Earlier today we mentioned Frischling sent tweets to @FlyEU (who runs the Flight Africa blog) asking how @FlyEU could be tracking his Twitter account IP. We were confused because @FlyEU never Tweeted this and it was not in his blog post.
Well guess what... @FlyEU never publicly said that. Instead, he was a message he had sent to the the fake Kenya Air account back in 2009. (Read this if you missed his first blog post.)
It seems the only way Steven Frischling would know about this "we're tracking you" threat is if he was indeed the person behind the fake Kenya Air Twitter! Which furthers @FlyEU's allegation that Frischling was trying to extort the airline for $1 million.
Check out Flight Africa's follow-up blog post today with the screenshots:
Remember this individual had nothing to gain by coming forward with this information. Please write on his blog to thank him!