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  • Ryan

    Member
    February 23, 2022 at 7:07 pm
    Newbie

    As far as it being him, I am not 100%, but using a linked relative off of a background check, compared to a photo he posted in 2009 on a different facebook page that he no longer uses, what I believe to be his daughter has not only confirmed an address that I suspected to be his but also that he is who he says he is (and that he is a ‘scam…bum…and owes back child support’

    I have tried to reach out to a few people on a radio forum (his scams from the 2009 area), which I will post links to, but the forum administrators refuse to allow my post, probably because I am new to the site.

    I have been trying to contact people who have met him face to face for 100% verification but with no luck. Hopefully I can get lucky here at some point

    https://forums.radioreference.com/threads/heeees-baaack.43224/page-9

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