Caught Red Handed

The following tweet popped up in my twitter time line this morning:

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So, of course I click on it to do some investigating and this is what I found.

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In the pastebin it clearly states “Recently a police officer’s personal phone number was apparently released by persons unknown. We regret this. While we do sometimes release personal information, a procedure known as D0xing, we have not reached that point in this case. We hope and fully expect not to.”

Then I remembered a couple tweet I had seen by Michelle yesterday (which I took screen shots of):

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At the bottom of the pastebin in the above screens shot (partial link removed) it states the following:

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Gee, I wonder who could have possibly released that Detective’s personal cell phone number, who is now getting harassed?  Huh… A real mystery here.

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. murtwitnessonelive
    May 02, 2013 @ 13:54:17

    Posting a law enforcement officer’s personal information is against the law in most cities and states. Penalties include jail time and stiff fines. By posting the number, it places not only the officer’s safety at risk but the public as well as the net result of publishing the number is to have it spammed resulting in the officer unable to be notified of emergencies and otherwise be unable to protect and serve the public.

    For someone who claims to have connections in law enforcement, I find Michelle L McKee supporting actions like this against law enforcement personnel astonishing.

    MURT

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  2. Jacqui
    May 02, 2013 @ 14:53:50

    Read end who released by
    (link retracted due to personal info)

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    • Queen_Sleuth
      May 02, 2013 @ 16:13:32

      “This paste was prepared by Michelle L. McKee and Alexandria Goddard”

      Well that explains why the darn thing rambles on and on and on and on……
      Who the hell are they to call an op anyway? They’re not Anonymous. If you look around on twitter you’ll see that there were 4 anon at the most who even acknowledged this so-called ‘op’ of theirs. My guess is those 4 who did are friends of McNutt and Alexandria who surfaced under new anon accounts during the Steubenville op. That says A LOT about how GENUINE anons feel about them. If they were smart, they’d stop this crap. Seems they’re pissing A LOT of people off… People they probably shouldn’t get on the bad side of. Will be entertaining tho 🙂

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  3. Anonymous
    May 02, 2013 @ 17:44:51

    McKee’s latest says she only posted what was already picked up by Google. See here:

    I wonder if someone posted her cell if she would say nothing to those who included it in a pastebin and sent out 100+ links to it.

    It should also be noted that if something were an actual “adopted” op it would appear in the discussions or IRC. As of last night, there was nothing there about this specific op.

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  5. guest
    May 03, 2013 @ 01:15:37

    Meanwhile, police are investigating the source of an allegedly menacing text message sent to Sean O’Connell, the lead detective in the Limberios case. They refuse to release information about the message but have subpoenaed phone records belonging to the person who uses the phone number that sent it. O’Connell’s work cell phone number was posted on the Justice for Jake Facebook page Monday.
    http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/3678351

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  8. mcgreggorsback
    Jun 21, 2013 @ 03:34:44

    Has anyone taken the time to contact this Officer and advised him of who released his information, and the evidence found. I do believe he is the most important person to reveal this information to. I’m sure he would appreciate the notification and handle the situation from there. And given the opportunity of knowing where its posted to have it removed, and the two fools taken away from the internet to prevent them from doing it again. So, has he been notified?

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    • The Big Bombshell
      Jun 21, 2013 @ 03:39:26

      I received a DM stating that the blog we did with the screen shots of Michelle admitting she posted the deputies personal cell phone number was emailed to the police department in Steubenville.

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