DOING AN LB (Setup)
Where was LB standing when the sheriff arrived?
She was coming from the bushes looking sly.
Why wasn’t she in her car with tears in her eyes?
I mean she said she was getting into her car when
she was attacked…
Why didn’t she slam her car door or fight back?
There were cuts on her upper and lower arm.
Why didn’t LB call 911 right away
if there was so much harm?
No, she came out of her car towards me
Screaming and yelling…
Then I held her arm and told her to get off my
She stopped, was quiet and I let go
While Mike handed her his cell phone…
He said “Call 911 she is going to jail”
I pushed phone out of his hand
On to the ground it did land…
Of course LB took off running behind bushes while Mike did stand
Stand in front of Sue while LB thought of what to do…
Of course he stopped me from me making my 911 call
But my call through to 911 first
While Mike and LB were cutting her arm then Mike came back to curse…
Curse at Sue for it is on the 911 call…
Getting Sue mad and take the fall.
Then of course LB called 911 and said she didn’t know my name
That was a part of her delusional deceitful game.
LB even wrote the same false information on police report too
So Sue could go to the place where they wear blue.
The “Discovery” in this case in the end…
Is about LB taking advantage of the system…
with her delusional boyfriend.
Now, this “accused false crime” is on my record for life…
How can the “System” be changed to not bring more strife?
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