Does the Website Come with a Lawyer?

Stomp Out Bullying's Disclaimer is Longer than the U.S Constitution

With an anti-bullying name that in and of itself suggest violence (as many innocents have been stomped to death), the children's charity has a disclaimer for the ages:

U.S. News
Georgia Teen Stomped to Death at Party
November 9, 2010
After a house party went haywire, 18-year old Bobby Tillman was stomped to death for no apparent reason.

Fox News
Police Arrest Man Who Stomped Baby to Death
June 16, 2008
Police killed a 27-year-old man as he kicked, punched and stomped a toddler to death despite other people's attempts to stop him on a dark, country road, authorities said.

New York Post
Gramps Stomped to Death
April 24, 2011
A 61-year-old Bronx man was stomped to death in front of his home early yesterday when he got mixed up in a fight between a crazed man and a woman, police said. Quentin Guerrero, 61 was attacked at 1:30 a.m. in front of 480 E. 138th Str. in Mott Haven by ex-con Kendall Major, 35, and his girlfriend, Tosheba Alford, 20, authorities said. "It was brutal. It was terrible," said a 47-year-old livery cabdriver who tried to break up the fight. "There were a lot of people watching from their windows and no one was doing anything."

Stomp Out Bullying's Hotline" appears to be nothing but a recording that tells kids to call 911 if they are thinking of committing suicide or to go to their online chat, which, after all the disclaimers, doesn't respond. Note, though, that when ABC aired Cyberbully, SOB saw to it that their lines were manned for the day, so that they could glom onto the publicity by having their name attached to the TV film to be able to get donations. And SOB is also an acronym for what?

A footnote: A phone call to the STOMP's parent company, Love Our Children, on July 18, 2018 reached only a voicemail, which "helpfully" offered a number for the parents of children displaced by Hurricane Katrina, August 31, 2005, nearly 13 years ago. Apparently that was the last time they updated or listened to their message. One can only wonder, if one calls the Salvation Army's number after hours, if there is any assistance offered to help find children displaced by the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.