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Defense Attorney Husband Of Missing Lowell Woman Whose Body Was Found In The Merrimack River Yesterday Is Being Accused By Her Friends Of Not Helping Look For Her And Other Odd Behavior 

 

The body of a missing Lowell woman named Kimberly Oberhauser was found in the Merrimack River in Andover yesterday. She was last seen January 18, and her Range Rover was found in the river on January 22. Lowell Police initially said they do not suspect foul play, but her friends disagree.

Kim is married to Greg Oberhauser, a defense attorney from Lowell who appears to specialize in DUI. His law firm’s Facebook page often posts reviews from alleged clients of his, which thank him for getting him off for crimes they appear to have admitted to, leaving only their first names and stock photo images you can find online.

He also bought into the whole Dominion machine conspiracy theory, which turned out to be baseless.

Since his wife went missing Greg has hardly ever posted about her or organized any searches for her body. The only times he has posted were in regards to a vigil that he did not organize on March 4, a “miss you” post on her birthday January 30, and a Lowell Police Department post about her being missing. LPD posted it on January 20, but he didn’t share it until January 22, which was 4 days after she disappeared and the day her car was found.

However, he frequently posts about golfing, animal rescues, Valentine’s Day humor, and other things that would give you the impression that he’s not a man who’s wife was missing.

On February 12 he ironically posted about an animal being rescued from a frozen river.

Underneath these posts he’s gotten hundreds of comments, mostly from people wishing him well and praying for him. But there are also comments from Kim’s friends expressing their belief that he’s hiding something. According to several of these woman Greg was abusive and they had recently gotten a divorce. For some reason he has not deleted ANY of these comments that clearly imply he was involved in his wife’s disappearance, despite being extremely active on social media. Personally, I would go ahead and block people who implied that I murdered my wife on my Facebook page if I was innocent, but to each their own.

 

 

Greg has seen these posts and even replied to one of them.

His only other response was this one:

On the day Kim disappeared he posted about tools he uses to get clients off for DUI’s.

 

I am not accusing Greg Oberhauser of anything, and I’m not privy to the investigation, which is ongoing. I trust the Lowell Police will do a thorough job and get to the bottom of this, especially now that they have a body. I’m just pointing out the fact that all these women are making serious accusations and he’s not really denying any of it, while carrying on online as if he’s not the husband of a missing woman. And there are no indications that Kim was suicidal.

One thing we do know is that the Lowell Police have had their time wasted by Tina Degree and other activists who baselessly accused them of covering up the death of Moses Harris. How many hours have been wasted investigating the open and shut case of a domestic abuser running away from the police and drowning in a river? Meanwhile Tina Degree and her son were clearly involved in the murder of Emely Nieves, which no one has reported on that except for TB, and this poor woman’s disappearance has gotten half the attention that Moses Harris did because she is white.

 

 

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69 Comment(s)
  • Scott Peterson
    April 28, 2021 at 12:47 am

    I’m sure he’s innocent and grieving in his own way. Scott P

  • How come Aidan has not tweeted about his mental breakdown more too
    April 24, 2021 at 7:19 pm

    Good reporting Turtleboy.

    While you are at it, please let us know how your therapy and divorce are going as well. Otherwise you seem to be the guilty party in all the mess you put your family in.

  • Sinclair Hemingway
    April 24, 2021 at 5:39 pm

    This isn’t even news. So a bunch of noisy housewives want to play detective? So he doesn’t play the bullshit Facebook grieving game?

    If he deleted those comments, he would be MORE guilty. Like, who cares? This is irresponsible journalism tarnishing this guy for no reason at all.
    Unless you have something solid other than these cheese hog heifers not minding their own business, this is a hack article.

    • Jennifer Goodfellow
      April 24, 2021 at 6:29 pm

      I’m an expert on criminology and semen guzzling. Any colored boys need their cock sucked? I’ll travel to the cape to fill the void left by Jalajhia if needed

      • z
        April 24, 2021 at 9:20 pm

        If the last name was “Good Fellas”, then I would be worried….

    • Charles Pervis
      April 26, 2021 at 11:04 am

      Greg is a narcissist. Unfortunately I had him represent me. Once I paid him he didn’t put any effort into it. He is one of the coldest people you will ever meet. Greg is an alcoholic and a terrible attorney. I wouldn’t put it passed him to do something stupid like this.

