A federal judge today sentenced Veronica Zea, 28, of San Jose, CA to a year of home confinement and a year of probation for her role in eBay's terror campaign against a Natick couple whose online postings about the company offended its executives. Read more.
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Two of the lesser eBay bloody-pig-mask stalker minions are sentenced; one gets a year in prison, the other gets a year of home confinement
A federal judge today sentenced two of the eBay goons responsible for terrorizing a Natick couple who posted articles their corporate overlords didn't like, the US Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Loathsome eBay executive gets nearly five years for role in bloody-pig-mask terror campaign against Natick couple
James Baugh, 47, eBay's one-time security director who helped orchestrate a terror campaign against a Natick couple who published stories the company didn't like, was sentenced to 57 months in federal prison, the US Attorney's office reports. Read more.
James Baugh, eBay’s former senior director of safety and security, today admitted his role in attempting to ruin the lives of a Natick couple who wrote things that offended the e-commerce giant - through everything from orchestrating the delivery of a bloody-pig mask and live cockroaches to their home to trying to place monitoring devices on their car to lying to local police and FBI agents coming after him and his team of two-bit terrorists. Read more.
Two Natick residents who found themselves under attack by a group of eBay executives and their underlings upset with what they wrote about the company say it's not enough that several of the conspirators have pleaded guilty - the company itself needs to pay for what happened to them. Read more.
Veronica Zea, who went online to order live insects for delivery to the Natick home of a pair of online journalists eBay set out to destroy, and an eBay manager pleaded guilty today to their roles in a conspiracy that ultimately led to the indictments of several eBay employees and the firing of eBay's CEO, the US Attorney's office reports. Read more
Seventh eBay manager charged in live bugs and pig's mask cyberterror campaign against Natick writers
The US Attorney's office in Boston reports a former California police captain is now charged as yet another goon in eBay's attempt to terrorize a Natick couple who wrote things that annoyed the company CEO, by sending them live bugs and threatening Twitter messages and who were caught in part because of their alleged Keystone Kops attempt to place a tracking device on the pair's car. Read more.