Part VI

☆ January 28, 2011

Earlier posts:
Intro, Intro Addendum
Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V

About two weeks after the bond hearing – during which the stalker remained in jail as he could not produce $10,000 cash – I got a call from the Victim’s Advocate in the court.  This is a woman who works in the Prosecuting Attorney’s office and, as her title indicates, acts as a liaison between the court and the victim.  She was the one truly competent, invested individual I encountered during my dealings with the court and has become a friend.

The stalker had plead ‘not guilty’ at the initial hearing, and he wanted to get out of jail until the jury trial which was scheduled for two months out. The Victim’s Advocate was calling to inform me that the stalker had, through his court-appointed attorney, requested a hearing to have his bond waived.  WAIVED. Seriously? I mean, even in Monopoly, unless you are lucky enough to draw a Get Out Of Jail Free card, you SIT THERE OR PAY TO LEAVE. Does the United States judicial system now hand out Get Out Of Jail Free cards upon request? Apparently so. Because the Victim’s Advocate urged me to appear in court and testify, stating that if I did not, it was very likely his request would be accepted by the judge.

I did not want to testify, but I thought, at the very least, it would be good practice for the jury trial and at best, could keep him in jail until the trial.  Mike took the day off and went with me, and I drenched myself in Golden Armor, which did its job – even though I was in a small room with the stalker and on the stand in front of him, I felt that he could not see me, could not access me.  He was in an orange jumpsuit, chains shackled around his ankles and wrists cuffed to a chain around his waist.

I took the stand first, and the Prosecuting Attorney asked me questions that allowed me to describe the history of the stalking and the measures taken to try to stop it.  He ended with the question, “Do you think the bond should be waived?”  I said, “No.  When I told him to stop, he said he would stop but he didn’t; it escalated.  When the Chief of Police called him and told him to stop, he said he would stop but he didn’t; it escalated further.  He says he will stop now but there is nothing in his past behavior to indicate that he will stop if he is released, in fact, the pattern shows the opposite.  I hope the court recognizes this and will hold him accountable for his actions.”

I was told to remain on the stand because it was now the defense attorney’s turn to question me.  The court-appointed defense attorney was a misogynistic incarnation of evil.  God, she was vile.  SHE.  And not just with me.  She defends rapists, abusers, and stalkers, and I heard much about her treatment of other female victims – her attempts to blatantly humiliate and denigrate victims while they’re on the stand – and that she was chronically rude and unprofessional to the staff of the county attorney’s office.

When she had her chance with me, she tried.  Oh, how she tried to slander my character and upset me.  But it soon became evident to everyone in the room that she was no match for me. I wanted to say, “Lady, don’t waste your time. I BLOG.  The worst you’ve got won’t come close to the hatemail I’ve gotten. The trolls have made me immune.

She became visibly filled with hatred because I didn’t crack under her words.  And her defense was ludicrous.  Here’s an example:
Her:  Have you read anything by Stephen King?
Me:  No.
Her:  {accusatory tone}  What??
Me:  No.
Her:  {pause}  Well, you know who he is?
Me:  Yes.
Her:  {sing-song voice}  My client is creative.  He wants to be a writer.  Say he was just acting this way as research for a novel he’s working on.  There’s no law against that, is there?
Me:  Yes, there is.  That’s why he was ARRESTED.

So, by her logic, it’s OK to kill someone, as long as you write a book about it afterward?  Idiot.

Then it was the stalker’s turn to take the stand.  The defense attorney made a big fuss about how I had accepted his “friend request” on Facebook, nevermind that I’ve accepted over 3,000 friend requests, that it happened months before the stalking began, and that I had since blocked him.  That, and the “he’s the next Stephen King,” were their only defense.

When it was the Prosecuting Attorney’s chance to question the defendant, he asked, among other things, why the stalker had a loaded .44 Magnum with him.  The stalker launched into a long, detailed, disturbing monologue about how he had creditors after him.  The creditors would not leave him alone.  And so he carried a loaded gun at all times because if those creditors got close he was going to shoot the first one in the face, and the last thing the second one was going to see was the bullet exiting the giant hole in the back of his partner’s head and the blood splattering all over right before it then entered his brain.  He was going to kill both those creditors with one bullet.  And then those creditors wouldn’t be bothering him anymore.

The courtroom was silent.  The judge had his jaw on the desk in front of him.  You could see the defense attorney saying “SHUT UP! SHUT UP!” in her head.  The Prosecuting Attorney told me afterward that the hair on the back of his neck was standing on end.

The judge made his declaration.  He was red in the face and said, directly to the stalker, “You are crazy, you are dangerous, and bail stands at $10,000.”

But this is not the end of the story.
Part VII is HERE

Comments

127 Responses to “Part VI”

  1. carmen
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:39 pm

    Wow….it is crazy how and when the judical system seems to show it failings.

    Thank you for sharing your story with us.

  2. Nancy
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:39 pm

    Holy crap…. This is a deranged madman. I am SO happy he remains in jail, and the bail was NOT waived.

  3. Alyxx
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:40 pm

    Oh. My. God. This story gets worse by the moment. You are an amazing woman, and have become one of my heroes over the last couple of years.

  4. Jerry Johnson
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:41 pm

    ………..speechlesssssss. And that doesn’t happen often.
    My hat’s (singular) off to you, my friend!!!

  5. Lindsay
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:45 pm

    That post is ridiculously creepy– I was starting to see red imagining being there and hearing that psycho say such horrible things. What a nightmare. There is nothing more frustrating than seeing such injustice and the system failing to protect you. Take care!

  6. hello haha narf
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:48 pm

    Thank God his true, disturbed colors showed at that hearing.

