Don’t Let Verizon ‘Edit’ the Internet

Don’t Let Verizon ‘Edit’ the Internet

Unwritten: Chapter 39: It’s Your MOVE

Fire! Code Word for the Day!

[insert unpublished Police Corruption Appeal]

Ready, set, GO!

Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
Research & Policy Analyst

Begin forwarded message:

From: Elyssa Durant
Date: July 27, 2013, 6:13:38 PM EDT
To: Elyssa Danielle Durant
Subject: Fwd: testing cubmail DRAFT !! 6/27/13 6:13pm

Evidence.

CUIT closed incident report and no one responded from Public Safety as I was told by the help-LESS desk every time I report security breach.

I filed multiple reports with all my ISPs that were compromised using a sophisticated hacking tools combined with social engineering techniques making it near impossible to explain to 99% of the human race who simply can not understand why I can’t just fix it by changing my password.

I have been dealing with this ridiculous situation for so long that I am all too familiar with ignorant and judgmental InfoSec elitist and law enforcement who seem to think a stolen cellphone does not warrant a police report or follow up call to Computer Crimes and the Fraud Unit.

Although I am quite familiar with the “CyberSecurity” “industry, I am more concerned by the lack of research, evaluation, and implementation of effective policies addressing the problem in education, law enforcement and by the court system.

This paper will (or will not) address:
CyberCrimes
CyberBullying (minors only)
CyberStalking
CyberLibel
CyberSecurity
CyberWar
CyberTerrorism

Because none of you fuckers seem to know the difference.

The first victim of my wrath will be the POLICE since they clearly lack the skills and the training necessary to be effective in responding or investigating computer crimes ranging from harassment to organized crime and terrorism.

Get ready fuckers! You’re about to see a transcript of a poorly executed “Crime Suppression” operation gone bad. Very, very bad!!

Time is 6:10pm.

I’ll c u when u get there. 😉

CyberSecurity has become a not believing that clearly I must be either stupid, paranoid or crazy think have gotten even the police report got “lost” in the mail.

I am now escalating my complaint to whomever I need to in order to have this resolved one way of another.

The OIG requested as that I provide as much detail as possible which happens to be one of my strong suits.

Annoying? Yes.

Loquacious and verbose? Absolutely.

Thorough and an eye for details and specifics? Absolutely.

I was told that the single most critical
Don’t worry, you are in good company since

I am resending a few KEY documents that went through CUIT since no one took this seriously three years ago.

That is all. For now.

Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
Research & Policy Analyst

Begin forwarded message:

From: Elyssa Durant
Date: November 20, 2010, 1:41:09 PM EST
To: ed70@columbia.edu
Cc: rockingjude-v@hotmail.com
Subject: Fwd: testing cubmail

—– Forwarded message from —-
Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2000 22:19:29 -0500 (EST)
From: Elyssa Danielle Durant
Reply-To: Elyssa Danielle Durant
test 123
___________________________________________________
Elyssa D. Durant
Columbia University
New York, NY 10025
~or~
E-Mail: elyssa.durant@columbia.edu
ALT: ElyssaD@aol.com

“Right now my life is just one learning experience after another…
by the end of the week, I should be a genius!”

—– End forwarded message —–


Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
E-mail: ed70@columbia.edu
http://thepowersthatbeat.blogspot.com

“You may not care how much I know, but you don’t know how much I care”

Chapter 39: It’s Your MOVE

And the rest is still unwritten…

Evaluating the impact of police corruption and community cohesiveness after disaster.

Fire.

Water.

Burn.

Training police and investigators what NOT to do during community disaster and crises.

TBA implementing disaster planning and response during and after tragedy.

TBA: community health models

TBA: Political Corruption and oversight.

Case Study: Subject One
Victim of CyberStalking, Harassment, Felony Assault and repeated death threats via text messages.

Strategy: Get better Evidence.

CUIT closed incident report and no one responded from Public Safety as I was told by the help-LESS desk every time I report security breach.

I filed multiple reports with all my ISPs that were compromised using a sophisticated hacking tools combined with social engineering techniques making it near impossible to explain to 99% of the human race who simply can not understand why I can’t just fix it by changing my password.

I have been dealing with this ridiculous situation for so long that I am all too familiar with ignorant and judgmental InfoSec elitist and law enforcement who seem to think a stolen cellphone does not warrant a police report or follow up call to Computer Crimes and the Fraud Unit.

Although I am

CyberSecurity has become a not believing that clearly I must be either stupid, paranoid or crazy think have gotten even the police report got “lost” in the mail.

