More Cyberbullies Caught and Fake News Reporter Ife Blount of the defunct blog Ifelicious & Carl Henegan Caught in a Web of Lies
There is nowhere to escape from the laws that protect people from harassment and Pamela Martin supports the fight against online bullying and cyber harassment.
- Dallas, TX (1888PressRelease) August 03, 2012– Pamela Martin is an accomplished fiction author, global marketing executive, and TV personality. She has worked on various television projects with the Style Network since 2009. She is associated with various groups and clubs in Dallas, Texas where she has a very soft corner for the social cause. For quite sometime, Pamela has been criticized by jealous cyberbullies. Bullies that want to spread fake news and lies. There has been a cause waged by insanely jealous people to discredit Pamela Martin. Specifically by Ms.Ife Blount Walcott author of a defunct blog Ifelicious (has 47 followers). Ife Walcott Blount of Milwaukee WISCONSIN friends with swindler Carl Henegan and former stalker blogger Meritt Patterson of Dallas TX. This group are as low as they go when it comes to creating and spewing fake news.
- Finally the truth is coming out.
- It is said – ‘Truth alone triumphs; not falsehood’. There is nowhere to escape from the laws that protect people from harassment and she supports the fight against online bullying and cyber harassment. Read settlement remarks below from a cyberbully who posted public lies about Pamela Martin Duarte.
- Settlement Response to Pamela Martin From Terri Hernandez, July 12, 2012″Apology is one of the hardest words in the English language. When you realize that you’ve made a mistake and you have hurt other people in the process you owe it to those people to make amends. On February 25, 2012, registered on D Magazine’s Front Burner Blog under the username of Dr. Hamilton, Kimberly Smith and I made a few untrue posts about Pamela Martin (“Pamela”). The statements made by me about Pamela are not true. I had no basis for making such outrageous allegations. In fact, I mistook Pamela for another woman who I used to be acquainted with the same name.“I am truly sorry for the harm that my false statements have caused to Pamela and her family. I encourage those who engage in cyberbullying to think about the harm that their Mean spirited acts caused to those that they attack and to stop.”
- Judgement imposed by Dallas Courts against Carl Henegan 77036. Judgment Defendant Carl Allen Henegan also goes by the names Carl Henegan and Carl A. Henegan, Judgment Defendant Carl Henegan’s birthday is September 3, 1966. Judgment Defendant Carl Allan Henegan’s driver’s license number and his social security number are not readily available. Judgment Defendant, Carl Henegan, was duly served with Plaintiffs citation and Fifth Amended Petition, naming him as a Defendant, on or about November 24, 2012, by private process server. The Court rendered a judgment against Defendant Carl Henegan.
- Judgment was rendered against Defendant on December 18, 2013, in the amount of Two-Hundred Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($200,000.00) in damages, plus court costs. Prejudgment interest on the actual damages was awarded at the rate of five percent (5%) per annum from the date the suit was instituted until the date of the judgment, December 18, 2013. Post-judgment interest was awarded at the interest rate of five percent (5%) per annum, from the date of judgment until the judgment is paid in full. There is now still due on this judgment the amounts set out above.
July 12, 2012
Apology is one of the hardest words in the English language. When you realize that you’ve made a mistake and you have hurt other people in the process you owe it to those people to make amends. On February25, 2012, registered on D Magazine’s Front Burner Blog under the username of Dr. Hamilton, Kimberly Smith and I made a few untrue post about Pamela Martin Duarte (“Pamela”). The statements made by me about Pamela are not true. I had no basis for making such outrageous allegations. In fact, I mistook Pamela for another woman who I used to be acquainted with that has the same name.
I am truly sorry for the harm that my false statements have caused to Pamela and her family. I encourage those who engage in cyberbullying to think about the harm that their Mean spirited acts caused to those that they attack and to stop.
Settlement Response from Dena Miller and public apology to Pamela Martin-Duarte
— Pamela and Dena respect each other as strong, opinionated, intelligent Texas women who are both well-regarded professionals and philanthropists. Dena believes that women can be their own worst enemies and desire to not contribute to or participate in a game of destruction. Instead, seek to act as a positive force for women in the Dallas community and beyond. Pamela and Dena further deplore the cyber bullying that has become common throughout the country and that has manifested itself within the Dallas community. Cyber bullying, especially by anonymous individuals, is destructive to the victims and the community as a whole. Dena is sensitive to the harm that Pamela has suffered and supports Pamela’s efforts to protect her reputation and good name against the false comments posted to the D Magazine blog and the other community webpages and sites. As a result, Dena has endeavored to assist Pamela in identifying the source of the comments at the heart of the lawsuit. Dena encourages those who engage in cyber bullying to stop now and instead use their time to engage inpositive behavior that is beneficial to the community.
My friend Dena Miller is the Dallas Chairwoman for Dress for Success (DFS) Dallas and I was honored to be her guest at this years gala A Night in Monte Carlo. The mission of Dress for Success is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
The organization was founded in New York City in 1997, DFS is an international not-for-profit organization offering services designed to help our clients find jobs and remain employed. The Dress for Success has served more than 650,000 women around the world. Each year they reach more than 65,000 women in the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia, the Netherlands, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Ireland and the West Indies. The Dress for Success serves clients by referral only, and women must have an interview scheduled before receiving clothing. Clients come from a continually expanding and diverse group of non-profit and government agencies including homeless shelters, immigration services, job training programs, educational institutions and domestic violence shelters, among many other organizations. Almost 4,500 organizations throughout the world send women to Dress for Success for professional apparel and career development services.
On her initial visit a woman receives a suit appropriate for the industry in which she is interviewing and, if available, accessories. After a woman finds a job she returns to Dress for Success for additional clothing that can be mixed and matched to make several outfits, providing her with the foundation for a professional wardrobe. This year’s Monte Carlo Night was a huge success indeed.