The Sick and Twisted Truth About -The Abortion Billboard Guy- Revisited

By now I’m sure most people have heard of or read about the self-labelled “Billboard Guy”, Greg Fultz, and his amazingly incendiary billboard that he put up in Alamogordo, New Mexico. First reports of the billboard in the national news framed the situation within the pro-life vs. pro-choice debate:  Fultz was the desperate pro-life wannabe father whose dreams of stepping on Legos and wiping vomit off of his sweatpants were viciously stomped out by his cruel ex-girlfriend’s abortion.  Right to Life New Mexico initially sponsored the ad, and Fultz paid for it with $1,300 of donated funds.  For all CNN, ABC News and TIME knew, Fultz was a “would-be Dad on a Mission”, a champion fighting for father’s rights:

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"My original intentions when I started this campaign were quite simple," Fultz told ABC News. “I just wanted to shed the light on pro-life issues and fathers’ rights. I have had no closure over my own personal loss and that’s where the billboard came into play.”

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Except that everything about the billboard that has been reported in the mainstream media is inherently false, including the b.s. line that Fultz gives about wanting to “shed light on pro-life issues”.  The real truth is likely one of the sickest backstories you will have read this year, and the mainstream media ought to be embarrassed by their lack of research into the situation.

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The story blew up in the beginning of this month because Fultz, 35, went to court the first week on domestic violence charges, which include the billboard.  Why did it include the billboard?  Because the original billboard was directed at his ex-girlfriend, a developmentally delayed young woman named Nani Lawrence.

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He had duped a kind hearted photographer*† into taking a series of photos, used the best of his horrible grammar to concoct a catchline, manipulated Right to Life New Mexico into thinking that this was a legitimate “pro-life”/anti-abortion endeavor to secure their sponsorship, and used Nani’s  name as an acronym for a fake organization that had no members and hadn’t even existed before the creation of the billboard (“National Association for Needed Information”).  Her name appeared at the bottom of the board, under the RTLNM’s graphics, for everyone in the town of 35,000 to see whenever they got a hankering for some Taiwan Kitchen.

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He did it in order to further harass and cause emotional pain to Nani, and that’s why it’s part of the domestic violence charges.

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You see, the billboard isn’t the first vile creation of Fultz’s that was targeted at Nani.  After she’d dumped him in July 2010, Fultz went on an internet rampage, stalking and harassing Nani on Facebook;  he’d even created a website called “The Nani Experience”, where he’d posted compromising, personal photos of Nani and made fun of her disabilities (this, despite the fact that Fultz himself is obese, has a terrible speech impediment and no teeth).  He Tweeted several Tweets of violence.  Since at least August of 2010, Fultz has been relentless in his harassment of his ex-girlfriend, and the billboard was just one of the more creative ways his not-so-tempered rage manifested itself; thus Nani got a lawyer and pursued the DV charges and asked for a restraining order (which she was granted).  As it stands at this writing, 12th Judicial District Court Judge James W. Counts needs to sign off on the recommendation**** of Otero County Domestic Violence Court Hearing Commissioner Darrell Brantley that the charges of abuse stand and that the billboard comes down.  The narrative had then suddenly morphed from a stalking/harassment issue into a “free speech” issue now that Fultz has changed the fake org’s name from “N.A.N.I.” to “C.A.N.I.”, a move made upon advice of his mulleted lawyer Todd Holmes (and for what it’s worth, RTLNM also pulled their sponsorship when they discovered that Nani may not have had an abortion after all).

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That’s right.  Nani actually had a miscarriage, which isn’t hard to believe when you consider her physical health and condition:  As a child, she suffered through a coma which left her with severe tremors, balance issues and paralysis.  And despite this knowledge, having dated her for around six months (according to Fultz) and being told that Nani had a miscarriage (something that Fultz now denies, even though it’s written in his Twitter), he still went ahead with his plans to further harass, shame and humiliate her.

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But if you truly knew who Greg Fultz really was, this wouldn’t surprise you.

