Kaitlin Abercombie's Blackmail: Account 1
During a harassment attack, a fake account createn in January 2015, called @slaughterhseone (archive), tagged the Josh's Twitter Account, linking a tweet to a public downloadable full version of the video used in the first blackmail attempt from around one and a half months earlier. This move was meant to be an intimidation into submission and the retraction of a video about the harassing campaign and harassers meant to be released and eventually published the day after, on November 27 2018.
Because the only person to have access to the original recording uploaded on to a Google Drive account was harasser, slanderer and blackmailer Kaitlin Abercrombie, it is fair to assume this account belongs to her.
After the intimidation attempt, the account was then used for a short period of time to harass YouTuber Onision.
It is Important to point out, Kaitlin Abercrombie set the account's location to Seattle, WA, to indicate and blame Youtuber Onision for the Blackmail attempt and/or release of the illegal recording.
Today the account, although still active, is virtually unused.
@slaughterhseone (Images from PDF files):
January 31st, 2017 (Tweets)
December 14th, 2018 (Tweets)
Since Joshua B. Ek ( The Josh Show ) has annouced his return on YouTube on December 14th, 2018, Kaitlin Abercrombie and harasser friends (which will be named in the future) have started claiming any file shown might be altered.
We'd like to point out the presence of audio files where HER voice cannot be altered; furthermore video proof of contact with the Japanese Authority have been shared during Josh and RSN's Interview.
The Audio File has been recorded FROM Kaitlin Abercrombie's side.
Kaitling Abercrombie's voice can be heard to be very clear, while Josh's voice comes from speackers or other apparatuses, proving the Audio File has been created and distributed by Kaitlin Abercrombie.
DISTINCTION BETWEEN BLACKMAIL AND EXTORTION
Blackmail, in contrast to extortion, is when the offender threatens to reveal information about a victim or his family members that is potentially embarrassing, socially damaging, or incriminating unless a demand for money, property, or services is met. Even if the information is true or actually incriminating, you can still be charged with blackmail if you threaten to reveal it unless the victim meets your demand.
LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF EXTORTION AND BLACKMAIL
Many states combine the crimes of extortion and blackmail under one general law. In California, for example, the applicable statute is known as the California Extortion and Blackmail Law. Under this law, anyone who threatens an individual with the use of force (extortion) or threatens to reveal damaging information about a person or his family members is guilty of a crime. Under California law, extortion or blackmail are graded as felonies and are punishable by up to four years in prison and a maximum fine of $10,000.
In the end, if you are charged with either of these crimes, it does not matter if it is considered extortion or blackmail. What matters is that you get help from an attorney as soon as possible because both extortion and blackmail are serious crimes.
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