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Robert Caruso of Business Insider and Huffington Post Loves Rape and Murder

Robert Caruso is a freelance writer. His work has appeared on websites like Business Insider, the Huffington Post, and the Boston Globe. I conducted research on Robert Caruso and learned that he has fantasies of rape and murder. 

That is not an exaggeration. Allow me to quote Mr. Caruso directly. Before we do, let's dismiss one of Mr. Caruso's lies.

Mr. Caruso has falsely claimed that these are photoshops or that his Twitter account was hacked. However, I spent several hours archiving his Tweets on Archive.Today, a site that takes a real-time picture of a website or Tweet.

I went through his entire timeline. Robert Caruso's rape-loving Twitter was not hacked.

Robert Caruso murder

If called to appear in court, I could and would testify that Mr. Robert Caruso posted the following to his Twitter account:

the Kenyans and Ethiopians can rape and pillage your hometown. I'm at peace with either one.

(Twitter; Archive)

@mchastain81 I called @GaltsGirl a cunt, and I'd do it again, because I felt like it. 1st Amendment affords me that. Or have you forgotten?


 I don't care about the plight of the Syrian people. Frankly, I think we should let them suffer.

(Twitter; Pastebin)

How does it feel to watch Iran rape your homeland?

(Twitter; Archive)

Robert Caruso is a also liar.

When confronted with his horrific comments, Mr. Caruso did not apologize. Instead, he lied to my face.

Mr. Caruso of the Huffington Post had this to say:

I don't care what you fabricate or where you send them.

(Twitter; Archive.)

I am a licensed attorney familiar with the practice of gathering and authenticating evidence. I Archived a copy of all of his Tweets.

Robert Caruso is welcome to sue me. My attorney has asked me to tell Mr. Caruso that we will waive service of process. (That means Mr. Caruso is welcome to email a copy of his complaint directly to my attorney rather than spend the time, money, and effort to serve me in person.)

Robert Caruso