  • Dr. Ed
    April 24, 2021 at 12:28 pm

    For all we know, she was facing criminal charges for having been in the Capitol on January 6th and committed suicide as a result. Other people under such circumstances committed suicide.
    Likewise, you never know who’s involved in drugs, and she may have heard that the cops were looking for her.

    With a new address, they wouldn’t be able to find her — but she’d hear that they were looking.
    So they issue a BOLO on her vehicle, and when they find it in the river, they have a pretty good idea…

  • Jajas ghost
    April 24, 2021 at 10:43 am

    Idk how I feel about this article. Are u implying he did it or something? Idk if there’s much evidence of that. Just because he doesn’t grieve and make sob posts for thots and shares on FB doesn’t mean he did it

    • Dr. Ed
      April 24, 2021 at 11:58 am

      Do not forget that the vehicle has an Event Data Recorder — a “black box” — that may have told the cops stuff they aren’t telling us. (Remember Tim Murray’s “accident” where he went into a ledge at 108 MPH?) We also don’t know what the autopsy found.

      Notwithstanding that, it’s entirely possible that the cops asked him to stay out of their investigation and not to say anything except to them. There are a lot of reasons why they may want this, and as a defense attorney, he’d understand. (If the woman he loved was murdered, he doesn’t want a lawyer to get her killer off.)

      If they have both the vehicle and the body, the cops know a *lot*, and likely have more.
      I’m not a fan of BLM, and unless there is a reason not to, I say trust the cops and let them do their job.

  • TROLLed
    April 24, 2021 at 12:40 am

    The Author and owner of this site is A1dan K3arney
    He is turtle boy.

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    • Hugh Mungous
      April 24, 2021 at 1:02 pm

      What a Sleuth , You really figured this one out Loser

      • TROLLed
        April 24, 2021 at 2:43 pm

        Sorry. I need a cock to suck

  • Talking about husbands that talk about useless shit
    April 23, 2021 at 10:23 pm

    How is your divorce going Aidan?

  • Lebron Lames
    April 23, 2021 at 9:54 pm

    I object to term fur babies, edumcake urself.

  • KATESKRUSTYKLAM
    April 23, 2021 at 9:42 pm

    JaJa could have been her

  • PEEKY BLINDERS
    April 23, 2021 at 9:40 pm

    Maybe those two dikes from Sturbridge did it.

  • Gary Zerola
    April 23, 2021 at 8:18 pm

    Seems like a decent fella’

  • Guy
    April 23, 2021 at 6:30 pm

    I’m sure the cops have a close eye on him, giving him enough rope to hang himself…wouldn’t be the first time

  • Nikki Evans
    April 23, 2021 at 5:49 pm

    Maybe he was abusive and drove her to suicide?

    • Lizzo's Gunt
      April 23, 2021 at 5:51 pm

      how dare you!

    • Lt Gov Tim Murray
      April 23, 2021 at 10:01 pm

      Maybe she was a bad driver?

  • Metros Empty Nutsack
    April 23, 2021 at 5:23 pm

    This story really piqued my interest…. Ones wifey disappears and is not found
    until the DNA is gone. Fascinating!!

  • Spic Tormentor
    April 23, 2021 at 5:06 pm

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    For other uses, see Latino (disambiguation).
    The term Latino (/læˈtiːnoʊ, lə-/),[1] along with its feminine form Latina, is a noun and adjective often used in English, Spanish and Portuguese to refer to people in the United States with cultural ties to Latin America.

    Within the Latino community itself in the United States, there is some variation in how the term is defined or used.[further explanation needed] Various governmental agencies, especially the U.S. Census Bureau, have specific definitions of Latino which may or may not agree with community usage. These agencies also employ the term Hispanic, which includes Spaniards, whereas Latino does not. Conversely, Latino includes Brazilians, but Hispanic does not.

    Usage of the term is mostly limited to the United States. Residents of Central and South American countries usually refer to themselves by national origin, rarely as Latino. Because of this, many Latin American scholars, journalists, and indigenous-rights organizations have objected to the mass-media use of the word to refer to all people of Latin-American background.

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    Further information: Latin America § Origins
    Look up América Latina, Amérique latine, or Latin America in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
    In the English language, the term Latino is a loan word from American Spanish.[2][3] (Oxford Dictionaries attributes the origin to Latin-American Spanish.[4]) Its origin is generally given as a shortening of latinoamericano, Spanish for ‘Latin American’.[5] The Oxford English Dictionary traces its usage to 1946.[2]

    Juan Francisco Martinez writes that Latino has its origins in the French term Amérique latine, coined in the mid-19th century to identify areas of the Americas colonized by Romance-speaking people and used to justify French intervention in Latin American affairs.[6]

    By the late 1850s, with the loss of California to Anglo-Americans or the United States, owing to the Mexican-American War, the term latino was being used in local California newspapers such as El Clamor Publico by californios writing about America latina and Latinoamerica, and identifying themselves as latinos as the abbreviated term for their “hemispheric membership in la raza latina”.[7]

    Usage Edit
    Community usage Edit
    Both Hispanic and Latino are generally used to denote people living in the United States,[8][9] so much so that “Outside the United States, we don’t speak of Latinos; we speak of Mexicans, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, and so forth.”[10][11] In Latin America, the term latino is not a common endonym and its usage in Spanish as a demonym is restricted to the Latin American-descended population of the United States, but this is not always the case. The exception is Spain where “Latino” is a common demonym for immigrants from Latin America.

    Governmental usage Edit
    The U.S. government Office of Management and Budget has defined Hispanic or Latino people as “a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race”.[12] The United States Census uses the ethnonym Hispanic or Latino to refer to “a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race”.[13] The Census Bureau also explains that “[o]rigin can be viewed as the heritage, nationality group, lineage, or country of birth of the person or the person’s ancestors before their arrival in the United States. People who identify their origin as Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish may be of any race.”[14] Hence the U.S. Census and the OMB are using the terms differently. The U.S. Census and the OMB use the terms interchangeably, where both terms are synonyms. According to a study by the Pew Research Center, the majority (51%) of Hispanic and Latino Americans prefer to identify with their families’ country of origin, while only 24% prefer the term Hispanic or Latino.[15]

    Style guides Edit
    The AP Stylebook’s recommended usage of Latino in Latin America includes not only persons of Spanish-speaking ancestry, but also more generally includes persons “from – or whose ancestors were from – … Latin America, including Brazilians”. However, in the recent past, the term Latinos was also applied to people from the Caribbean region,[16] but those from former French, Dutch and British colonies are excluded.[17]

    Contrast with Hispanic Edit
    Main article: Hispanic and Latino Americans
    Further information: Hispanic and Latino (ethnic categories)
    Whereas Latino designates someone with roots in Latin America, the term Hispanic in contrast is a demonym that includes Spaniards and other speakers of the Spanish language.[18][19][20][better source needed]

    The term Latino was officially adopted in 1997 by the United States Government in the ethnonym Hispanic or Latino, which replaced the single term Hispanic: “Because regional usage of the terms differs – Hispanic is commonly used in the eastern portion of the United States, whereas Latino is commonly used in the western portion.”[12]

    U.S. official use of the term Hispanic has its origins in the 1970 census. The Census Bureau attempted to identify all Hispanics by use of the following criteria in sampled sets:[21]

    Spanish speakers and persons belonging to a household where Spanish was spoken
    Persons with Spanish heritage by birth location
    Persons who self-identify with Latin America, excluding Brazil
    Neither “Hispanic” nor “Latino” refers to a race, as a person of Latino/Hispanic ethnicity can be of any race.[22][23] Like non-Latinos, a Latino can be of any race or combination of races: White American / Caucasian, Black / African American, Asian American, Native American / Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander American, or two or more ethnicities. While Brazilian Americans are not included with Hispanics and Latinos in the government’s census population reports, any Brazilian American can report as being Hispanic or Latino since Hispanic or Latino origin is, like race or ethnicity, a matter of self-identification.[22][24]

    Other federal and local government agencies and non-profit organizations include Brazilians and Portuguese in their definition of Hispanic. The U.S. Department of Transportation defines Hispanic Americans as, “persons of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican, Central or South American, or other Spanish or Portuguese culture or origin, regardless of race”.[25] This definition has been adopted by the Small Business Administration as well as by many federal, state, and municipal agencies for the purposes of awarding government contracts to minority owned businesses. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus and the Congressional Hispanic Conference include representatives of Spanish and Portuguese descent. The Hispanic Society of America is dedicated to the study of the arts and cultures of Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. Each year since 1997 the International Latino Book Award is conferred to the best achievements in Spanish or Portuguese literature at BookExpo America, the largest publishing trade show in the United States. The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, which proclaims itself the champion of Hispanic success in higher education, has member institutions in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Latin America, Spain, and Portugal.

    Some authorities of American English maintain a distinction between the terms “Hispanic” and “Latino”:

    Though often used interchangeably in American English, Hispanic and Latino are not identical terms, and in certain contexts the choice between them can be significant. Hispanic, from the Latin word for “Spain,” has the broader reference, potentially encompassing all Spanish-speaking peoples in both hemispheres and emphasizing the common denominator of language among communities that sometimes have little else in common. Latino—which in Spanish and Portuguese means “Latin” but which as an English word is probably a shortening of the Spanish word latinoamericano—refers more exclusively to persons or communities of Latin American origin. Of the two, only Hispanic can be used in referring to Spain and its history and culture; a native of Spain residing in the United States is a Hispanic, not a Latino, and one cannot substitute Latino in the phrase the Hispanic influence on native Mexican cultures without garbling the meaning. In practice, however, this distinction is of little significance when referring to residents of the United States, most of whom are of Latin American origin and can theoretically be called by either word. – American Heritage Dictionary [26]

    The AP Stylebook also distinguishes between the terms Hispanic and Latino. The Stylebook limits the term Hispanic to people “from – or whose ancestors were from – a Spanish-speaking land or culture”. It provides a more expansive definition, however, of the term Latino. The Stylebook definition of Latino includes not only people of Spanish-speaking ancestry, but also more generally includes persons “from – or whose ancestors were from – . . . Latin America”. The Stylebook specifically lists “Brazilian” as an example of a group which can be considered Latino.

    There were 28 categories tabulated in the 2000 United States Census: Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican Republic; Central American: Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Panamanian, Salvadoran, Other Central American; South American: Argentinian, Bolivian, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Paraguayan, Peruvian, Uruguayan, Venezuelan, Other South American; Other Hispanic or Latino: Spaniard, Spanish, Spanish American, All other Hispanic or Latino.[27]

    In other regions Edit
    In rare cases, Latino is also used to refer to Filipinos, who share many cultural characteristics with Latin Americans due to a history of rule by Spain and the United States, but who are also typically classified as Southeast Asian.[28][page needed]

    Debates Edit
    Further information: Hispanic and Latino (ethnic categories)
    The use of the term Latino, despite its increasing popularity, is still highly debated among those who are called by the name.[29][30] Since the adoption of the term by the U.S. Census Bureau[31] and its subsequent widespread use, there have been several controversies and disagreements, especially in the United States and, to a lesser extent, in Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries. Since it is an arbitrary generic term,[according to whom?] many Latin American scholars, journalists, and indigenous-rights organisations have objected to the mass-media use of the word “Latino”, pointing out that such ethnonyms are optional and should be used only to describe people involved in the practices, ideologies, and identity politics of their supporters.[32][33][34][35] Journalist Rodolfo Acuña writes:

    When and why the Latino identity came about is a more involved story. Essentially, politicians, the media, and marketers find it convenient to deal with the different U.S. Spanish-speaking people under one umbrella. However, many people with Spanish surnames contest the term Latino. They claim it is misleading because no Latino or Hispanic nationality exists since no Latino state exists, so generalizing the term Latino slights the various national identities included under the umbrella.[36]

    Similar and related terms Edit
    Further information: Latinx
    Attempts have been made to introduce gender-neutral language into Spanish by changing the ending of Latino, as in the terms [email protected], Latine,[37] Latino/a,[38] and Latinx.[39][40]

