Husband Of Missing Clarksburg Woman Kills Himself Days After Turtleboy Blog On His Suspicious Online Behavior And 2 Days After Dan Margolis Said We’d Force Someone To Commit Suicide
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Last night on Turtleboy Live SSTG was on and the first thing we talked about was the topic of this blog. So if you don’t wanna read the 500 words that follow this, then just watch the first 10-15 minutes of last night’s show:
The other day a 40 year old substitute teacher named Dan Margolis wrote a blog in which he said several times that Turtleboy would eventually be responsible for someone’s suicide:
“Will Turtleboy Sports cause someone to commit suicide? If they continue to do what they do, the answer is: probably. And then all of those who participated or enabled will have some amount of blood on their hands, some more than others.”
Of course we know that only a moron would blame other people for someone’s suicide. And only a vile piece of human garbage would use a tragedy to attack a blog they don’t like.
Well, the timing was interesting, because we published this blog just one day before the Dan Margolis butthurt blog. It was about Jo Ringer, the woman from Clarksburg who has been missing since March 4. We basically pointed out that people were beginning to become suspicious of her husband for some of the things he was positing on social media, and the fact that he wasn’t involving himself in the searches with other loved ones.
Once again, we did not share our opinion as to whether or not he actually did it. We just pointed out what was happening on the Facebook page that Chad Reidy was running.
Then yesterday the news was broken that Chad Reidy committed suicide:
“The husband of Joanne “Jo” Ringer, the 39-year-old Clarksburg woman who hasn’t been seen since March 2, was found dead at his home by police on Friday, according to a statement released by the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office. 42-year-old Charles “Chad” Reidy was discovered dead inside his garage, after police officers responded to his home on Halls Ground Road for a well-being check. Police say that, from the evidence gathered at the scene, it appears that Reidy committed suicide.”
So a million people have sent us this story, because it’s so cryptic that it happened a day or two after Dan Margolis wrote that blog. No doubt they’ll be jumping all over this one. They’ll blame Turtleboy for bullying a grieving and loving husband into suicide. Because pretty much everything is Turtleboy’s fault to these low class troglodytes. Just wait for it.
But again, all we did was report what people were saying on this very underreported story. Like this:
“She’s where I belong.”
What could that possibly mean? Someone opined last night that “she’s where I belong” meant that she was in heaven, and he wanted to be there with her. But once again, that’s just a theory. I have no idea what this means. All I know is it sounds shady. That’s just a fact. The key words are “where I belong.” To me that implies that he knows something and is riddled with guilt. But that’s just me. You can form whatever opinion you want.
We DARE them to blame this one on us. If Chad Reidy didn’t look guilty before, he certainly does now. If he thought she was really missing and could possibly come home, as he has claimed several times in interviews, then why would he kill himself? He did it because he knows she’s dead. And at the very least he’s been dishonest throughout this process. Eventually they’ll find her, and if they end up proving he was involved then anyone who blames this on Turtleboy would be defending a murderer. Par for the course.
Anyway, if he was involved then it’s gonna make it a lot harder to find Jo Ringer. All I know is, this story is really only making headlines in Western MA, and I feel like more media attention could finally bring some answers.
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