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.
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.
— CaliBlogueur (@CaliBlogueur) October 30, 2014
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.
@tttmon Hacked? Oh!!!! This has got @calideeva written all over it!
— dopre (@Dopre1) November 6, 2014
— Stephan Stewart (@yeahright919) November 1, 2014
Until next time,