“While I was free to give input and act in an advisory manner–which I often did, with mixed results–Mr. [Jarret] Cohen always had final say over all rules and policies related to the message board,” and that Cohen “rarely granted” his requests to remove offensive material.
Cohen, a 23-year-old insurance broker in Allentown, Pa., who says he founded AutoAdmit and currently runs the site, told the Law Blog: “It was me. I created the message board. I exercised ultimate authority. Anthony didn’t endorse any of this stuff. He doesn’t deserve this. This is guilt by association.”
The Law Blog reviewed correspondence between Ciolli and the firm, and here’s how it went down:
Dear anonymous user 12inchjohnson,
Regarding your recent post to this forum dated 4:30am and titled "eat me, bitch", I must respectfully take issue with your characterization of me as a "fucking dyke" and your (if I may say, unsupported) assertion that I represent the class of persons who "need to gag on [your] cock."
Then, when she goes to meet Clinton, she wears a tight knit top that draws attention to her breasts and stands right in front of him and positions herself to make her breasts as obvious as possible?
It's obvious that you're bending over backwards -- figuratively and literally -- to keep the attention on your breasts.
Jessica should have worn a beret. Blue dress would have been good too.
Jessica's breasts are definitely a distraction…
… Jessica looks like Paula Jones (check her profile photo: she does)…
Look closely at that picture and try to adopt the posture Jessica's in. I did. It's not natural…
I think internet threats should be taken very seriously.
They were posting photos of their fellow, female law students at the gym, walking around campus, etc from their camera phones!! How in the hell is that NOT stalking?!
She graduated Phi Beta Kappa, has published in top legal journals and completed internships at leading institutions in her field. So when the Yale law student interviewed with 16 firms for a job this summer, she was concerned that she had only four call-backs. She was stunned when she had zero offers.
The woman and two others interviewed by The Washington Post learned from friends that they were the subject of derogatory chats on a widely read message board on AutoAdmit...
"Also invited to attend, but later disinvited for uncertain reasons, were AutoAdmit's founder and owner, Jarret Cohen, and Anthony Ciolli, former Chief Education Director of AutoAdmit, as well as Professor Ann Althouse of University of Wisconsin Law School."
"Those three professions require that their members profess to be bound by their code of ethics and standards and understand why those standards are necessary, failing which they cannot practice at all. That is not true for mortgage brokers or consultants (or computer help desk works, or butchers or bakers or candlestick makers). If a doctor fails to meet the obligations of his practice, he may not be able to practice anymore. If a lawyer sleeps with his client, then he may not be able to practice anymore. If a mortgage broker does something bad, they just merely lose their job. It has nothing to do with pay. It has to do with the ethical obligations and the shared understanding of the necessity for those obligations."
Forgery is defined as the "making or altering of a false writing with intent to defraud". This is related to the crime of uttering a forged instrument, defined to be "offering as genuine an instrument that may be the subject of forgery and is false with intent to defraud"
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