Some people write me nice notes that say “I love your blog. It is intelligent, relevant and thoughtful.” But then there are the nasty comments, even some which may or may not be interpreted as an implied threat.
Here is one I got today or overnight is more accurate, as I am not up at that hour:
Ummm ok. Love the threatening tone, do I have to call the police? Has this message been sent to every media person or any other bloggers who covered this? Here are some links:
Philly Voice: Fraud charges mount against Chester County powerlifter who allegedly faked cancer for fundraiser
Jessica Cornell Smith, 32, was previously accused of refusing to issue refunds after organizing a powerlifting event that was canceled
BY VIRGINIA STREVA
NBC10 Philadelphia: PENNSYLVANIA
Woman Accused of Lying About Cancer to Scam GoFundMe and Facebook Donors Out of More Than $10K By David Chang and Deanna Durante • Published November 4, 2019 • Updated on November 5, 2019 at 10:38 pm
NBC10 Philadelphia: Woman Charged With Faking Cancer to Scam GoFundMe Donors Now Accused of ID Theft, Police Impersonation and Lying About Involvement With Preston & Steve Event
Wilmington Police confirmed Tuesday that Jessica Cornell Smith, 32, is wanted out of Delaware on charges of identity theft and impersonating a police officer
And these are only a smattering of the articles on this case. Why was I interested? Because I am a cancer survivor and few things hit me in the wrong way like fake cancer charities and cancer money scams. So I wrote a piece about it and so what? Media sources etc listed. I didn’t break any new ground. Did this person go after the podcast The Ever Evolving Truth I wonder?
So this morning I went on an Internet hunt to see if the case had gone to court and was there a disposition? This is what I found: