That's how the cops traced Bebe's stalking
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Date Posted: 17:22:50 05/10/02 Fri
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's message, "People being harassed by Buellshit: Read This" on 07:50:56 04/19/02 Fri
I have reliable information that this is exactly how Bebe was caught violating the restraining order against her. From what I know, she thought she could get around the restraining order and continue to harass her ex and his wife by using fake email addresses like hotmail or yahoo, but didn't realize that all the emails she's been sending were easily traced right back to her home computer. Supposedly the LAPD are involved and Bebe will be facing court proceedings as a result.
The funny thing is, for someone who likes to think she's so intelligent, it's her stupidity that got her caught AGAIN. "Security Expert" has made some good points, but you don't have to be a "computer expert" to see exactly who is sending you email. In the headers of EVERY email that gets sent is the IP address of the senders computer and the senders ISP account, whether a Hotmail address is used or not, and this information is undeniable hard evidence.
Obviously Bebe is so stupid that she thinks because she's behind a computer at home that she is anonymous, but nothing can be further from fact. Fact is that email evidence is something that can't be denied. It's even more conclusive than an eyewitness or DNA evidence, as an eyewitness can always have their credibility attacked, and as we saw in the OJ Simpson trial even DNA evidence can be made questionable. But an email can never be denied as it is contains hard evidence of the senders ISP account and leads right back to their home computer. Case closed.
If anyone else is being harassed by Buellshit, or any other online stalking behavior, the police can have the ISP release their logs with all the information you can imagine. Just make sure you save the harassing emails and print them out just to be safe. You'll find that "BB" sees and records all. Big Brother that is.
>This Bebe saga is like watching a train wreck. As a
>security expert, I thought I'd give some advice to the
>people who are being harassed by a certain element
>trying to hide behind computer aliases by using
>different e-mail addresses.
>Rule #1: If someone is harassing you by e-mail, don't
>respond. They want you to get in a war of words with
>them and then possibly use it against you by saying
>YOU are harassing THEM.
>Rule #2: All harassing e-mail should be forwarded to
>the abuse/harassment department of the harasser's
>e-mail provider. The abuse addresses for most
>providers is abuse@nameofprovider. For example, for
>Hotmail, it's email@example.com. It's also a good idea
>to print out all the harassing e-mail you get. If
>someone tries to lie and forge e-mail by saying you're
>harassing them, the Internet Service Provider will
>know it because they have records of when you've
>logged on and when you sent e-mail. People who try and
>trump up phony charges will have this backfire on
>them, and they just get the scrutiny put on them.
>Rule #3: Use mail filters to block the harasser. If
>necessary, change your e-mail address.
>A word of warning to anyone who thinks they can harass
>people through e-mail and hide behind aliases. Even if
>you use what you think is an anonymous e-mail account
>such as through Hotmail or Yahoo, it's still traceable
>to your Internet Service Provider, which has records
>of when you've logged on and sent e-mail. A lot of us
>computer experts can still find out if multiple e-mail
>addresses are coming from the same computer. It's just
>like people who make harassing phone calls to a local
>phone number and they think they can't be traced
>because the local number doesn't appear on their phone
>bill. Wrong. The phone company still has records of
>all calls you make (even local phone calls, even if
>you have caller ID blocking) which can be turned over
>to law enforcement at the request of people who are
>being harassed. If someone falsely accuses you of
>making harassing phone calls, the phone company can
>easily look up records to see who's telling the truth.
>It's largely the same with ISPs.
>Someone should tell Bebe to read the Constitution of
>the United States and learn the difference between
>freedom of speech and harassment. When people say
>"Bebe Buell is a crazy bitch" on a message board or
>elsewhere, that's an opinion which people are entitled
>to under the First Amendment. AND THEY CAN SAY IT AS
>MUCH AS THEY WANT. When people say "I heard Elvis
>Costello feels like vomiting in disgust every time he
>hears Bebe Buell's name." That's gossip, also freedom
>of speech protected by the Constitution. But when you
>cross the line and start threatening people
>relentlessly, that's harassment.
>When you look at Bebe's life and how so many people
>for so many years have wanted nothing to do with her
>after they've had the misfortune of getting involved
>with her, it's clear that she hasn't changed and she
>never will change. She also has a pattern of blaming
>other people for problems she's caused. It's typical
>behavior from someone who's lost touch with reality.
>If Bebe is reading this---I think you should be
>committed to a mental hospital. You're a deeply
>troubled and angry loser, you're not fooling anyone
>with these crazy stunts you're trying to pull, and I
>doubt all the medication in the world can cure you.
>That's my opinion, BITCH!
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