    See also Edit
    Chicano
    Latin American Australians
    Latin American Canadians
    Latin Union
    Latino diaspora
    Latino (disambiguation)
    Latino studies
    List of Latinos in film
    Race and ethnicity in the United States Census
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    Gutierrez, Ramon A.; Almaguer, Tomas (2016). The New Latino Studies Reader: A Twenty-First-Century Perspective. University of California Press. p. 2. ISBN 978-0-520-28484-5. OCLC 1043876740.
    Martinez, Juan Francisco (2009). “Identity (Latino/a vs. Hispanic)”. In Miguel A. De La Torre (ed.). Hispanic American Religious Cultures. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO. p. 292. ISBN 978-1-59884-139-8. OCLC 774498013.
    Gutierrez, Ramon A. (2016). “What’s in a Name?”. In Gutierrez, Ramon A.; Almaguer, Tomas (eds.). The New Latino Studies Reader: A Twenty-First-Century Perspective. Berkeley: University of California Press. p. 34]. ISBN 978-0-520-28484-5. OCLC 1043876740. The word latinoamericano emerged in the years following the wars of independence in Spain’s former colonies. […] By the late 1850s, californios were writing in newspapers about their membership in América latina (Latin America) and latinoamerica, calling themselves latinos as the shortened name for their hemispheric membership in la raza latina.
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    Flores, Juan; Jiménez Román, Miriam (November 30, 2009). “Triple-Consciousness? Approaches to Afro-Latino Culture in the United States”. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies. Tandf. 4 (3): 319–328. doi:10.1080/17442220903331662. S2CID 144948747.
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    Further reading Edit
    The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States, 4 Vols., Oxford University Press, 2006, ISBN 0-19-515600-5
    Miguel A. De La Torre (ed.), Hispanic American Religious Cultures, 2 Vols., ABC-CLIO Publishers, 2009, ISBN 978-1-59884-139-8
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    • Judge dread
      April 24, 2021 at 3:31 am

      You do not know anyone who is not white. All of the South Korean’s, Israelis, Germans, Japanese and French that I know from NYC speak perfect English. So fuck you you’re just faggot just copying and pasting from wikipedia you have no non-white friends. You are not special. I hope you die of AIDS or Cancer.

      I bet you could not tell a South Korean from a Chinese from a Vietnamese to a Japanese. Go fuck yourself you shit house impersonator.

  • Inflamed Anus
    April 23, 2021 at 4:38 pm

    “Maybe they need to look under the boulders that he just had moved in his yard”, “Someone should talk to the driver of that excavator”. I guess she wasn’t there huh ladies!!!

  • Inflamed Anus
    April 23, 2021 at 4:28 pm

    Sooooo………this guys getting divorced, obviously if they are in the middle of a divorce there’s no lost love there, we all know these assholes that say, “we still loved and cared for each other” while going through a divorce are completely full of shit! His soon to be ex goes missing, her douchbag friends are upset he isn’t acting like they are still happily married, and making terrible accusations about him. I don’t blame the guy, I think anything he says at this point will just incite the mob of douchbags. I’m impressed he was able to ignore them and not be baited into saying something he’d later regret, like fuck off you cunt!

  • Joe Friday
    April 23, 2021 at 3:57 pm

    Follow the money. Was there a life insurance policy on her, who benefitted? What was she looking for in the divorce? He had some involvement…

  • observer
    April 23, 2021 at 3:44 pm

    I’m not buying into this Theory.
    Sure the Lawyer is the number one suspect to the police.
    But I don’t like a Facebook mob going after someone.

  • Neo classical conservative
    April 23, 2021 at 3:44 pm

    Autopsy results matter.

    My guess is oui into the river and then the river and or the cold did the work.

    He’s entitled to dance a jig if he wants.

    And yes, release the kraken by all means.

    • Dr. Ed
      April 24, 2021 at 12:14 pm

      Do not forget the Event Data Recorder — if the vehicle went into the river at full throttle, the cops know that. This very well could be a suicide.

      Likewise, she well may have been down to DC on January 6th. She may have been contacted by the FBI. She wouldn’t be the first person to have committed suicide after that.

      The cops may know this, *and* have the FBI “asking” them not to mention it.

  • Shakespeare
    April 23, 2021 at 3:43 pm

    Much ado about nothing. Maybe the guy is grieving in his own way. Maybe he’s just non-plussed about it…

  • Captain Trips
    Captain Trips
    April 23, 2021 at 3:38 pm

    “I was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, and I hit a police cruiser. But it was dropped because my insurance paid it.”

    No sweets, OUR insurance paid it. Why do you think rates go up?

    Nice POS ambulance-chasing attorney as well.

    Both losers.

  • Facebook Detective
    April 23, 2021 at 3:16 pm

    Mr. Oberhauser,
    You are charged with being a divorced man that plays golf, and doesn’t give a damned about your deceased EX….and I thought I saw you smile!

    • Judge Roughchip
      April 23, 2021 at 4:21 pm

      Mr. Oberhauser,
      Please stand for this Court’s decision, and kindly refrain from cleaning your shoes at the present time.
      The jury of 4-some finds you GUILTY of all charges. I hereby sentence you to 20 years of weekend sweeps at The Villages, with the opportunity to leave the facility, on occasion, for strictly health and welfare purposes, under close supervision by the younger female staff.
      Fare well, Mr. Oberhauser!
      Course Starter, Take him away!

