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Episode 33

Who can identify the alleged offense committed by the author of the Internet web page at
THE GREEN HISTORY DETECTIVES, Episode 18 for which some suggested that he be reported to Facebook?
NOTE: A United States District Court lawsuit ruling in a virtually identical matter will be
       provided in the SOLUTION.

An aerial photo of the area in which the alleged offense was committed is shown below:


Clue #1:

The only difference between that United States District Court case and this case is that the
offense in that court case occurred from a private road but the alleged offense in this case
occurred from a public road.

Clue #2:

Apparently, the alleged offense was committed in one or both of the email messages written to The
Green Historical Society at Episode 18, UPDATE #1 and Episode 18, UPDATE #2 but the author is not
certain which.

Clue #3:

The sentence below comes from that United States District Court case ruling:

"Of course, it may well be that, when it comes to proving damages from the alleged trespass, the
Borings are left to collect one dollar and whatever sense of vindication that may bring, but that
is for another day."




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SOLUTION


The PC Magazine story about that court case follows:

Therefore, after their attorney collects his 50%, they will walk away with 50.

You may read that story and comments from the public at:
'Boring' Family Gets $1 in Google Street View Trespass Case

The complete court ruling document is available at:
AARON C. BORING; CHRISTINE BORING, v. GOOGLE INC.

NOTE:

Since the Google Maps Street View images utilized on the Episode 18 web page were all taken from a
public road and not a private road, there were no crimes committed by Google or by the author.
The author is not completely certain which building was the subject of the alleged offense.
Therefore, the identity of the building and of the person(s) who politely threatened to report the
author to Facebook have not been revealed. Thus, any threats (polite or otherwise) of libel,
defamation of character, or any other frivolous nonsense, are completely baseless.

It was necessary for the author to provide this documentation on the Internet as proof that he did
not commit any crimes related to the possible libel and/or defamation of character committed
against him by those who suggested or politely threatened to report him to Facebook. This web page
also provides proof for others that they may freely utilize the Google Maps Street View images on
their web pages, as long as those images were taken from a public road.

This leads one to wonder if aerial views of the planet, which includes views of private property,
constitutes trespassing.

Note too that the author is clearly not guilty of "unjust enrichment" either because he performs
and/or pays for all research and compiles and presents the facts free of charge for the public to
review on the Internet.
These efforts and expenses have verified, clarified, and corrected historical documents for future
generations and, most importantly, the community is alerted about those who commit serious crimes
against children and consumers, exposes unfit politicians, and uncovers and documents health
dangers for the community. Serious examples are provided at the links below:
  1. Conspiracy of Child Endangerment, Deception, Fraud, Cover-Ups, and Consumer Betrayal
  2. Unfit Public Official Exposed
  3. Third-Worst Superfund landfill in the Nation

Therefore, those efforts and expenses clearly "benefit the community" for which the author does not
claim nonprofit status, per Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), to avoid paying taxes. However,
as we have learned, some organizations claim to "benefit the community" but, in reality, they
mostly only benefit themselves and their employees while defrauding the community as well as
consumers. Therefore, the author is obviously not guilty of tax evasion or fraud.

Please do not hesitate to continue to freely use the Google Maps Street View, which truly does "benefit the community".


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If you happen to stumble across any offensive images (e.g. someone sun bathing nude), you may
report that to Google as described at: Reporting a Street View image.
Additional information is provided at: Privacy and Security.

And now for the SOLUTION for the question:

Who can identify the alleged offense committed by the author of the Internet web page at
THE GREEN HISTORY DETECTIVES, Episode 18 for which some suggested that he be
reported to Facebook?

As stated earlier, the author is not completely certain which building was the subject of the
alleged offense and, therefore, the identity of the building and of the person(s) who politely
threatened (or person(s) who suggested) that the author be reported to Facebook were not revealed.
Therefore, determining the SOLUTION may serve as an exercise for the other Green History Detectives
and for visitors of this web page.

Most importantly, we have proven "beyond the shadow of a doubt" that the author committed no
crime(s) because all Google Maps Street View images utilized on that web page were taken from
public roads.



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