How can someone be charged with cyber harassment on only at best circumstantial evidence if not contradictory evidence?
There is no such thing as "cyberbullying" or even "cyber harassment." There used to be this saying that went, "Sticks and stones might break my bones, but words can never hurt me." It means you have little control over a propelled rock breaking your arm. You do have control over how to respond to someone's verbal barrage. Bullying involves an element of force. It's a person forcing you to do something so he can have his way. No one can force you to do anything over a computer. You can--on a practical level--just ignore people on the internet. People like this SEEK your attention and your distress. If you respond with distress, then you have lost their little head game. It's like the people who would prank phone call. If they could not get a rise out of you, then they would quickly move on. The other option is to play head games with them. Most people who frequently play head games are not very good at it. They are often insecure. Playing your own head games will turn the tables. People today have thin skin. You can't control what people think of you. There is always someone who is going to have something to say about you. Who gives a f*ck. Be your own person. Today's society has redefined bullying to ridiculous lengths. Every little thing that everyone says is not bullying. Life is full of obstacles, annoyances, and things you just don't like. Stop using government to intervene in these situations. And contacting the police is joke. Grow some thick skin. Grow a pair. Man up. Use whatever phrase you like. Prepare for life that is not always friendly.
Might just end up with restraining orders.