posted on Apr, 23 2014 @ 06:15 PM
Of course the most plausible explanation based on the evidence is that this guy willingly spent this money. However, it is not unheard of for someone
to be drugged and then "coerced" into giving up or spending money. In fact, this is a common tactic in some tourist destinations. A specific drug is
used that eliminates all inhibitions, and makes a person docile and complacent, virtually agreeing with anything the perpetrator says. So they
actually get them to hand over their money willingly. Maybe they do this so they will have some legal recourse in the event that they are captured, as
well as give themselves time to get away before the drugs wear off and the person realizes what has happened.
But in this case the guy went back multiple times, which seems a little fishy if in fact he was taken advantage of. And I would think that it would
take a very specific substance to cause someone to willingly comply with all requests, as opposed to most illegal substances, which would probably act
in a different manner, such as causing the person to become confused and disoriented, after which the person could simply have their money taken from
So anyway, I think all signs point to this guy making an excuse for his bad life choices, including horrible spending habits, lol. I cannot imagine
what he spent that much money on. Well I can imagine I suppose. Maybe he has no concept of how much money is worth in the US, lol.