Friday, November 18, 2011
When people take the law into their own hands, whether online or in real life, they tend to get away with it, like when Kruska's lawsuit against perverted Justice experienced a setback for many years. So I'm not surprised to see Danielle Schneider gloating over her legal victory, getting away with harassment because her victim is an alleged sex offender. Considering how little these cyber-crimes get punished, I'm not surprised she is allowed to continue. She also proudly gloats her blog will stay "AS-IS." Well, so will my blog. Hopefully there will be an appeal to a higher court, so she might want to keep a cork on that wine-in-a-box (technically, if you buy wine in a box, it isn't corked, but that is a story for a different day. However, you'd think she'd spell Darrell Cochran's name right (she spelled it COCKran, I kid you not). No relation to Johnny Cochran, who would've shredded this vigilante in court. Darrell Cochran is apparently some defender of people like Schneider, who feel she is above the law. The other attorney, Talis M. Abolins, ironically lists "civil rights" as a field of expertise. Really? If online harassment and defamation now a civil right? I suppose that will be the official AZU excuse for the 3 am phone calls.
Shame on both of these lame excuses of attorneys; it was not a matter of Schneider being allegedly victimized, but an issue of her harassment and meting extralegal punishment. If by chance Rojas reads this, appeal this decision. Lower courts don't amount to shit.
Monday, November 7, 2011
Rob Taylor (trashy pic of his real job as a panhandler at left) has been crying like a butt-hurt little bitch because I got an article he wrote removed from the David Horowitz Freedom Center's "NewsReal Blog" after he posted personal attacks about me. He's been so butt-hurt about it, in fact, that he won't shut up about it. Apparently he quit writing for Horowitz after his pathetic excuse of an article was taken down, and hasn't written for the blog since May. I guess he hates the fact that people don't believe everything he says, and is dismissed often as an extremist wacko. So now he's decided to let people know how he solves problems -- with his fists:
Cry me a river, Rob, and I'll build you a bridge so you can get over it. You know where I live any time you want a little therapy. Don't sing it, bring it, little bitch. Otherwise, quit your crying and stick with your boring articles on extremist rantings.