Marcus Epstein case dismissed, but not his previous record or digital footprints
OPP: MARCUS EPSTEIN'S CASE DISMISSED; HE'S FREE TO STUMBLE ABOUT THE REST OF HIS LIFE
The judge dismissed his case and Marcus seemed to smile at the ruling. But Marcus won't be smiling for very long when his digital footprints and previous arrest and jail time records become known to the whole world.
Remember, Marcus has an extensive internet profile of trouble and crime that his former employer, the University of Virginia Law School, discovered and rejected him. Just as his first employer managed to find his digital footprints and fired him, so will his next potential hiring employer so they too can reject or fire him.
Marcus, you won't be going to law school, grad school, or any other company or school that does background checks (and they all do nowadays).
While Marcus does not have an official felony record, his extensive digital footprints reveal he has committed several felonies throughout his life.
From the OPP article above.
While Epstein was a student at William and Mary in 2004, Epstein faced several charges stemming from an incident where after a night of heavy drinking, he stole a number of food items including a package of cookies from a convenience store.
He then slapped down a female store clerk when she tried to stop him. He ran away and barged into a sorority house as he tried to elude police. He was found by the police in the Sorority house's women's bathroom eating the cookies to dispose of the evidence .
Epstein served 14-days in jail - on the weekends - and was ordered to complete an alcohol treatment program and do community service for MADD which involved delivering MADD ribbons to car dealerships.
On the evening of July 7, 2007, Marcus Epstein verbally and physically assaulted a black woman in Washington D.C., calling her racist remarks and struck her in the head. Although the judge did not allow a felony record, Marcus' crimes for this incident are embeded on the internet for the world to see.
Furthermore, Marcus Epstein has deep affiliations to hate groups, which many members have lost their careers, reputations, and livelihoods.
HP: Marcus Epstein's Racist Assault Bruises Buchanan And Tancredo
OPP: Marcus Epstein rogue profile
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SPLC: Anti-Immigrant Activist Marcus Epstein Pleads Guilty to Racial Assault
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Also keep this in mind. While a comprehensive background check may cost about $50 per person, investigating digital footprints are free and can capture a whole lot more than court convictions.
Marcus Epstein, you are screwed. The pain is only starting.