Deb Frisch—Again and Again


Noted Internet Crazy Person Deb Frisch has started including me in various email threads. These have appeared in my inbox over the past 72 hours.One of the attachments she included in an email was the competency evaluation report that was part of her trial for felony stalking. The report states—

There is very clearly documented history of antagonistic and oppositional behaviors, grandiosity, and externalization of blame for problems that she has chronically encountered in life. This pervasive pattern of negative interactions is most consistent with a diagnosis of personality disorder with paranoid, narcissistic, and antisocial traits.

DSM-5 Diagnoses:
Unspecified Personality Disorder with Narcissistic, Paranoid, and Antisocial Traits.
Alcohol Use Disorder.

I am not a psychologist or psychiatrist, but that seems consistent with the behavior I have observed.

I have no idea why she has fixated on my family and me, but her using the Internet to contact me is a violation of her parole. If it continues, I will file a complaint with her probation manager.

Deb Frisch—Again


This morning, I received a series of emails from noted Internet crazy person Deb Frisch which appear to outline an ongoing problem she is having obeying the terms of her parole. The emails include one from Frisch’s probation manager directing her to cease contact people via the Internet in violation of the terms fo her parole. It also includes a court transcript which she says mentions my son William but that does not contain in reference to him at all.

Hmmmm.

UPDATE—Oh look, here’s another email from Deb Frisch. It’s a bunch of disjointed ramblings label as “draft of rule 35a /(35c(2)(1) motion i am serving today by US mail – 19th district/div 16 da rourke, judge lyons”

The Jacksonville Shooter and Some Facts


The shooter at the Madden 19 tournament in Jacksonville was from Maryland, and he used a handgun.

The Baltimore Sun reports that the shooter had a history of psychiatric problems that include hospitalization.

All handguns legally sold in Maryland since 1 October, 2013, have been registered with the Maryland State Police. This includes private transfers which must be run through a licensed dealer in order to create a paperwork trail for a background check.

Part of the MSP background check includes the purchaser’s mental health history. A release form for the check is part of the paperwork submitted to the MSP.

The Gentle Reader may draw what conclusions he will from these facts.