Gerald Joe Moreno
Gerald Joe Moreno (Equalizer) In his campaign to attack all critics of Sathya Sai Baba (d. 2011) and himself, Gerald Joe Moreno proved nothing except that the role of a cyberstalking sectarian apologist is acutely misleading and reprehensibly libellous.
In January 2009, a lawyer passed verdict on the internet attacks by Gerald Joe Moreno (alias Equalizer) in my direction:
“I think that [Gerald] Joe Moreno has been quite defamatory, and I would be very surprised if he has not taken the precaution of ensuring that no property of any value is in his own name, and thus not available to execute against action exerted to satisfy an award of Damages for Defamation. His web writing comes across to me as that of a petty and fanatical lout who always needs to have the last word, and that in itself makes me wonder about his motivation and, thus, to doubt his good faith and his credibility. His output realistically amounts to little more than a hopefully face-saving smokescreen for the benefit of his own cheer squad.”
The count against Moreno increased substantially by 2010. From 2007, he ignored my detailed protests at his misrepresentation and libel. He was reported to have suffered decease in 2010, although his web output has remained visible on Google.
Hostile and misleading representations of the present writer have been sustained at diverse Moreno sites and blogs. Those incursions have included the blog called sathyasaibaba.wordpress, in relation to which Moreno misleadingly referred to himself as “sathyasaibaba,” thus creating the misleading impression that his guru Sathya Sai Baba was here the voice of authority.
In more general terms, the collective toll of Moreno victims aroused the verdict of lawyers, in three different countries, that the web attacks of Gerald Joe Moreno were markedly libellous. His output remains a warning of what sectarian zeal can do in the furtherance of “hate campaign,” treating any kind of criticism as a punishable offence. This situation has served to illustrate the extent of abuse which can occur on Google, along with the satellites blogspot and wordpress, a largely unmonitored field with no due regulations in force.
A pertinent question exists as to the status and propriety of blog defamation surviving on blogspot and wordpress after the decease of a malpractitioner, and in the face of active complaint.
Kevin R. D. Shepherd
ENTRY no. 27
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