To start with a little history, the guy I'm talking about was in prison in Jamaica for rolling with a hit-squad. He claims to have connections all
over the US. He doesn't. He claims that his dad has cartel connections, but his dad lives on a $50/month disability check, so I doubt that's true, as
Over the course of a couple years, he's gotten extremely hostile, randomly dissing me on Twitter. Once, maybe a year ago, I mentioned, indirectly, on
Twitter that he was essentially the one white-kid that likes to pretend to be black, or something to that effect. I got three voicemails, threatening
to have someone "sent" to Atlanta to end my life. I disregarded it, considering that I didn't even live in ATL at the time.
The next few months passed without anything, and then he'd start instigating stuff on Twitter. Normally he'd post a link to some of my work, laughing
at it and all. I honestly couldn't care about that, but every time I'd respond to his ignorant disses in a mature, reasonable matter, he'd get angry.
The next threat was "Can't wait to be in ATL in a week, watching you bleed out at my feet." I screenshotted it for later use.
This guy carries Glocks and is public about it, so he could, if he wanted.
Two days ago, he posts a link to my Amazon author page, laughing at me for some completely random thing. I don't directly reply, but I do Tweet
something, I believe. I think that I just RT'd his Tweet, looking back on it. He then Tweeted the address of my mom's house, mentioning me with "Hi,
Last night, he posted a link to a very old blog article where I was explaining the drama between us. I had since deleted it and hidden it from view,
but he still dug it out through the archiving machine. He Tweeted some joke, asking how my family was. I, knowing way more about him, Tweeted back
"How are your 3 male roommates or [Lucy] in Toronto?" He didn't know that anybody knew about [Lucy], so that worried him. [Lucy] is a girl he met
online who's going to be renting a condo for him. I changed the name to protect her, for now.
A few hours later, someone who I'd trusted in the past, even though he played both sides of the field, reporting stuff to the kid and to me at the
same time, texted me, telling me that Josh had a guy an hour from my house and that I need to shut my mouth or he'd make the call and end my life
This slightly scared me, but for the life of my mom and her younger kids, not my own. I have insurance in place that basically ensures my safety.
This morning, I wake up from texts from my Canadian friends who're keeping an eye out for me, saying that Josh deleted his Twitter and Facebook
Should this be a warning? I believe that it shouldn't; at first, he claimed that he could send a guy to ATL. Then, he said that he would come down. If
he could send a guy, why would he come down? Then, he tells my "friend" that he has a guy an hour from my house. If this was really the case, why
would he come down? I believe that he's contradicting himself.
Also, he's threatened numerous other people, and said that he had men out to get them that night. I believe he's bluffing, but I don't want to be
careless and overlook something. Thoughts?
edit on 8-10-2012 by calebdaniels because: (no reason given)