Cyber-stalking Is a Crime
Back in 2012, we were threatened that our personal information was going to be found and “exposed for the world to see”. Now, just about a year and 8 months later, a similar threat along these same lines has been received. Since this stalker is attempting to use the names of our innocent family member(s) for emotional blackmail, we deleted the name and used (description of the names) instead. We have also removed the IP address.
The first comment on our MJJJP WordPress which was sent to our email for approval. Received 7:44am PST Oct 31, 2013
‘Not your friend’ commented on our post: TaajMalik-Master Manipulator IP: XX.XXX.XXX.XXX
“Two hours to close this blog, The whole blog/twitter/video accounts. i am sure Michael Jackson can do without you..
You were not there for (MJJJP family member name) family, what a hypocrite you are.
Tracked you here via this (fake MJJJP blog they created) I never did like you, always knew there was something very dark and sinister about you. Its time (multiple MJJJP family children’s names ) know your true colors and how you are using them and their future in this game of Russian Roulette.
Black Friday i will be posting links to all these blogs (fake MJJJP blog they posted) on the hundreds of sites the (multiple family surnames of MJJJP) are listed on as comments. And we will be giving all the relevant information to Justice project blogger, shes looking for you.
You should have stayed in Texas!! Stayed away from (A MJJJP family name deleted)!
Are the girls aware you submitted their names on the non profit to bully people on the internet?
You were always worlds apart” (Video threat via Vimeo)
Second comment on wordpress for approval via email at 8:06am PST Oct 31, 2013
‘Not your friend’ commented on: Taaj Malik-Master Manipulator
“Huh! So you are on facebook too? Be sure that is gone too. So much time you should use to help (name deleted), dont you think?”
Please note: Copies of these threats as proof of cyber-stalking have been shared with three local police authorities as well as FBI- FBI agents have the authority to seize computers and external hard drives for examination of email correspondences & IP information to determine identity of cyber-stalkers.
“Like domestic violence, stalking is a crime of power and control. Stalking is conservatively defined as “a course of conduct directed at a specific person that involves repeated (two or more occasions) visual or physical proximity, nonconsensual communication, or verbal, written, or implied threats, or a combination thereof, that would cause a reasonable person fear.”  Stalking behaviors also may include persistent patterns of leaving or sending the victim unwanted items or presents that may range from seemingly romantic to bizarre, following or laying in wait for the victim, damaging or threatening to damage the victim’s property, defaming the victim’s character, or harassing the victim via the Internet by posting personal information or spreading rumors about the victim. . .
A cyberstalker may further assume the identity of his or her victim by posting information (fictitious or not) and soliciting responses from the cybercommunity. Cyberstalkers may use information acquired online to further intimidate, harass, and threaten their victim via courier mail, phone calls, and physically appearing at a residence or work place.”
Legal Notices On Public Search Engines
Below are several screenshots from various public search engines that clearly describe the expected conduct of anyone using the material that they offer and the legal ramifications if used for the purposes of cyber-stalking or harassment.
Just because it is public, it does not mean you can misuse it.