posted on Apr, 26 2013 @ 09:34 PM
Who cares if he was falsely accused. It only brought more attention to his disappearance than 99.9% of all disappearances receive. It is shameful to
see people jump on the bandwagon and condemn those who wanted to help. No, I'm not saying that people falsely accused him in order to bring more
attention to his disappearance, but what I am saying is that the only reason he was falsely accused in the first place is because people saw a strong
resemblance and instead of doing absolutely nothing, they instead discussed this topic with others online because they cared. Didn't you hear about
the girl who knew him pretty well who said she saw a STRONG resemblance in the two to the point that she was saying things like she is shocked. She
even did interviews that night where she talked about him and how shocked she was to see such a resemblance. The only way false accusations could have
been a bad thing is if he was spotted and killed by some nut who felt he was doing the country a favor. I HIGHLY doubt this is the case, but if it is
I'd stand corrected. The chances this happened or could even happen in the first place are zero to none. If he was still alive when the false
accusations were being thrown around and this caused him to kill himself then shame on him. Nobody should put shame on the false accusers in this
case. It is a shame he is dead, but the "internet sleuths", as some have referred to as, should be left alone as they did absolutely nothing wrong.
You cannot deny the attention brought to his disappearance is a good thing. Think before you speak if you thought otherwise.