Tag Archives: Molly Wei


Posted 2 years ago in Crime Criminal Law by Keith Ecker  
Clementi Watched Roommates Twitter Feed

A computer analyst provided a glimpse into Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi’s final hours before he jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge on Sept. 22, 2010. Clementi’s roommate, Dharun Ravi, faces 15 criminal charges for allegedly using a Webcam to secretly spy on Clementi as he engaged in intimate contact with another man. According to the expert witness, Clementi checked Ravi’s Twitter page 59 times over a 9-day period. Ravi had used Twitter to promote the live …

Read More Leave a Comment

Posted 2 years ago in Crime Criminal Law by Keith Ecker  
Rutgers Case Continues with Investigator Testimony

The Rutgers University cyberbullying trial will resume today with testimony from investigators and technical experts. The case, which sparked a national debate on cyberbullying particularly against gays and lesbians, will determine the fate of student Dharun Ravi, who secretly used a Webcam to spy on his roommate while Clementi was engaged in intimate contact with another man. Ravi allegedly spied on two separate occasions in September 2010 and wrote about his actions to his followers on the social networking site …

Read More Leave a Comment

Posted 3 years ago in Crime by Keith Ecker  
Key Witness Takes Stand in Rutgers Web-Cam Trial

The closely watched Rutgers criminal trial continued Monday and Tuesday as a key witness offered testimony about the alleged innocuous intentions of Dharun Ravi, who secretly used a Web cam to video his roommate Tyler Clementi engaged in intimate contact with another man. Days after the 2010 incident, Clementi jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge. Ravi faces 15 criminal charges for his actions, including invasion of privacy and bias intimidation, a hate crime that is punishable by …

Read More Leave a Comment