Hackers Begone: Welcome SiteLock

SiteLock, our new Security Guard!

Update  — November 14, 2014

Welcome to Justice4ever!  With an awesome new SiteLock security program, would-be hackers will encounter a hostile environment while visitors will be welcomed into a secure zone for reading and discussing.  [Note: the SiteLock icon is permanently embedded at the upper right section of the page.]  Once again, I owe my readers an apology for the recent site disruption by a criminal intrusion of malware code. The hackers committed a serious cyber-crime which has been reported to law enforcement.

Reporting a cyber-attack to the proper authorities is what any conscientious website owner would do, along with an update to readers. So what is up with the clamorous, outraged response from a group of cyber-harassers dedicated to the innocence of convicted murderer, Amanda Knox?

[Note: technically, Knox is provisionally guilty following two appeals, and now pending a ruling from the Italian Corte di Cassazione.]

UPDATE! Google has removed its warning that my website “may be hacked.”  I complied with the instructions to fix the problem, document it and resubmit my site for a second review. It passed scrutiny and we’re all back in business. I didn’t want to see the Google search warning flag another day. I got my wish yesterday with the “all clear” communication from Google.

Google Search Engine Warns of Hacked Site

Google Search Engine Warns of Hacked Site

Why are Knox Supporters Freaking Out?

On October 30th, a reader and friend tried to open the link to a new post distributed on Twitter. She was stunned and confused.  What she opened was definitely not the new guest post by Swansea Jack. that she was expecting.  My site had been compromised.

I tweeted the news followed up by the assurance that I would — and did — report the cyber-attack to law enforcement. The FBI is an acronym that inspires confidence and trust in most Americans — as Jack so eloquently stated in his blog last month.  There is a different connotation to Amanda Knox followers. “Ex-FBI” better known as Steve Moore and Jim Clemente, are not mere mortals. They are Gods. Cross them at your own risk.

Employed FBI agents, however, are mere mortals.

I submitted an incident report to the authentic FBI, the mere mention of the name causing the earth to shake, and molten lava came pouring down from Mount St. Helens, Washington, where Knox’s not-so-merry remnant band of followers resides. A stream of tweets followed, discrediting me, and accusing me of fabricating the hacking to fuel my narcissistic temperament. I was accused of falsely accusing Knox supporters of hacking my website. If you’re thoroughly confused by now, welcome to the club. And by the way, they can’t verify their lies and defaming. Because they lie. Word spread, and it wasn’t long before my reputation, my website, my very person and appearance were dragged through the mud.

Readers should check out the Injustice Anywhere forum and the Ground Report disqus board, [Cyberbullying for Meredith Kercher by KayPea]. Get ready for every brand of crazy.




Until next time,


Meredith Kercher Remembered: Her Shining Light

Has It Been Seven Years? November 1, 2007

Perugia, Italy

Today is a hallowed day. Seven years ago on this very date in the late evening, Meredith Kercher’s life was brutally taken. The details haven’t diminished in shock value despite the passage of years. Meredith, then a 21-year-old Leeds University student from London, was in Perugia for a year’s study program on a scholarship she worked hard to attain.  As someone said on Twitter today, on this day Meredith woke up to her last day on this earth.

MeredithAnimatedFaceEditedWhether her killers plotted their diabolical course of action or whether what occurred that night was a spontaneous drug-and-lust-fueled frenzy, they did kill her.  Fleeing in fear and/or paranoia before Meredith was dead, the three assailants abandoned her to make this lonely journey alone locked securely away in the bedroom of this cottage she shared with three other women, one of whom was her assassin.  They took her cell phones — her lifeline — along with her credit cards, leaving her collapsed on a frozen tile floor, to suffocate as she swallowed her own life’s blood. She was far from home, far from family, unable now to call for help or summon her fellow student English girlfriends, who lived minutes away.

But remember… this was a young woman who valiantly fought to the death against three attackers. This says a LOT about the determination she had to live, fight back, somehow get away. As her sister Stephanie said about her, Meredith was strong both in temperament and in physical strength.

