reply to post by FlyersFan
I was referring to a statement that the NY Times found him on a Sunday "wandering aimlessly".
In the latest, he is said to have section 8 housing.
Well, Iooked up the relatives the Daily Mail "tracked down".
Really? How so?
Because he is the only Jeffrey Hillman?
The photo is definitely photoshopped.
The cop does not cast the same sharp edged shadow. It looks blurred and like a double take.
The shoe rack doesn't cast a shadow at all.
The windows to the store are blurred on purpose because whatever the guy was originally sitting in front
of probably wasn't a shoe store.
There are two versions of the photo also. The one in the OP's post here isn't the same as the one in the other thread about how he 'isn't even
That photo is cropped.
I looked up Jeffrey Hillman and couldn't relate it to this.
However in the miraculous contacting of Tisha and Kirk Hillman by "The Daily Mail", who has made photo-shopping their online photos an art form, I
looked up and found them connected to Kerriam Hillman 44.
Found a rap sheet from California on Kerriam showing he was arrested for sexual contact with a minor under 14.
Posted his photo.
Got not one response on this thread about that.
This whole thing according to the words of the alleged photographer it seems like this whole thing was a set-up
from the get go.
Good publicity for cops. As is attested to in the Daily Mail's last photograph that states that exactly.
It says This is good publicity for the NYPD! Well no sh*te.
It might also be timely for draconian cuts that are due out of Washington soon for "entitlements".
If you want to see the photo forensics for the pic:
Click on the metadata also.
See the cut line around the cop? Note the patch was changed also. Could well indicate it had a different
one or none at all in the original.
Anyway, point being, the whole story is an ongoing scam by the woman and apparently the NYPD enabled
by the media to become, "viral".