Protect the Memory of Dinah Murphy sign now

On October 15 2011, 21-year-old Dinah Murphy was killed in a car accident after being drugged and abused. The person responsible for this is presently serving a 6-years-sentence at a federal prison. This perpetrator used the internet to promote the public bullying of Dinah Murphy which was streamed live. His Twitter account has been disconnected following a request by Dinah Murphy's parents, but other sites remain online and are being operated by the perpetrator's sister.
We feel that these sites (http://pranxxxter.com/, https://www.facebook.com/aturdel, http://www.myspace.com/alex-the-ultimate-pranxxx and http://pranxxxter.blogspot.com/) are a disgrace to the memory of Dinah Murphy and hereby ask that they be immediately shut down.

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