Here's what Dan said, and what I agreed with:<quoted text>here is the THIRD person on this list.
Robert Harvey Alexander figured he'd never be caught. He didn't use his real name, or his real email address. He logged in at computers at public libraries to send emails to his targets in which he threatened to destroy their reputations with online postings if they wouldn't engage in "cybering" and phone sex with him. He even taunted his victims that the police would never be able to find him.
SO YOU GOT CAUGHT LYING ALSO.
NOT SURPRISING SINCE YOU ARE A catholic
"All dealt with sexual offenses of some sort involving children."
This is what the rest of the article says about him:
"Alexander contacted his "victims" and demanded that the girls have explicit phone or Internet sex conversation with him, and threatened to ruin their reputations if they did not comply. In one case, he told the girl if she didn't go along with him with sex talk by telephone and computer, he would digitally alter a photograph of her face, paste it on a nude body, and post it on the Internet to ruin her reputation."
That in my book is a sexual offense of some sort Mr. atemcowboy. And he pleaded guilty to it. Now, where did either of us lie?