• The crimes of Lyn Ouvrier, a certified Leni troll



    LYN Ouvrier threatened to bomb the Luneta on April 2, and swore to plot the assassination of President Rodrigo Duterte in the event that the impeachment complaint against him does not prosper. She thought she could get away with this.

    She is dead wrong.

    Lyn Ouvrier is not her true name. It is an alias that she uses as she inflicts her vitriol on Duterte supporters.

    Lyn is also a certified Leni troll. In fact, she is even willing to commit a crime in her name. After all, only a loyal and committed follower would publicly state this in Facebook: “We are going to plant bombs at the Luneta Park on April 2nd, 2017 in order to protect the Vice President and disrupt the rally to be organized by fanatics of Duterte.”

    It is strange that she can label supporters of the President as fanatics, without thinking that only fanatics would plant bombs in a rally to protect a public figure. In fact, people who would do so are not just fanatics, but are also terrorists.

    That post of Lyn became viral. It elicited severe condemnation from netizens, more so from the pro-Duterte side of social media. There was a widespread call to report this to the authorities. Lyn’s account suddenly was deactivated, although it is not certain if Facebook suspended it, or if she deactivated it herself. But her crime, considering that making bomb threats is a crime, became public knowledge, as it was already screen-captured and shared.

    But Lyn would not just quietly sit this one out. She re-emerged to issue a threat to social media personalities, which included myself, and informed us that she already reported to the PNP our names whom she accuses of maligning her when we shared in Facebook her posted criminal intent. She alleged that her account was cloned, which is the usual excuse by trolls the moment they are caught committing criminally liable acts in social media.

    And Lyn Ouvrier, in defending herself and threatening us, has committed a serious gaffe.

    She outed herself as the administrator of a notorious Facebook personality that goes by the name of Resbak Operatives, an anonymous opposition, pro-Leni Robredo account that has terrorized pro-Duterte accounts. Resbak Operatives was the one responsible for taking down the satirical account of Senyora Santibañez. They were also responsible for harassing a pro-Duterte OFW in a most despicable manner where even pictures of the children of the OFW were posted, and his family was threatened.

    Lyn Ouvrier, the one who threatened to bomb Luneta in the name of Leni Robredo, is the administrator, hence the owner, of the Resbak Operatives Facebook account, the one who has committed serious acts of libel, cyber-bullying and harassment, again in the name of Leni Robredo.

    She is the same Lyn who in another post had the audacity to declare that: “If our plan to impeach Duterte doesn’t work, we will plot an assassination attempt against him.”

    Lyn Ouvrier tempted fate.

    She placed herself against one of the most formidable social media army of activists that has emerged in the cyber-mediated political landscape.

    And here, she has to contend with a determined group.

    The rally on April 2, which she intended to bomb, is actually organized by these social media activists who meet not only in chat rooms and Facebook conversations, but in regular eye balls or actual encounters. It will be the first political rally in our country’s history that will be funded by money raised through social media-mediated mechanisms. In less than a week, the organizers used social media to solicit and raise over P2 million from Filipinos all over the world.

    It is the same social media activism that galvanizes support for the President to make him become a front-running favorite in the ongoing voting for the top 100 influential persons sponsored by Time Magazine.

    And it is this cyber-activism that fuels the current impeachment initiative against Lyn Ouvrier’s idol, Leni Robredo. Again, for the first time in the history of the republic, we will have an impeachment complaint that is led by social media activists and personalities, crowd sourcing evidence and support using Facebook and Twitter, and even e-mail.

    You do not mess with this kind of cyber-political power.

    It is this kind of dedicated and organic politics that dug into Lyn Ouvrier’s records, enabling netizens to get useful leads on who she really is. Ouvrier is French for “worker,” and this fact became a crucial lead. Her being the administrator of Resbak Operatives led some to her e-mail address, and her blogsite, which then led to identifying her name, her phone number, her address in Cavite, and even her hometown in Iloilo.

    Ironically, the person using the alias of Lyn Ouvrier turned out to be a committed advocate for the environment.

    That she is committed is beyond doubt, as she is even willing to plant bombs in a rally and plot to assassinate the President to protect Leni Robredo.

    And this has made her a committed criminal.


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    1. Tita M. Manabat on

      I want her name published in the open with matching face. No aliases,. I can sense the rage. Yung hindi matanggap ang pagkatalo. Or a really bad experience. You don’t threat, just because. Lets see what the PNP and NBI will do. Lets wait for the April 2 rally. Wag matakot para hindi ma April fools!

    2. Anyone can easily create an account using anyone’s identity and post something as outrageous and as stupid as a bomb threat posted for public viewing, Contreras. Only a certified idiot would truly believe that somebody can be so reckless enough to post a bomb threat using her identity on a social media platform. And only a very stupid and malicious person would have the audacity to write and publish a highly libelous article like this one.

      The truth is on my side, so unless your comrades’ threats to have me killed EJK or “Nanlaban” style happens, you Pro-Duterte people who were responsible for cloning my account, ruining my reputation, and endanging my life will not win. Lalabas at lalabas ang totoo, Contreras. And I will sue you and those responsible for cloning my account and intentionally posting the bomb threat to destroy me and malign the VP further. I will sue you to the bitter end dahil napapanahon na para turuan ng leksyon ang mga kagaya mong tsismoso at malisyoso. You are a disgrace to journalism! See you in court.

      – Lyn

    3. However evil and twisted the trolls, allow them the the right to speak and in so expose their demented selves for all of us to judge.

      I would rather that than if they planted real bombs out of frustration at not being able to vent, which is a real possibility with social reprobates.

    4. Gosh! may mga taong ganoon mag isip? parang satanic na yon! May the Good Lord grant her inner peace and may she be filled with the Holy Spirit to spread the wings of forgiveness and good deeds to fellow Filipinos.

      • agree sir cybercrime NBI and PNP investigator must check this. sounds like Magdalo again… i thought there was freedom in our country na ipanagsisigawan ng Luyang Dilaws. this should be investigated by authorities like PNP and NBI this is a threat whether she is for Leni Tawa Tawa Robredo troll or what, this is act of sedition and grave threat to public safety. this is hate crime!

    5. A few days ago Ton-ton wrote an analogy on the broadway play “Beauty and the Beast” and Philippine politics.
      He is at himself when he does this –day dream.

      Artistic work such as literature, plays and movies can be fictionalized, made to believe and fit one’s imaginary world — relived over and over again in one’s mind.

      That’s the “beauty” (not a beast) of living in fantasy. It is “therapeutic”,in a way, for whatever mental state one has — to include paranoia and extreme obsession to discredit someone.

      It’s dreamworld where dreamers and some writers live.

      Except these well written “stories” are not real — false dreams giving false hopes resulting in false impressions. They deceive specially when confronted with or “transported” to real life.

      There was Leni Leaks. When it was proven false came Naga Leaks which fell flat on their faces when RMF issued a strong statement denying irregularities in its selection process.

      Now, we have another fictional character Lyn Ouvrier, being linked to the VP — a product of foolish thought.

      This illusionary characterization (whose identity is unclear) presents a clear and present danger obviously because it is a make-believe intended to sow doubt and intrigue on the VP. We must be wary of these things.

      Reel is not real. It is drama. I wonder if it is meant to derail an upcoming meeting between Pdu30 and VP Leni?

      No one saw this (Pdu30 invitation) coming. Not by a mile. And, I cannot understand why anyone who trumpets himself as principled — would not seek a happy ending (after all, great broadway plays end on a joyful note) to the meeting.

      Unless of course there is a dark hidden agenda.

      Dinner anyone? Munggo, Laing or both?

      • ang galing ng pagkakasulat but sadly lack substance…Una, Ton Ton’s writing is not fictional, it is based on the bomb threat made by lyn trabajador in her FB account para takutin ang mga participants sa April 2 rally. Ikalawa, base sa imbestigation ng mga DDS napatunayan na itong si Trabajador eh cyang nag mamay ari ng iba pang FB accounts na critical sa mga supporters ni PRRD. Ikatlo, ang Lenileaks ay inde kathang isip lang, ito ay napatunayan na totoo at may partisipasyon ang OVP sa base sa mga usapang nakalathala sa site yahoo site. Ikaapat, Inde kailan man maaring malinis nang pronouncement ng RMF ang kabuuan ng usapin sa nagaleaks…Ang RMF award ay isa lamang sa mga usapin subalit hindi kabuuan ng NAGALEAKS.

    6. Estela Naoha on

      Who is this ouvrier… can you file a case now to see this person personally? To what the hell does she think of herself ?

    7. Elpidio Salvador on

      The height of stooopidity para patulan ang supposedly a lenii troll and dedicate a whole article on a fictional character.
      Patawa ka ba? Kamag anak ka siguro ni Pugo!