Cyber Stalked: Book Bit 157

On January 5, 2010, Medusa somehow gets a picture from all her stalking. This fact in itself is eerie because I never put my picture online. Cell phone shot from physical stalking? Digging for it from someone who knew or knows me? In all honesty, I don’t know. I do know I have never seen that picture.
In any event, Medusa takes that picture and proceeds to create a profile in her own forum with the user name of “jr” and actually posts as me, or “jr”. Could this not be construed as a form of identity theft? Some legal eagles think so:

“Identity Theft is very serious offense – Many identity theft cases are prosecuted as a felony offense. If you discover that someone is impersonating you in a forum or blog, you should consult an attorney immediately to get injunctions to stop further damage. Source:

The city of Sheboygan had recently gotten a new police chief. Medusa titled a topic “Chief [deleted]”.I don’t know why she picked on him in one of her never-ending attempts to get to me, but she did. I cut out the title because I don’t wish to drag the name of anyone else into this mess of Medusa’s making– not even that of a public servant. I also blocked out the face because while it was a striking resemblance to me, it is not my image, nor do I know where it came from – as in who it originally belongs to.

Here is Medusa committing identity theft.


“When does the new Police Chief start? I have a l-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-ong letter I need to get to him post haste!”

(In the mad mind of Medusa, I was the only person to ever use the phrase “Post haste”.)
Now, immediately after committing the crime of identity theft, in what must have been quite the excited state Medusa replies to her own criminal (and stupid) post:
“Is that really you, LIEsinger? Let it be well-known that I DO NOT KNOW THIS WOMAN, NOR SHE ME.”

She be crazy.
She be crazy.

Of course, Medusa HAS to stick her filthy pea brain into the filthy gutter for more jabs:
“Jeni…are you going to deliver the letter personally? Be sure to get few sniffs of your new chief’s holster. I think you’ll find the scent of a Milwaukee Holster SO MUCH sweeter than those sour-smelling Sheboygan holsters.”

“Officer Summer”: “My holster smelled pretty sweet until I got too close to some skunks…”

Why this person did this is beyond me – unless it was yet another made-up user of Medusa’s, but to make it appear someone is actually trying to take this conversation seriously, “someone” posts, “My money is on the new Chief I look for a get tough policy, and about time. Turn the force loose and let them do their jobs. Make the unwanted know this is not a good town to hangout in, go back to where you come from!!”
“Now stop being serious when we’re trying to fool around!”

(REMEMBER: “m” is also posting as “Otto”.)

So to Medusa, identity theft, a crime, is merely “fooling around”. Ohh-kay

Now lookie – a new identity pops in and amazing – is another ‘make a mockery of Jeni LIEsinger’s life’ buddy of Medusa’s! Wow.

“So JR, will you ask him out for a date at your place in that long letter, or will you just let him take you out for a burger and fries first. You know, try to gain his confidence and get his guard down before smacking him with your “needs” list.”

Back to her original “m” handle:

“I’m sure she’s itching to tell the new chief how she was “conned by a cop” and all his bad boys who helped him get away with it. That should take about 10 pages. Then she’ll tell him all about she was persecuted by the former mayor. That will take about 50 pages. And lastly, she’ll warn him to watch out for me (the “lying liberal held liable”) and all you ‘dark-siders.’ That will probably only be one page because she doesn’t want him getting so curious that he actually comes here to check us out.”

Scratch Head
That’s too weird.


Medusa must have been very, very bored that morning because she couldn’t quit with this. She made up stupid names and tried to keep it alive via her anonymous posting “feature” she is so proud of.

This woman is now around 50 years of age. Scary, huh.


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