Persec Issues.

#1
I am convinced that someone in my unit is either deliberately or by way of conversation giving my ex info on my career/whereabouts. Bit of back ground, we split early 2010 ans she disappeared of to Scotland with our 4 week old son, and basically refused to allow me any contact. I've had abuse via email every couple of months but towards the middle of last year she started to mention very specific things that had happened related to work.

Things came to a head in October last year with the latest round of abuse and her mentioning my promotion and me being in the USA at that time. I spoke to the COC and this info was passed back to the unit, at the same time my wife had started to receive messages. She didn't **** about and called the police who warned my ex off, seemed to do the trick. Until now, I'm currently in Afghan and received mail from her referring to where I am and how she'll get extra money (CSA).

The money isn't the issue, I'd already warned the CSA off! However what is worrying me is some ****** who knew my ex and I is spilling details to her. It may not be a bona fide PERSEC issue, but the COC did **** all last time, and I plain don't like the fact that a civilian is aware of my career and professional movements. the civpol seem unsure/reluctant to get involved.

Suggestions?
 
#3
Pound to a pinch of poo, it's the spouse of a close mate that still in comms with your ex. Ask around.
 
#5
You remarried quickly, you dirty slag:)
I did indeed. She's a good un though.

@Bluntslane, I have mate, no joy. I just want to close it off. She's a spiteful cow and it's only a matter of time until she uses info to try and cause problems, all her other methods fail.
 
#6
Pound to a pinch of poo, it's the spouse of a close mate that still in comms with your ex. Ask around.
Or Facebook. She could have been added by someone who knows you, but doesn't necessarily realise who she is. Look at the FB profiles of everyone around you and check their friends lists. Then check the friends lists of their other halves.
 
#8
Or Facebook. She could have been added by someone who knows you, but doesn't necessarily realise who she is. Look at the FB profiles of everyone around you and check their friends lists. Then check the friends lists of their other halves.
Done. I'm stumped, I've sanitised FB, unless she has a fake profile.
 
#9
#12
Thing is mate, if she knows stuff and she's on the outside, she's being told it. If you can't close the conduit, you need to ignore her completely. If she escalates by trying to use information against you, let her, then ignore it.

You just got to move on mate.
 
#13
I doubt it would be harassment for an ex wife to know of your whereabouts.

How is the info getting to her? Any idea?
 
#15
Kill her with a blunt tirfor winch handle.
 

walkyrie

Old-Salt
Book Reviewer
#16
Is it not possible that she's gleaming tidbits of information from the CSA/Solicitors etc and then making educated jumps to the truth?
 

TheIronDuke

ADC
Book Reviewer
#19
Kill her with a blunt tirfor winch handle.
I am fairly sure there is some EU Human Rights law which prevents that. So thanks for your input. Which is useless. Jesus.

To the OP. You bleat on a bit, don't you? Whist I know little of military discipline I know that you are being stalked, mostly on the internet. You have email addys and if it has gone to social media, you have profiles. You have one or two suspects in RL.

You have, in short, all the tools you need to **** up somebody's day, big style. I am at a loss to understand why you are bleating on to the likes of us, and not going out into cyberspace to spank the naughty ones?
 
#20
Keep up Trigger,read the OP
I did - it was a "worry" that some mutual friend was handing over the info but didn't say how exactly info was getting to her.

If it's a colleague disclosing info would present some interesting legal questions.
 
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