Google / Blogger please restore Who Killed Theresa?
- by: John Allore
- recipient: Crime Victims and Crime Victim Advocates
In early August Google / Blogger took down my blog, Who Killed Theresa? because of alleged malicious content. They didn't even give me a chance to search for content (mostly likely in the form of inappropriate and unauthorized comments) and address the problems.
Six years of work attempting to solve the murder of my sister Theresa Allore down the toilet. Not to mention the amount of advocacy we had done on this blog for crime victims across North America. If you have ever had to deal with Blogger / Google you will know that attempting contact is virtually impossible. If you run afoul with them then you fall into a black hole of silence. There is no one to speak to. My goal is to force this issue through the media to get Google / Blogger to change their ways. At the very least I want six years of content returned to me so I may host it on a better site. The thought of recreating all the information from the start is a traumatic prospect, not one I wish to repeat at this point in my life.
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We The Undersigned ask Google / Blogger to restore the victims advocacy blog, Who Killed Theresa?
Started in 2002 Who Killed Theresa? was one of the first forums dealing with crime victims advocacy in North America. It has been an important tool for sharing information about victims issues. At the very least, the owner should be afforded to time to correct any potentially damaging content, or the content should be returned to the owner so that Who Killed Theresa may be hosted on another website.
Refusing to restore or return the information on Who Killed Theresa? is a further traumatizing event in the 31-year history of the unsolved murder of Theresa Allore.
Thank you for your time and consideration,