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The Katrina virus was released for the first time during the Katrina Hurricane.
Originally posted by FinalCountdown
Who is this guy, going to have to look into it out more.
New Orleans Man Jailed for Threatening FBI Agent’s Son
Posted By David Stout On March 18, 2011 @ 1:08 pm In News | Comments Disabled
David Christenson Jr. is a well known eccentric in New Orleans, a man who sees conspiracies behind Hurricane Katrina, the BP oil spill and the office of U.S. Attorney Jim Letten and is happy to share his insights with anyone who will listen.
Now, apparently, he has gone too far. If the charges against him are true, he threatened the young son of an FBI agent. Why he would do that is not exactly clear, but an account by Allan Lengel on his Tickle the Wire blog (crediting the New Orleans Times-Picayune) makes it clear that Christenson may have gone too far this time, transforming himself from a nuisance into a defendant.
A couple of weeks ago, Christenson, 53, happened to run into FBI agent Steve Rayes as Rayes and his young son were walking in the city. The encounter was unfriendly from the start, since Rayes recently interviewed Christenson about some “inappropriate” e-mails that Christenson sent to several judges and their aides.
Rayes and his son kept walking, ignoring Christenson’s taunts and questions about the boy, according to a police account. But that wasn’t the end of it. The next day, Christenson allegedly sent Rayes an e-mail that read in part. “You have no idea how strange it was to run into you and your son last night … Your son is now connected to this bizarre story. Being connected to me is not usually a good thing. I am sorry. You and your son will be in my prayers.”
That was still not the end of things. Days later, the police said, Christenson sent another e-mail. “You got your son involved. Why? … A lot of people who are connected (to) me are dying … YOU SHOULD ALL BE VERY CAREFUL,” the message read.
Now Christenson is jailed on cyberstalking charges that could bring a year in prison and a $2,000 fine.