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David Rucki Says Blog Threatens Him

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Michael Volpe

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“Asphaug appears to be David Rucki’s personal judge. She presided over each of the four criminal trials in this case- Sandra Grazzini-Rucki, Dede Evavold, Dough Dahlen, and Gina Dahlen.

Asphaug ruled to disallow nearly all of David Rucki’s criminal history and forced Gina Dahlen to testify in multiple trials even though she was a defendant still awaiting her trial.”

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Beware, the next blog post may be a threat to someone’s safety.

That’s the allegation made in an ex-parte restraining order filed by David Rucki against Dede Evavold.

“Respondent (Evavold) continues to post information about my family, photos of my family, myself and other members of my family,” Rucki said in his ex-parte harassment restraining order application, “Respondent also continues to make allegations which are false but may incite others against me. My children are frightened for their safety and feel their privacy has been violated.”

The application continued, “This is a proven pattern that has been going on for years.”

Rucki does not specify what Evavold has said which is harassing or threatening; an email to Rucki’s attorney, Lisa Elliot, was left unreturned.

Evavold has a blog called Red Herring Alert, where she writes about the Rucki case among other blog posts.

This is not the first time David Rucki has used the legal system to try and shut Evavold’s blogging down. In the Summer 2016, his then attorney, Marshall Tannick, sent Evavold a letter threatening a lawsuit if she didn’t remove her blog immediately.

“I am writing to you on behalf of David Rucki,” began a letter from Tanick to Evavold from June 7, 2016, “and his daughters, Samantha and Gianna, with regard to the matter relating to the removal and concealment of the girls and related incidents that have occurred during that episode and thereafter.

“There are various civil claims arising from your involvement in this matter.”

Tannick did not respond to an email for comment and it’s not clear if he is representing him regarding the restraining order.

Evavold did not respond to the letter at the time and continued blogging. More

Why Bloggers Make A Difference

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Lynn Swearingen (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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“I personally write for several reasons.

Pointing out the ridiculous actions of governmental agencies utilizing our tax dollars is amusing.

It is empowering to stop the enacting of Legislative change through making available information internet users may not be aware of.”

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Bloggers. They are everywhere and have been since the day Al Gore supposedly invented the Internet nigh on 30 years ago. While “Snopes.com” may dismiss the charges of exaggerated claims by the now defunct Assistant Leader of the Free World, it stands to reason that once the “information superhighway” was unleashed anyone with a piece to say now had access to the whole www thing. Therein lies the problem: What insanity to cover when so much information is available?

Should one perhaps bemoan the plight of the enslaved Honeybee forced to toil for the evil master?

Unfortunately, like factory farmers, many beekeepers take inhumane steps to ensure personal safety and reach production quotas. It’s not unusual for larger honey producers to cut off the queen bee’s wings so that she can’t leave the colony or to have her artificially inseminated on a bee-sized version of the factory farm “rape rack.”

Rape rack? Goodness what glorious alliteration although a more measured tone should, and could, be read at one of my more favorite bloggers site by David Rukin: More

Cointelpro, Provacateurs,Disinfo Agents.

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This video reveals some of the ongoing activities of the government spanning many years to disrupt peaceful rallies, blogging, and any other attempts to register dissent or to disseminate information.  Government agents, police personnel and hired provacatuers attempt to incite violence, change blog postings to discredit writers and otherwise work to discredit every day citizens exercizing their rights. 

Internet fuels rise in number of jailed journalists

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Online journalists/bloggers are being jailed in increasing numbers worldwide. Lest you think it only happens [over there], read this article from The Committee to Protect Journalists.

Internet fuels rise in number of jailed journalists

http://cpj.org/reports/2006/12/imprisoned-06.php

“The United States has imprisoned two journalists without charge or trial: Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein, now held for eight months in Iraq without due process; and Al-Jazeera cameraman Sami al-Haj, jailed five years and now held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

“In Cuba and in China, journalists are often jailed after summary trials and held in miserable conditions far from their families. But the cruelty and injustice of imprisonment is compounded where there is zero due process and journalists slip into oblivion. In Eritrea, the worst abuser in this regard, there is no check on authority and it is unclear whether some jailed journalists are even alive,” Simon added.”
Read full article here:
http://cpj.org/reports/2006/12/imprisoned-06.php

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