Tom Evenstad, convicted of being the "chat line rapist" years ago, his conviction upheld by court appeals (yet never faltering in his protestations of innocence) has filed a lawsuit against the Minnesota Sex Offender Program, as this blog previously reported.
Evenstad is in email contact with this blogger though the tone of our conversation is not always friendly. All the same, no other media entity seems interested in Evenstad's lawsuit and Evensted seems determined to disseminate information about his lawsuit. And that's what I do, after all, I obtain interesting facts and publish those facts.
So there you have it. The basis of our sick, abusive relationship...
Evenstad makes suggestions that I find eye-popping outrageous, but I think he's dead serious.
Ok, for example:
"I would like you to ask the alleged victim(s) in my case to take the poly as well, and then let's compare notes, right?"
By "poly" he means "polygraph." My response to that?
"I don't really see myself asking any of your victims to, well, do much of anything. I think you should leave those poor women alone and stop writing things referring to your case before one of them sues you. You're not judgment proof, you know."
To this Tom responds:
"If you are uneasy about politely asking the complainant in my case to also take the poly, then post it as something that I suggesting as a means to let the General Public decide who is telling the truth about the events of a night the complainant had no idea when she met me two and a half months later.
"As to any 'victim' suing me, John, you can rest assured that will NEVER happen as that would reopen the false allegation to judicial scrutiny all over again, and the State would never expose these complainant's to cross exam again knowing its all lies!"
Spelling and punctuation mistakes as found in the original. Shudder.
To this I reply: