Beguilement for Hire

Who paid the Quack?  Do you feel like you got your money’s worth?  Think again.  You’ve been hornswoggled.  The Quack has exploited your family’s tragedy.  And for what?  To prolong the agonizing wait for resolution.  To delay the inevitable.  To make a buck and a name for himself by providing a false sense of comfort to one family while revictimizing the other.  That comfort will not last.  The Quack’s convoluted machinations of dubious information are being sorted out.  His endeavor will not change the outcome.  One family will eventually be faced again with the truth.  The second impact of that truth will be more painful than the initial because it will be compounded by the shame and outrage of realizing that they were misled and that they paid the Quack to mislead them.  The other family will endure the continued assault and persevere because their eyes are set on the horizon and the justice that approaches, slowly but surely. 

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7 comments so far

  1. gojo1 on

    I thought at first you were talking about the Young murder. But your information doesn’t fit that. So, what are you talking about?

  2. Jane on

    In what way does it not fit?

  3. gojo1 on

    I reckon you wrote it in such a generalized way on purpose. Take this for example: “The Quack’s convoluted machinations of dubious information are being sorted out.” It could mean you’ve sorted out information in the Natalee Holloway case. Or it could mean you’ve sorted out information the Quack gave you about Michelle. Who knows?

    You’ll notice no one else has commented. That may be because no one knows what you’re talking about.

  4. Average Jane on

    You’ve commented. Does that mean you know what I’m talking about?

  5. Mels on

    I know who you’re talking about and totally agree.

  6. Average Jane on

    Welcome and thanks for the comment, Mels.

  7. Lady_ladybug on

    I know who you’re talking about and I agree completely also!

    I listened to the good “doctor” and his interview with NCWanted and all I could think of was quack, quack, quack all the way to the bank.


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