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View Diary: Head of Fox Security called me re: phone call to O'Reilly today (376 comments)

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  •  I agree, their motive is to intimidate and harass (none)
    callers who oppose brain fart, and to ultimately allow those who do, the means to do so without a busy signal.  If this "Detective" made 80 calls, for example, how many are now intimidated from calling again?

    I'm not a lawyer, but it's evident that Adigal, Mike Stark and others who recieved a similar call from FOX could build a very damaging case against O'Reilly and FoxNews for "harrassment and intimidation."  

    Apparently, this "detective" isn't very good, either, since he had no evidence to back up his charges. Is it standard policy for Fox to call back viewers who disagree with their political agenda?

    There are other serious reasons to consider, imo. Who provided this "Detective" your personal cell phone numbers, who has/will have access to it from now on in the future?  Did Fox report your numbers to their 'friends' at HS/NSA?  Why are the numbers missing from my cell phone records?  Can someone use your cell phone, without you ever knowing about it?  This is serious.

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