Daily Commentary – Friday June 1st, 2007 – Spam King Busted
- The arrest of the Spam King in Seattle
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Posted June 1, 2007 by Scared Monkeys
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He should at least have 10 years!
That is… 10 years on a diet of SPAM only!
SM: Hi Robert – DeVries is going to have a show on Sunday covering the NH case. Also, I’m hearing Joran gave an interview with Panorama magazine. Panorama looks something like the National Enquirer and you can’t get the article online. Wondering if you can keep you eye on both the DeVries show and the Panorama article? (klaasend)
I saw the announcement of the DeVries-show last sunday but what I understood it’s a re-airing of the show he did a couple of months ago. (But I’ll keep my eye on it.)
Hadn’t heard of the Panorama interview though. I’ll see if I can get one and maybe translate – parts of – it. Good for letting me know.
SM: Just found a scanned copy of the Panorama interview plus a partial translation (scroll down in this thread). Also, I’m hearing that DeVries is the repeat with some new stuff added about what DeVries thinks about Joran’s book etc (klaasend)
Read the Panorama-interview (reading the scan of that interview almost ruined my eyes…) and the translation of that. Good translation (of the complete interview), only some fragments of Jorans book and thoughts of the interviewer were left out.
So, not much news.
Here are some clips that caught my attention (not very spectacular though):
- Two weeks ago the police investigated Deepaks house to look into that phonecall closer. Especially since the phone call lasted 8 minutes.
- Joran writes in his book that after 15 minutes Satish comes to pick him up (from the fishermans huts) and he steps in the car bare-footed. He left his sportsshoes behind. The police are still investigating the mysterious disappearence of these shoes.
- In his book Joran writes the photoshopped picture was to get back at the National Inquirer. But the photo was to badly manipulated to sell.