Buffalo Blogger James Kriger, Credited With “Outing” Turtleboy, Loses Defamation Lawsuit For $40,000 For Making Shit Up About Bills Fans Charity Group
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This is James Kriger from upstate New York:
He’s a mentally unstable man who learned how to blog a couple years ago. He also may or may not be a raging alcoholic:
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— Nightmare Blogger (@JamesKriger) November 26, 2016
Anyway, James started a blog a while back called BuffaloBruises.com. It’s mostly about Bills football, but no one really wants to read this lunatic’s ramblings about an irrelevant sports franchise in the worst part of America.
That’s why he has to resort to making things up as he goes along for page views. Ya see, James Kriger is the original “I know who Turtleboy is” guy. We did a blog a few years back on the Turtleboy family’s trip to Buffalo to watch the Patriots do what they do every year in Buffalo – murder the biggest joke of a franchise in the NFL. We videotaped our experience while tailgating alongside Bills mafia. Basically they tip you over while you’re trying to piss in the porta-potty and call you homos over and over again because political correctness never came to Buffalo:
All in good fun though. We know the people of Buffalo are good folk, savage as they may be.
But James Kriger took it personal. REALLY personal. And he was determined to stand up for the good folks of Buffalo who had been so wronged by a blog. After doing some Internet sleuthing he came to the illogical conclusion that Turtleboy is just one person – a history teacher at Shepherd Hill Regional High School. This of course was after he reached the conclusion that Turtleboy was two other people in previous blogs, but since it was a teacher this time around, it stuck. Everyone’s read that blog by now, and countless media outlets including the Turtlegram and Gazette, have used it as evidence that Turtleboy is this former teacher from Dudley.
Well, as it turns out James Kriger has a history of doing stuff like this, and now he’s paying the price for it:
A North Collins-based blogger has been ordered by a judge to pay almost $38,289 in damages and legal fees to Bills Fan Thunder, a children’s charity organization made up of Buffalo Bills’ football fans. In her order, State Supreme Court Justice E. Jeannette Ogden said she found that blogger James Kriger made statements that “constitute defamation” in a series of posts alleging criminal activity by Bills Fan Thunder and its president, Charles Pellien, during the 2015 National Football League season. Pellien and his organization denied Kriger’s allegations and filed a defamation lawsuit against Kriger in October 2015.
Pellien claimed that his group ran into difficulties with fundraising after Kriger’s posts. Kriger told The Buffalo News over the summer that he did nothing wrong. He said he was not aware of Ogden’s ruling until a News reporter contacted him.
Yup, he went after a charity that brings disadvantaged kids to Bills games. He literally made shit up about them, just like he did about Turtleboy, except we didn’t bother pursuing legal charges against him. They did. Because one of the men associated with Bills Fan Thunder is Michael Caputo. Google him. According to this Wikipedia page he has ties to the covert operations during the Reagan administration.
So yea, James Kriger was feeling good about himself after “outing” Turtleboy. He believed his newfound fame made him some sort muckraker, so he started making more shit up about more people until he eventually got busted. Now he owes $40,000 that he doesn’t have for defamation. Actual, real, defamation. Not the Dick N. Vulva kind.
This is why you can’t trust the MSM, particularly when it comes to any criticisms they have about our blog or who “Turtleboy” is. Because they use people like James Kriger as sources.
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