I am now escalating my complaint to whomever I need to in order to have this resolved one way of another.

The OIG requested as that I provide as much detail as possible which happens to be one of my strong suits.

Annoying? Yes.

Loquacious and verbose? Absolutely.

Thorough and an eye for details and specifics? Absolutely.

I was told that the single most critical thing to do right now is preserve the chain of evidence that was tampered with by police.

“That’s a violation of first and fourth amendments, and that is about as serious as it gets.” University of Chicago Law in re: Search and seizure of cell phones without a warrant.

Don’t worry, Fucktards, you are in good company since nobody likes you very much either. Especially after hearing the recordings. You know, the 911 tapes and surveillance video because you either lazy, incompetent or on the take.

Probably all three.

DISCLOSURE: No apology for speaking this way after what was said to me and about me during the investigation.

If you can’t understand me, I sure as shit can try a little more gangsta.

“She only talks that way because she doesn’t speak English.”

“The supervising officer only left because he didn’t feel he could get an accurate statement.”

COUNTERPOINT: If you have a traumatized, injured witness, you stick a rookie on the case! Period.

“He didn’t make an arrest because you don’t make good witnesses.”

COUNTERPOINT: what exactly are “people like me?” Perhaps you heard that I can be difficult to deal with by the CSU that forgot to tell me when they were bringing in machine guns.

Check the fucking records. Pretty sure they weren’t really “lost.”

ICE ICE BABy? We don’t need no water let the mother fuckers burn.

Next time, bring a warrant, a reporter and a brain. Don’t arrive hot at 5am.

Code 3.

Next?

I am resending a few KEY documents that went through CUIT since no one took this seriously three years ago.

That is all. For now.

Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
Research & Policy Analyst

Chapter 39: It’s your MOVE

test 123
___________________________________________________
Elyssa D. Durant
Columbia University

“Right now my life is just one learning experience after another…
by the end of the week, I should be a genius!”

—– End forwarded message —–


Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
E-mail: ed70@columbia.edu
http://thepowersthatbeat.blogspot.com

“You may not care how much I know, but you don’t know how much I care”

Philadelphia police department: Move, 39th district corruption scandal, philadelphia … (2010). [S.l.]: General Books. Save to EasyBib

Confidential informants: Problems, issues and strategies. (2010). [Mechanicsburg, Pa.]: Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Save to EasyBib

Avery, M., & Rudovsky, D. (1978). Police misconduct litigation manual. [Philadelphia]: The Guild. Save to EasyBib

McGlennon, J. J. (1977). Bureaucratic crisis and executive leadership: Corruption in police departments. Save to EasyBib

McGlennon, J. J. (1977). Bureaucratic crisis and executive leadership: Corruption in police departments. Save to EasyBib

Report on police corruption and the quality of law enforcement in Philadelphia. (1974). [Harrisburg, Pa.]: Pennsylvania Crime Commission. Save to EasyBib

Anderson, J., & Hevenor, H. (1987). Burning down the house: MOVE and the tragedy of Philadelphia. New York: Norton. Save to EasyBib

Lawson, W. S. (2011). Wideman. [S.l.]: Gale Ecco, U S Supreme C. Save to EasyBib

Cointelpro the counterintelligence program of the FBI. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

Cointelpro the counterintelligence program of the FBI. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

COINTELPRO: The counterintelligence program of the FBI. [Pt. 2] Black nationalist hate groups. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

COINTELPRO the Counterintelligence program of the FBI. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

COINTELPRO: The counterintelligence program of the FBI. [Pt. 5] Special operations : Nationalities intelligence ; espionage. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

Blackstock, N. (1975). Cointelpro: The FBI’s secret war on political freedom. With an introd. by Noam Chomsky. New York: Vintage Books. Save to EasyBib

Blackstock, N. (1975). Cointelpro: The FBI’s secret war on political freedom. With an introd. by Noam Chomsky. New York: Vintage Books. Save to EasyBib

Carlisle, R. P. (2005). Encyclopedia of intelligence and counterintelligence. Armonk, NY: Sharpe Reference. Save to EasyBib

Federal Bureau of Investigation [Freedom of Information Act] subject [files]. (2004). [Washington, DC]: Federal Bureau of Investigation. Save to EasyBib

Carlisle, R. P. (2005). Encyclopedia of intelligence and counterintelligence. Armonk, NY: Sharpe Reference. Save to EasyBib

Memorandums on counterintelligence, 1961-1973. (1961). S.l.: S.n. Save to EasyBib

