On the 22 June 2014 journalist Jane Hansen published a series of three short articles in the Sunday Telegraph. These articles were filled with false claims against Universal ...On June 29, 2014 / By Alison Greig BA LLB(Hons); LLM(Hons); Grad Dip Psych. and Sarah Davis Grad Dip Psych. ~ Layout by Jonathan Baldwin
In a recent public post about his involvement in his campaign against Universal Medicine, Lance Martin attempts to paint himself as a fine upstanding citizen, a family loving ...On June 24, 2014 / By Alison Greig BA LLB(Hons); LLM(Hons); Grad Dip Psych. and the UM Facts Team ~ Layout by Jonathan Baldwin
In a previous post Esther Rockett – Ovarian Reading Manipulation of a Cyberbully Part 1 we exposed that there is no factual basis to Esther Rockett’s account of ...On June 22, 2014 / By UM Facts Team
Esther Rockett has come out from behind the cloak of anonymity – interestingly her tone has changed – from self described Pranic Princess, Cult Basher and Nobody’s Bitch ...On June 15, 2014 / By Alison Greig BA LLB(Hons); LLM(Hons); Grad Dip Psych.
In my first blog The Myth of Brainwashing and Thought Reform – Esther Rockett Acupuncturist does not know anything about cults – Part 1, I explained how there ...On June 7, 2014 / By Alison Greig BA LLB(Hons); LLM(Hons); Grad Dip Psych.
We apologise the content of this section is no longer available. Anna Douglass who has presented her true account about Lance Martin's vendetta against Universal Medicine and the demise of her marriage was compelled to ask for her comment to be removed because of ongoing threats by Lance Martin of family court proceedings if she did not have the material taken down.
Internet troll: An internet troll is someone who anonymously post malicious or provocative messages on the Internet with the sole purpose of upsetting or harming others and inciting emotional reactions.
Cyber-bullying: is the wilful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of the internet, cell phones, other electronic devices, by way of using instant messaging, e-mail, chat rooms or social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to harass threaten or intimidate someone. The problem is compounded by anonymity as it allows the cyber-bully to take a ‘moral vacation’.
Cyber-stalking involves using the internet (or other electronic means) to repeatedly harass an individual, group or organisation. It can include monitoring any online activity of the target, gathering information to threaten or harass and the dissemination of false accusations and defamatory material. Cyber-stalking often features linked patterns of online and offline behaviour (‘real-time’ stalking) such as sending threatening emails.