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Neal Rauhauser Asks For Ron Brynaert To Be DOXED

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Neal asks for Ron to be doxed. Ron has accused many, even myself, but he has never attempted to file charges against anyone. Calling my police department and lying is one thing, but wouldn't people …

Neal asks for Ron to be doxed. Ron has accused many, even myself, but he has never attempted to file charges against anyone. Calling my police department and lying is one thing, but wouldn't people believe that he wasn't helping Neal if he actually tried legal action against him? Never happen. Just like all of his offers to talk to the FBI..You're a crackpot, Ron.

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  • 1. Federal Bureau of Incoherence | Thursday, September 27, 2012 11:26 AM  About « Robert Stacy McCain Experiences Regret | Lulz, At Project Vigilant’s Expense » Federal Bureau of Incoherence
  • 2. I noticed Ron Brynaert writing about Weinergate during either June or July of 2011. I took his “former RawStory editor” at face value, and we exchanged some DMs on Twitter. He called me, I was busy, and I called him back a few days later. And I was greeted with a torrent of abuse as soon as I said who was calling – I had been “sending him weird text messages” ever since he had called me. We got through that, he asked me something about Weinergate, I started to respond, and got another sixty seconds of yelling. He calmed down, repeated the question, I started to answer, and he interrupted again with another sixty or ninety seconds of barely coherent shouting. I hung up on him. Ron had tweeted something about having trouble with his landlord and I was worried he was so worked up he was about to get evicted or something. I knew his former boss, @MichaelRogersDC, so I gave him a call to see if he knew a family member or friend that should be notified that Ron might be in need of assistance. I understand now the icy silence that Rogers gave as his answer that day. Ron taking an interest in you is like getting herpes – sometimes its in remission, some times it’s active, and there is no effective treatment. I was about six months into my Ron infestation when he mentioned that he had a settlement from RawStory. Some time after that he developed a mysterious problem with a Twitter troll account jabbing him, Rogers, and @megancarpentier, the person who replaced him. Later on I heard that Ron had violated the confidentiality clause of his settlement with RawStory by talking about some of the details, and that RawStory was wanting his address so they could have a process server deliver a summons for a civil suit. This is the first time I’ve told this story. I’ve tried to be gentle with Ron, because he is a vulnerable adult, because he is heavily manipulated by a variety of bad actors due to his interest in Weinergate, and because in spite of the obstacles he faces he does do a lot of good investigative journalism. But after fifteen solid months of abuse from him I’ve had my fill of his delusions and his obsessive, incessant harassment of every single person who ever gets mentioned in the same breath as me. Feel free to dox him and ship the information to Rogers so he can get his money back. Maybe then we can all get a little peace and quiet. Share this:  Press This  Twitter1  Facebook Like this: Like Be the first to like this. Posted on September 26, 2012 at 8:52 pm in Uncategorized | RSS feed | Respond | Trackback URL Leave a Reply Enter your comment here...