Is @ChuckCJohnson Planning to Monetize His Obsession With Rape?
Last month, our deranged stalker pal Chuck C. Johnson posted a couple of comments on Twitter that caught a lot of people’s eyes:
What is extortion? And should it be illegal?
If I create a website where people can offer to sell information on you to the crowd & you offer to buy it that isn’t extortion, is it?
LGF contributor goddamnedfrank wrote a post related to this, titled: Is Chuck C. Johnson Collaborating With a Criminal Revenge Porn Extortionist?
For the past few days, Johnson has been tweeting obsessively about Emma Sulkowicz, whose “Carry That Weight” project has brought a lot of attention to the subject of campus rape. And Johnson’s tweets are grotesque, as usual. Here are a few out of the dozens he’s posted, just to give you a sense of how insane he is:
Who are the dumb bitches who helped her carry the mattress today? Can their names be published for accessory to crime of slander & libel?
.@SeverEnergia Find them and destroy them.
If only Emma Sulkowicz got laid on a couch…try carrying THAT weight!
Upon reading about how much #EmmaSulkowicz loves it up the butt (& then to lick it orally, really, read it), Bill Clinton wants her digits.
He went on and on in this sociopathic vein, continuing for three days so far.
Chuck also admitted today that he’s been digging for personal information on Sulkowicz, obviously searching for a way to smear her even more:
And now, thanks to an anonymous tipster, I’ve discovered that just a few days after the tweets about extortion posted above, Chuck Johnson registered the domain names FakeRapeRegistry.com and RapeFraud.com, listing his photographer friend Peter Duke (who took the photographs of Chuck stalking me at my former apartment) as the registrant organization.
From this evidence, it seems that Johnson is apparently planning to monetize his rape obsession, possibly in a way that encourages extortion (judging from his weird questions). Stay tuned for further developments.