Thursday, November 23, 2006

Can Connecticut Attorney Richard Blumenthal do an Honest Investigation?

Chuck P. Adams

There are State and Federal Statutes against Internet Stalking. [click here for post]

To torment, annoy, harass, and cause distress on the Internet is illegal.

There is sometimes a fine line between Free Speech and harassment.

There is a person who posts on a Google Groups News Forum as “Chuck P. Adams” using various names and return email addresses. If someone such as Kathleen Dickson of actionlyme.org posts, it is to get buried under nonsense posts and not so thinly veiled threats and slander. Click Here for the Google Lyme Forum. Sexual harassment seems to be a "Chuckie" specialty.

If there is any justice left in the US, take notice Federal and State authorities and look into this “Chuck” character.

There are questions and or allegations regarding Yale University and Smith Kline Beecham acting to obstruct justice in regards to Lyme Disease testing and treatment. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has ties to Yale and others with power and influence that could be hurt and/or prosecuted, the truth be told.

Got Justice?

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Click Here for Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal's Official Site

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Perspective on the development of vaccines against Lyme disease.

Center for Vaccine Development, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore 21201.

Lyme disease, the multisystem illness caused by the tick-borne spirochaete, Borrelia burgdorferi, has emerged as a threat to public health worldwide. It is a particularly vexing problem in the United States where it is growing in range and intensity. In fact, in some hyperendemic regions of New York and New England, Lyme disease is now such a threat that it interferes with all sorts of outdoor activities, and has even led to depreciation of real estate values. Family dogs in these areas seem to have been particularly hard hit by a near epidemic of lameness caused by Lyme arthritis. Persons at high risk for infection, such as outdoor workers, campers and hikers, suburbanites with lawns to cut, and pregnant women exposed to potentially infected Ixodes ticks, are clamouring for some means of protection beyond simple behaviour modification and tick avoidance which are known not always to work. Hence, the interest in human and veterinary vaccines against Lyme disease is growing.

PMID: 1771965 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

The above found here on the web

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is time to report "Chuck" to the police. He has claimed he work on Whalley Ave in New Haven Connecticut.

Let's use this number to report him:

Chief's Office (203) 946-6333, New Haven Police Department, Connecticut

Sunday, November 26, 2006 9:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reporting “Chuck” to the New Haven police is a good idea.

If he harasses you either online or offline, report it to your local police department.

People should also report his online abuse, harassment, or impersonation of others to his ISP (AOL). Ditto for the other mail services that he uses (e.g., Google, Yahoo, Earthlink).

A Good Samaritan recently reported some of his vulgar, impersonating posts to Google. As a result, his Google account was banned.

I don’t know who “Chuck” is, but I do know that he has the inclination and ability to investigate people who post on sci.med.diseases.lyme, as well as others who try to help patients with Lyme disease.

He has investigated, harassed, and stalked “K” and has admitted to covertly videotaping a LLMD in CT.

He has also stated that he intends to take pictures at the upcoming Lyme disease rally in Westchester, NY, perhaps to intimidate and/or investigate the participants.

He has recently stated that he works in New Haven, CT, specifically on Whalley Avenue.

One possible conclusion is that “Chuck” is actually a private investigator who has been hired to monitor Lyme disease activists.

Superpages.com has only one listing for investigators on Whalley Avenue in New Haven, CT: http://tinyurl.com/u7e8d. Perhaps people should learn more about this firm.

Monday, November 27, 2006 7:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reporting “Chuck” to the New Haven police is a good idea.

If he harasses you online or offline, report it to your local police department.

People should also report his online abuse, harassment, or impersonation of others to his ISP (AOL). Ditto for the other mail services that he uses (e.g., Google, Yahoo, Earthlink).

A Good Samaritan recently reported some of his vulgar, impersonating posts to Google. As a result, his Google account was banned.

I don’t know who “Chuck” is, but I do know that he has the inclination and ability to investigate people who post on sci.med.diseases.lyme, as well as others who try to help patients with Lyme disease.

He has investigated, harassed, and stalked “K” and has admitted to covertly videotaping a LLMD in CT.

He has also stated that he intends to take pictures at the upcoming Lyme disease rally in Westchester, NY, perhaps to intimidate and/or investigate the participants.

He has recently stated that he works in New Haven, CT, specifically on Whalley Avenue.

One possible conclusion is that “Chuck” is a private investigator who has been hired to monitor Lyme disease activists.

Superpages.com has only one listing for investigators on Whalley Avenue in New Haven, CT: http://tinyurl.com/u7e8d. Perhaps people should learn more about this firm.

Monday, November 27, 2006 7:37:00 PM  

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