  • Boston Irish
    April 23, 2021 at 3:12 pm

    Wife and dog missing,
    Reward for the dog!

    • Casino Scum
      April 23, 2021 at 7:55 pm

      How come no Irish guys want to be Mayor of Boston anymore???? Or even any plain old normal white guys???? I mean Boston might be ready for a black mayor, or even a woman mayor but not a black AND woman at the same time mayor !!!! Jaysus H Christ! Plus I also suspect this particular specimen may also be a damn gay lesbian!!!!
      WTF has our fair city cone to?!?!?!
      Oh well fuck it, I live in Vegas now, enjoy your winters 😉

  • The Thin Blue Penis
    April 23, 2021 at 3:02 pm

    All I’m saying… he better not have a busted taillight!

  • Krispen Wah
    April 23, 2021 at 2:47 pm

    Did the Barboza Uber pick her up too?

  • Matt Dizio
    April 23, 2021 at 2:47 pm

    Did you ever notice, these things usually happen to attorneys and not shelf stockers at Target?

  • Spic Tormentor
    April 23, 2021 at 2:40 pm

    She probably couldn’t keep her FUCKING MOUTH SHUT during a Uconn game

  • Joe Biden
    April 23, 2021 at 2:31 pm

    Wears a mask during a video conference call. For fuck sake!

    • Facks
      April 23, 2021 at 2:38 pm

      Better than catching a deadly virus. Derp.

      • Better Facks
        April 23, 2021 at 5:38 pm

        Through the internets. Double derp.

        I, for one, would love to see the virus transmitted via ZuckBook to these imbeciles.

  • Barry Goldwater
    April 23, 2021 at 2:24 pm

    “He also bought into the whole Dominion machine conspiracy theory, which turned out to be baseless.”

    What a fucking ignorant and stupid sentence. “Baseless”, based on what, joe Xiden and heels up harris saying they are baseless? You fucking retard, two audits are about to start to one in New Hampshire and one in Arizona that will hopefully settle the issue. Stick to shaming teaches and nurses and stay out of politics.

    • Sidney
      April 23, 2021 at 2:49 pm

      Release the Kraken

  • BucketNutz
    Not Charles Stuart
    April 23, 2021 at 2:21 pm

    Seems like a LONG stretch, TB. You should know better than to trust internet accusations.
    Now…..if he was accusing a black guy, then maybe.

  • The Number of the Beast
    April 23, 2021 at 2:18 pm

    Beast Lightening finds her way into more and more stories, even if indirectly. She has an extremely strong case for Ratchet of the Year. Big Black Asshole still should win due to the peso stuff, but man lets not take our eyes of the Beast!

  • z
    April 23, 2021 at 2:02 pm

    Dominion voting machines are on the level?????? Please…

    • Spic Tormentor
      April 23, 2021 at 2:38 pm

      If you have evidence you really should present it to the people and companies being sued by Dominion for libel

      • Fraudulent Concept
        April 23, 2021 at 9:11 pm

        Below you will find the description of what Dominion does. The concept is FLAWED and WRONG from the get go.

        In the real world, the Chinese Government downloaded the entirety of the US government employee information a few years ago from the Office of Personnel Management. That was an Obama era penetration. So if you think there are any “secure” servers, well, you are naive at best. In that event, the ChiComs got the records of every US operative, agent, guard, clerk, etc. If there was any way to compromise those characters, it was going to happen now.

        Networked computers are always prone to intrusions, attacks, malware, DoS attacks, etc. Ask Hillary about her server with the classified documents on it. The fact of networked computer operations in an election is in itself a gross opportunity for election fraud. Maybe it wasn’t the Dems, maybe it was the Chinese.

        The best way for a computer system to be secure is for it to be off the grid, but as the Iranians found with Stuxnet, even then there are ways of altering the data there.

        DOMINION: The system is setup in a client server configuration, with all election data stored on the servers. This facilitates backups, and the server drives are encrypted. The Election Management System (EMS) and RTR servers utilize Dell Self Encrypting Drive (SED) Technology. These drives are provisioned with a key at installation time, and the EMS database files are stored under the encrypted disk drives. The encryption platform utilizes a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) certified hardware based cryptographic engine which provides real-time encryption and decryption of data using AES-256 algorithms.

