Another cyberstalking case involving Facebook and a very angry person!
August 6, 2013 in Cyber Crime
When someone makes direct remarks that are derogatory and offensive towards another person and cause them to feel terrorized and threaten, that person can be subjected to prosecution under laws that were created to protect the welfare of people in an online environment. As the case with this Batton Rouge man, who was charged with one count of cyberstalking and was taken to the EBR Parish Prison. He was released on a $10,000 bond. Michael Martin, age 22, allegedly posted messages on Facebook suggesting that he wanted to “rape her” because of money that was owed to him by the victim in which she failed to pay him. Click here to read more.
Regardless of the circumstances; no one deserves to be the victim of a cyber stalking crime.