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Fultz is now crying and reeling about his own “privacy being invaded” by all of us “stalkers” on the internet.  Despite the threat of possible jailtime and maybe even more charges looming over him, his dense bravado compels him to constantly reply and post to people on Twitter, his blog, his new blog/org, the Alamogordo Topix forums (where you will find the most information about the case) and on Facebook.  You can’t get this guy to shut up if you tried (nothing short of an order from a judge banning him from online activities will do so), and it would be fine for him to keep talking if he had something decent to say;  he doesn’t.  This is the beginning of his “Greg Tells All” post, posted on the 18th:

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"I was going to make this big ol’ post about the crack addicated child molester loving abusive whore aka my xwife but then i thought no need to because her history speaks for itself and everything i need or wanted to say to her or about her has already been posted so i try not to waste my time on worthless nothings thats no longer an issue for me it’s like beating a dead horse there is no sense in it but i will say she was physically abusive to me and i never was to her despite the lies she spews she’s merely injecting herself into my current situation because of the pity party she is recieving…"

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That’s about his ex-wife, Jennifer.  And that’s where most of this truly begins.

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You see,  Fultz’s “GEFBLOG"  is seething with venom towards "Jenne", the young woman (and wife) who left him after he’d allegedly** broken her jaw.   From its beginning in 2003 right up to the present day, he reserves his most vicious venom for her, calling her the spate of names above and in earlier entries, posting her name, address and contact information and telling people to harass her.  She eventually had to move out of state to escape his harassment, but now (as seen in the above), he’s taken up his seeming joy at throwing every nasty, puerile name at her again due to her arrival back into the picture (at least in terms of the internet).

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But “Jenne” isn’t the only female to bear the brunt of his explosive tantrums.  Somehow young women take pity on the man and end up giving him their time, and in some cases, more.

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There was Carrie, a girl he tried to “get with” during the week of her mother’s funeral (and was rightfully rebuffed).  There was Amber, a girl he mooned over (but never got anywhere with, probably because he installed a keylogger/ghost on her computer).  There was “Samantha”, from the now-tweenie and Nickelodeon-owned Neopets virtual pet site (a young girl who twice told him to stop talking to her, but he proceeded to buy her virtual cash for virtual goods at Habbo weeks later).  There was “KC" (another rejection).  There was Crystal, who he dated for 20 days before she left him for good.  There was Ginny, a girl he’d cybered with but upon meeting him, she rejected him (and then he set her up/harassed her).  There was Celia, an “old friend” of his who he contacted twice but was ignored (after the first contact, she’d changed her information, but he found her again).  There was Andrea [!], the fellow Pagan who brought him into her world only to have him screw it up (she was a member of a local Pagan group in Terre Haute, Indiana;  they ended up kicking him out, for a reason that will be explained in a moment).  And so on until there was Nani.  But in each situation, there’s been an issue about power and control:  Fultz is allegedly “too controlling”—controlling to a pathological degree.  Did I mention that at the time of the miscarriage, Nani was 19?  Fultz was 34 (and in almost all of the situations I mention in this paragraph, there is a distinct age difference between Fultz and the women he was involved with, most of them “late” teenagers, with the possible exception of “Samantha” and a 13-year-old girl he allegedly stalked after she rejected him on Neopets).  He was 23 when he started dating a 16-year-old Jennifer, and as he aged, the ages of the girls he would approach did not change (as this current situation displays).

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All of that can be verified if you are willing to risk the eyestrain (he doesn’t write with paragraph breaks) and your mental health by reading through his blog.  Yet he seems to think that the stuff he posted is “private” and that certain people—certain people like me and other trufflesniffers***—shouldn’t be reading or referencing it.

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So, taken in bits, one might be able to understand where Fultz’s animosity towards women comes from:  He is awkward,  he has a speech impediment that he was likely teased and bullied about, and he lacks the social skills that most of us have and thus, the constant rejection from women might be enough to drive a guy like that a bit insane, not to mention perpetually depressed.

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However, nothing at all short of mental deficiency explains why he cannot stop behaving like a violent, foul-mouthed toddler who didn’t get his way or why he cannot simply comprehend basic ethics and morals (he is also heavily racist and anti-Semitic, having called various African Americans “porch monkeys” and Tweeted Jew jokes).  And nothing, aside from a deep perversion (and confirmation of his control issues), will explain these:

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Fultz issued a rant on Paganspace before he left Terre Haute, complaining that the Wabash Valley Pagans had unjustifiably kicked him out due to his unorthodox “sexual fetish”.  At first blush, his rant seems credible;  after all, people with all sort of fetishes exist in the world and the most accepting of all “faiths” (per se) would be Paganism.