  • Death
    April 23, 2021 at 1:59 pm

    I got $100 on more than half these broads support blm and defunding the police, yet here they are crying for the police to work OT because there friend is dead….awww too bad so sad! 3.4 billion to go.

  • Spic Tormentor
    April 23, 2021 at 1:45 pm

    Wife looks like the type that was probably hanging out at bars with her friends all the time, getting shit faced then letting any random guy go balls deep in all 3 holes. Probably even let feral nіggers run train. I don’t agree with what he did, but I understand.

    • Wow!
      April 23, 2021 at 2:03 pm

      Spoken like somebody who was probably diddled by somebody from the clergy.

      File your lawsuit and go bite a pillow already.

      • Wellington Circle Underwear Faggot
        April 23, 2021 at 2:39 pm

        Actually my money is he got ass raped by the gardener and was forced to say “mas papi” during

        • Wellington Circle Underwear Faggot
          April 23, 2021 at 2:45 pm

          Ah, who am I fooling, that happened to me!

          • Wellington Circle Underwear Faggot
            April 23, 2021 at 3:16 pm

            Do it again and I’ll shut down this comment section.

          • Rick Astley
            April 23, 2021 at 3:20 pm

            We’re no strangers to love
            You know the rules and so do I
            A full commitment’s what I’m thinking of
            You wouldn’t get this from any other guy

            I just wanna tell you how I’m feeling
            Gotta make you understand

            Never gonna give you up
            Never gonna let you down
            Never gonna run around and desert you
            Never gonna make you cry
            Never gonna say goodbye
            Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you

            We’ve known each other for so long
            Your heart’s been aching but you’re too shy to say it
            Inside we both know what’s been going on
            We know the game and we’re gonna play it

            And if you ask me how I’m feeling
            Don’t tell me you’re too blind to see

            Never gonna give you up
            Never gonna let you down
            Never gonna run around and desert you
            Never gonna make you cry
            Never gonna say goodbye
            Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you
            Never gonna give you up
            Never gonna let you down
            Never gonna run around and desert you
            Never gonna make you cry
            Never gonna say goodbye
            Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you

            (Ooh give you up)
            (Ooh give you up)
            (Ooh) Never gonna give, never gonna give
            (Give you up)
            (Ooh) Never gonna give, never gonna give
            (Give you up)

            We’ve known each other for so long
            Your heart’s been aching but you’re too shy to say it
            Inside we both know what’s been going on
            We know the game and we’re gonna play it

            I just wanna tell you how I’m feeling
            Gotta make you understand

            Never gonna give you up
            Never gonna let you down
            Never gonna run around and desert you
            Never gonna make you cry
            Never gonna say goodbye
            Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you
            Never gonna give you up
            Never gonna let you down
            Never gonna run around and desert you
            Never gonna make you cry
            Never gonna say goodbye
            Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you
            Never gonna give you up
            Never gonna let you down
            Never gonna run around and desert you
            Never gonna make you cry

          • Wellington Circle Underwear Faggot
            April 23, 2021 at 3:20 pm

            Go ahead. Post with my handle. Make a funny joke. It’s too cold to dance outside today.

            Give me a reason to work on my code and shut down all comments on this site indefinitely. Please.

            My husband is from Ecuador Mr. Spic Tormentor, so you are already the single name on my shit list.

            So please, please, please, give me a reason to do right by him and end the conversations here forever so you and your racist username don’t get any more attention ever again.

            Give. Me. A. Reason.

          • Wellington Circle Underwear Faggot
            April 23, 2021 at 4:06 pm

            I am the real Matt Dizio

          • Wellington Circle Underwear Faggot
            April 23, 2021 at 4:07 pm

            That’s what I thought bitch.

          • WeIlington Circle Underwear Faggot
            April 23, 2021 at 10:22 pm

            “Give me a reason to work on my code and shut down all comments on this site indefinitely”

            LMAAAAOOOO you fucking clown hahahah. If you could do it, you would… you wouldn’t brag about it in the comment section

          • Jalajhia's runny snatch
            April 24, 2021 at 6:21 pm

            people from Ecuador are spics, they marry fat white bitches from the US and once they’re here they dump the whale
            kamala is an ignorant slut and a complete fraud like biden

  • R Lee Ermey
    April 23, 2021 at 1:33 pm

    Just another example of how social media is ruining society, even for husbands who don’t actually care about their ex wife.

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