*Anyone can use the internet to make false accusations.
    *Some people will believe anything they read online or in print.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

An important newspaper believes me

The Connecticut Post is Southwestern Connecticut's largest daily newspaper.

In Sunday's printed paper and now online, reporter Frank Juliano presents an extensive analysis of my attack, and concludes that I am not guilty of the ridiculous charges.

In the interest of accuracy, I must point out that (1) I am only 64 years old, not 65, and (2) I lost my virginity while in college, not in high school (but not for lack of desire or objects of desire).

While it's extremely satisfying to be investigated and vindicated by an important newspaper that's read by most of my neighbors who had been warned to keep their children away from me, my attacker is still free, as the police and FBI continue to investigate two months after the attacks began.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Photobucket did the right thing, promptly

Last week I noticed that my attacker had posted photos of me without permission on Photobucket, and the photos were linked to the original attack blog.

I complained to Photobucket on Saturday, and today the photos were gone from both Photobucket and Blogger.

I've been waiting for over a month for Google to cooperate.