Blackstock, N. (n.d.). Cointelpro. Save to EasyBib

Cointelpro: The danger we face. (1998). [U.S.?]: Reproduced [by] Loin Cloth Press. Save to EasyBib

Cointelpro the counterintelligence program of the FBI. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

Boyette, M., & Boyette, R. (1989). “Let it burn!”: The Philadelphia tragedy. Chicago: Contemporary Books. Save to EasyBib

Bowser, C. W. (1989). Let the bunker burn: The final battle with MOVE. Philadelphia: Camino Books. Save to EasyBib

Harry, M. (1987). “Attention, MOVE! this is America!” Chicago: Banner Press. Save to EasyBib

Riots and civil unrest in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Move, Philadelphia Nativist Riots, Philadelphia General Strike, Lombard Street Riot, Philadelphia Election Riot, 1964 Philadelphia race riot, Fort Wilson Riot. (2010). Memphis, TN: Books LLC. Save to EasyBib

Anderson, J., & Hevenor, H. (1987). Burning down the house: MOVE and the tragedy of Philadelphia. New York: Norton. Save to EasyBib

Dickson, J. S. (2002). MOVE: Sites of trauma. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. Save to EasyBib

Your next move. (1960). Philadelphia: The Commission. Save to EasyBib

Bisson, T. (2000). On a move: The story of Mumia Abu-Jamal. [Farmington, Pa.?]: Litmus Books. Save to EasyBib

25 years on the MOVE. (1996). Philadelphia, PA: MOVE. Save to EasyBib

Wagner-Pacifici, R. E. (1994). Discourse and destruction: The city of Philadelphia versus MOVE. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Save to EasyBib

Wagner-Pacifici, R. E. (1994). Discourse and destruction: The city of Philadelphia versus MOVE. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Save to EasyBib

20 years on the MOVE. (199-). Philadelphia?: MOVE? Save to EasyBib

Wideman, J. E. (1990). Philadelphia fire: A novel. New York, NY: Holt. Save to EasyBib

Herz, E., Edelman, P., & Bickman, L. (1978). The impact of fire emergency training on knowledge of appropriate behavior in fires. Washington: National Bureau of Standards. Save to EasyBib

Bickman, L., Edelman, P., & McDaniel, M. A. (1978). A model of human behavior in a fire emergency. Washington: National Bureau of Standards. Save to EasyBib

Gist, R., & Lubin, B. (1999). Response to disaster: Psychosocial, community, and ecological approaches. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel. Save to EasyBib

Bickman, L. (1979). An evaluation of planning and training for fire safety in health care facilities–phase two. Washington, D.C.: Dept. of Commerce. Save to EasyBib

Bickman, L., & Rog, D. J. (2009). The SAGE handbook of applied social research methods. Los Angeles: SAGE. Save to EasyBib

Bickman, L., & Campbell, D. T. (2000). Validity & social experimentation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Save to EasyBib

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Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
Research & Policy Analyst

Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
Research & Policy Analyst

Begin forwarded message:

From: Elyssa Durant
Date: March 22, 2000, 6:45:40 AM EST
To: Elyssa Danielle Durant
Subject: Re: fire

Hi Corinne,

I am

Donna told me about the fire earlier this afternoon and I truly feel
for you and your family.

I was in the “New” Times Square earlier this evening and thought of you
when I passed the Letterman theatre.

On Tue, 21 Mar 2000, Corinne Bickman wrote:

Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 11:32:55 -0600
From: Corinne Bickman
To: Elyssa Durant
Subject: fire

Hi Elyssa,

We have had a very stressful time. On Thursday evening February 24th our
house burned. Len was in Philadelphia at a meeting and I was at the Green
Hill Cinema with a friend.Our neighbors across the street saw 30 ft flames
shooting out of the roof and called the fire department. It took two hours
to find me and so I missed most of the excitement. The fire started in some
wiring in the attic and consumed the roof, master bedroom, master bath,
guest bath, Len’s office Suzanne’s room/my office, the entire upstairs
hallway( all the pictures are gone) as well as part of the living room and
kitchen. The downstairs only suffered smoke and water damage. We are
rebuilding and working with a good contractor and a very nice insurance
adjuster.They are now removing all the charred debris. The house is down to
the frame and without a roof. When they begin rebuilding it will be 4-6
months before we can move back in.We are living at the
Grove at Richland, which is OK. The biggest job for Len and I is compiling
lists of things we lost for the insurance company We have lost all our
furniture, artwork, electronics etc. It is an enormous task and I am
exhausted because we are still working and must do all this in a spare time.

