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Most people may not be aware of this because I wasn't aware of it until my family was verbally attacked on social media, but there are a mass number of "Pay per Click" websites in existence using mugshots and information about recent arrests to generate revenue without regard to subsequent disposition of the individual’s case. In other words, the more scandalous the story.... the more traffic the site generates, and the end result is more money for the author of that site. Based on my research, when you visit these particular sites and make comments, even for the sole purpose of defending yourself and others, you are unknowingly increasing the traffic on that site, thereby making it more profitable. With these factors in mind, it makes me question the credibility of some of these sites. I'm sorry, but there's not enough money in the world that would make me want to exploit another human being by publicizing information online that could potentially cause that person inevitable grief and pain. I understand that the right to share this information with the public is protected under the "Freedom of Speech" act. However as for what happened in our case, inaccurate information had been released, so it was like being fed to the wolves. Therefore, I encourage everyone to please stay away from these sites as much as possible. The more people who visit these sites, make comments, or click on any links; it generates more revenue for the author of that site at the misfortune of others. What if YOUR name and reputation were being attacked on these sites? How would YOU feel? I have no doubt that the authors of these sites will become angry with me for sharing my opinion about this. If so, all I ask is for those individuals to please respect my right to share my opinion with others under my First Amendment Right to Freedom of Speech.
After my family's encounter with online slander, I purchased a book called “Violated Online” written by Steven Wyer, who was also a victim of online slander. Being slandered online damaged his business, it hurt his family, and it affected his income. The book offers advice, tips, and references to help you protect yourself online. Please don't ever let your guard down and think that something like this could never happen to you. That's precisely what I thought until July 28, 2014. I now recognize that NO ONE is immune from being violated online. If anyone is interested in the information and tips provided in the book, please give me a call.
I want to share what I believe was a divine intervention after I received a phone call from a gentleman whose family also experienced attacks on their reputation and credibility. But this wasn't just anyone. The call came from a Retired Police Officer from another state who had appeared on an episode of 48 Hours ID. During his career, he not only made every effort possible to solve a high-profile murder case, but he also wrote a book called "Too Politically Sensitive," which details his struggles to seek justice for the murder victims and the two men who were wrongfully imprisoned for the crime after he uncovered governmental corruption surrounding the case. His fight for justice virtually cost him his career since he was fighting corruption within his own department. Even more astonishing, any misconduct or corruption he exposed and reported was ignored. Instead of being commended for his efforts, he was reprimanded for allegedly "causing problems." And here's the shocking part. He was NOT protected from employer discipline under his First Amendment Rights to Freedom of Speech since he was a ""Public Official." So you have to ask yourself, "What's wrong with this picture?" People who gossip, slander, and exploit others are protected under their Freedom of Speech rights, but those who expose corruption and misconduct against the wrong government officials are NOT protected under those same rights? Sadly, he and his family continue to suffer threats and attacks on their credibility as a result of his honorable actions.
And for those who may have doubts about my story, please click on the link below and read about a young woman from Alpharetta, Georgia who suffered one of the worst Civil Rights Violations I've ever heard about. It's further proof that an injustice of any kind can happen to anyone. No one is immune.
Sherry Denise Nettles
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