The Hoaxes of Jeromie Williams

As we continue to update our sites on the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams, one of our longtime members suggested that we compile a list of the hoaxes he has perpetrated in recent years. This is by no means an exhaustive list, and we will continue to update it, but here are the top ten, or at least, the first ten hoaxes of Jeromie Williams that we have listed:

  1. The LiberalAmerica.org Theft Hoax: Shortly after he was fired on December 5, 2013, by the Editor-in-Chief of LiberalAmerica.org, Tiffany Willis, for inappropriate behaviour, Jeromie tried to “get back at” her by accusing her of theft. Specifically, he claimed that he “designed, was never paid for, and gave no permission for them to use” the LiberalAmerica.org logo. The truth is that a professional designed the logo, was paid, and gave permission, and Jeromie’s input into the process was negligible. He continues to make threats and demand payment for work he never performed.
  2. The Fukushima Radiation Hoax: On April 12, 2013, Jeromie began writing a series of posts that urged everyone to “freak out” about radiation from Fukushima, Japan. He proceeded to try to scare people in North America into thinking their food and water is unsafe, and into buying $350 water filtration systems (from which Jeromie would be paid a $50 commission) so they could “wash [their] food with soap and rinse it in filtered water.” Ultimately, this nonsense has been discredited by everyone from the Nashville Public Policy Examiner to Dr. Adrian Wong, who declared that “Jeromie Williams is a liar. The article he wrote is a lie, based on a fake map that he lied about. This is worse than playing the lottery. At least in a lottery, you have a shot at getting it right.”
  3. The Cleveland “Dogs Tied to Train Tracks” Hoax: On August 16, 2012, Jeromie published and promoted a Cayr Ariel Wulff story about “three dogs that were tied to a train track near Scranton Rd. on Cleveland’s west side leaving two dogs dead, and one traumatized.” Again, it was all a lie. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported that “Police have determined that no dogs were killed Aug. 10 while tied to railroad tracks in the Tremont neighborhood.”
  4. The Fairfield “Burning Dogs Alive” Hoax: In August 2012, Jeromie edited, published, and promoted a series of articles by Wulff that falsely alleged that the Fairfield County Dog Shelter near Lancaster, Ohio, was burning dogs alive. The Ohio SPCA and the local paper, the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette, reported that there was no evidence to support this, and one of Wulff’s “sources” subsequently admitted that it was all just a hoax. Still, it resulted in many death threats against shelter and county officials Mike Miller, Mike Kiger and Judy Shupe.
  5. The Operation Sled Dogs “Killing Puppies” Hoax: After Jeromie was exposed as a thief and embezzler for withholding thousands of dollars from the Canadian animal rescue group Operation Sled Dogs, he wrote a disgusting article slandering the group, accusing them of “kill[ing] puppies,” and included a picture of a dog in a garbage bag. (While one dog was euthanized, there was never any suggestion of negligence, let alone intentionally “killing puppies,” on the part of the group.)
  6. The Nathan Kotylak Plea Bargain Hoax (Part II): On December 22, 2011, Jeromie published an article about a fake plea bargain for Nathan Kotylak, the notorious Vancouver rioter, which would allow him to escape charges entirely. However, there was no plea bargain, and, in fact, Kotylak was charged a few days later, on December 27. Jeromie claimed, falsely, that his source had been a USCIS agent, and then (when caught in a lie) claimed that it was Kim Johnston. He was fired by the Examiner.com shortly thereafter for fabricating events, people, and even supposed witnesses to serious crimes in his articles. He later called the Examiner a Third World sweat shop and continued to lie about Nathan Kotylak.
  7. The Nathan Kotylak Plea Bargain Hoax (Part I): In an appearance on Ezra Levant’s show on the Sun News Network on November 2, 2011, Jeromie claimed that Nathan Kotylak was charged, but only with participating in a riot (not arson), despite the fact that he was caught, on tape, torching a police car. He described this decision as “mind-bloggling” and then attacked the Vancouver Police Department. However, no riot-related charges were approved until a month later, on November 30, and Nathan Kotylak was not charged until December 27. Jeromie simply made up a series of damning facts in order to get on television (now featured prominently on Jeromie’s CV on his site).
  8. The Shelly Comeon Hoax: In late 2011, Jeromie wrote a series of articles about “Shelly Comeon,” a Montreal woman who supposedly created the Facebook group 100,000 strong to ban Nathan Kotylak from the Canada Olympic team. He even “interviewed” her. The only problem is that she doesn’t exist. “Shelly Comeon” is one of Jeromie’s sock puppet accounts.
  9. The Chelsea Bossons Assault Witness Hoax: On July 24, 2011, Jeromie published an article about a fake witness, that implicated an Asian man, Ash Gayat, in breaking the jaw of his girlfriend, 17-year-old Chelsea Bossons, during the Vancouver riot. The witness did not exist, and Gayat was innocent. To say nothing of the impact on this young woman, her family, her boyfriend, his family, and so on, this caused great trouble for the Vancouver Police Department and Crown prosecutors in British Columbia, who were stuck chasing phantom witnesses instead of the thug who actually attacked Ms. Bossons so brutally.
  10. The 2011 Canadian Election Crime Hoax: On May 2, 2011, Jeromie published an article claiming that the prime minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, had violated election laws by campaigning on the day of the election, and that he could be imprisoned, or have his party deregistered. One problem: campaigning on Election Day is entirely legal in Canada. Real journalists subsequently condemned Jeromie for “bogus reporting.”