  7. Cristy
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:50 pm

    I am so sorry Shreve. How in the world is it that after a testimony like that there’s still more to the story. It certainly gave me chills.

    That said, you should be proud of the fact that you had the courage to testify against this lunatic. Standing up to anyone who is threatening you is not easy. Bravo!

  8. Diane
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:50 pm

    First, I wanted to punch the idiot defense attorney. Then, my jaw dropped reading how the stalker defended carrying his gun….I kept thinking “oh, my God! He is insane!” Thank the Lord that the judge denied his request. How you are staying strong through this is amazing – please take care!

  9. Rachel
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:57 pm

    This makes me want to vomit. True insanity is deeply disturbing. I know you’ve been able to glean several life changing skills from this experience but it’s still just awful. Hope you’re sleeping easy these days.

  10. Rachel
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:57 pm

    I should have put “skills” in quotations.

  11. Lisa Brown
    January 28th, 2011 @ 6:59 pm

    Yeeeeesh x_x

    On the other hand, at least internet trolls turned out to be good for *something!*

  12. shreve
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:00 pm

    Rachel ~ SKILLZ!
    LB ~ Yes! I bet they’re turning green knowing how much they helped me!

  13. Festive
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:02 pm

    O M G.
    Shreve I am so concerned about this. for you!

    A few weeks ago we had a “credible” threat made against our building by someone looking to purchase health insurance. It has made all of us girls nervous to say the least. Since our ONE guard comes in at noon and is about 50 and out of shape. We are only on the third floor. And the only way out is the stairs that run out the front of the building. Oh. And we continue to have lobby “hours”
    They caught the guy.. speeding.. on his way to the city I work in. with a gun in his car… un registered. Needless to say non of us now want to go to the lobby. And even more of us are looking for new jobs.

    The crazies are out there. EVERYWHERE. I pray. And I dont do that often. That this guy is put away. And for your continued safety.

  14. Keith
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:09 pm

    So, perhaps, hopefully, the end of the story will relate that he got the maximum sentence available!(But, sure wish it were for something
    where he’d get a very stiff punch in the face.
    (Why not just let Mike take care of him ?)

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  16. Janet D.
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:15 pm

    I was hoping the judge would have INCREASED the bail after hearing from the guy. $10,000 just doesn’t seem like much. Don’t you get at least that much by having a AAA membership?

  17. Caria
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:18 pm

    Wow, Shreve, reading the newest post on this subject, I commend you on your bravery and intuition.

    You knew, or gained knowledge, of exactly what you needed to do to gain power over the situation and your fears – great job in exposing someone who is a danger to not just you but pretty much every human being that crosses his path.

    I think the exposition was brilliant. My question to you, without getting too personal, was: based on the previously sent obsessive/creepy/violent/disrespective emails from this person, did you expect that answer from him? Were you as surprised as everyone else? Are you going to discuss this in the next post?

    Thanks for sharing this experience! I’m sure that it is not the most pleasant writing that you’ve ever done…

  18. Rachel
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:21 pm

    I agree with Janet! Also, AAA gives you Bail money??? Wow. I’ve learned enough for one day, g’nite folks!

  19. Chupacabra
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:22 pm

    If he said that in court, isn’t that a real and actual death threat to “creditors” under oath? That is punishable, no? What about the days when you could request a sanity test under these circumstances? That person should be medicated and in a top security hospital for the criminally insane.

  20. shreve
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:27 pm

    Keith ~ I like the way you think!
    Caria ~ I was a little surprised that he was “out of it” enough to say all of that on the stand, but not surprised at the content. The others were surprised at the content. Even Mike said, ‘wow, you knew this, you said this. but I didn’t realize it was this intense until now.’
    Rachel ~ Oh, thank you for the belly laugh!
    Chup ~ you would think!!! all ignored by the judge in the long (short) run.

  21. Chupacabra
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:35 pm

    I know those of us to pray, pray for you, and hope for you and believe in you. You are loved. You are well protected. Believe it.

    Also, you have a coyote. Who loves you. And a cowboy for a boyfriend. You are a LUCKY gal, loved, lucky and well-protected.

    This is a test you will pass.

  22. Micaela Morris
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:41 pm

    I feel like asking “Is his name Jared?” It is a shame there are so many certifiable crazies out there running around.

  23. CC
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:42 pm

    My god. After hearing that I would’ve upped the bond 100 fold. And WTF is up with the defense attorney?! She sounds as deranged as he is. Dangerous in an entirely different way. Glad you stood up to her.

  24. shreve
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:43 pm

    MM ~ oh, your comment made me laugh, even though it shouldn’t. Answer: No.

  25. Marlene
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:43 pm

    man…this guy is really scary..they should have raised the bail at that point…I wonder what motivates these vile public defenders..almost like they have a gigantic chip on thier shoulder and want to take it out on the world…this is scary stuff..Marlene from Cambria

  26. Steph in Oregon
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:43 pm

    The behavior of the defense attorney and the stalker sound like one of the too many television dramas these days. It’s just so hard to believe that people are really this way! Come on people…EVOLVE!

    I don’t drink, but maybe I’ll go have a chlorella shot!

  27. Starsider
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:45 pm

    It seems like the public defender was grasping at straws from the very first word that came out of her mouth. She knew she was losing, because that comes off as nothing short of a *desperate* argument.

    You learned to shoot down the arguments with those tin cans! That’s an even better skill than shooting!

    I hope at least for the moment you’ve gained some safety and some peace of mind after all this.

    As for his “creditors” remark, I lost a family member a number of years ago to a similar crazy. She repossessed cars, and while she was trying to start the car she had come to get, the debtor came up behind her and shot her in the head at point-blank range. I hope he gets what’s coming to him.

