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carl, even in your statement it’s not that a third party simply made a statement and it became known by the protected party. It is the court believing the restrained party was behind it. I don’t disagree with that statement.
But, if the defendant HAD been venting and not intended the statements and images to get to their ex, it had the same effect. The point being that even if there is no intent, the actions can lead to strings that can be tied together to imply intent.

This guy was a real piece of work, though. He was a narcissist who would push the boundaries on everything. He once threatened me and my entire family in a manner leaving me without a darn thing I could legally do about except get him banned from school property where his kids went to school with mine, and where my wife worked ... I had pull with the school district AND he had already caused problems there. He was also the reason I started carrying off duty even in my hometown.