posted on Aug, 22 2005 @ 03:35 PM
The Song Remains The Same
Matthew 7:15 ¶Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
16 Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?
17 Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.
I'm not a Christian, but I know good advice when I see it.
Well okay, not always, but I try.
No one here is surprised, just disappointed.
Scam I Am
Yes, this was a scam. No, it's not surprising, because every other Bigfoot story like this one has always turned out to be a scam.
There are Bigfoot witnesses who are sincere and honest. This Biscardi fellow is not one of them.
This “scammed by a woman in Nevada” nonsense is insulting. Biscardi claimed to have the creature in captivity, and he lied.
Quibbling about it and spewing further lies only proves his intent to deceive all along and establishes his utter and complete lack of integrity.
This fellow's fifteen minutes are over. He's a liar, and I have no further interest in his shameful fabrications.
Crime Goeth Before The Fall
He's also a criminal, because his deceptions were clearly crafted to defraud people of their hard-earned cash.
I'm sure I'm not alone in hoping investigators will be interviewing him about all the money he has been collecting for this, and prosecuting
The evidence has been broadcast across the U.S., fer cryin' out loud, and there is no shortage of witnesses to this man's brazen crimes.
Biscardi and his partners in crime belong in prison, and I hope they end up where they belong sooner rather than later.
Every moment they remain at large, more people are at risk of falling victim to their illegal schemes.
More Elusive Even Than Bigfoot
Truth is rare, but lies abound. That's why the truth is so precious.
Sadly, it is priced well beyond the reach of most of us, it seems.
For those who seek truth, my advice is to be patient, and to practice honesty, because you will never find truth if you don't carry it within your
Footnote: Speaking Of Price...
Edit: If you have used a credit card to send money to this guy, I urge you to contact your credit card company immediately.
In addition to canceling the charge on the grounds of product misrepresentation and nondelivery of goods, you may want to consider a credit watch or
reissued credit card, because the data necessary to charge purchases to your card is apparently in the hands of criminals.
Goods and services provided under false pretexts are just that, no more, no less. Unless I'm very much mistaken, this guy has a lot of 'splainin'
to do in court.
[edit on 8/22/2005 by Majic]