More Trouble For McKee

She will never learn to keep her mouth shut.

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In the above screen shot Michelle outed a person that was once part of #oprollredroll.

She also threatens to give out the IP of a licensed Private Investigator:

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Response by Amy Burch:

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Michelle also went on the attack of a Prosecutor:

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One day Michelle will write a check her ass can’t cover.

Even the IRC Trout Bot agrees. LOL

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. observer
    May 18, 2013 @ 14:32:30

    This person is really certifiable!

    Reply

  2. Queezy
    May 18, 2013 @ 18:40:36

    I cant believe I have to do this, but for once Michelle didn’t out anyone. Batcat outed himself on this long ago on his Twitter. https://twitter.com/JustBatCat/status/297497493539799040
    Im not going to go looking for it, but one of the more prominent news blogs recently interview him and he once again stated that he was never an Anonymous member but worked with them , and outed himself again by saying he simply guessed the password. There was NO HACK.

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    • The Big Bombshell
      May 18, 2013 @ 20:25:15

      We don’t follow JustBatCat so we never saw the statues you provided. It still shows Michelle will make sure that everyone’s errors are thrown out there for everyone to read. Everyone’s but her own.

      Reply

  3. murtwitnessonelive
    May 19, 2013 @ 18:21:12

    Queezy. JustBatCat entered a website without the permission of the site owners. That is against the law. Something close to that happened to me. Michelle Lynn McKee brags that high level FBI agents associate with her and thus would be more likely to have been influenced by her post than one of a multitude anons that have taken credit in one form or another in the disruptions that took place during the Steubenville case.

    Even if JustBatCat “outed” himself months ago, McKee reminded the thousands that follower her that JustBatCat broke the law.

    It would be ultimately up to the site owners to take whatever legal action they would be entitled to take.

    The main point to take from all of this is that Michelle Lynn McKee has acknowledged that Anonymous broke the law and she seems not to care about that.

    MURT

    Reply

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