Letter to my Cyberstalker’s

Dear Cyberstalkers

I find it extremely sad that even as an adult you think it’s okay to bully and stalk someone daily. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but you have no right to harass me as you’ve done over the past years

you slate and try too destroy my character, and slate my Autism charity After blocking you, you still take the time to read my timeline and tweet daily about me, You go as far as tweet my followers and anyone I tweet desperately trying to gain my attention. And when all else fails, you send in your lapdogs to do your dirty work which recently you sent your lapdogs where I had my twitter petition too the NAS facebook page, and I had to ask the NAS too remove my twitter petition as it was attacked by your lapdogs, as you couldn’t get at me there was a wide open source for you to send your lapdogs in to try and drag me down but you failed again the more you do makes me even more stronger, you think I’m in fear of you far from it, I just can’t Believe how sad you are and spend all day tweeting about me, this shows how much spare time you have, why don’t you put your time into something productive by helping others rather than cyberstalking people like me.

I’ve ignored you but after the years this relentless campaign of harassment and intimidation. The sad thing is you’ll probably enjoy the attention which is why I haven’t mentioned your twitter name but I know you know who you are, I will never mention your name or your twitter handle you would love that more attention just for you but you won’t be getting any attention from me or my followers.

There is something fundamentally wrong with you if you have been blocked yet you continue to relentlessly tweet at the blocker. Shows you have very little self respect, dignity and intelligence. A normal person would have moved on. But obviously you are not normal. I suggest you stop using Twitter and seek professional help.

NOTE – Twitter safety advice is to block/ignore and they say that trolls will give up and go away. Not always the case. As for stalking, twitter say’s you to set your tweets to private ( which I have never done or won’t be doing) In another words, penalising the person being stalked while ignoring the stalker. Twitter should stop turning a blind eye to there users and protect people like myself and they take no action on the cyberstalkers..

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Attacked on Facebook via the NAS Facebook page – social media at its ugliest

Today just after a few hours my twitter petition was posted on the NAS Facebook page with over 200 likes and another 200 signatures, within a few hours I had to inform the NAS to remove my petition from there Facebook page, due to the fact I was attacked personally, and my anti bullying campaign. autism campaign

one parent who attacked me was ranting and duplicating the same post and she was annoyed and angry because Katie price is a celebrity supporter and she did not want Katie to be involved in my campaign so she began to attack me last year so I decided to block her on Facebook and twitter, because I asked the NAS to post my petition on there fb page it opened a floodgate for the trolls, and haters to re attack, and sadly they are parents of autistic children, the second parent decided to post web links from a nortourious cyberstalker troll who tried to damage and slander my charity’s name a few years ago, but she sadly failed on all accounts

I won’t be bad mouthed I have kept the screen shots of the said people, whom have nothing better else to do too try and bad mouth me and abuse me online, it’s tragic really when these parents have children with autism, what a terrible example they are showing in the autism community, I will not accept and tolerate this sort of libel, slanderous posts,

the post I had to ask the NAS to remove



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Kevin to meet minister end of march

Kevin will be meeting the minister responsible for hate crime at the end of march in the houses of parliament – more news to follow

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Google Hanghouts every Sunday at 8pm Autism

Join us live every Sunday


Join us every Sunday

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media coverage this week for my campaign & twitter abuse

media coverage this week for my campaign & twitter abuse


ITV Central news

Sky News

BBC Stoke

Signal Radio

the sentinel

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Hundreds sign petition to Twitter & 9 pages of comments to verify my acc

Hundreds sign petition to Twitter & 9 pages of comments to verify my acc

twitter still even refuse to respond to  the petition

read all the comments hear 9 pages of comments

there TOs state theta anyone who’s been impersonated there acc will be verified, its shows that they don’t event protect people with disabilities, this is a hate crime impersonation and my account been cloned, but twitter not interested!

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A cross party call for action to tackle hate crime and bullying against people with Autistic spectrum disorders has passed its first hurdle at the European Parliament

MEP’s Autism Bullying declaration goes ‘live’ at European Parliament

A cross party call for action to tackle hate crime and bullying against people with Autistic spectrum disorders has passed its first hurdle at the European Parliament.

Backed by leading Autism campaigner Kevin Healey, chair of Staffordshire Adults Autistic Society (SAAS) and Autism Europe, Midlands Lib Dem MEP Phil Bennion’s Written Parliamentary Declaration has received technical approval by the Presidency of the Parliament and is now open for signature by MEPs.

European Parliament Written Declarations are similar to Early Day Motions at Westminster. The Declaration on Protection of People with Autism from Bullying calls for the EU to promote research and share best practice on tackling bullying and disability hate crimes. The text has been co-sponsored by a number of MEPs from different parties and countries.

Kevin Healey, who suffers from Autism and has faced cyber bullying and even death threats, has been campaigning for more help and action on autism-related issues for over ten years.

Phil Bennion said: “I have been working with Kevin Healey to extend his campaign against internet bullying of autistic people to the European Parliament. Bullying is a particular problem online where perpetrators can be anywhere, so we need an international approach to regulating websites like Ask FM, twitter or facebook.

“I am pleased the Declaration text has been ruled in order and is now open for signature by MEPs. If it is backed by a majority of Parliament’s 766 MEPs it will be forwarded for further action to the European Commission.

“What we are campaigning for is greater awareness of the problem and of effective strategies to tackle bullying. Cyber-bullying is now a serious issue and sadly has caused a number of suicides. Beyond facebook and twitter, new social media sites are becoming popular and each are arenas for bullying and abuse to occur.”

“All forms of bullying are unacceptable but those based on autism are particularly damaging.”

“At very little cost, the EU can also play a role in sharing best practice to help ensure that victims are given the best support and bullies made to change.”

Kevin Healey said: “It is great news that the Declaration is now live for signature. We need to persuade as many MEPs as possible from all parties to back it. Governments and the European Commission need to realise that the problem is serious and that more action is needed.

“As a person living with autism and a victim of cyber-bullying, stalking, impersonation and death threats, I’m fighting for action in Britain and globally.

“Current hate crime laws simply don’t work. Every country needs bullying legislation in place where people can be prosecuted if they cause an offence. This declaration is important as it will encourage EU countries including Britain to adopt effective laws against hate crimes.

“People with autism are particularly at risk of bullying online, where they spend much of their social life.

“I’m really pleased that Phil Bennion is supporting and backing my campaign across Europe.”

Mark Lever, NAS Chief Executive said: “Due to the social difficulties people with autism experience, it can leave them vulnerable to being taken advantage of by unscrupulous individuals. People with autism have the same rights as the rest of society to lead lives free from fear and violence.

“Like all victims of crime, people with autism need to be understood, empathised with and appropriately represented so any moves to improve autism awareness are extremely welcome.”


Notes to Editors:

A Parliamentary Written Declaration in the European Parliament is similar to an ‘Early Day Motion’ in the House of Commons. The text with up to 200 words must relate to a matter of EU competence and needs cross-party support from at least three political groups of MEPs to be put forward. If after three months a majority of MEPs sign up in support, it is forwarded to the relevant EU institutions to investigate and/or take further action including legislation. Phil Bennion MEP’s Declaration was formally opened to seek support from all 766 MEPs on Monday this week.

The text of Declaration 0024 and list of co-sponsoring MEPs can be seen here:


Autism UK estimates there are around 700,000 people in the UK with autism. According to Autism Europe, clinical studies show that the incidence of related Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) is 60 in every 10,000. A recent NAS survey found 81% of autistic people report being the victims of abusive behaviour. 47% have suffered a physical assault while 24% report being bullied online.

Campaigner Kevin Healey: http://www.kevinhealey.net/  SAAS: Www.saas.uk.com   Www.autism-campaign.co.uk

www.autism.org.uk The National Autistic Society 393 City Road London EC1V 1NG    0207 903 3539

For full details on Written Declarations see here: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/plenary/en/written-declarations.html

Previous press release on autism: http://philbennion.org/news/154-eu-can-share-best-practice-to-fight-autism-based-bullying


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