Not Saussure

June 1, 2007

Rachel’s stalker in the Oxford Mail

Filed under: Uncategorized — notsaussure @ 10:27 pm

I wonder anybody does anything at Oxford but dream and remember, the place is so beautiful. One almost expects the people to sing instead of speaking. It is all . . . like an opera.

W B Yeats

Well, it’s certainly getting rather operatic, and grimly amusing, in the columns of the Oxford Mail at the moment.

Backstory, via Rachel: the Oxford Mail carried a splash news story about Felicity Jane Lowde, recently convicted of harassing Rachel through a vicious and sustained campaign of cyberstalking, Internet hunt for cyber stalker’. The paper also carried a thundering editorial, ‘No Mercy for Cyber Stalker’, which starts

”Spare no sympathy for Felicity Jane Loude.
This despicable woman from Oxford can protest all she likes, but the fact is that she is a convicted criminal.

They also carry a story about another of Ms Lowde’s victims, Daniel Hart.

Anyway, Ms Lowde has added the Oxford Mail to her list of enemies, and, writing under a number of assumed names, makes her views very clear indeed in the comments to the editorial in her inimitable manner. Others take issue with her, and … well, read the rest and see.

Seriously, though, this woman clearly needs help, and it must be appalling for her family. Someone must know where she is, surely to God; loyalty to friends is all very well, but neither her psychological nor her legal problems are going to go away while she’s still at large.



  1. Dear God.

    Comment by Mr Eugenides — June 2, 2007 @ 8:03 am

  2. Well, I just spoke to the police, and they are very pleased with the blogger response. What this is all doing is two-fold – firstly, trying to catch her, secondly, stopping her doing this in the future. She has been prosecuted twice for harassment and served a prison sentence before. Now, withthe Oxford Mail exposing her, she will no longer be able to harass her enighbours, or stalk people locally, so that avenue is closed to her in the future, and she will no longer be able to use the internet to abuse and stalk people either – because her name is officially mud, and any search for her by future victims should turn up a huge set of links explaining her back story. So that is her two main avenues of indulging her need to stalk and harass closed, because of blogging.
    As to why she feels compelled to behave like this, Unity at Ministry of Truth has a long and thoughtful post on the subject here,

    Comment by Rachel — June 2, 2007 @ 9:39 am

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