Jamie Rzucek a/k/a "Pushy Bottom"
Under New York's Rape Shield Law, it is illegal to reveal any information about a rape victim.
That is the reason why former chess prodigy Oliver Jovanovic was convicted without any information being revealed to the jury about the identity of his victim.
Therefore, do not under any circumstances reveal the name of Jamie Rzucek to anybody!
Hi! I'm Jamie, but you can call me "Pushy Bottom". If you think I've been bad, you cannot even imagine how much worse I will be to my next victim, you!
I have been trying to obtain a photo of Jamie Rzucek. I have seen several, but everybody refuses to give me one, for fear that it will prejudice the case.
Here is what you all have been waiting for. The letters the jury was not allowed to see: Letters from Jamie Rzucek to Oliver Jovanovic, which the jury was not allowed to see.
UPDATE: The appeal in the Jovanovic case was argued before the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York on February 2, 1999: 'Cybersex' Appeal Raises Shield Law, Consent Issues.
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Here are links:
- Former Chess Prodigy Convicted in Cyber-Sex Torture Trial
- Case Was Dismissed, And So Was Girlfriend
- The Cybersex Torture Case has been dropped
- Newsday: Case Was Dismissed, And So Was Girlfriend
- Oliver Jovanovic: First Sacrifice of the Digital Age, by Sandro Cohen
- Psychology Today - Cybersex; trail shows post-modern courtship as reflected in e-mail exchanges
- Nightmares of the net, by Lisa Rosenthal in World Net Daily
- David H. Figurski, Professor of Microbiology, writes that conviction and sentencing of Oliver Jovanovic has adverse consequences for the future of the entire human race
- Rolling Stone Magazine - Inside the Cybersex Trial
- Tapes Raise New Doubts About 'Sybil' Personalities
- ANGRY JUDGE SLAPS 'TERRORIST' CYBERFIEND WITH 15-TO-LIFE
- Cybersadist Gets 15 to Life in Jail
- Defendant in Internet Torture Case Gets 15 Years
- Sam Sloan confesses that he personally committed acts for which Jovanovic was sentenced to 15 years
- New York Magazine: cityside - Sword and Shield
- The Salt Lake Tribune: Rape Shield Laws Have Outlived Their Usefulness and Should Be Shelved
- El sádico que dijo: No Oliver Jovanovic: Primer sacrificio de la era digital
- The Wall Street Journal, Monday, April 20, 1998: Don't shield Juries from the Truth in Sex Cases
- Man Convicted of Abusing Woman He Met Via Internet
- Doctors Rebut Accuser in Internet Torture Trial
- New York Rape Shield Law
- Crimes and Punishment: The New York Daily News
- Justice for Oliver Jovanovic?
- Linda Fairstein, Prosecutor of Oliver Jovanovic and author of "Likely to Die"
- Twinkle, Twinkle Little Stars
- Conversation between Marinza Bruinem and Linda Fairstein
- Svetozar Jovanovic: Scholastic Chess Coach, Trainer and Organizer
- JOVANOVIC'S LAWYER VOWS HE'LL APPEAL
- GAL PAL 'VICTIM' KNEW R0PES 0F GAME
- Profile of Judge William Wetzel
- Cyber 'perv' meets
- Free Oliver Jovanovic (or OJ) homepage
- Your Guide to Bondage/Discipline/S&M
- The Boston Globe: Defense Charges Perjury in Cybersex Tourure Trial
- FRONT PAGE: THE NEW YORK POST: "[Cybersex Chess Torture] conviction in the courtroom of Judge William Wetzel is the worst miscarriage of justice since they abolished lynching."
- Luke Dubois Home Page
- The Injustice Line - A web site devoted to exposing and publicizing injustices.
Contact address - please send e-mail to the following address: Sloan@ishipress.com