photo is faded, washed out, doesn’t match clarity of picture frame, rough, cut out edges on head.
Does this look like a real picture in 2013? Not to me. Yet another chapter in the Amanda Todd led-bullying fakery psyOpera. Interesting choice of first names – Todd, to create linkage to the previous major hoax.
Kim Loik says she told her 15-year-old son Todd to ignore the bullies and the constant barrage of insults they were sending to him on Facebook and through texts on his cellphone.
On the night of Sept. 8, he received another taunt, she said.
“I told him to go to bed and not worry about it,” his mom recalled Wednesday, though sniffles and sobs.
I’ve always been a big fan of Blatchford. She is a solid writer, tugging on emotions and writing with a very straight up style.
I’d like to think she’s an unaware dupe in this psyop. Still, it’s hard to believe with all her contacts that someone hasn’t told her this is all fakery.
It was a dog’s breakfast of a file – with the singular feature, almost unheard of in a sexual assault complaint, of an independent witness – that led police and prosecutors to conclude they couldn’t charge anyone in the Rehtaeh Parsons case.
With information from sources close to the investigation, Postmedia has learned that much of the accepted gospel about the case – teenager is gang-raped, humiliated by the circulation of a cruel picture of the assault, then abandoned by the justice system and driven to suicide – is incomplete.