Kelly Rothwell

Kelly Rothwell
Much Loved Sister, Daughter, Friend

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Candlelight Vigil to be held for Kelly Rothwell in Baltimore, Md. June 11, 2011

Saturday, June 11 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Community College of Baltimore County Essex
7201 Rossville Blvd.
Baltimore, MD

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A candlelight vigil will be held to honor my sister, Kelly Rothwell. Kelly has been missing since March 12, 2011. This will be a public event and everyone is welcome. Please bring a candle, prayers and an open heart. 
The location will be on the side where the gym is on the closet field. There is a set of stairs and a parking lot.

Why You Should ALWAYS Be Careful About Opening ANY Email

Local Computer Hacker Arrested

The Belleair Police Department working with the United States Secret Service
and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office arrested Joseph B. Campbell, age 24,
of Largo FL on four counts of offenses against computer users. Evidence shows
that Campbell has been moving freely in the victims' email accounts, without
their consent, since July 2010. Victims only became aware of the intrusion
when personal pictures started to show up as their profile pictures in their
Facebook accounts with a link to another website that showed these pictures
with their names, high school they attended and year of graduation.

The victims' pictures were private in nature and were mostly found in the sent
folder of their email accounts. One of the victims, who resided in Belleair,
contacted the police department when she started receiving text messages from
friends about the inappropriate pictures that had been posted on her Facebook.
Almost all of the victims went to high school in Pinellas County and ran in
the same circle of friends. Campbell also attended high school in Pinellas
County and was acquainted with several of the victims. Secret Service became
interested in the case because several of the victims now live outside the
State of Florida and they specialize in these types of computer crimes.
Records show that Campbell was still breaking into email accounts in May 2011
without the victims' knowledge.

Campbell would peruse a female's Facebook and obtain her email address. He
would then send an electronic greeting card which would direct the female to
what she thought was her email provider, such as Google or Yahoo mail. Her
email address would appear on the screen and she was directed to enter her
password which a program captured. Campbell then accessed the victim's email
account and obtained personal information and pictures which he posted on a
web site. Campbell then wanted money or other personal pictures of females
from people who wanted to visit his web site. Campbell used several computer
techniques to attempt to conceal his identity. After he was arrested, he
admitted to accessing between 350 and 500 email accounts. Campbell was booked
into the Pinellas County Jail on four charges and has additional state and
federal charges pending.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Memorial Day: To Honor Those Who Serve

On this Monday, May 30, 2011, we stop and think about those who serve; who protect and defend us to honor the principles we hold dear. We acknowledge the sacrifices of those who have gone before us, so that we can  live as we live, with rights and freedoms. But lets not forget that Kelly Rothwell was a person who served, a person who is worthy of our respect and admiration for her courage, her dignity and her grace. She recognized something in herself that she wanted to share with others. Her compassion, her empathy, her caring nature was naturally attune to the needs of others. It was her passion to help people and in that fashion, she forged a calling among those others who serve to protect us.

She was a Police Officer; perhaps not on paper, but certainly in her heart and actions. She developed and honed the skills of nurture, kindness and intuitiveness that would have made her outstanding in her field. She was loved by her peers and respected by her superiors. She was a person that anyone would have been proud to call friend.

On this day, as we celebrate with food and drink, friends and family, let us all pause and let Kelly speak to our hearts. Let us remember her family, grieving for the unknown and her close friends, whose sadness seems impossible to bear. Let us open our hearts to those who feel her absence so acutely.

Kelly Rothwell is as much a hero as any other person who serves or served to protect and defend the rights of all of us.

She will be remembered today and everyday, for her spirit, her smile, her laughter and her kindness.

For those who have loved ones who serve now or have served, we thank you from the depths of our hearts. We pray for the safe return of those who battle still; who toil in the struggle for freedom.
We ask that you keep Kelly Rothwell in your prayers, until she is home once again.

May you find some comfort in the arms of the angels, Kelly, until we can bring you justice.

We will bring you justice and bring you home.


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