Last year on Meredith’s anniversary, I quoted Antoine Saint Exupery’s The Little Prince,  a personal favorite of mine. Pondering how I wanted to pay tribute to her today, once again an aviation theme came to mind. I thought immediately of the poem High Flight by John Gillespie Magee, Jr.  Americans might recall this as the poem cited by President Ronald Reagan after the tragic explosion of the space shuttle Challenger.

High Flight

 Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;
Sunward I’ve climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth
Of sun-split clouds, — and done a hundred things
You have not dreamed of — wheeled and soared and swung
High in the sunlit silence. Hov’ring there,
I’ve chased the shouting wind along, and flung
My eager craft through footless halls of air. . . .

Up, up the long, delirious burning blue
I’ve topped the wind-swept heights with easy grace
Where never lark, or ever eagle flew —
And, while with silent, lifting mind I’ve trod
The high untrespassed sanctity of space,
Put out my hand, and touched the face of God.

–  John Gillespie Magee, Jr.

Rest in peace, dear Meredith.

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Amanda Knox and the FOA… or FBI?

Friends of Amanda (FOA) or FBI?

by Swansea Jack

Readers, extend a welcome to Swansea Jack who joins us from the UK.  Jack is a General in Meredith’s army, actively communicating on Twitter with the most aggressive Knox supporters, defending the evidence and pointing out the error of their ways.  If you don’t follow Jack on Twitter, now is the time to do so. You won’t regret it!


Meredith2Meredith Susanna Cara Kercher was brutally murdered by her housemate, Amanda Marie Knox, Raffaele Sollecito (Knox’s then-boyfriend) and Rudy Hermann Guede on the 1st of November 2007.

Steve Moore's Twitter Profile Photo

Steve Moore’s Twitter Profile Photo

As many of you on Twitter are probably aware, I have been involved in research and debate on this case since January this year. The most striking elements of Knox’s propaganda-driven PR campaign that I personally take exception to are the views of so called “experts,” ex- FBI agents Steve “Gman” Moore and Jim Clemente.

Jim Clemente

Jim Clemente

It is evident from speaking to a very dear American friend, that both Moore’s and Clemente’s ex-FBI status is confusing for Americans. The FBI is seen as champions of justice, protectors, the ones who collar the bad guys.

So why is it that both Clemente and Moore are willing to make such public, factually incorrect, outlandish claims in defence of Amanda Knox? In my opinion,  both Clemente and Moore are nothing more than talking heads who are using Knox as a springboard to self-promotion, publicity and no doubt to some extent, financial gain.

I find myself offering reassurance and reminding people that neither Clemente nor Moore represent the FBI but merely the FOA (Friends of Amanda).

Moore and Clemente are either ignorant of — or unable to accept — the fact that the police investigation facility in Rome has very close links with the FBI.  Agents are regularly stationed at the Rome headquarters and jointly investigate crimes involving both the USA and Italy.

Correct me if I am wrong, but personally I am not aware of any of these actual serving agents being publicly critical of the Italian police handling of the Knox case. Are you?

So let’s take a look at Steve Moore’s recent self indulgent article on his gmancasefile blog. It is completely apparent to me that Knox supporters can no longer discuss the case evidence without exposing and confirming Knox’s guilt, so the new FOA tactic is to label justice seekers as trolls and haters.

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Hannah Graham’s Remains Identified


 “When we started this journey together we all hoped for a happier ending. Sadly that was not to be,” Graham’s parents, John and Sue Graham, said in a statement provided by the Albemarle County [Virginia] Police Department. “We are devastated by the loss of our beautiful daughter. … Although we have lost our precious Hannah, the light she radiated can never be extinguished.”

This profoundly sad statement followed today’s announcement that 18-year-old Hannah had been positively identified., Her remains were found on October 18th during a search conducted by Sheriff’s Deputies. They were prepared to call it a day when they gave it one more try and found scattered human remains in a wooded area of Albemarle County. Jesse Leroy Matthew, Jr., age 32, is reported to have previously lived not far from the spot where he dumped the body of this beautiful, brilliant University of Virginia student.

HannahGrahamStandingHannah was last seen in his company leaving a bar/restaurant in the early morning hours of September 13. Witnesses said she appeared physically impaired, barely able to stand, leaning into Matthew who was noted to have had a tight grip on her opposite arm.  Although Hannah had been drinking earlier at a party that night, surveillance cameras later captured her walking normally, at times running, prior to her encounter with Matthew, who approached her as she walked along The Mall, a popular avenue of restaurants, bars and nightspots.

I’m aware that the law considers Jesse Matthew innocent until proven guilty. My own opinion is that there’s sufficient evidence pointing to Matthew as her killer, and I will refer to him accordingly. As a monster.

Morgan Harrington

Morgan Harrington

Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington, age 20, who disappeared in 2009, was murdered, her remains found only six miles from where Hannah’s were recovered. Forensic evidence has linked both Morgan and Hannah to Jesse Matthew,

Meanwhile, yesterday a judge issued a bench warrant for Matthew’s transfer to Fairfax County to face charges on a 2005 sexual assault case. The details of the assault reveal a brutal assailant. I believe it’s a certainty that Morgan and Hannah endured the same unspeakable torture prior to death.


Charges for the murder of Hannah Graham are pending.

I think it’s safe to say that this fiend will be locked up for life, never to see the light of day again.

Read my prior post Is Jesse Matthew a Serial Killer.

RIP Hannah

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Anni Hindocha: Husband Shrien Dewani’s Cape Town Trial Commences

Nearly Four Years After Murder of Anni Hindocha, Shrien Dewani’s Trial Starts Monday, October 6, 2014

AnniAndShrienIn what has become known as the Honeymoon Murder, Shrien Dewani, a 34-year-old British citizen, will stand trial in the Western Cape High Court, South Africa.  Charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping, robbery with aggravating circumstances, murder, kidnapping, and defeating the ends of justice, Dewani’s lawyers had fought a drawn-out legal battle to prevent his extradition from the UK to South Africa. In November, 2010, he and his bride, 28-year-old Anni Hindocha, a Swedish citizen, were honeymooning in Cape Town, staying at the five-star Cape Grace Hotel. Two weeks prior on October 27, the two had been married in a traditional Hindu ceremony in Mumbai (Bombay) India. Anni’s family states that a civil ceremony was planned the following March.

No Cameras Allowed in Court

Outside High Court Cape Town

Outside High Court Cape Town

Unlike the Oscar Pistorius trial in Pretoria, Dewani’s trial will not be televised. Personally, I’m disappointed. Gag orders could be issued restricting media commentary (opinions) while at least the public could view the proceedings. But presiding Judge Jeanette Traverso has spoken and I fully and completely respect that decision.

Dewani’s Mental Health, Good Lawyers, Extradition

CCTV captured Dewani numerous times in hotel hallway. Here he's seen making "gunslinger" gestture to Anni

CCTV captured Dewani numerous times in hotel hallway. Here he’s seen making “gunslinger” gesture to Anni

Extradited in April from the UK to South Africa, Dewani was immediately placed under the care of physicians at Valkenberg Psychiatric Hospital where he received a 30-day evaluation. I believe the process is similar to the Oscar Pistorius mental health review. Anyway, he was found competent to stand trial and that is what counts.

Also similar to Pistorius, Dewani is rich. His high-powered legal team successfully delayed his extradition for years, arguing that he was mentally unfit to stand trial. Diagnosed with depression and PTSD following Anni’s murder, his lawyers were prepared to take his appeal all the way to the High Court but ultimately a judge ruled that he was fit to stand trial in South Africa.

Take Note Amanda Knox Supporters: The Reality of Extradition Process

Taking a brief detour here, anyone following the Amanda Knox case knows about the social media wars raging on the topic of extradition. Her supporters insist that she will never be extradited should Italy file such a request. All their arguments fall apart under scrutiny. Granted, Dewani’s extradition was in accordance with UK law, but the following excerpt from the wiki summarizes a key principle of extradition:

Following the initial stages of the extradition process, the court had to decide whether there was evidence which would be sufficient to make a case requiring an answer by the person if the proceedings were the summary trial of an information against him.[63] The mere suspicion, reasonably justified, by the South African prosecuting authorities would be sufficient.

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Is Jesse Matthew a Serial Killer?

Investigators Link Abduction of Hannah Graham with Abduction and Murder of Morgan Harrington

JesseMatthew-harrington-graham-connectionSeptember 29, 2014

Investigators Release a Statement


“For the past five years, the Virginia State Police has been aggressively pursuing the investigation into the disappearance and death of 20-year-old Morgan D. Harrington of Roanoke, Va. Last week, the arrest of Jesse L. Matthew Jr., 32, of Charlottesville, Va., provided a significant break in this case with a new forensic link for state police investigators to pursue. There is a still a great deal of work to be done in regards to this investigation and we appreciate the public’s patience as we move forward.

Anyone with new information concerning the Harrington investigation is encouraged to contact the Virginia State Police at 434-352-3467 or the Jefferson Area Crime Stoppers at 434-977-4000.

Morgan Harrington

Morgan Harrington

In my prior post, I asked: Is there a serial killer in Virginia? Convinced of the connection between the murder of university student Morgan Harrington, 20, and the abduction of Hannah Graham, 18, my mind immediately sought similarities: same city, same victimology, both young women abducted from public venues. 

Flight to Texas as Fugitive from Justice, Extradition to Virginia

Suspect Jesse Matthew was initially charged with a traffic violation — the latest in a lengthy history of similar charges — after speeding away from the Charlottesville PD. A Wanted notice was subsequently posted when Matthew disappeared from his home and place of employment, becoming a fugitive from justice.  Discovered and arrested without incident on a Texas beach, he was charged with lying to police by the County of Galveston. Denied bond on the arrest warrant for federal charges of abduction and intent to defile, Matthew was quickly extradited to Virginia. He’s not talking to investigators.



Within days, federal and local investigators made a forensic connection between Matthew and the two abducted young women. We don’t know specifically what the link is, but fortunately there was sufficient forensic evidence in Morgan’s murder to connect that crime to Hannah and their mutual abductor, Jesse Matthew. 

A Tale of Horror and Grief for Two Families

Hannah Graham in surveillance video captured in hallway of apartment party on September 12, 2014

Hannah Graham in surveillance video captured in hallway of apartment party on September 12, 2014

It’s a fine day for justice but a day of heartrending grief for Hannah Graham’s parents. Hannah is still missing and she must be found.  My thoughts are with her family, and with Morgan’s. Hannah’s parents are subjected to the intense anxiety of not knowing where she is. Morgan’s family now possesses information they have sought since her abduction and murder five years ago. In a gesture of solidarity and support, Morgan’s mother, Gil, reached out to the Grahams:

“We are heartbroken for her family. We know what they’re going through,” Harrington told WTVR.com in the days after Graham disappeared. “Police need information. They need to process tips. Please reach out to police and do not be the filter. Even if you think it does not make sense, let police be the filter.”

Charlottesville Afflicted with String of Abductions of Young Women

In an excellent Mail Online article, I learned that an additional five young women have gone missing in the Charlottesville area within the same time period, specifically identified as the Route 29 Corridor. Only one, Morgan Harrington’s, remains were recovered in January 2010. Jesse Matthew may face additional charges for a 2005 rape reported to police by the victim who later decided not to press charges at that time. Matthew insisted it was consensual sex. The Mail provided a concise list:

  • If the link between Morgan’s disappearance and Matthew is confirmed, the 32-year-old will be accused of the abduction, rape or sexual assault of at least four young women over a 14-year period.
  • The abduction ‘with intent to defile’ (a legal term for sexual assault) of UVA student Hannah Graham in September 2014.
  • The murder of Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington in October 2009
  • Sexual assault of a 26-year-old woman in Fairfax, Virginia, in September 2005, [My notation: Lynchburg Police department case file 2002071459]
  • Rape of a Liberty University student in October 2002

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