The girl was just 23 years old. She was attractive. She had worked hard for her money as a Hooters girl before landing a gig with the AT&T call center in Central Florida.
What did she get for her trouble? The attention of a stalker who was nearly 40 years her senior. I am sure things were polite at first, but as the man’s obsession took hold the girl did what every smart person would: she kept track of what went on. She compiled a record of his stalking her both at work and online.
A week ago the girl brought seventy-two pages of documentation regarding the man’s obsessive behavior. She had affadavits from her co-workers at AT&T telling the tale of this guy and his constant badgering of her. She wanted a restraining order. And she was rejected by the judge for lack of evidence.
S-E-V-E-N-T-Y T-W-O PAGES OF EVIDENCE AGAINST THIS MAN!
Well, the problem will no longer continue. The man killed the girl in the parking lot of her building, less than five minutes after the newly-wed’s husband left her to enter the building from a different entrance. She called him on the phone when she saw her stalker approaching but by the time her husband arrived the deed was done. The bastard stalker then turned his gun on himself.
Rest in peace Alissa Blanton. And may Roger Troy rot in hell.
Judge Dean Moxley of Central Florida = EPIC FAIL. He should have his feet held to the fire.
The revolution is at hand. Will you be a leader or a follower?