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Cyberstalking: Prosecuting Attorneys are Sending Mysterious Friend Requests to Defendants on Facebook

Updated on July 18, 2012

© by Jennifer McLeod writing as jenjen0703, all rights reserved.

If you have found this hub at michaelterpening.com, I apologize for the inconvenience. I also do not recommend you visit this site, as it is operated by a man who is hell-bent on locking up someone I know for a crime that has not been proven in a court of law, yet.

The operator of the previously mentioned site has put my name, and another writer for Hubpages, on his site and is trying to discredit us as writers. He degrades me as an advocate, simply because I believe my friend is innocent.

I hope you enjoy my hub...

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I Have Cyber-Stalkers!!

When I first started talking about this topic, it was a true story added with a twist of humor. However, when I blogged about it, I could not believe how many people read my post, so now I am going to deliver the story, fully factual, so you may also laugh at the events that I have witnessed for myself.

I have recently had the enjoyment of jumping on board a unique, behind-the-scenes team of individuals who are helping a friend prove his innocence in a court of law. The case is so ridiculously staged, that it has become an unbelievable reality-check on just how much power the government actually has in our lives.

If You Think You're Safe, Think Again

Let's go back to Sunday, January 8, at 9:50 P.M. My friend (the suspect being illegally charged) and I were talking, when he received a friend request from someone on Facebook with a private profile and no mutual friends.

Because of the name used in this situation (first name was the same as the county my friend and I live in, and the last name was the first half of [prose]-cutors), we both suspected it could be someone on the prosecution's side trying to access information on his Facebook, as he had just changed his privacy settings to "private".

Or, it could be some hater using such an obvious name to upset my friend more.

Either way, we were not taking any chances. He e-mailed back to the person and called their bluff, explaining that he knew who they were and he was reporting it to his attorney. By the next morning, the profile had been deleted from Facebook.

What do you think happened?


Who do you think the mysterious Barry Prose was?

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Preliminary Exam

Jump to January 13...we are now sitting live in the courtroom. Front and center is the prosecuting attorney, as she is being questioned by the defense attorney about the mysterious friend request made to his client on Facebook.

Have you ever watched a prosecuting attorney squirm and blush? She admitted, under oath, that she had been watching my friend's Facebook for several months until he changed his privacy settings. This upset her greatly because now she could not stalk his news feed to find out what he was saying about his case.

However, she alleged that she did not "mean" to send the friend request. It was an "accident". I don't know about anyone else, but have you ever "accidentally" sent someone a friend request on Facebook?

I can picture her right now, sitting in her Joe Boxers, with a sly look of loathing glee on her face, followed by an even angrier look because she did not get her way on Facebook.

Have you ever sent a friend request on Facebook by "accident"?

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Hears Where It Gets Funny

So, after the preliminary examination is over, we filed out of the courtroom into the hallway. As we were standing there waiting to make our next move, guess who walked out of the courtroom next and passed within inches of me?

It was the prosecuting attorney, who had just admitted to "accidentally" committing prosecutorial tampering against my friend.

"Oh, look, it's Barry Prose!" I announced as she walked by. I turned around to take one last look at her before she went back into her office. If looks could kill, I would be dead. Wait a minute, her eyes sure do look extremely bloodshot. Has anyone tested her for THC lately?

Want more information? The Modern Day 'Poison Pen" and It's Damages illustrates how the government has torn my friend's life apart with these bogus allegations.

Other Information

I have started posting useful information related to political corruption at Life Strategies for Women. There is also an online petition for people to sign to show support to my friend.

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      Sweetsusieg 5 years ago from Michigan

      LOL - As you stated funny. BUT the question is "funny ha-ha" or "funny odd". More of those things in this case than make you go hmmmm...

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      Jennifer McLeod 5 years ago from Battle Creek, Michigan

      "Things That Make You Go Hmmm..." Would that be politically incorrect to sing at the next court day?

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      Kim Tungate 5 years ago

      Isn't this unethical...how can they get away with this.

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      Jennifer McLeod 5 years ago from Battle Creek, Michigan

      That's a good question Kim. So, since the press can't report the truth, we will enlighten people. :)

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      Laura Matkin 5 years ago from Laceys Spring, Alabama

      I am glad you shared this information. Everyone should know about this to prevent this from happening to them. That lawyer was a snake.

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      Jennifer McLeod 5 years ago from Battle Creek, Michigan

      Yes, they are Laura. I cannot believe they have gotten away with what they have gotten away with. This will not end pleasant for someone, I am sure...

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      meta Kane 5 years ago

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      WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

      I'll keep it short. I worked on the internet before it had a name. When I left the Government subsidized industry, I stayed away from the man made astral plane.

      After coming to HubPages, I saw a need to get on Facebook, too. I botched my signup. I sent a friend request to everyone in my mailbox. The county sheriff was the first to respond.

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      diogenes 5 years ago from UK and Mexico

      These is more and more crap on thise sites - even on HP, I have received about 6 bogus "follower" requests, most with a sexual hook, in the last year. They are on the increase.

      I actually dislike Facebook and only stay there to showcase my articles. I mean, all these people with 500 friends! How ridiculous!

      Bob

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      Dexter Yarbrough 5 years ago from United States

      Thanks for sharing this great information. I am wishing the best for your friend!

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      Jennifer McLeod 5 years ago from Battle Creek, Michigan

      Thanks for the comments guys. According to the poll, 30% of people at Hubpages HAS sent out friend requests by accident. Interesting information.

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      Kim Tungate 5 years ago

      Did they use a fake name accidently too..

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      Jennifer McLeod 5 years ago from Battle Creek, Michigan

      Barry Prose would be the fake name. I mean, seriously, she couldn't come up with something better than that? However, I'm not finding anything illegal about them WATCHING people on FB, but the friend request being sent at nearly 10 P.M. was no accident, despite her words under oath. Maybe when they do those things on FB, they are required to use a name that reveals their identity, in the process. But then again, if it was legal, why did she say it was an "accident"?

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