An Open Letter to Elon Musk: Please Return the Twitter Account that was Stolen from me by an Occupy Democrats Editor

Dear Elon,

I know this is a long shot but I am hoping you can return the Twitter account, @pinacnews, to its rightful owner which is me.

The account was stolen from me five years ago by a former friend, Grant Stern, who was angry that I was not allowing him to steal my police accountability news site, PINAC News. I wrote in detail about the situation on my FB page which you can read here.

When I emailed Twitter about it in 2017, they refused to return it without providing a valid reason.

Twitter first claimed they could not return it because I had emailed them from carlosmiller@magiccitymedia.com and I needed to email them using an address showing I owned the pinacnews.com domain so I did just that.

But then they said they couldn’t return it because the @pinacnews email I was using differed from the email I used to create the account in 2008 which was carlosmiller@magiccitymedia.com.

However, it should not take more than a few minutes of research on Twitter’s end to learn the @pinacnews Twitter account used to be @carlosmiller before I changed the name in 2014 to more accurately reflect the articles I was sharing on the account.

I then launched this account which has never been able to grow to more than a thousand followers so for all I know, I am being shadow banned by Twitter because I am critical of the police. Facebook and YouTube have shadow banned me for years even though my articles are accurate.

I also own the trademark to the words PINAC News which you can read here.

Grant Stern is a blue-check democrat and an editor at Occupy Democrats, part of the entourage launching Tribel, a social media platform they are promoting as a “safe space” from Twitter.

Odds are, you will never see this tweet because hardly anybody sees my tweets anymore but if you do, I would greatly appreciate it if you return my Twitter account.

 

 

 

 

Dear Elon,

I know this is a long shot but I am hoping you can return the Twitter account, @pinacnews, to its rightful owner which is me.

The account was stolen from me five years ago by a former friend, Grant Stern, who was angry that I was not allowing him to steal my police accountability news site, PINAC News. I wrote in detail about the situation on my FB page which you can read here.

When I emailed Twitter about it in 2017, they refused to return it without providing a valid reason.

Twitter first claimed they could not return it because I had emailed them from carlosmiller@magiccitymedia.com and I needed to email them using an address showing I owned the pinacnews.com domain so I did just that.

But then they said they couldn’t return it because the @pinacnews email I was using differed from the email I used to create the account in 2008 which was carlosmiller@magiccitymedia.com.

However, it should not take more than a few minutes of research on Twitter’s end to learn the @pinacnews Twitter account used to be @carlosmiller before I changed the name in 2014 to more accurately reflect the articles I was sharing on the account.

I then launched this account which has never been able to grow to more than a thousand followers so for all I know, I am being shadow banned by Twitter because I am critical of the police. Facebook and YouTube have shadow banned me for years even though my articles are accurate.

I also own the trademark to the words PINAC News which you can read here.

Grant Stern is a blue-check democrat and an editor at Occupy Democrats, part of the entourage launching Tribel, a social media platform they are promoting as a “safe space” from Twitter.

Odds are, you will never see this tweet because hardly anybody sees my tweets anymore but if you do, I would greatly appreciate it if you return my Twitter account.

 

 

 

 

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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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