Josh loves Miami and just returned on Sunday from two weeks in Costa Rico as
part of a class he is taking.

I hope to visit NY next month and maybe we can see you.

Keep in touch
Corinne

_________________________________________
Elyssa D. Durant
E-mail: ed70@columbia.edu

Chapter 39: It’s Your MOVE

And the rest is still unwritten…

Evaluating the impact of police corruption and community cohesiveness after disaster.

Fire.

Water.

Burn.

Training police and investigators what NOT to do during community disaster and crises.

TBA implementing disaster planning and response during and after tragedy.

TBA: community health models

TBA: Political Corruption and oversight.

Case Study: Subject One
Victim of CyberStalking, Harassment, Felony Assault and repeated death threats via text messages.

Strategy: Get better Evidence.

CUIT closed incident report and no one responded from Public Safety as I was told by the help-LESS desk every time I report security breach.

I filed multiple reports with all my ISPs that were compromised using a sophisticated hacking tools combined with social engineering techniques making it near impossible to explain to 99% of the human race who simply can not understand why I can’t just fix it by changing my password.

I have been dealing with this ridiculous situation for so long that I am all too familiar with ignorant and judgmental InfoSec elitist and law enforcement who seem to think a stolen cellphone does not warrant a police report or follow up call to Computer Crimes and the Fraud Unit.

Although I am

CyberSecurity has become a not believing that clearly I must be either stupid, paranoid or crazy think have gotten even the police report got “lost” in the mail.

I am now escalating my complaint to whomever I need to in order to have this resolved one way of another.

The OIG requested as that I provide as much detail as possible which happens to be one of my strong suits.

Annoying? Yes.

Loquacious and verbose? Absolutely.

Thorough and an eye for details and specifics? Absolutely.

I was told that the single most critical thing to do right now is preserve the chain of evidence that was tampered with by police.

“That’s a violation of first and fourth amendments, and that is about as serious as it gets.” University of Chicago Law in re: Search and seizure of cell phones without a warrant.

Don’t worry, Fucktards, you are in good company since nobody likes you very much either. Especially after hearing the recordings. You know, the 911 tapes and surveillance video because you either lazy, incompetent or on the take.

Probably all three.

DISCLOSURE: No apology for speaking this way after what was said to me and about me during the investigation.

If you can’t understand me, I sure as shit can try a little more gangsta.

“She only talks that way because she doesn’t speak English.”

“The supervising officer only left because he didn’t feel he could get an accurate statement.”

COUNTERPOINT: If you have a traumatized, injured witness, you stick a rookie on the case! Period.

“He didn’t make an arrest because you don’t make good witnesses.”

COUNTERPOINT: what exactly are “people like me?” Perhaps you heard that I can be difficult to deal with by the CSU that forgot to tell me when they were bringing in machine guns.

Check the fucking records. Pretty sure they weren’t really “lost.”

ICE ICE BABy? We don’t need no water let the mother fuckers burn.

Next time, bring a warrant, a reporter and a brain. Don’t arrive hot at 5am.

Code 3.

Next?

I am resending a few KEY documents that went through CUIT since no one took this seriously three years ago.

That is all. For now.

Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
Research & Policy Analyst

Chapter 39: It’s your MOVE

test 123
___________________________________________________
Elyssa D. Durant
Columbia University

“Right now my life is just one learning experience after another…
by the end of the week, I should be a genius!”

—– End forwarded message —–


Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
E-mail: ed70@columbia.edu
http://thepowersthatbeat.blogspot.com

“You may not care how much I know, but you don’t know how much I care”

Philadelphia police department: Move, 39th district corruption scandal, philadelphia … (2010). [S.l.]: General Books. Save to EasyBib

Confidential informants: Problems, issues and strategies. (2010). [Mechanicsburg, Pa.]: Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Save to EasyBib

Avery, M., & Rudovsky, D. (1978). Police misconduct litigation manual. [Philadelphia]: The Guild. Save to EasyBib

McGlennon, J. J. (1977). Bureaucratic crisis and executive leadership: Corruption in police departments. Save to EasyBib

McGlennon, J. J. (1977). Bureaucratic crisis and executive leadership: Corruption in police departments. Save to EasyBib

Report on police corruption and the quality of law enforcement in Philadelphia. (1974). [Harrisburg, Pa.]: Pennsylvania Crime Commission. Save to EasyBib

Anderson, J., & Hevenor, H. (1987). Burning down the house: MOVE and the tragedy of Philadelphia. New York: Norton. Save to EasyBib

