Wednesday, April 13, 2011

"Anonymous" Commenters on Computers Registered to the Louisiana Baptist Convention and Kelly Boggs

In the below post, so far, there are three comments. The first two comments came from a computer registered to the Louisiana Baptist Convention. This is confirmed by StatCounter.

Figure 1 below shows that the computer registered to the Louisiana Baptist Convention the time of visit as well as the out click on the comments link match to the comments time stamp.

Figure 2 below is from the StatCounter log and is of the computer that Baptist Message Editor, Kelly Boggs uses. The time and comments out click correspond to the third comments time stamp.

Additionally, according to StatCounter, there were no other visitors to or on this blog within the time(s) these comments were posted.

This little exercise should serve to show people how these modern "Baptists" operate.

The Louisiana Baptist Convention, The Louisiana Baptist Message and its Editor, Kelly Boggs as well as the Law Office of Gregory S. Erwin, L.L.C. and possibly Google just might find themselves on the receiving end of a federal Complaint for filing false, malicious and abusive DMCA Take Down Notices as well as for harassment

If you're an attorney who would like to handle such a complaint then please contact us at

You may view the Take Down Notices here here and here.



Cain Mabou said...

LOL It's like a bunch of 8 year olds trying to pick on a kid they disagree with... too bad they don't know how to hide their own evidence. I hope these "Baptists" and whatnot are shown for what they are and how they work. Would the LBC be interested in knowing that one of it's employees has been using company property to post malicious and hateful things online on a website that the LBC is not fond of i'm sure?

Kelly Boggs said...

I attempted to post this well over a week ago, but it never posted. So, here it is again:

The short quips were anything but malicious or hateful. They were in fact very childish. Compounding them was the fact that I attempted to make them anonymously.

So, for what it is worth, I am posting what I sent to the owner of this blog, not in an effort to grandstand, but to take responsibility for unprofessional and foolish actions. The following was e-mailed on April 14:

I read your comment from last night. And yes, I remember well the short editorial concerning how we will be remembered. In fact, the sentiment expressed in that piece is something I think about often.

The Bible teaches that the measure of an individual is expressed not only in the positive he or she does, but also in how a person responds to mistakes, failures and errors in judgment – in short, sin.

God referred to David as a man after His own heart, even though David had committed adultery and conspired to have a man murdered. Why did God give such a commendation to a man who committed such serious sin? It was because David was good when it came to repentance. David never sought to shift blame for his negative actions; he took responsibility for his behavior, confessed his sin and sought forgiveness.

With the aforementioned stated, I want to say that I am sorry that I allowed my emotions to get the best of me which resulted three anonymous posts on your blog. Posting the anonymous quips was wholly unprofessional and immature. The content was petty and inane. Had one of my staff acted in similar fashion, I would have reprimanded them. So, I am reprimanding myself.

Again, the action of posting anonymous, sophomoric quips on your blog was wrong. I indulge your forgiveness.


Kelly Boggs

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