Iranian Professor Accused Of Stalking Female Student In Florida Gun-Free Zone
June 29, 2018, 05:01 PM
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This is a story about an (allegedly) mad professor named Ali Borji.  

A University of Central Florida professor is facing stalking charges after a Ph.D student says he sent her more than 800 messages per day and watched her work out through the window at her gym.

Ali Borji, a 39-year-old assistant professor in the school’s Department of Computer Science, was arrested at his on-campus office Thursday night. He faces two charges of stalking — both misdemeanors.

The woman had dated him briefly, but then gave him the brush-off, but he persisted:

Authorities say Borji persisted with emails, phone calls and Facebook messages — even reaching out to the victim’s family members to declare his love for the woman. He would also appear at the gym and other places the woman frequented, she said.

Last fall, the victim said she left UCF just to get away from Borji. When she returned to campus this spring, Borji approached her at the gym, authorities said.

The victim said she began receiving more than 800 messages per day. Authorities say Borji would watch the victim work out through her gym window. He told her that he could create an artificial-intelligence facsimile of her and “do anything he wanted,” according to a police report.

The woman said she was so scared of Borji that she refused to go anywhere alone. In one email, Borji wrote, “You should be happy that somebody likes you this much to stalk you,” police said.

On Tuesday night, the victim told police that she saw Borji following her in his car.

After he was arrested, Borji didn’t deny sending the emails, authorities said. He said he would apologize to the victim if he could.

UCF professor accused of stalking student: 'Be happy that somebody likes you this much to stalk you'

by Michael Williams,, June  29, 2018

Since both Borji's LinkedIn profile, and his CV from the the USC computer lab say he's an Iranian (graduate of Petroleum University of Technology, in Tehran and Shiraz University) why doesn't the headline mention this? Because it's the MSM, and they don't. But they should.

There's a constant panic on campus about rape--one thing that might be worth looking into is not having professors from countries that consider the rape of infidel women to not be crime.

Another note--Florida was a pioneer in the Concealed Carry licensing that allows women to carry pistols to defend themselves against mad Iranian stalkers. The University of Central Florida has a policy banning its students and faculty both from carrying guns.