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Wolchek pulls the mask off 'Internet Bully'

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It's happening more often, anonymous people on the Internet defacing Twitter accounts and sending nasty messages on Facebook.

Problem Solver Rob Wolchek exposes a guy who not only admits to being an Internet bully, he's proud of it, at least when he's hiding behind his mask.

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