Removal request- Courtesy removal For Julianne Zelov
THE DIRTY ARMY: Nik- I’m writing you this message in hopes that I might be able to have you remove a post that I submitted on March 23, 2012. I wrote the post as an act of revenge during a very bad argument between a friend and myself. Most of that post includes very inaccurate and exaggerated information. The name of the person I wrote the post about is Julianne Zelov and appears in the archive of the posts for Tucson, AZ. This post has continued to negatively impact the life of the person I wrote it about. The post has been used against her during court proceedings and other things of that nature.
When I wrote the post I was being extremely immature and it was an act of revenge. I feel extremely guilty for what I did and want to see if you might remove the post for me, as I was the person who submitted it. The name of the post is “Dirty Slore of Tucson.” The link to the post is here.
I would like to be able to have it removed for Julianne so that she is able to start a clean slate and it not be able to be found via search engines so she is able to help better the lives of herself and her children. I didn’t think when I submitted that post that it would still be up all these years later and still be negatively impacting her life. I didn’t realize by my exaggerating the truth and telling inaccurate information that it would have the impact on her life that it does and that it would cause issues with her obtaining employment.
Additionally, since my maiden name is directly mentioned in the comments, it also negatively has been impacting my life as well. I would very much appreciate if you could please remove the post. I feel like the only way for Julianne and myself to move forward with our lives is to have it removed and for us to be able to move past that horrible part of our lives. I was very young and didn’t realize the impact this would have for years to come.
There is no such thing as a ‘clean slate’. What does the Dirty Jury think? 1 stays, 2 hard delete.- nik