Murt the Stalker

 

 

 

I recently got back on Twitter during the Boston Marathon Bombing case. I had used my account previously to BS around Tweeting to “Real Housewives” and my local radio station. It seemed news came faster on Twitter than it did from live news; even the CNN anchors were ferociously checking their phones (my guess: Twitter) during live broadcasting.

I connected to the whistle blower in the Steubenville, OH, rape case. Because of her whistle blowing, she had been stalked… and stalked… and harassed… and threatened… and stalked some more… and her friend, a blogger, had the same problem. Apparently, in the world of the internet, if someone wants to shut you up, they do exactly what I described above. Well, it doesn’t fly with me, and it didn’t fly with any of the whistle blowers in that case, either.

I’m not litigious. Suing someone is not in my every day to-do list. I go straight for the CRIMINAL prosecution of these CRIMES. I’ve referenced the Federal law on this blog in a previous post, but I’ve also familiarized myself with my local law, and have utilized it to my benefit. Some people who continue harassing in comments, spewing lies, and just being obnoxious seem to want to believe I have not reported a damn thing. That’s fine if they want to believe that, but it’s not true. Maybe they enjoy the element of surprise rather than the power of having foresight?

I would rather have some idea of what’s about to come than be completely surprised. That is why I am glad I had paid attention to the Tweets of the whistle blower when I got the following email from Murt:

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J.S. Mill

Utilitarianism

It is better to be a human being dissatisfied than a pig satisfied; better to be Socrates dissatisfied than a fool satisfied. And if the fool, or the pig, are a different opinion, it is because they only know their own side of the question. The other party to the comparison knows both sides.

It may be objected, that many who are capable of the higher pleasures, occasionally, under the influence of temptation, postpone them to the lower. But this is quite compatible with a full appreciation of the intrinsic superiority of the higher. Men often, from infirmity of character, make their election for the nearer good, though they know it to be the less valuable; and this no less when the choice is between two bodily pleasures, than when it is between bodily and mental. They pursue sensual indulgences to the injury of health, though perfectly aware that health is the greater good.

 

I am not a Utilitarian. The author’s title is Utilitarianism. I found this quote fitting to describe why the men involved in sex crimes or who purchase women or who believe women to have no worth (or people in general).

The author of this quote grew up a devout Utilitarian follower of Jeffrey Bentham. Bentham believed the individual had no rights, but it was the Happiness (and lack of pain) of the whole society that was Morally correct and what the whole society needed to thrive in law and justice.

While he still wanted to believe in Utility, as an adult, he had conflicting ideas that the individual rights mattered and that “happiness” meant one thing to some and another to others, and that each individual’s rights should be respected, and that they could be respected using the Utilitarian model (I am not in agreement). He was a philosopher, and asking those questions lead movements regarding “individual rights” in the legal and moral sense of justice.

Utopiaguide “CCC”

Old 08-20-2008, 08:34 AM   #1
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Magic

Okay Magic, we’ll continue this here.Magic,
Since you have decided to make assertions against us, it’s time to fill you in on several things.
1) We (CCC) all had a hand in the letter that BR wrote to you. He composed it and sent it to us to add or delete anything. Once that was done, he sent it to you.
2) We all voted you out of the CCC before the CCC meeting that we told you not to attend.
3) You still have not let the Morrie thing drop to this day even after we told you to let it go.
4) I have never seen a review of Alyssa, Emily, Melissa nor Christina from you on this board yet you give the impression to others that you have seen them. All I have seen have been reviews on Nature Matters, Shy, Jade and Star.
5) You constantly bombarded us with ******s and phone calls (some of them at irregular times) about stupid crap. Most of them were about Morrie and how he was picking on you and how you were trying to get us to side with you, which we did not.
6) You kept calling me about Cristina (Morrie’s girl) asking me about if she would do weird shit (like golden showers or brown showers) even after I told you that all we did was DFK, DATY, CBJ, and FS.
7) Once you found out that LW and Wolf went to the Lizard Lounge, you conveniently ran into Wolf there one night. You think that you were cordially accepted by him but, in actuality, you blew his shot at a hottie and he has not returned to that bar since because of you.This may get me banned but since I complied with the moderator’s suggestion and moved it to where he told me to, I do not think it will. It’s time for you to have no further association with any of us and we will have no dealings with you unless you push the matter.
Teps

This shows the existence of the “CCC” from utopiaguide.com. It’s also interesting that “Teps” is one of the names that has been used to comment here and on Zero’s Blog. Actually, there have been some other names used on both blogs that are also aliases on UG. Recently, the alias “BillyS” commented about IP addresses; he is also a member on UG.

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Rebekah Iliff: Sex Trafficking: High Tech’s Humanitarian Revolt Against the Johns

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rebekah-iliff/technology-sex-trafficking_b_2992522.html

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“WE need PROOF…”

“…EVIDENCE… FACTS…”

I always wonder who this “we” refers to. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again- sock puppets flourish in this case. So is this a case of “we”- the sock puppets, or “we”- a group or, “we”- supporters of CPH? Who is this “we” who texted they believed my aunt’s faked accident was murder and “we” who found someone to take care of funeral arrangements? Who is this “we” who called my husband’s phone and left a voicemail asserting “we” would continue to spread [his phone number]? Who is this “we” who keeps asking for proof, evidence, and facts?

How many “we’s” will ask the same questions and say the same things over again?

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Tribute to Boston

Massachusetts is my home state. I’ve always loved going to Boston. It wasn’t too far from the city I grew up in. I’ve gone to the many museums (Boston Science Museum was my favorite, the JFK Museum was a school field trip, and I’ve even had the pleasure of sharing my love of the Boston Children’s Museum with my own children), concerts, Celtics games, Red Sox games, shopping (and my favorite foods) in Quincy Market, 4th of July fireworks, skipped school and found myself driving around Boston (not an easy task), found a quiet spot to chat with a friend on the Back Bay, stopped to acknowledge the homeless and offer what I could…

At 15, my dad and I had started training to do the Boston Marathon. When winter came, running through the Boston suburb streets was impossible with 3 ft high piles of snow, so instead of doing the Boston Marathon, we did the Walk for Hunger on the same streets as the Boston Marathon. It didn’t stop me from watching, though. It was Patriot’s Day in Boston, and as a child, that meant no school. I would be up early enough to watch the marathon and cheer alongside my dad like we were watching the Superbowl and we always cheered for the underdog.

I rarely watch the news anymore. I have children who I want to shelter from the reality of the world’s ugly as long as possible. Monday was a day like any, and one of my children turned on the tv after school. The gruesome pictures and videos flashed on the screen. It was shocking and horrifying to see, and we sat and cried watching such tragedy. My kids asked me if I knew anyone there at that moment, and I was praying I didn’t. The following day, my husband heard the name of the father who lost his 8 year old son. It was someone he had known since he was 5.

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