Sunday, February 5, 2012

What part of STOP don't you understand?

Jan 21st, A4CWSN made threats. Big threats.


This wasn't the only threat.  Veiled threats were made towards me as well.





I'm sure you get the idea, these veiled threats aren't the first ones by a4cwsn.

The police were contacted.

On Jan 22, a nice police officer came to my house and took my statement. The police in CT were also contacted.

Anyways, I sent a two part tweet to A4cwsn to let him know not to contact me anymore.


Yet he continues.  All of his tweets, I don't even bother reading.  I tried asking nicely, adding a smile here and there to try and make things polite, but he persists.  Since I sent the above tweet, i have been contacted I don't even know how many times, and I only ever reply with a variation of stop tweeting me. 




















The other night I got this tweet from A4cwsn, again trying to intimidate and bully me.  The case file # he posted, is MY case file number to reference with the police.  

I have asked him 51 times to date to stop (I just counted the tweets).  So you tell me, who is harassing and bullying who?

17 comments:

  1. Def obvious to me that he has been asked enough to stop tweeting you now. Gone beyond the joke to keep up contact with you after all that.

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  2. You have asked over and over for him to stop yet he continues. Stand strong!

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  3. I am so happy that you are documenting this harassment publicly. Simply put, I can't believe it is STILL happening on a daily basis. 

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  4. He's demented.  He's under the mistaken belief that he's in charge, in control.  He needs serious help before he actually hurts someone instead of just threatening them.  That he makes the threats, then deletes them, shows he KNOWS he's doing something wrong, or he'd be more than happy to leave them up for everyone to come and see.  He's even trying to intimidate some of the app developers that have donated to A4.  His threats need to be taken seriously, especially as there are children involved.

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  5. Wow. People still support this loon???  Holy crap. Thank goodness i've never purchased his apps!!!!!!!!!!!! 

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  6. he obviously has to know we're screen shooting all his comments (before they're deleted) and I have told him he's under investigation for Criminal Harassment here (hence the case # from the police).  He's digging his own grave, and he just doesn't.get.it. 

    It's really annoying though. I can't tweet anything without him replying to it. Even if it has nothing to do with him, he thinks it does.  I have better things to do with my time than just tweet shit about him. 

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  7. Isn't there a way of blocking somebody from contacting you like you can with email accounts?

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  8. i have blocked him several times. then he takes down twitter and you just have to do it again. It also doesn't stop him from tweeting me, OR reading my tweets. There is NO reason I should have to protect my tweets and limit the content of them because of some crazy.  I won't be intimidated OR bullied by him, and doing so would leave him feeling victorious. Cause he's crazy like that. 

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  9. I don't think he deletes them because he knows he's wrong. He deletes them so people won't see them and start questioning him more!

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  10. Had a look and the word "stop" is actually stop in lots of different languages.  Just in case he can't understand though, heres a few other words for it:  detener (Spanish), stands (Danish) Stopp (Norwegian)  Apstaties (Latvian) or maybe Prohibere (Latin)....

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  11. So let me get this straight. You want him to stop tweeting you? ;)

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  12. Absolutely crazy, and 11,000 people are supporting this lunatic?

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  13. maybe I should try one of these. He's still fucking tweeting me. !!??!!

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  14. I'm very concerned that this is a man who doesn't know how to take the word no for an answer.

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  15. A person with narcissistic personality disorder may:React to criticism with rage, shame, or humiliation [check]Take advantage of other people to achieve his or her own goals [check]Have excessive feelings of self-importance [check]Exaggerate achievements and talents [check]Be preoccupied with fantasies of success, power, beauty, intelligence, or ideal love [check]Have unreasonable expectations of favorable treatment [check]Need constant attention and admiration [check]Disregard the feelings of others, and have little ability to feel empathy [check]Have obsessive self-interest [check]Pursue mainly selfish goals [check]

    Diagnosis complete!!!

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  16. Still tweeting!

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  17. AutismMamaDontPlayThatFebruary 10, 2012 at 7:28 PM

    Don't be fooled by the number of followers he has on his page. I think a few of them might be his own "alter egos," while a great deal of them are those that are just as crazy as he is (except some of us choose to use our super-crazy for good, ha!) and know the importance of keeping your friends close and your adversaries even closer. A snake can't bite you if you've got both eyes fixated on its every move (and there are quite a few people on A4CWSN that have his number, and stick around to watch the serpent squirm).

    Paranoia...the other white meat. ;) Gnaw on that one for a bit and see how it tastes, Mr. James...

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