A few weeks ago I learned from David O’Halloran that Terry Bernardo and hubby went to FBI to accuse me of hacking. I have already touched the subject in my March 4, 2013 post,
Terry Bernardo, the early years, showing an email where one Gilbert deLeon was assuring Terry Bernardo that “We do have enough evidence though at this point for the state police cybercrime division to go forward.”
A post headlined Hacking Terry Bernardo’s brain exposed Terry’s stupidity:
- Now my 65 year old parents are complaining and complaining and complaining that they can’t use AOL. God forbid they use internet explorer. They are also still freaked out because I disabled their McAfee… I haven’t told them what I think is going on with their computer yet.
They are from Maryland. Do computer hacking laws cover crossing state lines?
There has got to be a common thread between all of us that are having these same issues with slow computers, computers that will only connect to the internet through Internet Explorer, all positive on the KL Detector with the !
Do you want to tell me where you found the files on my computer and on my computer and David’s that had the similar file names with the same file extensions?
Today I received by email this snapshot which actually highlights a common thread:
As you already figured out, Terry Bernardo and David O’Halloran share the same cyber-guru: Gilbert deLeon. No wonder Davey “knows” so much about Jon the Hacker being sought by FBI.
Lately, Bernardos & Co. started to spread new rumors: I stole identities and used stolen credit cards. David O’Halloran received recently an email in support of Terry Bernardo, which also detailed my “crimes.” O’Halloran replied to the sender, did not mention the ludicrous accusations, signed “Respectfully, David” and also copied me. Isn’t he a gentleman?
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– Jon Dogar-Marinesco