  28. Kimberly
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:48 pm

    …Wow…just…wow. If someone seriously thinks they can score points with a judge to release bail by describing how he would kill someone, he’s sorely mistaken. They put people like this away for a reason.

    But, you said it yourself here, you’ve had all kinds of hate mail and trolls to deal with online.
    But, you also have the support of everyone around you as well. ^^

    Best of luck!

  29. Marianne Duvendack
    January 28th, 2011 @ 7:57 pm

    You rock. I wanna be you when I grow up. Okay, when I come back in another life. Stay strong, stay authentic, stay true to yourself.

  30. Stephanie
    January 28th, 2011 @ 8:02 pm

    Holy Crap – gonna kill em both with one bullet eh? He’s crazy, dangerous and a GENIUS! I hope you didn’t smile when he was saying that I would’ve been.

    Shreve you are one tough shit to go through that and come out the other side ok – I know the story is not over but wow!

  31. Barbara
    January 28th, 2011 @ 8:17 pm

    Having these experiences once is bad enough, but having to write about them (with all the rereading, rephrasing and revisiting that competent writing requires) is a harrowing experience). I know that just the thought of having to sit down and record the experience in words is enough to make one crazy! It has to be done, but you have to be valiant to do it! Good work! & good ongoing wishes to you, Shreve.

  32. Cynthia
    January 28th, 2011 @ 8:18 pm

    Wow. Have a good drink, a short cry, a long ride, a hot bath, a quiet snuggle, or whatever else it takes for you to congratulate yourself this evening for living through it and getting this next segment out. I hope it is as therapeutic for you to write it as it is useful for us to read it.

  33. Carrie
    January 28th, 2011 @ 8:26 pm

    Good gravy! I would say this guy was a few forks short of a fondue set, but that would be the understatement of the year, and I’d hate to use up my understatement of the year so early on.

  34. shreve
    January 28th, 2011 @ 8:40 pm

    OH MY GOODNESS I really don’t think I’ve had so many GREAT, TRUE laughs from blog post comments EVAH! You all are wonderful.

  35. Joanna
    January 28th, 2011 @ 8:42 pm

    So seriously f’d up.

  36. Catherine Chandler
    January 28th, 2011 @ 8:55 pm

    Holy shit. WOW. I am so so glad that a) you went to court and took the stand, and b) that he was crazy enough to say that shit! Thank goodness. I’m surprised the judge didn’t raise the bond. That defense lawyer sounds like absolute vile evil. I have no words for her.

  37. Tracy
    January 28th, 2011 @ 9:09 pm

    Amazing- glued to this story.

  38. Fox
    January 28th, 2011 @ 9:13 pm

    He was researching for a character in a book? Hahahaha! “That’s not illeagal is it” The first response that came to my head was “Ask Winona Ryder!”

  39. carmel
    January 28th, 2011 @ 9:50 pm

    ….thanks for sharing…Mike should meet that idiot in a dark alley one night, or take him for a long walk over a short cliff….haha…
    GO GIRL ! you’ll be fine…love ya lots

  40. Mari
    January 28th, 2011 @ 9:56 pm

    Sad that his comments on the stand weren’t enough to commit him to a mental institution. That is where he belongs. He is going to hurt someone.

  41. carmel
    January 28th, 2011 @ 10:01 pm

    THE LAW IS AN ASS…!!!

  42. Scotty
    January 28th, 2011 @ 10:29 pm

    “Yes, there is (a law against it). That’s why he was ARRESTED.”
    yeah !! pumps fist.

    that must have been one creepy day in court. wowz. can imagine you thinking.. what on EARTH just happened? your jaws must have dropped when he testified.

    hopefully he got a chance to ‘freshen up’ before going… BACK to jail ! hahahaha!

  43. shreve
    January 28th, 2011 @ 10:33 pm

    Oh Scotty, you’re RAD.

  44. Liza Lundell
    January 28th, 2011 @ 10:54 pm

    Lord, Shreve. That’s scary plus. And that he’d say something like that in court, demonstrates a true break with reality and normality and his own situation. Wish they’d put him under the jail.

  45. bonnie
    January 29th, 2011 @ 12:08 am

    that’s the most you can hope for with someone as dangerous as that: that they’ll self destruct.
    thanks again for filling us in.
    will be awaiting the next chapter.

  46. Janice in GA
    January 29th, 2011 @ 12:27 am

    ::mouth hanging open in astonishment::

    Holy crap. I am so glad you came out ok through this insanity.

  47. AJ Hyena
    January 29th, 2011 @ 1:30 am

    I can’t believe he said that on the stand. For a split second I went “What… the… …?!” and then burst out laughing at thinking he must have realized what exactly it was he’d said and how it completely ruined his chances.

    Or was he that oblivious, not realizing it even after he’d said what he did?

  48. MJ
    January 29th, 2011 @ 2:18 am

    “You are crazy, you are dangerous, and bail stands at $10,000.”

    Sounds like a reasonable assessment.

  49. Marina
    January 29th, 2011 @ 7:12 am

    Wow! is all I can say.. You Go Girl

  50. Eve
    January 29th, 2011 @ 7:48 am

    Thank God he let the batshit crazy stuff out on the stand. That’s just amazing that he hanged himself with his own words. After all the insults I’ve gotten from running a large website, I totally get what you mean by the trolls making you immune. It’s an amazing feeling when someone thinks they’re going to get under your skin, but you have power they don’t understand.

  51. Katbalu
    January 29th, 2011 @ 7:49 am

    All I can say is….OH MY GOD!!!! What a PSYCHO…the judicial system couldn’t possibly let this “thing” free!!!!

