posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 09:14 AM
Originally posted by saint4God
If this were Scotland Yard, I seriously doubt it would be considered "case closed". All we've proven is that there is no police report
found. It doesn't mean there was no police report. In fact, I have filed a police report or two in the past and can say it is
difficult to retreive without the officer's name and case number on the card even though I was the one who filed it (let alone someone else asking
True. If I did find a police report, it most certainly would not have talked about demons and weird odors and what not. That's not the point; we
were searching for a foundation from Ranbo to at least build our [skeptics'] trust with his story. When that foundation failed to materialize, his
whole house of cards came down.
And I'm sorry, incompetence aside, the Livingston County Parish may not be Scotland Yard in its intricacies, but they seem to keep a strong tab on
records. Plus, this is a small town, the lady helping my search was actually recalling the number of peeping tom cases during the past few months
before she even culled the records, so I suspect there are no cases that get lost on this department.
Back to square one. Hopefully Ranbo knows by now no amount of tangible evidence will change a knee-jerk reaction naysayer. Footprints could be
anyone, a photo would be called his uncle or a photoshop job, etc. I'd be surprised if ATS'ers who've been around the block a few times don't
know this already.
[edit on 26-12-2007 by saint4God]
You know, us naysayers actually did the legwork on this and have adequately demonstrated to the jury that Ranbo is most likely a troll. I was
impressed that he was as forthcoming with his personal info as he was, but that didn't come without much goading and pleading on our part. And in
the end, what would he have had to lose? He probably even believed not one of us crazies would actually pursue the police report.
Please don't take this as a cut down or any tone of disrespect, Saint, but I wonder why you are so hell-bent on believing Ranbo now? Sometimes us
ATSers want so badly to believe in the unknown, in the unexplainable, that we're willing to role play in someone's fantasy land beyond the call of
And others (and I think this is where you fit in, Sanit) just trust our fellow humans a little too much.