A mummy molested her daughter online but was later caught. The girl victim of cyber bullying discovered that the anonymous troll behind i hate messages he got last year was his mother. Kendra Gayle Licariof MichiganShe used juvenile slang to abuse her daughter online to avoid being identified. She was arrested last month after a year-long investigation in which she was involvedFBI.
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Although Licari used a VPN (virtual private network) to disguise the source of the messages and spiced up his messages with teenage slang to make them sound like they were written by a boy or girl. But detectives were eventually able to link the news to Licari.
“Most messages contain hate speech and phrases like ‘kill you…’ Many messages repeat the same language,” the report said.
After the victim turned to her mother for help, she is said to have reported everything to the authorities. She even teamed up with the mother of her daughter’s then-boyfriend to “help” find the cyberbully who was sending the poor girl up to a dozen messages a day. Initially, the school authorities couldn’t help, and local law enforcement didn’t have the resources to track down the culprit.
Isabella County Prosecutor David Barbary told local radio station WKRC, “When the case first came into our office, it was strange and almost unbelievable.” He added that it was an ongoing abuse campaign: ” We’re talking about several hundred text messages, there are more than 1,000 pages of text in the file.” Barbari said the messages were “mostly disturbing, demeaning and mean text messages.” However, after FBI computer experts determined the messages came from Licari’s phone, she collapsed under investigation and confessed to an outburst of bullying against her daughter. Bill City School Superintendent William Chilman said Licari, 42, was the basketball coach at his daughter’s school at the time of their crimes. Licari was summoned on Monday, December 12 and released on $5,000 bail.
Using a computer to commit a crime is a criminal offense in the United States, which carries a possible penalty of up to 10 years in prison. Licari was also charged with stalking a minor and obstructing justice – both cases could carry an additional 5 years in prison. It is currently unclear whether there is enough evidence to bring the case to trial and the hearing on the matter has been adjourned to January 12 without reason.