  52. Ailsa
    January 29th, 2011 @ 8:14 am

    1. Bail waived. WTF?
    2. You having to testify in order not to have the bail waived. WTF?
    3. You having to be in the same room with your stalker. WTF?
    4. You having to be grilled by a stalker’s defence attorney. WTF?
    5. Him being characterized as an aspiring author. WTF?
    6. You still waiting to learn what his fate will be. WTF?

    All of these things I would not know if not for your blog. Thank you. And clearly, you are more powerful than this guy.

    And this Golden Armor … sounds spectacular!
    All my best,
    Ailsa

  53. Deanna
    January 29th, 2011 @ 8:20 am

    Jeez. I don’t know which sounds more dangerous, an intelligent madman or a stupid madman. Probably the former, but both are pretty scary. This post gave me a more realistic sense of what you had to go through, of how you had to rally and I really gotta hand it to you for that perfect comeback – “That’s why he was ARRESTED.” Brilliant.

  54. falnfenix
    January 29th, 2011 @ 8:55 am

    i’m floored this idiot actually ADMITTED this. openly. in front of people who record this sort of thing.

  55. Marg
    January 29th, 2011 @ 9:11 am

    I feel compelled to read these testaments about your experience but admit they do shake me to the core. My immediate feeling is of being alone, naked while the “protectors” with my clothing are dancing around prodding my aggressor with provoking absurd questions. You are a strong person Shreve although we all know that by now.

  56. carol
    January 29th, 2011 @ 9:31 am

    I’m thinking his attorney got it wrong…He’s not the next S. King. He’s a character in the next King novella. (which will then be made into a movie and merchandised to the hilt)

  57. Scott
    January 29th, 2011 @ 9:38 am

    Thanks

  58. Felicia Foland
    January 29th, 2011 @ 9:41 am

    Blood pressure rise…DRINK!

  59. Cathy
    January 29th, 2011 @ 9:42 am

    Scary stuff. Stay strong!

  60. Clare
    January 29th, 2011 @ 10:26 am

    Bless your heart Shreve you are a courageous young woman and someone needs to lock that man up and throw away the key.

  61. Claudia
    January 29th, 2011 @ 10:47 am

    I was thinking the same thing about the trolls… at least they served you in some way.

    I’m so sorry you had to deal with this Shreve. I’m grateful his true character came through on that stand and the judge was able to see how crazy and dangerous he really is.

  62. Ava
    January 29th, 2011 @ 11:07 am

    Gobsmacked.

    It’s bad enough that the process tried to shift blame for his actions onto you. If there was ever a textbook illustration of “but she asked for it!”, as if you somehow invited his vileness just by existing and living your life.

    The worst part, or at least the scariest to me, is that it might have worked. If he’d been just a little smoother, held it together on the stand just a little better, the process would have freed him to go on his merry way. They had to hear his explicit rants about shooting people in the face to take him as a serious threat.

    I’m so sorry you had to deal with this, Shreve, any of it. You learned how strong and by-god tough you really are but you should never have had to learn it that way.

  63. littlebobina
    January 29th, 2011 @ 11:20 am

    Holy crap!

  64. Jenny C
    January 29th, 2011 @ 11:59 am

    “He was in an orange jumpsuit, chains shackled around his ankles and wrists cuffed to a chain around his waist.” Ahhh yes… I love the smell of shackles and incarceration in the morning…

    Hasn’t that freakshow defense attorney read Stephen King’s “Misery” or seen the movie adaptation?! Proved YOUR point, the Prosecutor’s point, the judge’s point… not the defense attorney’s! Apparently evil has fried her last remaining brain cell.

    I, too, am surprised they just sent this psycho back to jail. His gruesome testimony of what he’d do just to a lowly couple of creditors renders him the perfect candidate for Hannibal Lecter’s face mask and shackles and the most secure solitary confinement available.

    I echo Chupacabra’s post (#21)! …And right on, Ailsa (#52)!

  65. Shelley
    January 29th, 2011 @ 12:02 pm

    How in God’s name does an obviously mentally disturbed court appointed defense attorney “stay in business,” so to speak.

    Really, why the hell is she still employed?

  66. SDC
    January 29th, 2011 @ 12:15 pm

    Shreve, you know it’s funny that a while back you commented that you’re loving all these kick-ass girl movies of late. I was told that when you admire something in someone else, it’s because you already possess that quality yourself. I can’t wait to see the new kick-ass girl movie SHREVE. The verbal disarming of that hair-brained defense attorney is almost messiah-like, as I imagine you doing that with the calmness of a deity. You are a class act.

  67. Martha
    January 29th, 2011 @ 12:21 pm

    Shreve
    I admire your courage, your persistence and pray for you and yours.
    I once had a stalker and know the fear that can wrap its way around your heart…
    Be safe, be peaceful and be blessed.
    Martha

  68. Jackie
    January 29th, 2011 @ 12:44 pm

    Shreve:
    I am an attorney, and I have a case right now that is similiar to yours with respect to the people involved. The Good Folks, the Bad Folks, and the Evil Harpy Attorney. Encountering the latter two shakes my faith in the goodness of humanity. I have moments of despair in which I wonder why I try so hard to fight these people who seem to have endless energy for polluting the world.
    Thank you for continuing to share your life experiences with us publicly, in spite of these things.
    Best,
    Jackie

  69. FK
    January 29th, 2011 @ 1:47 pm

    You should have saved “The Crazies” headline for THIS post. Seriously, between the Stephen King defense and the stalker’s complete inability to even PRETEND to be sane (when he’s on the stand no less!), this whole thing screams CRAZY. I’m speechless. So glad you’re alright, and thank you for sharing this with us. I hope that doing so has been healing for you. You’re a strong, inspiring person. Not “woman”…PERSON. : )

  70. Maggie
    January 29th, 2011 @ 2:08 pm

    Real poetic justice would be if this guy turned around and started stalking his defense attorney.

  71. Rachel
    January 29th, 2011 @ 2:10 pm

    First of all, I am so very sorry you have had to go through this Shreve.
    But I would like to point out that for everyone’s comments that “the system doesn’t work,” I have to disagree and say no, the system DOES work, and your story proves that point.
    Everyone here who is a regular reader (myself included) knows you are a person of integrity, but the legal system and the courts do not know anything about you. The premise is that everyone is treated equally under the law.
    And it is innocent until proven guilty. And yes, those who cannot afford an attorney get one appointed to them. The reason for this is that the accused is facing a loss of liberty.

    My reasons for saying the system worked in your case Shreve are as follows:
    1) everyone is entitled to an affordable bail, which means bail reduction hearings are allowed;
    2)As the named victim, you have rights, including the right to oppose release and be heard on that issue;
    3)The accused has a constitutional right to face their accuser, so as uncomfortable as it was for you to testify, it was also incredibly important;
    4)Because you showed up and contested bail reduction and release, the mental illness of your stalker was exposed, and the Judge did not grant release.
    That’s the system working the way it is supposed to.

  72. Elly
    January 29th, 2011 @ 4:43 pm

    Oh lady – good on you for going and facing something you didn’t want to. I’m glad the system worked, and if this is the silver lining to trolls + hate mail, then I’m glad your blog gave you the strength to face the idiotic + vile defense lawyer. Thanks for sharing, hey. We’re all here cheering you on!

  73. IMJOToday
    January 29th, 2011 @ 4:53 pm

    So – tell me this. how does the prosecuting attorney sleep with herself at night? what does she see when she looks in a mirror?
    thanks for sharing this story with us.

  74. CC
    January 29th, 2011 @ 7:10 pm

    It’s amazing that this guy hasn’t been in trouble before, or that others weren’t aware of how pscyhotic he is. From what I read of your story, the guy is so far out of his mind that it’s criminal. My hope is for the guy to remain locked up. Unfortunately, due to the economy and lack of funding, many behaviorally ill and dangerous people are being released or allowed to remain on the streets like this guy. I’m so sorry this has happened to you. Stay safe!

  75. muttluver
    January 29th, 2011 @ 7:22 pm

    Ok, others might think /I’M/ crazy, but this whole thing just smacks of demonic possession. As in, he’s literally not in his right mind (the defense attorney either) cuz he’s not doing the thinking, something utterly evil is.

    Jackie: Thank you so much for the work you do.

    Shreve: http://www.teacherstorehouse.com/large/t-a62535_L.jpg
    (Picture of Garfield tossing an apple and saying, “You can’t scare me. I teach.”)
    They need to make one of those for bloggers.

  76. Teaspoon
    January 29th, 2011 @ 7:43 pm

    Lady Bright, Shreve. I wish you peace and safety.

  77. Badger
    January 29th, 2011 @ 9:21 pm

    Holy crap….

    This guy IS a dangerous nutjob!
    And that defense attorney….
    The court needs to toss her out on her ass and get someone who acts like a professional…

    Keep strong Shreve.
    With luck,this guy’s mouth will get him locked away for a long time.

    -Badger-

  78. Meg A.
    January 29th, 2011 @ 11:01 pm

    Dude…this guy sounds like he would be a crazy character FROM a novel…or a SCI-FI channel movie…one where you want the goober character to get eaten by the mutant alligator/snake hybrid (and then cheer…).

    As always, thank you for sharing your story.

  79. Pam
    January 30th, 2011 @ 5:28 am

    Your suggestion early on that things did not ultimately turn out well makes this post all the more chilling. Great writing, btw! You keep not reading Steven King.

  80. Abigail
    January 30th, 2011 @ 6:20 am

    You’re so brave for standing there and facing him. And that guy truely is a madman.

  81. Allison
    January 30th, 2011 @ 9:46 am

    Wow, I’m sorry you’ve had to go through this and deal with such vile treatment. He’s really unattached to reality — he can’t even shut up to save himself. I’m so glad the judge (at least at this moment) saw that this made him a much more credible threat to you.

    Your description of the defense attorney reminded me of a wonderfully written book about how the criminal justice system handles violence against women. It’s called Our Guys by Bernard Lefkowitz, a journalist. It’s the story of the gang rape of a mentally disabled teen girl and the subsequent trial, where the defense attorneys used this same classic strategy: to make it seem like the woman wanted it and to discredit her in gendered ways.

  82. Michaeleen
    January 30th, 2011 @ 12:25 pm

    I’m too lazy to read 80+ comments, but the last time I checked, Stephen King just imagines what people would do in certain situations (or mostly that I read Full Dark, No Stars and he says just as much, at least according to the stories in that book). It’s already a weak argument either way!
    I will copy everyone elses sentiment, you’re very strong for facing all of this and being able to write about it for all the world to read.

  83. Jamie
    January 30th, 2011 @ 12:40 pm

    It amazes me that bail even has the possibility of being waived. You just wonder who the law is protecting. I’m so glad you’re ok and this man was caught. You’re a very strong woman, but this has been proven ten times over already :)
    This sort of reminds me of the documentary Dear Zachary. If you reeeeally want to get upset about bail procedures (and get hit by an emotional truck)I’d reccommend watching it.

  84. JoDi
    January 30th, 2011 @ 12:41 pm

    Wow, it’s hard to believe that this story ultimately ends in any other way than with this lunatic in a mental institution, but from comments you’ve made before, it sounds like we’re in for a shocking conclusion!

    Glad you made it through this experience. Keep thriving!

  85. regina ellis
    January 30th, 2011 @ 1:22 pm

    Having worked in the criminal justice system most of my life, I’m not surprised at anything anymore. Thank goodness the judge does not suffer fools gladly.

  86. Lesley
    January 30th, 2011 @ 1:30 pm

    That the defense attorney would try to rationalize criminal behaviour (stalking and threatening) is just wow. She had nothing in her arsenal, obviously. Except arse, lots of arse.

    Geez, what I would have given to put Steven King on the stand directly after that cross. The stupidity, it burns.

    The defendant is obviously completely unhinged. I expect his life will come to no good end.

  87. KSW
    January 30th, 2011 @ 2:26 pm

    Dear Shreve,
    This is the first of your blogs I have read. I went from goosebumps, to feeling physically ill, to tears. Thank goodness that you are as strong as you are. I am very concerned that we are more worried about the civil rights of the perpetrators of crime than we are of the victims. I moved to Montana to get away from the crazies, but am finding that they are everywhere and we can’t seen to do anything about it.Stay strong. You have emotional support out here in “Blog Land”.
    After reading your book, that was recommended by my 92 year old Aunt Bessie, I have become a fan of yours and Charlies. I also purchased the audio book so I can listen while I travel. I never get tired of hearing it!

  88. Penny in Co
    January 30th, 2011 @ 4:15 pm

    I don’t think I am gonna even want to read anymore if the a%%hole goes free. Not to mention I’d LOVE to have a nice long discussion with that DA. Just to berate her and tell her how much damage she is doing to society. Of course she wouldn’t listen but I’d feel better getting it off my chest. Gees this sucks. You are the one Shreve….

  89. Mari
    January 30th, 2011 @ 5:04 pm

    For those saying the system worked – this latest installment is not the end of the story. I have the distinct impression that the system eventually did NOT work in this particular case.

  90. Colleen G
    January 30th, 2011 @ 9:03 pm

    I am almost speechless (which doesn’t happen often). What a certifiable criminally insane madman. My first thought is… you poor thing. My second thought is he should be locked up and never see the light of day. My other thoughts are a combination of somehow knowing you are going to be fine. I have gathered based on your writings that you CAN handle yourself and hopefully will not have to prove so. My other thought is his lawyer is pure evil and should also be locked up. Peace, love and positive energy to you, Mike and the farmily.

  91. Rose
    January 30th, 2011 @ 9:23 pm

    Good grief. One crazy dumb ass defending another one.

    It takes a lot of strength to get through something like that, and I’m not talking about Golden Armor.

    Thanks for sharing this.

  92. heather em
    January 31st, 2011 @ 1:22 am

    just….. wow. Shreve, proud of you for staying strong and making it through. And thanks for sharing the courts’ processes. It is all very interesting and informative. Keep your head up!

  93. Margaret
    January 31st, 2011 @ 8:08 am

    With those statements, I would have increased his bail to at least $100,000.

    Hang in there!

  94. Michelle L.
    January 31st, 2011 @ 9:04 am

    The darkness of the experience you went through (are still going through) gets darker with every installment. I’m so glad you are sharing this. Oh, man, I can’t imagine myself being that strong – you are inspiring. Thank you, Shreve!

  95. Leisa
    January 31st, 2011 @ 10:26 am

    As much as I want to hear the rest of the story, I also dread it because of your previous comments. I fear that he is out there somewhere rather than locked up where he belongs. My stalker was my ex-husband and I helped ex-wife #3 put him in prison. But he is out now, free, somewhere….your strength inspires me, Shreve, as always thank you for sharing with us.

  96. MCJ
    January 31st, 2011 @ 10:33 am

    This post made me laugh. Only because this guy is such a dum-dum. And the attorney is even more of a dum-dum because she should know better (she being the sane one).

    The whole situation is definitely not a laughing matter. However, a giggle now and again can relieve the tension.

    You’re always an inspiration, Shreve!

  97. Sheilagh
    January 31st, 2011 @ 10:37 am

    Thank you SO MUCH for Green Hope Essences!

    ~holding you & yours in our hearts~

  98. Leah
    January 31st, 2011 @ 10:42 am

    all of that evil must be piling up in that defense attorney, one guilty appointment at a time. how disturbing.

  99. Theresa Szpila
    January 31st, 2011 @ 10:44 am

    OMG! I’m so horrified, I’m speechless.

    He and his defense attorney belong on a penal colony on another planet, with no way back to this one!

  100. Susan in Atlanta
    January 31st, 2011 @ 10:47 am

    Shreve, please know that you make a positive difference in people’s lives. Hopefully, in some small way, that offsets the crazies out there. Your blogs inspire me to approach life in a different way. You have a strong, natural, and kind spirit, and I’m glad to see he is not taking that away.

  101. Leslie
    January 31st, 2011 @ 11:31 am

    I got chills reading that. I don’t know what else to say but that I agree the system is messed up but at least he had to stay in jail.

  102. Pat D.
    January 31st, 2011 @ 1:17 pm

    Amazing story, truly.

    Stephen king should sue that defense attorney for taking his name in vain!

  103. Kim
    January 31st, 2011 @ 3:34 pm

    The only thing I can think is, WTF??? I don’t think a lot of people have the kind of courage you displayed in that courtroom. Kudos indeed!

  104. Ana
    January 31st, 2011 @ 4:04 pm

    OMG…

    It sounds like you handled yourself in the courtroom incredibly. But I’m sorry you had to be in that courtroom at all.

    The stalker’s madness is truly frightening…

  105. Dana P
    January 31st, 2011 @ 4:42 pm

    I am glad that the stalker revealed his true inner thoughts. To think that not only was he after you, but he would shoot people who where out just doing their JOBS!!! It is frightening. Kudoos on a job well done in the courtroom. Anxiously awaiting what comes next.

  106. Chris
    January 31st, 2011 @ 5:32 pm

    For a horrible situation you handled it superbly; this particular part no less than the rest. Sounds like you threw the defender quite off her stride: she was not prepared to deal with someone as collected and strong as you.

    The stalker’s testimony was chilling, even on top of his previous behavior. At least it kept him from getting released at that point.

    Thank you for continuing to share this with us. I think writing this account out will serve you well, in the end. I for one find it at least as heartening as it is appalling. From the comments, that seems to be shared by a lot of your other readers.

    Your courage, your friends, the very human dignity and strength you (and your supporters) have maintained through this, shines. Stay well.

  107. Wendy Sea
    January 31st, 2011 @ 5:35 pm

    Shreve, Strong work! Real nice job in standing up to the defense attorney. I agree with other posts; she was grasping at straws. Keep doing what you’re doing, stay strong, and if life was easy, everyone would have a farmily! Hang in there!

  108. MissPickles
    January 31st, 2011 @ 5:52 pm

    Holy Cannoli! What a test to every fiber of one’s being. Life events like that should get you a permanent place in this universe.
    ~Cool. Calm. Collected.~

  109. Anita
    January 31st, 2011 @ 10:12 pm

    Thank you for sharing, we live in the land of the free to do whatever you like as long as your brave enough to do it”, geeeezz. It make one really wonder who the law protects? Everyone! ok, but really??? Keeping you in my prays.

  110. Karen
    January 31st, 2011 @ 11:24 pm

    It’s a horrible story, and a hideous move by the defense attorney, but I can’t stop thinking that you can’t be rational with someone who has lost their mind. The trial doesn’t bring along reality for him, and the judge’s comments don’t help since he is obviously insane, and proably criminally insane.

    I hope he’s attended to appropriately and kept out of the general population while being treated for his mental illness. I HOPE he’s not still spillin’ out crazy all over the place.

    Sending peace to you~

  111. Wine Dog
    February 1st, 2011 @ 8:26 am

    Holy crap! That’s crazy on a stick. Not that driving all the way to where ever the hell it is you actually live and all that other stuff he did wasn’t insane in the membrane. But there’s a few things you want to never say in court and musing about blood splatter and bullets are certainly a couple of them.

    And I wonder how that PD sleeps at night. I understand that the law provides for competent representation, but the Stephen King defense? Was she pissed that somebody already used Twinkies?

  112. Angie
    February 1st, 2011 @ 7:47 pm

    I hope you’re ok! Do your best to be brave and strong and remember how many of us are on your side. I know you are a true Warrior!

  113. Mel
    February 2nd, 2011 @ 1:19 pm

    As a judge, I am glad that at least that part of the legal system worked as it should. As to the defendant’s attorney, obviously she hasn’t been taught the best way to defend criminal cases. Of course, she had a case which appears to have had mothing worthwhile to defend with, so I guess she figured she had nothing to lose. Your postings, though, indicate this is normally the way she handles victims on the stand – and I say shame on her. She must have been absent when they taught professionalism 101. This is my first post – I have read your blogs for quite awhile and enjoyed everything. Keep up your target practice.

  114. AmberStar
    February 3rd, 2011 @ 9:51 am

    I don’t know what the laws are regarding the right to carry, but they are fairly liberal about that here in Texas. I’d shoot that snake in a heartbeat and never give it another thought. The movie “Sleeping With The Enemy” was enough for me. Please take care to keep your location secret. What a sick sob. Loved the golden armor metaphor. Take care and stay as safe.

  115. Ellen
    February 4th, 2011 @ 11:05 pm

    Thank you for sending your story out into the ether! Your clear account of your experiences has encouraged me as a single woman. It’s wonderful to think of the ‘warrior woman’ making herself secure in the world by doing the hard work it takes to occupy physical and psychic space with no apology. She’s not looking for trouble. But, wise as a serpent, innocent as a dove, she uses all her skills to live in the world without fear. The image of the weight and gravity of using a firearm is the sense we each need to cultivate. Thank you. Shalom.

  116. angie
    February 5th, 2011 @ 3:28 pm

    that was awesome.

  117. Tamara
    February 5th, 2011 @ 7:56 pm

    All I can say is OY VEY!

    I can’t believe they pulled a Facebook defense. You added him, he was nuts, you blocked him. I’m assuming this isn’t like your best friend/family page but a “fan” page more so. Ugh, sorry you are going/were going through this craziness.

  118. Harpo
    February 14th, 2011 @ 12:06 am

    I’ve only just started reading you online and was appalled at your stalker experience; a malignancy from “civilization” infests a sagebrush paradise. The pervert is depressing enough, but add to him the shyster lawyer and a system that dispenses only legalities, not justice. A double-action revolver with .357 hollow-point magnums is an excellent tool; safe to handle,easy recoil, and effective stopping power.
    Keep it up; I have great admiration for you!

    Harpo

  119. Celina
    March 7th, 2011 @ 1:22 pm

    I pray you can soon put this creepy chapter in your life behind you. I just started reading your posts and I’m catching up on your goings-on.

    I wrote a another comment of a previous (similar) post but the comment did now show. But what keeps sticking out in this situation, for me, is the meaning of it all. If this were your movie, everything you come in contact with (supporting characters, events)is there for a reason. A lesson, An insight. Karma. It’s difficult to see it in this experience but I believe it applies in a “good” situation as well as a bad one.

    Have you thought about your stalker experience in this way? His actions seem to be the antithesis to what you desire and live by. Just my thoughts.

  120. Halloween Jack
    March 8th, 2011 @ 1:06 pm

    As a longtime Stephen King fan, I almost laughed when I read that part. King has featured stalkers as villains more than once (if you ever want to check out one of his books, Rose Madder is one about a woman who’s stalked by her abusive husband), and he’s had some of his own, I believe–there’s a man out there who believes that King, not Mark David Chapman, shot John Lennon.

