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The first evidence of Mary Cummins stalking activities appeared on the internet around 2005, when numerous blogs went up about Cummins, apparently written by a former victim.

Since then, dozens of other sites have gone up about Mary Cummins alleging she has stalked reporters, animal rights people, attorneys, council women, animal care professionals, nonprofit directors, motorcycle company owners, real estate professionals, stockbrokers, and even church officials. Mary Cummins targets people who are popular and well liked, people who are good or excell at their chosen profession. She latches onto these people and then attempts to destroy them through internet postings, perhaps because she has difficulty coping with her own problems and is desperately trying to find ways to make herself look better. Once Mary Cummins targets a victim, she creates numerous websites, blogs, and social media pages designed to destroy that person's reputation and ruin them on the internet.  She searches city records, job history, relationship history, school records and more to find as much personal information as she possibly can about her victim, then she posts her findings on the internet. If she cannot find any "dirt" on her target, she makes up outlandish lies. These lies are often mixed with portions of the truth to make her lies sound more believable. As an example, Mary Cummins posted that Amanda Lollar was illegally on welfare and uploaded a police report involving Amanda Lollar that simply stated "Welfare Check." In reality, the report was merely a routine check on Amanda Lollar's welfare. It seems Amanda's elderly father (who was in nursing care) had forgotten that Amanda was out of town and would be unreachable by phone for a few hours. He became alarmed after being unable to reach her and he called the police.

Mary Cummins has posted on the internet her victim's home addresses, dates of birth, spouses’ employers, monthly income, photographs and real estate information homes for sale, a brother’s legal problems and suicide, records of financial difficulties, eating habits, educational backgrounds, non-profit board information that a spouse serves on, bank records she obtained in a lawsuit, a judge’s personal hobby, veterinary records of pets, and countless other items of personal information, including information about the adopted child of one of her victims.


Numerous sites have been made over the last 10 years by and about the victims of Mary Cummins. Links to a few of these pages are included below.

Mary Cummins' Cyber-Stalking Activities

Cyber-stalking is the use of the Internet or other electronic means to stalk or harass an individual, a group of individuals, or an organization. It may include false accusations, monitoring, making threats, identity theft, damage to data or equipment, the solicitation of minors for sex, or gathering information in order to harass. The definition of “harassment” must meet the criterion that a reasonable person, in possession of the same information, would regard it as sufficient to cause another reasonable person distress.

Why can't Mary Cummins be stopped? Unfortunately, because there are no laws against her online activities. Cyber-stalking, bullying and online harassment is new territory and laws have not yet been created to stop malcontent's like Cummins. Unless someone posts death threats or the intention of physical harm against another person, law enforcement is unable to help the victim. People like Mary Cummins have to be sued in court, however, because the internet reaches across state lines, victims often find themselves losing the battle due to "lack of jurisdiction." Cyber-stalkers like Cummins are aware of these laws and use them to their full advantage to further harm their victims. Until internet laws are strengthened, cyber-stalkers and bullies like Mary Cummins are free to destroy innocent people. The only recourse is to warn other people by creating sites like this one.

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