left the controversial religion. The son of renown tenor Placido Domingo left the cult earlier this year but claims the way that he has been treated is 'scary and pathetic'.

Hotels 'bribe guests for online reviews' on Tripadvisor website with free rooms and meals - 07/11/11
Hotels in Britain and abroad are bribing guests to write glowing reviews on the TripAdvisor website in exchange for cash or cut-price rooms and meals. The website, which has 45million reviews of more than 500,000 destinations, is a popular first stop for holidaymakers seeking honest opinions about places to stay.

Social networks 'should do more' on cyberstalking - 07/11/11
Social and mobile networks do not do enough to help victims of harassment online, according to a study handed to MPs. The first British study of cyberstalking and other forms of harassment online found that most victims feel a lack of support from authorities and service providers such as Facebook, the dominant social network. Some 61 per cent of victims surveyed said they received no support.

Teen sexting: it’s illegal, but everywhere - 07/10/11
Australian schools are struggling to cope with a surge in teenage ”sexting”, forcing senior police to commission guidelines on how to respond to new cases. Almost every Victorian secondary school has been faced with at least one incident involving graphic pictures of students being circulated on mobile phones or the internet, cyber safety experts and teachers have told Fairfax Media.

Man accused of using Craigslist to try to steal trailer -07/09/11
Wake County sheriff's deputies have accused a Youngsville man of using Craigslist to recruit an unwitting accomplice to steal a tow trailer from someone's yard. Garrett Mitchell Whitt, 23, of 170 Woodcroft Drive in Youngsville, is charged with one felony count of attempting to obtain property by false pretenses, according to court records made public Wednesday.

Orleans DA's office drops cyberstalking charges brought against man accused of threatening FBI agent - 07/08/11
The Orleans Parish district attorney's office on Wednesday refused cyberstalking charges brought against a man accused of sending threatening email messages to an FBI agent. David Christenson Jr., 53, was arrested March 15 for allegedly sending FBI agent Steve Rayes two bizarre email messages after Christenson ran into the agent and his son while walking in the Warehouse District, according to the police report.

Official's pranks included mail-order bride, Houston ISD says -07/08/11
The Houston Independent School District's procurement manager was soliciting a mail-order bride for a co-worker and committing another office prank while old inventory was piling up under his watch, according to HISD documents.

St. Pete resident mistaken for Casey Anthony juror - 07/08/11
There's something Doug Bliss wants you to know: He was not a juror in the Casey Anthony trial. Repeat: He was not on the jury in the Casey Anthony trial. It's hard to blame the 57-year-old retiree for being defensive - not after the phone calls, the interview requests and the online insults, all from people convinced he was juror No. 2 in the high-profile trial.

Teen's Slaying Spotlights Dating Violence - 07/07/11
The slaying of local teen, Lauren Astley, 18, that shocked the quiet Massachusetts town of Wayland over the Fourth of July holiday weekend, highlights a national problem of under-reported abuse and coercion in teenage romantic relationships, anti-violence experts say.

Background check…or stalking? - 07/07/11
I use the term ‘stalking’ pretty loosely when it comes to Facebook and Twitter. OK, and Google. It’s more of a joke, really…like if you admit to someone you’re about to “Facebook stalk” their profile and photos, it becomes completely normal. After all, that’s what Facebook is for, right?

Nurses warned over use of social media - 07/07/11
Social networking guidance is being issued to nurses and midwives by their regulatory body following an increase in misconduct cases relating to online activities and ethical code breaches. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) said it was publishing practical advice on responsible use of the internet – specifically Facebook – as there is “clearly confusion about privacy issues and the use of social networking sites.”

Officer arrested for cyber stalking - 07/06/11
Altamonte Springs police arrested a Casselberry police officer last week after allegations of cyber stalking lead to a warrant for his arrest. Eric Tomasello, a police officer with the Casselberry Police Department, was arrested June 28.

Second wife accused of harassing husband's first wife with bogus Craigslist Ad - 07/05/11
A Florida woman faces charges for posting a fake ad online, allegedly to harass her husband's ex-wife. The ex-wife is Tracy Wilder, a divorced mother of three. She says she knew something was wrong when she began getting phone calls, text messages and visits to her home from men seeking sex.

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

WHO@ Newsletter - July 5, 2011

I couldn't make this up if I tried...Was she charged with two deadly weapons?
Woman sprays police with breast milk
A lactating U.S. woman was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after she sprayed sheriff's deputies with breast milk as they tried to remove her from a vehicle, police said on Monday.

Ohio-resident Stephanie Robinette, 30, was arrested and charged with domestic violence and assault linked to a domestic dispute, as well as resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, according to the Delaware County Sheriff's Office.

It said Robinette's husband told authorities the pair had been attending a wedding when his wife got drunk and started a dispute. He said that she hit him multiple times before locking herself in her car outside a banquet facility on Saturday.

Sheriff Walter L. Davis III said that when police approached the car to speak to her, she yelled profanities and refused to get out.