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    Twig Jun 25, 11, 10:23AM | #4
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    3dinfo:

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    pheelyks Jun 25, 11, 10:36AM | #5

    Twig:

    a person of your caliber

    A person of what caliber, exactly? They came here to lie because they were paid to do so. Their post does not make them seem intelligent, honest, noble, or any other quality associated with people of “high caliber.” On that note, you yourself seem to be of increasingly questionable caliber–exactly what is it you think you add to this forum?

  122. sizon2
    December 17th, 2012 @ 7:51 am

    Twig Jun 25, 11, 10:54AM | #6
    Joined: May 10, 11
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    pheelyks:

    A person of what caliber, exactly?

    Low caliber.
    pheelyks:

    On that note, you yourself seem to be of increasingly questionable caliber–exactly what is it you think you add to this forum?

    I do not think you are the right person to ask me such a query. Sh*t

    pheelyks Jun 25, 11, 11:42AM | #7

    Twig:

    I do not think you are the right person to ask me such a query. Sh*t

    Any one here has every right to question someone else’s legitimacy. Your lack of explanation is more indicative of your character and potential nefariousness than a simple acknowledgment that you’re a Kenyan writer looking for a new way to scam customers.

    Twig Edited by: Twig Jun 25, 11, 12:08PM | #8
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    pheelyks:

    that you’re a Kenyan writer looking for a new way to scam customers.

    Can you prove this. You are just fond of making unsubstantiated allegations. If you are sure I am a scamming writer, go ahead and expunge my username. Fu*k. You think you are the King/Prince of this forum. Provide evidence to show that I am indeed a scamming writer. How many students have I scammed? How many Pheelyks? Provide a list of their names and the amount of money.

    pheelyks Jun 25, 11, 05:09PM | #9

    Twig:

    Can you prove this.

    No.
    Twig:

    You are just fond of making unsubstantiated allegations

    No, I’m not, but when you have no apparent reason for posting here and refuse to answer a direct question pertaining to that purpose, I will voice my suspicions aloud.
    Twig:

    If you are sure I am a scamming writer, go ahead and expunge my username.

    I am not a moderator here, nor do I have any influence over the moderators (I don’t even know who they are). I am not sure that you’re a scamming writer, but that’s certainly what it seems like. Since you won’t share what you’re actually doing here, I am forced to guess.
    Twig:

    You think you are the King/Prince of this forum

    No.
    Twig:

    Provide evidence to show that I am indeed a scamming writer

    I don’t have any, and never claimed to. Again, all I have are my suspicions.

    If you’re not a scam writer, tell us what your purpose for being here is. It certainly isn’t to add anything useful to the discussions.

    Twig Edited by: Twig Jun 25, 11, 10:25PM | #10
    Joined: May 10, 11
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    pheelyks:

    I don’t have any, and never claimed to. Again, all I have are my suspicions.

    Who really cares? If you have admitted that you are not the moderator, any future question(s) from you regarding my credibility will go unanswered. Meanwhile, keep on suspecting me. I am a writer with integrity, and writes for 20 private clients.

    Twig Edited by: Twig Jun 25, 11, 10:42PM | #11
    Joined: May 10, 11
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    pheelyks:

    If you’re not a scam writer, tell us what your purpose for being here is.

    And what about you? Your reasons for being here are:
    1) To criticize others
    2) To make unsubstantiated claims
    3) To trade insults
    4) To write crap
    5) To show off that you are the most talented writer in the world. Do you possess a PhD in English Language? No.
    Do they really help anyone? No.

    craftywriter Jun 25, 11, 11:10PM | #12
    Joined: Jun 25, 11
    Posts: 3 Twig, never argue with a fool (pheelyks), he will lower you to his level, and then beat you with experience.

    craftywriter Jun 25, 11, 11:34PM | #13
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    pheelyks Jun 26, 11, 09:55AM | #14

    Twig:

    I am a writer with integrity, and writes for 20 private clients.

    Wow. 20. They must all be really pleased at the barely passing grades you are able to earn with those ESL skills.
    Twig:

    1) To criticize others

    Only when they deserve criticism. This site is devoted to exposing scam writers/companies, after all.
    Twig:

    2) To make unsubstantiated claims

    Not at all. i substantiate my claims as much as possible, and clearly acknowledge when I am voicing suspicions rather than facts.
    Twig:

    3) To trade insults

    I’d rather not, and actually “insult” other posters a lot less than they attempt to insult me. The fact that you take criticism of your language skills as an insult does not mean that it was my intent to insult; it is more evidence of your emotional state than of mine.
    Twig:

    4) To write crap

    Like what, exactly? Is this the kind of lucid and well-thought-out statement you provide your clients with?
    Twig:

    5) To show off that you are the most talented writer in the world.

    Not even close. I have never claimed to be the most talented anything in the world, and am certainly not the most talented writer. I am very good at what I do and I take pride in that, but that isn’t the same thing as arrogance. That’s something a lot of the Kenyan writers that have appeared on this forum seem to have a problem with.
    Twig:

    Do they really help anyone?

    Yes. There are many customers that have thanked me quite openly on this forum and via PM for my information and assistance.
    craftywriter:

    never argue with a fool (pheelyks), he will lower you to his level, and then beat you with experience.

    Ahh, arguing with other people’s words. What a crafty plagiarizing writer, indeed.

    Twig Jun 26, 11, 10:21AM | #15
    Joined: May 10, 11
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    pheelyks:

    Wow. 20. They must all be really pleased at the barely passing grades you are able to earn with those ESL skills.

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