Today the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams once again used Twitter to warn that I am an “extremely dangerous” person, and “any contact” with me could result in “harmful damage”:
He also claimed that he’s “meeting with the RCMP in a few weeks,” presumably to report me for “stalking and harassing” him (i.e. publishing information about his many crimes):
Casual readers might wonder why, if I have been “stalking and harassing” Jeromie for “over two years,” he is only going to meet with the RCMP “in a few weeks.”
Regular readers might recall, to take only a few examples, that:
That’s a lot of police reports! Or, to be more precise, a lot of lies.
For the record, I suspect that Jeromie has not, and will not, go to the RCMP for two very simple reasons:
- Unlike Jeromie, I have committed no crimes. As we have explained so many times, there’s a huge difference between (a) criminal harassment, and (b) commenting on matters of public importance, or exposing serious criminal activities, as this site does.
- Going to the RCMP could draw their attention to Jeromie’s rather long list of suspected crimes, including, but not limited to, criminal harassment, uttering threats, intimidation, cruelty to animals, fraud, embezzlement, theft, mischief, mischief in relation to data, prostitution, keeping a bawdyhouse, possession of a controlled substance (crystal methamphetamine, cocaine), possession and distribution of child pornography, and various violations of the U.S. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (18 U.S.C. § 1030) and U.S. state laws.
Of course, if Jeromie ever does give me a name or contact information for the officer(s) he’s claimed, at various times, to be dealing with, I’ll be happy to post a correction here.
Along with the officer’s contact info, of course, for all of Jeromie’s victims.
UPDATE (July 28, 2014): More of the same, this time to “Social Media Strategist” Karen Geier: