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  • Anonymous

    This is stupid. The legal definition of stalking is “a course of conduct” (defined as two or more incidents) engaging in such activity. I’m sorry, but this was one incident–set him free. Now, I don’t disagree that he was being a jerk and should be punished, BUT I have personally suffered a lot more stalking from someone with mounds of evidence only to have the cops make fun of me. Sorry, if I can’t be protected, neither can you, especially when I met the legal definition and you don’t. The system only takes care of its own. Its corrupt. 

  • Anonymous

    I’m going to have to assume (since it gave no indication in the article) that after a thorough line of questioning by the responding officers, it became apparent that he had intent.  Otherwise, the story makes it sound like he was arrested because someone didn’t like him walking in the same parking lot, or on the same sidewalk as them.  Maybe he was waiting for a ride? :)

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