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Brooklyn Literary Agent Weronika Janczuk Threatened Press Then Released Now Unsealed

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon

SDNY Exclusive, Feb 1 – Brooklyn based literary agent Weronika Janczuk was arrested on January 11, 2022 for cyber-stalking.

On July 21 the US Attorney's Office agreed to defer prosecuting her.

In September, after the DPA, Janczuk emailed a series of threats to Inner City Press, as well as demands for censorship: "Please pull all content: here  Weronika Janczuk The content sent herein is legal in nature and intent, and is protected from publication by e-channel'd privacy & security laws, IP protections, and positively-declared NDA statutes."

On October 22 and then December 22, 2023 a series of one month Orders to Continue in the Interest of Justice.

On January 5, 2024, Janczuk appeared without any advance notice in the SDNY Magistrates Court. Inner City Press was there. She pled not guilty to an information, after waiving indictment. The AUSA asked for a control date - then change of plea - on January 29.

The Government - the US Attorney's Office - did not file its letter in the docket, but rather presented it on January 29 to Judge Schofield, asking that it be sealed. Inner City Press has filed an application to unseal it. Time served given after quite an allocuation. Thread:

Judge: I sentence you to time served and 1 year of supervised release...

After the proceeding, Inner City Press emailed then filed an application to unseal the victim impact letter, without name or address. On January 31 Judge Schofield granted the application.

Now on February 1, the victim inpact statement has been docketed. It cites the failed deferred prosecution agreement, followed by more harassment. "We just want to be left alone from her ravings and attacks." She's out.

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The case is now US v. Janczuk, 24-cr-10 (Schofield)

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