South Shore Turtlegirl published what has turned out to be one of the most unpopular blogs in the history of Turtleboy earlier this week. This one, about a vigilante vajstain who received the praise of many after forcing an alleged bike thief to roll in the mud, and then assaulted him by hitting him in the face with handful of mud while he was driving away. The video has been pulled down from Facebook but has since been uploaded to YouTube:
For the record, I’m with SSTG. Bike thieves suck, but I refuse to have life lessons taught by some vigilante junkie who provided no proof that the kid in the video was guilty of what he accused him of. Quite frankly I was embarrassed for all the people ball washing this loser and congratulating him on teaching the alleged thief a lesson. Great blog on her part. He’s an attention whore who wanted to prove what a hardo he was, and he broke the law on video in order to prove it.
I called the East Bridgewater Police today after hearing a rumor that Chris Martin was arrested. They confirmed to me that they are aware of the video but they can’t comment because it’s an ongoing investigation. I also spoke with Zach, the alleged thief. He wants to clear his name and share his side of the story so he’ll be joining me on YouTube Live tonight after the Bruins game. Chris Martin is also welcomed to come on if he’s not in jail, and I’ve messaged him on Facebook to extend an invitation. You can watch it by subscribing to our YouTube channel by clicking here, or just watch it live on this blog.
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