"When deputies attempted to remove Robinette from the vehicle she advised the deputies that she was a breastfeeding mother and proceeded to remove her right breast from her dress and began spraying deputies and the vehicle with her breast milk," Davis said.

Robinette was later removed from the car and arrested after more deputies arrived on the scene.

"This is a prime example of how alcohol can make individuals do things they would not normally do," Davis said.

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Edward Achorn: When a union official plays with fake campaign e-mails - 07/05/11
I have seen many bizarre things since coming to Rhode Island in 1999, but few spectacles as pathetic as last week’s trial of $119,959-a-year union leader John Leidecker for, in essence, behaving like an overgrown eighth-grade bully.

Stalking inquiry begins - 07/05/11
THE UK's first independent inquiry into stalking and harassment begins taking evidence on Thursday. The first session will cover cyber stalking and look at the work of the National Stalking Helpline.

US-based firm fined for running website - 07/04/11
A US-based private company was on Monday asked by the Delhi High Court to pay a fine of Rs five lakh to senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley for harassing him by running a website and refusing to transfer the domain name to him.

Kyrie Irving files police report against woman he met on Twitter - 07/04/11
Kyrie Irving, who the Cleveland Cavaliers selected with the No. 1 overall pick in last month’s NBA Draft, has filed a police report in West Orange, N.J., against a woman he claims has been threatening him via Twitter, according to multiple reports. The woman, Jessica Jackson, goes by the Twitter handle “RealMissHawaii. She has posted and continues to post tweets that are too graphic to re-post.

Wild Facebook parties could be banned in Germany - 07/04/11
Wild parties organised on Facebook could be banned in Germany after a series of gatherings advertised on the website descended into violence.

Man threatened ex-girlfriend with Internet messages - 07/03/11
An Internet conversation between a 27-year-old woman and her 37-year-old ex-boyfriend escalated into threats and harassment, police said. The woman left her ex-boyfriend, who is the father of her two children, and moved into her parents' house with her children on Thursday, police said.

Pranks add to discomfort of internet users - 07/03/11
For a young professional, it came as a rude shock. Usmita Singh (name changed) started getting obscene phone calls on her mobile phone late at night all of a sudden. The distressed woman could not identify the voice on the phone and the caller number also kept on changing. Some of those were from PCOs in Rajasthan.
Internet bringing out your dark side? - 07/02/11
In the good old days, celebrities used to get drunk at awards ceremonies, hurl insults and occasionally punches at each other. But these days the internet is the virtual bar where they brawl. Just recently, British columnist Julie Burchill accused Lily Allen of being an “over-privileged cry-baby”. The pop star retaliated on Twitter by accusing Julie of being “an ignorant and bitter old troll”.

For sale: your mobile phone number - 07/02/11
A salesman for an Indian company offered details of telephone numbers of people without any proof they had given permission to receive texts ­ opening the way to them being bombarded with messages including ones enticing them to claim compensation for accidents or mis-sold financial products.

Woman steals TV by having Craigslist buyer come to victim's house, pull it off wall, records say - 07/01/11,0,6930821.story
Melissa Pemberton stole her mother's 42-inch TV two days before Christmas, according to court records. Here's how she did it: First, she sold it for $100 on Craigslist, a classified ad website, then she had the buyer show up at her mother's house in Maitland, pull it off the wall and haul it away, according to her arrest report.

North Somerset stalker put tracking device on ex-girlfriends's car - 07/01/11
An obsessed ex-boyfriend who stalked his former partner and made her life “hell” after fitting a tracker device to her car was spared jail yesterday. Nicholas Royce, 45, attached the gadget to Sarah Conning’s car after she left him to go out with one of his friends.

Think before you sext - 06/30/11
You may have trouble accepting this from some 39-year-old balding bloke who’s sitting at a computer in tracksuit bottoms and with chocolate smeared around his mouth, but here goes, regardless: sexual flirtation isn’t what it used to be.

Fayette Co. youths face online harassment charge - 06/30/11
Fayette County Sheriff Keith Korenek reports that after a month long investigation, two juvenile males from Fayetteville have been charged in an Online Harassment case.
The suspect juveniles made up a fake Facebook account in another juvenile’s name and posted messages on the social networking site without the knowledge or consent of the other juvenile, and with the intent to harm, defraud, intimidate or threaten the juvenile victim.

ACLU files lawsuit against TN over online harrassment law - 06/29/11
Members of the ACLU are filing a lawsuit against the state of Tennessee over a new law which targets online harassment.

Woman accused of stalking family - 06/28/11
It all started last winter with a Facebook posting. It ended with the arrest of a Brooksville woman Sunday night accused of pestering and terrorizing a family.

Man's 'Dirty' Emails To Other Man End With Cyberstalking Charge - 06/27/11
A man emailed vulgar remarks to another man in an attempt to initiate a sexual relationship, according to arrest warrant affidavits. Kevin H. Moore, 47, of 1407 Shannon Bradley Road, Gastonia, is charged with cyberstalking.