This woman doesn’t. Not only did she threaten someone through the phone, leaving a message, but
she her target posted it on YouTube. Talk about “exploding the internet”. If she takes it down, I’ve downloaded it and will update this blog post accordingly.
The caller in that recording did not post the video.
The person who received it Someone did.
I don’t have time to get into an analysis of the video and what she says, but just listen to her carefully. Listen to what she threatens to do if anti-vaccine people are not left alone.
And, is it just me, or is there a hint of antisemitism sprinkled in?
Anyway, here’s the transcript:
“Hi, uh, Doreen (?), my name is Holly. Um, and I was actually just calling, because I wanted to let you know that I found out your address… um… where you live in South Bay with your, uh, husband. And I just want to let you know that I am going to be posting that very, very, very publicly, uh, on Facebook if your group does not leave some of the… uh… antivaxers alone. Um. So just take this as a word of warning, uh, miss professor of law. I do know how… You do know hows these things work, these threats work, right? Um… But I will be calling the police and reporting you for harassment. I will also be blowing up the internet, showing your address and all of that. Just want to let you know. Um. So if you don’t leave us alone, we’re, we’re going to do this to you. Ok. Great. Well, have a good day. Bye-bye.”
I emphasized in bold the part where she outright admits that it’s a threat.
After denying it over and over again, the woman who made the threatening phone call has come clean and apologized:
So maybe this is the end of it… For now.