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But this ‘fetish’ of his wasn’t even acceptable to the Pagans, so that should tell you that something is truly off-kilter.  What was it/what are those screen captures from?  In 1999, Fultz created an adult Yahoo! Group devoted to somnophiliacs.  Somnophilia is a paraphilia that involves deriving sexual pleasure from a sleeping (or otherwise unconscious) person.   He ruled the group for many years (a group where he also advertised his picture CD of “Teen Girls @ Play” for only $4) until it finally disappeared a couple of years ago.

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You see where it’s going, don’t you.

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The Pagans didn’t like his rape-y fetish, and according to Fultz’s own rant, that is the reason why the Wabash Valley Pagans kicked him out.

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But this is news that you will only find in independent media due to mainstream media’s lack of Google skills, or “Google-fu” as some people call it.  Had the mainstream media—like Brooke Baldwin of CNN who did an interview with Fultz—done so, this may never have gone off the deep end of the debate about “father’s rights” and abortion.  This may have been reported, most accurately, as a case of a horrible, violent, harassing and stalking ex-husband/ex-boyfriend from Hell had someone—anyone—just taken the 30 seconds it takes to load Greg Fultz’s blog.

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Thus, this story isn’t so much about what everyone involved wants to say;  it’s about what’s already been said.  And given all of this damning evidence from his own fingertips [that also continues to pour from them], one has to wonder if Fultz truly thinks that the people he’s got cheering him on (pro-lifers, free speech enthusiasts, “Dads” who want more parental rights) will stick by him once they’re made aware of the truth of the depth of his mental instability.

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UPDATED ETA:  Before this article was censored from NowPublic.com, Gather.com had featured an interview with Jennifer earlier this month, but has apparently been pulled after Fultz threatened “legal action”.  One has to wonder if Gather and its authors are aware of their legal rights to host such content, as Greg Fultz is a public figure (and if anyone were to have been sued, it would’ve been Jennifer, but Fultz and apparently his inept lawyer are unaware of how libel and defamation law translates to online postings).

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See Miss Telles’s May 16th wall post.

6/29/11:  The idiot seems to think that he’s somehow going to prove to the world that Miss Telles is an unscrupulous hound who is treating her clients like crap because she revoked his right to use an image that she took of him (and manipulated) for the billboard two days after the billboard went up.  But all the screencaps prove is that Miss Telles was indeed duped into thinking that this was a general “pro-life billboard” and not the latest tool in Fultz’s terror campaign against an ex who unceremoniously dumped him when she had her miscarriage.  Our only hope now is that Telles reconsiders legal action, because now it is clear that Fultz manipulated her just as he manipulated Right to Life New Mexico.

** Everything that isn’t backed by proof that you can find online will be marked so.

*** Yes, I just called myself a pig of sorts, but I don’t mind.  This is what I do.  If you do something as stupid as making yourself a public figure and you’ve done stupid things online before, I will root it out.

**** Sometime during the day of the first publication of this article on NowPublic, it was written in the Topix forums that Judge Counts finally signed the DV Hearing Officer’s recommendation, thus ordering Fultz to take down the sign.  He has around a eight days from the publishing of this post to appeal the decision.  It also seems that Fultz has been gagged as well; his blog post for today is nothing but the word “CENSORED” 611 times.

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Someone threw a tantrum and thus, the Photobucket account that housed the caps of the original NowPublic article (which is slightly less informative/less detailed) is down.  But just because some fat 35-year-old manchild and his obsequious, spherical fangirl throw a hissy over me exercising my own freedom of speech doesn’t mean that I’ll wither up into a fetal position in fear.  So for the time being, please take a peek at the re-uploaded bonus capture of a comment made by Fultz’s ex-mother-in-law.  [And yes, since this post is live, a couple of facts have been clarified and more links have been added to show you just how much of this stuff is online for the world to read, and broken links will be fixed.  Fultz and his crony and whatever other fools he has suckered into his act won’t be enough to stifle the entire internet.  Besides, the PB links were the least important to the content of this article.]

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    Rebloggin’ it just to get the signal boost up. Already knew all of that stuff about this guy. Didn’t know that the...
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    This really just keeps getting worse for that jagoff and makes my state look stupid.
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    i went to high school in alamogordo and thought this deserved a reblog. jesus christ, what a douchebag. i hope this all...
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    There is some iffy commentary on mental health in the post, but otherwise, this is a very informative look into the...
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    Reblogging because people need to know. This is NOT an issue of free speech, or fathers’ rights, or anything like that....
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    An incredibly informative post on the guy who put up the billboard about his ex-girlfriend’s abortion.
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    There is NO END to this guy’s utter vileness, holy cats.
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