Stalked on the Palmetto

By Carlos Miller
The Stuck on the Palmetto saga is beginning to sound more like a Carl Hiaasen novel with tales of Rick being a Federal Agent who has the power to put people on terrorist watch lists and Manuel A. Tellechea being his psychopath stalker.

This intriguing plot, which is described further down, comes to us from FerfeLaBat, the self-described “controversial author ” who had offered Alex a spot to blog on her romance novel blog only to pull it away when she realized that Alex came with baggage, specifically Tellechea.

Meanwhile, Tellechea, who admitted that he is not even posting under his real name, is predicting that Rick will eventually land in jail for having blogged during work hours:

One would have thought that given his present circumstances Rick would be through with blogging for the forseeable future. But we doubt it. We see him writing desperate replies to his enemies which he will post one day when this is all over. But it’s not going to be over for a long time. And the next thing that Rick may have to post is bail.

FerfeLaBat, however, believes Tellechea is the one who will end up in jail.

And, quite frankly, if Alex comes with you as a stalker — I hate to say it — but the blog offer comes off the table …

The very fact that you would make even vague threats against someone you suspect works for some Intel branch of the U.S. Govt boggles the mind. That’s a felony in case you are too far gone to understand how that works. Stalk an ordinary person, make menacing statements and, at best, you will find yourself slapped with a restraining order and possibly a lawsuit. Screw with a Federal Agent and you will find yourelf on a “Cavity Smuggler” watch list, subject to an IRS audit that never ends and begging for jail time just to get one moment of unmonitored peace and quiet.

Alex, who 24 hours earlier was offered the position of taking over her entire blog, was informed that his services would no longer be needed. After all, for all she knows, he may also be a Federal Agent.

Sorry, Alex. I barely got to know you, but … it’s over. I’m good with weird, odd, possibly not of the human race, but I have to draw the line at genuinely creepy and certifiably insane.

With more than 140 comments on Critical Miami, the SOTP discussion promises to hold strong on this final day of the workweek.

Tellechea, who claims he knows Rick’s true identity and place of employment, is not the only one with a secret.

A poster going by “one who knows” implied that he or she had knowledge of Tellechea’s real identity.

The irony of this whole thing is that the name “Manuel A. Tellechea” is a pseudonym that that this guy has been using to do his writing. Isn’t that right, “Manuel?”

Having a hard on as big as the one you have for Rick is pitifully hypocritical, not to mention sick.

Tell us your real name, “Manuel…”

No word yet on whether Tellechea plans to shut down his blog.252

By Carlos Miller
The Stuck on the Palmetto saga is beginning to sound more like a Carl Hiaasen novel with tales of Rick being a Federal Agent who has the power to put people on terrorist watch lists and Manuel A. Tellechea being his psychopath stalker.

This intriguing plot, which is described further down, comes to us from FerfeLaBat, the self-described “controversial author ” who had offered Alex a spot to blog on her romance novel blog only to pull it away when she realized that Alex came with baggage, specifically Tellechea.

Meanwhile, Tellechea, who admitted that he is not even posting under his real name, is predicting that Rick will eventually land in jail for having blogged during work hours:

One would have thought that given his present circumstances Rick would be through with blogging for the forseeable future. But we doubt it. We see him writing desperate replies to his enemies which he will post one day when this is all over. But it’s not going to be over for a long time. And the next thing that Rick may have to post is bail.

FerfeLaBat, however, believes Tellechea is the one who will end up in jail.

And, quite frankly, if Alex comes with you as a stalker — I hate to say it — but the blog offer comes off the table …

The very fact that you would make even vague threats against someone you suspect works for some Intel branch of the U.S. Govt boggles the mind. That’s a felony in case you are too far gone to understand how that works. Stalk an ordinary person, make menacing statements and, at best, you will find yourself slapped with a restraining order and possibly a lawsuit. Screw with a Federal Agent and you will find yourelf on a “Cavity Smuggler” watch list, subject to an IRS audit that never ends and begging for jail time just to get one moment of unmonitored peace and quiet.

Alex, who 24 hours earlier was offered the position of taking over her entire blog, was informed that his services would no longer be needed. After all, for all she knows, he may also be a Federal Agent.

Sorry, Alex. I barely got to know you, but … it’s over. I’m good with weird, odd, possibly not of the human race, but I have to draw the line at genuinely creepy and certifiably insane.

With more than 140 comments on Critical Miami, the SOTP discussion promises to hold strong on this final day of the workweek.

Tellechea, who claims he knows Rick’s true identity and place of employment, is not the only one with a secret.

A poster going by “one who knows” implied that he or she had knowledge of Tellechea’s real identity.

The irony of this whole thing is that the name “Manuel A. Tellechea” is a pseudonym that that this guy has been using to do his writing. Isn’t that right, “Manuel?”

Having a hard on as big as the one you have for Rick is pitifully hypocritical, not to mention sick.

Tell us your real name, “Manuel…”

No word yet on whether Tellechea plans to shut down his blog.252

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Carlos Miller
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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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