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I thought we were gonna go without a “my kid found a razor blade in his Halloween candy” scam this year, but then Marshfield reared its ugly head and made an appearance:
Oh for fuck’s sake. A sewing needle? They’re not even trying anymore. Newsflash – the only way this could’ve happened if there were no puncture holes in the wrapper, is if the manufacturer did it. And I find that hard to believe. Either way, since the manufacturer was the ONLY person who could’ve accidentally put this in there, it serves no purpose to call the police about it. You only call the cops if you think someone in your neighborhood did it. The only thing that you will accomplish by alerting the local police is getting everyone all riled up for nothing.
But of course that’s what these people want – attention. We know the manufacturer didn’t do it, because that’s not a thing that happens. Instead an attention starved BLT-123 just made it up because it was her turn to go viral on Facebook. These people aren’t even in it for the GoFundMe, they just like attention. I’d post some pictures of “Jes Keating” but of course her Facebook page is down. Should’ve screenshotted last night, but her page is FILLED with virtue signaling, attention starved bullshit. She may or may not be a member of the BLT-123 community, and she posted a lot about Question 3. I didn’t see any signs on her page that she had a sister who was a cop, but her parents were on the news last night:
Coincidentally she shut down her Facebook page after so many people in a Marshfield Facebook forum call her out on her shenanigans. Then she regrouped and came back hours later with this:
We started responding to her last night, and once the questions got tough she once again deleted her Facebook page.
No one trained us for that situation? Your initial post literally said your sister was a Boston cop:
So we are to believe that a law enforcement officer elected to have her sister go on Facebook and post this, instead of quietly contacting law enforcement and having them investigate it. Oh yea, that happened.
According to her the “family member” who found it didn’t want to make a big deal out of it, and was planning on contacting the manufacturer. Then for unknown reasons she abruptly changed her mind and her Boston PD sister instructed her to take to Facebook in order to warn everyone about the guy in the neighborhood handing out needle candy.
But wait….if you guys thought the manufacturer put the needle in there then why would you feel the need to alert the community? It’s not like someone in the neighborhood intentionally did it. Here’s a better question why are the MPD saying that two separate pieces of candy had needles?
Because it that happened you can be assured it was not the manufacturer. And since there are no holes in the wrapper and couldn’t have been an evil neighbor, that only leaves you hun. Looks like she might want to get her story straight:
But then she told Clarence she wasn’t trying to freak out the neighborhood, and was sure it was the manufacturer:
Yea, the last thing she wanted to do was make people think someone in the neighborhood did this. Naturally then she called the cops and posted on a community Facebook forum.
The reason people do this is because it works. They crave attention more than anything else, and they know gullible idiots like this will fall for it:
Oh snap!! It’s an epidemic y’all!!! A quick search on the Google machine brings us to this Youtube video from last year in New York, when another attention craving skag coincidentally found a needle in…….her kid’s Twizzlers!!
What are the odds?
And check out the nail polish she had on in that video:
Where have I seen nail polish like that before?
Oh right, Marshfield. What are the odds? In fairness those nails are rounded in the top video, but I’m guessing she saw this video, got inspired by the Internet the poster got for it, and decided that it was her turn this year.
Pro tip – if you’re gonna try to pull one of these attention seeking scams on Halloween, don’t do it with a Twizzlers. You’ll give yourself away. Everyone knows that Twizzlers are the last thing kids eat from their Halloween candy, right after Good n’ Plenty and Almond Joy. They always start with Snickers, Milky Way, and Reeces. No child has ever eaten a Twizzlers on Halloween night itself. Save this stunt for Veteran’s Day weekend.
Anyway, this made WBZ News last night and of course they’re reporting it like it’s completely 100% true:
Poor David E. Wade. Always falling for some bullshit.
Jes’ mother Carol was in that video, and they apparently had gone trick or treating with her sister’s kid at Carol’s house. So we went to Carol’s Facebook page to see if we could find out if her other daughter was in fact a cop. We found this:
As you can see her sister’s name is Regan. But after publishing this blog we spoke with Regan and she made it clear that she is not the sister Jes was referring to. That would be her older sister who lives in Boston, but is not in fact a Boston Police Officer. So Jes made that part up. And if she’s willing to lie about that to a bunch of strangers on Facebook, then she’s willing to lie about anything.
If you watch that video you hear the chief’s tone. He’s taking this seriously, like it really happened. Because that’s what cops do. And when you make something up like this you tie up police resources and steal from taxpayers. So yea, hopefully their investigation centers around our BLT-123 friend, who is obviously making this all up for attention.