Since January 2013 I’ve been aware of electronic surveillance by the College of the Holy Cross. It could have begun earlier.
An office at the college has tried to cover its path when it visits my blog twice a day, taking steps to hide its visit that no other visitor has taken. I was able to find its identity and the fact it is closely tied to the office of the general counsel. It is being done with the knowledge of the director of public safety at the college, who ignored me when I told him about it.
On Friday afternoon, Holy Cross changed the computer set up and i.p. address of the computer it is using for surveillance. I was able to determine it is being done by staff, not students, who have left the campus. The surveillance continues.
During this period, in recent weeks, the two email accounts I used regularly to communicate with Holy Cross were unlawfully accessed. One of these accounts was used exclusively with Holy Cross. I communicated a dozen times with the head of public safety at Holy Cross about this criminal activity, but he always ignored me and ignored the crimes.
During this same period, I discovered at least two individuals were stalking me (not at the same time) — following me to and/or from the Vigil at Holy Cross. I assume they were hired.
All of these behaviors are being done under the administration of new president Philip L. Boroughs. The previous president, Michael McFarland, had problems but he never, ever allowed this type of activity. Philip Boroughs has also permitted many acts of retaliation — something Michael McFarland never once permitted.
This is very strange behavior for a college that agreed to settlement talks. It confirms for me that this Vigil for Justice will last a long time.