STOParazzi® Says Airlines At Fault, Not Kanye

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STOParazzi® Contends Kanye's LAX incident Caused By Airline Insider Leaking Passenger List To Tabloid Media

We can no longer tolerate the leaking of private information when an interest turns into stalking. Kanye obviously is sick of being stalked. Can you blame him for flipping out?

On 9-11, 2008, Kanye West was confronted at the Los Angeles International Airport by paparazzi. An altercation between he and photogs ensued resulting in Kanye being charged with vandalism, battery and grand theft as reported by CNN on March 18, 2009. STOParazzi®, (Premier Celebrity Rights Advocacy Group,) contends it is unethical for airlines to sell private passenger manifests, (which reveal travel itineraries of everyone aboard including celebrities) to media outlets, and that this is really the root of the issue in this case. Celebrities no longer have to worry about being followed; their stalkers are waiting at the destination!

STOParazzi's sources say the most notorious seller of private flight information is an individual nicknamed, "The Party Crasher." This individual is known to have deep connections at several airlines and be a provider of flight info to many photo agencies and tabloid journalists. STOParazzi® aims to expose this snitch, and others like him, and put a stop to the release of flight manifests. "Stoparazzi holds that the disbursement of this information is highly unethical and could be dangerous in stalking situations. The main culprits are three major airlines. We believe and have proof, airline officials and employees are on the take and photo agencies are more than happy to pay them to turn over the manifests. Interesting that you can't, for the life of you, find out what flight your mother is on but Miley Cyrus's travel itinerary can be purchased for a few bucks," states STOParazzi® President Terry Ahern.

Last month, STOParazzi® backed a new law to further deter employees of law enforcement agencies from releasing photos or information that exploits the victims of crimes. The LAPD snafu has brought about talk of "Rihanna's Law," (http://www.Rihannaslaw.com,) to replace a useless law currently on the books. "We can no longer tolerate the leaking of private information when an interest turns into stalking. Kanye obviously is sick of being stalked. Can you blame him for flipping out?" asks President of STOParazzi®, Terry Ahern. Ahern calls for celebrities to quit complaining about the invasion of privacy problem and start taking action by supporting the STOParazzi.com effort.

Contact: Gary Smith
Global PR Inc
818 335 0500

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