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Published on Jan 19, 2011
Joseph Bernard Campbell wasn't "just" a cyber stalker haunting and hunting one woman; he was after as many as he could get it seems, hacking between 350 and 500 email accounts. In at least 19 cases, he captured personal, nude and semi-nude photos that the women had emailed to boyfriends, some of them in the military overseas, and then broke into the women's Facebook accounts and made those photos their profile pictures.
The women "were devastated," police Lt. Bill Sohl told the Tampa Tribune. "All of a sudden they were getting phone calls from their friends, saying, 'Do you know what's on your Facebook page?' "
The damage wasn't confined to Facebook, which was bad enough. Campbell, of Largo, Florida, also posted a link and the photos to other places: websites with names like "Pinellas County Sluts," "Dumpster Sluts" and in a forum named "Revenge."
Campbell, 24, knew many of the women from the private high school he'd attended. He agreed to a guilty plea in federal court this week on federal charges of cyber stalking and unauthorized access to a computer. In his plea agreement, Campbell admitting to doing what he did "to harass the victims and cause them emotional distress."
According to the Tribune:
One method Campbell used, Sohl said, was to send emails to the women saying they had received a greeting card. The email instructed the recipients to type in their email addresses and passwords, but did not lead to any greeting cards.
Campbell would use the addresses and passwords to look into the accounts, where he found photographs.