new york times

2002 PART 1 of 2


 

"the posting of the personal data represented one of the largest intentional violations of privacy via the Internet that they had Yet encountered."


 

Oh, really? One of the largest? So then this would be more?

I'm no expert, but my guess is yes.

I know, we can ask the expert, we can have a secret hearing, but you're not invited.

 

Talk amonst your self. I'll be chatting with my goblin, in a corner of the room.

 

I'm quite mad, you know.

 

 

"ONLY ONE TRIBUNAL EVER ADOPTED A PRACTICE OF FORCING COUNSEL UPON AN UNWILLING DEFENDANT IN A CRIMINAL PROCEEDING. THE TRIBUNAL WAS THE STAR CHAMBER." U.S. v FARETTA , 422 US 806 (1975)

OUTSIDE IT'S AMERICA.

WHAT WOULD BE THE CAPACITY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND OF THE COURTS TO SUPRESS THIS KIND OF SPEECH?" --Judge A. Howard Matz, PRE-TRIAL OF KILLERCOP

Ex-Global Crossing Worker Arrested by F.B.I.

Subterfuge part 1 of 2

By SIMON ROMERO

 

The F.B.I. arrested a disgruntled former employee of Global Crossing yesterday and charged him with using the Internet to post threats to injure or kill company executives and to display personal information, including the Social Security numbers, of nearly 2,000 of the company's employees. The arrest ended a five-month investigation into the activities of Killercop, a 40-year-old former technical support worker at Global Crossing's offices in Beverly Hills, Calif. Federal agents arrested Killercop yesterday in Manchester, N.H., where the arrest complaint said he had been living since January.

 

The Justice Department's computer crimes section, formed in Los Angeles last September to prosecute high-technology and intellectual property offenses, helped coordinate the investigation. Since last fall, Killercop had operated a Web site that officials said contained personal material about employees, as well as threats and parodies directed at Global Crossing.

 

F.B.I. officials said that the posting of the personal data represented one of the largest intentional violations of privacy via the Internet that they had yet encountered.

 

Killercop could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted, said Thom Mrozek, public affairs officer for the Justice Department in Los Angeles.

 

In a criminal complaint filed on Monday with Charles F. Eick, a United States magistrate judge in Los Angeles, federal agents said that Killercop had also developed a Web site that referred to officers from the Los Angeles Police Department and included multiple references to maiming and killing police officers with weapons and tools.


"Largest intentional violations of privacy?"

SO THEN, UMMMMMM, THIS WOULD BE MORE???

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YEARS LATER THE NY TIMES IS STILL SPEWING OUT THE LIES, AND INFLAMING THE ISSUE OF SPEECH CRIMES BY TWISTING FACTS!

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