Lawson, W. S. (2011). Wideman. [S.l.]: Gale Ecco, U S Supreme C. Save to EasyBib

Cointelpro the counterintelligence program of the FBI. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

Cointelpro the counterintelligence program of the FBI. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

COINTELPRO: The counterintelligence program of the FBI. [Pt. 2] Black nationalist hate groups. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

COINTELPRO the Counterintelligence program of the FBI. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

COINTELPRO: The counterintelligence program of the FBI. [Pt. 5] Special operations : Nationalities intelligence ; espionage. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

Blackstock, N. (1975). Cointelpro: The FBI’s secret war on political freedom. With an introd. by Noam Chomsky. New York: Vintage Books. Save to EasyBib

Blackstock, N. (1975). Cointelpro: The FBI’s secret war on political freedom. With an introd. by Noam Chomsky. New York: Vintage Books. Save to EasyBib

Carlisle, R. P. (2005). Encyclopedia of intelligence and counterintelligence. Armonk, NY: Sharpe Reference. Save to EasyBib

Federal Bureau of Investigation [Freedom of Information Act] subject [files]. (2004). [Washington, DC]: Federal Bureau of Investigation. Save to EasyBib

Carlisle, R. P. (2005). Encyclopedia of intelligence and counterintelligence. Armonk, NY: Sharpe Reference. Save to EasyBib

Memorandums on counterintelligence, 1961-1973. (1961). S.l.: S.n. Save to EasyBib

Blackstock, N. (n.d.). Cointelpro. Save to EasyBib

Cointelpro: The danger we face. (1998). [U.S.?]: Reproduced [by] Loin Cloth Press. Save to EasyBib

Cointelpro the counterintelligence program of the FBI. (1978). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. Save to EasyBib

Boyette, M., & Boyette, R. (1989). “Let it burn!”: The Philadelphia tragedy. Chicago: Contemporary Books. Save to EasyBib

Bowser, C. W. (1989). Let the bunker burn: The final battle with MOVE. Philadelphia: Camino Books. Save to EasyBib

Harry, M. (1987). “Attention, MOVE! this is America!” Chicago: Banner Press. Save to EasyBib

Riots and civil unrest in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Move, Philadelphia Nativist Riots, Philadelphia General Strike, Lombard Street Riot, Philadelphia Election Riot, 1964 Philadelphia race riot, Fort Wilson Riot. (2010). Memphis, TN: Books LLC. Save to EasyBib

Anderson, J., & Hevenor, H. (1987). Burning down the house: MOVE and the tragedy of Philadelphia. New York: Norton. Save to EasyBib

Dickson, J. S. (2002). MOVE: Sites of trauma. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. Save to EasyBib

Your next move. (1960). Philadelphia: The Commission. Save to EasyBib

Bisson, T. (2000). On a move: The story of Mumia Abu-Jamal. [Farmington, Pa.?]: Litmus Books. Save to EasyBib

25 years on the MOVE. (1996). Philadelphia, PA: MOVE. Save to EasyBib

Wagner-Pacifici, R. E. (1994). Discourse and destruction: The city of Philadelphia versus MOVE. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Save to EasyBib

Wagner-Pacifici, R. E. (1994). Discourse and destruction: The city of Philadelphia versus MOVE. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Save to EasyBib

20 years on the MOVE. (199-). Philadelphia?: MOVE? Save to EasyBib

Wideman, J. E. (1990). Philadelphia fire: A novel. New York, NY: Holt. Save to EasyBib

Herz, E., Edelman, P., & Bickman, L. (1978). The impact of fire emergency training on knowledge of appropriate behavior in fires. Washington: National Bureau of Standards. Save to EasyBib

Bickman, L., Edelman, P., & McDaniel, M. A. (1978). A model of human behavior in a fire emergency. Washington: National Bureau of Standards. Save to EasyBib

Gist, R., & Lubin, B. (1999). Response to disaster: Psychosocial, community, and ecological approaches. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel. Save to EasyBib

Bickman, L. (1979). An evaluation of planning and training for fire safety in health care facilities–phase two. Washington, D.C.: Dept. of Commerce. Save to EasyBib

Bickman, L., & Rog, D. J. (2009). The SAGE handbook of applied social research methods. Los Angeles: SAGE. Save to EasyBib

Bickman, L., & Campbell, D. T. (2000). Validity & social experimentation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Save to EasyBib

EasyBib is the most popular bibliography composing service on the Web. We have provided your bibliography below. Check EasyBib out at http://www.easybib.com, and please tell your friends!

Elyssa Durant, Ed.M.
Research & Policy Analyst

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