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ZZ5, who claimed interests in art, public speaking, writing and politics, was so proud of her ability in BSing that she had noted it on a high school information card. During the trial, ZZ5 testified that after Jovanovic drove her from her dorm to have dinner on the night of November 21, 1996, she willingly accompanied him home to his small New York apartment. She sat next to him, looking at photos in an art book and watching a video that they had discussed in their e-mail--works whose imagery included still lifes of cut-up corpses, and scenes of hideously maimed live people in various stages of torture.They also continued their "fascinating" discussion of other topics from e-mail: dismemberment, Jeffrey Dahmer, sci-fi creatures devouring each other during intercourse, good and evil, the danger of contracting AIDS and other diseases from unprotected sex, schizophrenia, self-defense, and more.Yesterday, prosecutors said her cooperation was so faltering, it was best to call the whole thing off.“We believe that the interests of justice would best be served by our moving to dismiss the indictment,” lead prosecutor Lanita Hobbs told the judge.Accused “cybersex fiend” Oliver Jovanovic strolled out of a Manhattan courthouse a free and happy man yesterday – cleared after a five-year legal battle on charges that he’d kidnapped and brutalized a woman he met online.The case was tossed by state Supreme Court Justice Rena Uviller after prosecutors announced, without warning, that Jovanovic’s accuser was too emotionally unstable to proceed.
A Freudian analyst's dream, they are the electronic talk therapy patients. They are also part personal ad interviewers and interviewees, part seducers and part religious.confesees.Unlike conventional therapy patients, these cyberchat addicts don't need to waste hours of time and thousands of dollars trying to overcome their "resistance." Pressured to produce a shocking, witty, outrageous or perverse persona lest they become cyberwallflowers, they regress on line instantaneously and seemingly universally.As one participant explained: "You have to keep a person interested.The case was tossed on the brink of jury selection for a retrial, in a surprising “Oliver” twist to a story that began in 1996 – when “cybersex” and “cybercrimes” were new coinages.Manhattan prosecutors catapulted Jovanovic’s case onto the front page even at his first court appearance, by not only invoking the Internet, but comparing him to cannibal serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
Since then, Jovanovic’s new legal team, headed by Paul Callan, made repeated public references to the woman’s penchant for sado-masochism.