Caroline Ost, along with several others, is desperate for me to be imprisoned for my opinions. She reported me to police for inciting racial hatred in one of my songs (the famous one – views have more than tripled since all this began – see my previous posts).
During my police interview, the officer didn’t even bother to read out Ost’s statement. I’ll be interested to see what she had to say when the time comes. All-a-fluster, Ost continues to tweet about me daily. I’m publishing a few choice examples selected from one of several spreadsheets I’ve compiled using Twitter Advanced Search – a most useful tool if you know how to use it properly. As Ost was blocked, I hardly interacted with her at all on Twitter. Discovering her output has been most enlightening.
I’ve archived 122 of Ost’s tweets concerning me here – in case the cops seize my laptop or if Ost is suddenly suspended from Twitter – as happened last week when I sent Support my spreadsheet of 540 tweets from one of Ost’s colleagues. The culprit should, in all honesty, come clean and tell Ost why it might be wise to stop mentioning me on Twitter, but honesty is not one of that particular character’s strong points…
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