Cyber-stalkers; Part II, always playing victim…

Before you get your panties in a twist, I don’t plan to sue anyone.
Cyber-stalkers try to damage the reputation of their victim and turn other people against them gathering information online in order to harass them. A repeated pattern of such actions and harassment against a target by an adult constitutes cyber-stalking. Examples of Cyber-stalking are:
According to the law I can.
Gee… What reason would you possibly have to speak to my ex-husband? Cyber-stalking?
talking to Ken
Here’s the pattern discussed in the law text… Were you gathering information?
Cyber-stalking is a form of cyber-bullying. Cyber-bullying is defined in legal glossaries as:
• actions that use information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior by an individual or group that is intended to harm another.
A repeated pattern of such actions and harassment against a target by an adult constitutes cyber stalking.
• The use of internet service and mobile technologies such as web pages and discussion groups as well as instant messaging or SMS text messaging with the intention of harming another person.

While it is legal to use “Google” to look up personal information on someone, it is not legal use that information to harass anyone. I am not the only person you have done this to. This is your Modus operandi (MO), and you brag about it.
My husband would like to know where all his artwork is at, because he doesn’t remember any.
Now this one is just funny… what a narcissist you are.
You let your stupid friends convince you I sent these to myself. It is hard to believe that there are so many sophomoric soap opera people out there! Real people do not send stuff to themselves in the mail! I want to scream “GROW THE FUCK UP!” but that won’t do any good.
police report approved
Fools! A detective will be calling me shortly. I am also hearing that I might need to contact the Postmaster General due to the mailing fraud.