So that's the same account that made the comments you posted in your OP? If Twitter verified that's the real McCoy then they're right. How Twitter
verifies people is unclear to everyone but Twitter verifies her I believe them.
Edit: I see that is the same account. Well I'll be... things definitely have gotten interesting indeed. I can't believe this judge is tweeting this!
Everyone keep an eye on this thread and that account!
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yes, thats the same account. look at the link in the OP matches the same account with the same check mark. The account did not have it when I first
posted so it was recently updated/approved. I think twitter uses a phone call or w/e for verification. not 100% sure, ill dig into this now.
If she applied a month ago (as the link above seems to indicate it takes a month) then the only thing I can speculate is that she is intentionally
trying to 'throw the case' for a retrial under a different judge and forsaking her career.
Her career includes prosecution of the Colonel who refused orders on the birther issues too.
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I agree, if Twitter verifies her then its her. That's crazy though, I mean, she was verified so quickly. The only other answer I would accept for
this being a fake account is if Twitter was hacked and this is all some sort of shenanigans by Anonymous or something.
Odd, I just did that same thing a few minutes back. All I can tell so far is that the star is not incorporated into her photo.
Edit - It's gone now!
First - approval time wasn't a month ( www.abovetopsecret.com... )
Second - wrong color
Third - Disappearing blue star
Fourth - there were THREE different "properties" originally, there are only two now, and the missing one must have been a transparent overlay and I
can't remember EXACTLY - but - it seemed to be a feed off of her computer directly judging by the name. Maybe her computer was hacked? OR - Perhaps
the spoofer set up a computer in her name? It was a domain in her name and I can't remember if "judge" or "colonel" were part of the name or not.
Note also - only the person whose identity has been spoofed (or their legal representative) can file a complaint about identity spoofing. That rules
out a third party having turned it in and having Twitter remove it.
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Very interesting. If this is real, my thoughts are with her, and her family as this could possibly put them all in danger, and if it's fake, I hope
the person doing this is caught because this could cause much to happen for the judge, and her family.
now its gone though. I did get a change to get to the page right before it went away. I tried to click it to no avail. I think someone modified the
background image banner to include the fake check mark.
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