Well said, and painfully unaware

“Her followers are motivated by rumors, suspicions and half truths just like the people committing these deadly shootings and sending pipe bombs. Any day one of the crazies…. could pick up a gun or mail a pipe bomb and perhaps end someones life…”

That was posted in the comments section of Blinkoncrime.com the other day. Those comments are critical of a Facebook page that the poster takes issue with.

What is amazing about those comments, is that they perfectly describe Shannon Stoy’s website. Shannon Stoy published my address, name, license plate number, etc. in connection with a child abduction (which has been solved), based on half truths and complete fabrications. The exact type of scenario described in the above post is the kind of scenario that Shannon Stoy created all the time on her website. Creating an atmosphere of “rumors, suspicions, and half truths”.

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1 thought on “Well said, and painfully unaware

  1. Yes, it appears Blink has abandoned her blog with the exception of a weak thread about a missing little boy, a thread in which she and her now handful of posters have taken delight in disparaging the boy’s parents. I will never understand this brand of narcissism and hate.

    She has accused innocent people of crimes and never apologizes when someone unrelated is arrested and charged. Some people have fought back, but she never admits she was wrong. Even some mothers of murdered victims have attempted to call her out.

    May this holiday season bring peace to the families of the murdered and missing and to those she has falsely accused.

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