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Barely operational .. hoping to find myspace help

On Mon, Sep 23, 2019 at 3:21 PM Allen Kitchen <
allenmckinleykitchen at gmail.com> wrote:

> In a side volunteer "job", I work with men released from prison, often
> with sexual offense histories. Generally they are still on parole /
> supervision.
> Currently I have one "client" who is barely literate technically but who
> had a myspace account before he went to prison about 6 years ago.
> He's been told by state police here in PA that he must delete his old
> myspace account or risk re-incarceration, whether or not he has used the
> account. But he's also prohibited from using any social media accounts in
> any manner whatsoever - and has no idea what his old email was when he set
> this account up as a teenager. So he has asked for my help in shutting down
> his old unused profile.
> The myspace website is rather unhelpful in trying to find a way to do this
> without having him log in - which is both practically impossible and
> legally prohibited.

search for "legal"

The first link is "law enforcement." Down at the end it has an address.

Prepare a letter on a lawyer's letterhead. Include a copy of the
instruction you have on government letterhead ordering your client to
delete his account. Send it certified mail.

If the account remains online after you get the receipt for the letter's
delivery, return to the judge and ask for a letter ordering myspace to
delete the account. Then send a copy of that to the address.

Bill Herrin

William Herrin
bill at herrin.us
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