Jeromie Williams Fired Again

As I predicted, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of LiberalAmerica.org, Tiffany Willis (Website, Facebook), fired the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams today, and removed all of his articles from her site.

All of a sudden, she discovered that Jeromie had committed an unforgiveable act.

No, not stalking, harassing and threatening people, or stealing thousands of dollars from animal rescue groups. Not writing egregiously ridiculous and sensational bullshit simply in order to generate hits and ad revenue, inciting many death threats all along the way (not to mention racism and xenophobia). And certainly not his vile misogynistic attacks on women, like calling them “saggy titted cunts,” blogging about shutting them up with giant black penises, and calling female politicians “hookers,” bringing them to tears on national television.

No, Jeromie did something far worse…

He was disloyal to Tiffany Willis!

And, just like that, gone. And she can cope just fine because her life experiences have made her tough and Jeromie doesn’t love her anyway, thank you very much. (Are you noticing a theme?)

I am informed that Jeromie Williams was removed from two other sites today as well.

As longtime readers of this blog know, back in January 2012, I contacted Examiner.com to let them know that Jeromie, then one of their writers, was fabricating events, people, and even witnesses in his articles for months. To their credit, they fired him almost immediately as well.

Playboy also acted quickly. Jeromie was fired there after only three weeks for inappropriate behaviour, not even making it past the company’s probation period. He then harassed several employees after the firing.

It took Tiffany Willis just under a month to disassociate herself (and LiberalAmerica.org) from Jeromie Williams.

It took nearly two months for Erika Jahn, co-founder and executive editor of The Gaily, to remove Jeromie from his position as contributing editor there, and delete all of his articles from their site. (Despite being warned that Jeromie was fabricating stories, committing ChipIn fraud, stalking a woman and teenaged boys, and making death threats and homophobic remarks, Ms. Jahn initially dismissed our warnings as spam.)

It took nearly ten months for Pet Pardons to part company with Jeromie Williams, and their long and sordid history of defending and enabling him is well-documented throughout this site, from misleading people with his bullshit stories (like the disgusting Fairfield hoax) to inciting death threats against innocent people, from allowing him to embezzle funds from Pet Pardons donors to cheating in charity contests.

As I expected, the Pet Pardons record is safe.

Jeromie Williams Continues to Lie About Nathan Kotylak

Incredibly, the criminal fraud artist Jeromie Williams is still lying about the Vancouver Police Department’s role in prosecuting the rioters from the 2011 Vancouver Stanley Cup riot.

Specifically, Jeromie is once again claiming that the 17-year-old water polo player Nathan Kotylak hasn’t been charged:

As Nathan’s ex-girlfriend Celina Heppner responded, yes, he was charged.

Longtime readers of this blog will recall that Jeromie lied about this in order to stir up trouble, generate traffic to his (pay-per-visit) Examiner articles, collect more accolades like this, and to con his way back onto Ezra Levant’s show on the Sun News Network.

