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There has been a suggestion to start a list of fundies and their scandals. Here's the Fundy Walk of Shame: List Updated 6 March 2019 March 23, 2017: I don't know if there's enough brain bleach in the world to handle compiling this list. My emotions keep swinging back and forth between rage and crying. This is horrid. March 20, 2017: This list is obviously incomplete. I know there are a couple of cases listed by the victim's name rather than the perpetrator but I can't take any more nastiness tonight. I'll come back to it in a day or two. Please post if there are people I'm missing or if you see anything that needs to be corrected, I don't know all of these people/cases.
Six year old Alesha MacPhail from Airdrie, Lanarkshire was visiting her father and grandparents on the Isle of Bute and was last seen being put to bed on the first of July. Her grandmother went to check on her at 0625 the next morning and discovered that she wasn't in her bed, her body was found 3 hours later a mile from her house. A murder investigation has been launched, her death was leaked on social media before her mother, had been informed she was missing and only knew of her death when she saw a condolence message on Facebook. In the initial reports her grandparents made no mention of her father being present and said she sleptwalked and the door was left unlocked. Police forensics are examining her grandparent's house, where her body was discovered and seized a car the believe is involved in her murder. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-44704892?intlink_from_url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/c7z33dpkprwt/alesha-macphail-death&#38;link_location=live-reporting-story
47of74 posted a topic in Wide World of Snarkyuck I hope he gets the book thrown at him.
47of74 posted a topic in Quiver Full of MisogynyIndependent Special Counsel Bill Forsyth released a report on the cluster fornicate that is MSU and their handling of the Nassar case; The report is here for anyone interested
47of74 posted a topic in Wide World of SnarkSome news out of Michigan Here's the arrest warrant on Scribd
unsafetydancer posted a topic in Wide World of SnarkI'm not sure if this has been covered on here before (mods, please feel free to move or merge this) but I read this article just now. It's pretty crazy that she got away with fraud for so long and that people were willing to pay her bills. It also says something pretty depressing about the part of society she conned, that they were so willing to overlook the obvious holes in her story just because she seemed like she was rich. https://www.thecut.com/2018/05/how-anna-delvey-tricked-new-york.html
47of74 posted a topic in Quiver Full of PoliticsIn a halfway functioning world this fornicate-wit would be doing hard time, not harassing others...
brokenminded posted a topic in Wide World of SnarkSorry to post this as i am just not sure where it should go. I am trying to remember the name of a family involved in a case of a dead toddler and incest. What I remember [which may be wrong in bits] is a teen daughter who had a baby that was her father's they had bern kicked out the home. There had been a toddler sibling that died, can't remember if it was murder or accidental but dad and daughter had hidden the body. I seem to recall they had a large family 7 or 8 kids maybe and that they had once gone on holiday and only taken some of the kids. The last I remember they wanted to charge the teen incest victim with conspiracy over her siblings death.
So back in March, I came across this article from the KC Star detailing a woman's theft of $300k from the company she worked/ managed payroll for. http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article66199102.html Most of the money, per the article, went to trips and gambling (I'm going to guess trips to gamble myself). Being both a Finance and Accounting dork and a writer naturally I saved the article (thank you Pinterest's ability to let me electronically horde) Then today this dandy bit hit. Same woman. Previous employer. $1.2 million from them doing the same thing. Oh, and a bit of identity theft. http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article79582592.html She apparently started this 'habit' years early when she forged checks at a retirement community (which is what John Knox Village is). She pled guilty of that crime. This, of course, makes me wonder about the accuracy of vetting employees in some companies. Yes, I've saved the second article as well.