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Yesterday, I sent an email to WBAL in Baltimore asking them if the story was a hoax. I have yet to hear back from them. I’ve gotten about 200 search engine hits all referencing “Brooke Greenberg” so I know that there are a lot of people wondering the same thing.
At the moment, there just aren’t any good answers.
I’m going to stay on top of this all day today. I may even call WBAL and find out what the heck is going on. In the meantime, if you go to WBAL’s website, they have a drop down menu for sending emails. I urge everyone who’s interested to send them an email asking about this story.
If you get any kind of an answer, I’d appreciate it if you shared it with me. Send the info to elvenstar522-at-AOL-dot-com. (Remove hyphens).
Let’s get to the bottom of this.
Due to certain agreements, we are unable to provide additional information on this story. It was not a hoax.
Originally posted by SMR
This is what I dont get......
'The originating station inadvertently shared the article. It was not meant for syndication.'
Ok,so then why was it filmed by the news crew in the home of this family?
I dont by this at all.I think someone(s) is hiding information and some higher up are making sure it doesnt get out.