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If you haven’t been following the story about missing Springfield man Achim Bailey and the questionable circumstances in which volunteer Dante Pagan discovered his fully functional cell phone 12 days after he went missing, then read this and then this.
Now that you’re caught up, we received this in our inbox today:
Oh goody, another Internet lawsuit!
For the record, I never actually came out and said this guy is a murderer in the blog I wrote. I just pointed out how he lied about finding a working phone underneath a bridge by the railroad tracks. For starters, if it was there for 12 days it would’ve been destroyed from the snowstorm and ensuing downpour that melted it all. Secondly, he said he got there at 5 AM when it was pitch black outside. Thirdly, he said he found the phone underneath a bridge on the railroad tracks, which he believes explains why it wasn’t damaged by snow.
But anyone who’s ever survived a New England winter knows that a 50 foot bridge isn’t going to protect what’s underneath it from the elements. And more importantly, this is a picture a volunteer at the scene sent to us from where he found the phone.
As you can see, he lied about finding it underneath a bridge.
Fourthly, he contradicted himself when he first said that he picked up the phone because it was about to get run over by a train:
But he previously said he picked it up because homeless people were coming.
Lie, after lie, after lie. These are not debatable. It doesn’t mean he killed Achim Baily, but it does mean he’s a liar. Obviously we would never threaten him or condone anyone else doing that, but we can’t control how people react to our factually based reporting. So we look forward to hearing from this Internet iPhone salesman’s attorney to discuss the massive lawsuit coming our way on Monday.
In the meantime, I wonder if his lawyer advised him to do this:
That’s James Villalobos from Western Mass news, who has been covering this story extensively. Evidently Dante’s imaginary lawyer advised him to sit down and do a Facebook Live session with him at some point on Sunday. Check his page for updates, because I’m sure it’s going to be mind blowing.
P.S. Abi started hitting on him and he wasn’t pleased. He responded by pretending to be his baby momma who by all means can’t stand his guts.
Double P.S. He posted this yesterday.
That should help ease suspicions.