Still, Puntarelli’s claim that the face Facebook profile was a case of harassment and identity theft proved convincing enough for Marion Superior Court Judge Robyn Moberly, who ruled that the plaintiff must be given the data so that he (along with the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, responsible for running the high school) could take the legal battle against the creators of the profile:
"The archdiocese hopes to resolve the issue as quickly as possible in order to restore damage done to Puntarelli’s reputation and to prevent this type of identity theft from happening again," reads a statement sent by the archdiocese.
The scandal began one month ago, when Facebook first received a complaint from Puntarelli about the bogus profile, which the dean said it had been used to send inappropriate"pictures and messages" to students.
Now with Facebook having its hands legally tied, the pranksters better be hoping for a miracle. Then again, word goes that rascals have little chance of that to actually happen.