More Lies from Pet Pardons News Spawn Hatred, Death Threats

Pet Pardons EnquirerJust last week we reported that Jeromie Williams was once again fabricating stories, events and witnesses as the “Managing Editor” of Pet Pardons News.

On August 16, Cayr Ariel Wulff wrote a story about “three dogs that were tied to a train track near Scranton Rd. on Cleveland’s west side leaving two dogs dead, and one traumatized”:

The employee witnessed the man tying the dog to the tracks and then moving away and taking photographs or video. Unfortunately, the suspect was too far away for the rail employee to get a detailed description, and the man was gone by the time the employee had reached the isolated area of tracks.

The train had passed by that time, but miraculously, the little dog had survived. Two other dogs were not as lucky.

The rail worker found their mangled bodies along the same stretch of isolated tracks.

Of course, this story is a lie. Practically every word of every sentence is false.

The truth is rather less sensational. In a story entitled “Dogs were not tied to track and killed by train in Tremont area,” the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that:

Police have determined that no dogs were killed Aug. 10 while tied to railroad tracks in the Tremont neighborhood, but one live dog was rescued after a train passed over it.

A train crew radioed a Norfolk Southern bridge tender to report that they ran over a dog apparently tied to the tracks because they could not stop in time, police said Friday night. It was later determined that the dog was not tied but that her leash was wedged between two rails, probably by accident.

In other words, there was no man. He didn’t tie the dogs to the train tracks. He didn’t film them being killed by a train. Indeed, there was only one dog, and it wasn’t killed. There were no mangled bodies. No rail worker discovered them. It was all a lie.

Now, that didn’t stop Pet Pardons News readers from threatening to kill this imaginary man. Let’s “tie his ass to the tracks,” is the general consensus, although one wants to see him hanged, and another would prefer if he was “thrown to the wolves.” Another wants to drive the train over him, and others would look forward to hearing him “scream in fear.”

Again: This person does not exist. No one tied these dogs to the train tracks. Indeed, no dogs were killed by the train.

Here’s a (very small) sample of representative comments:

You might say, well, no harm done. If the person doesn’t exist, they can’t actually kill him, right?

The problem is that Pet Pardons News often makes up horrific stories about real people, too. As both Wray and I have reported, a series of disgusting articles by Cayr Ariel Wulff (and edited by Jeromie) has falsely claimed that employees at the Fairfield County Dog Shelter in Ohio are burning dogs alive, based on unnamed “eyewitness accounts.” Wulff also claimed that they had the full support of the shelter’s director, Mike Miller, and county commissioners Mike Kiger and Judy Shupe.

How do you think her readers responded?

Well, by demanding that these (very real) people be gassed or burned alive, of course. As Judy Ruff says, “lets burn people alive.” Sally Greulich agrees: “I would love to … throw you in a fire.” Elizabeth Yancey shouts “GOD I WISH I COULD SHOVE ALL OF YOU IN THE FIRE ALIVE AND LET YOU DIE…” Angel Williams chillingly says “I’m going 2 kill those people 4 what they did.” J.D. Knoblock offers to pull the “triger.” Sarah Stegle offers that it’s a “Good thing they don’t post these peoples addresses. They’d be dead within the hour… Personally, I’d do something awful.”

I could go on. Here’s just a small sample of the comments from the first article alone:

And indeed, by all accounts, Mike Miller, Mike Kiger and Judy Shupe, not to mention shelter employees, have all received many death threats since Cayr’s first article was published 10 days ago.

So, what does Cayr have to say for herself?

I can’t control what my readers say to other people. I do not condone the death threats.

Really? She writes false stories about a man tying dogs to train tracks to be run over and killed, or lies about shelter employees burning dogs alive, and she’s not looking to incite harassment and death threats against these people?

To quote Pet Pardons, that’s just sick:

Pet Pardons is a sick, poisonous organization, full of liars, scam artists, and criminals. Let’s not forget that Jeromie Williams has become infamous for his own long history of criminal harassment and death threats, for which he is currently under investigation by Canadian and American police.

And now Cayr Ariel Wulff apparently thinks nothing of writing demonstrably false stories to incite hatred, harassment and death threats against other people.

They deserve each other.

Shame on all of them.

Pet Pardons News Contributing Editor Cayr Ariel Wulff Admits Fraud

SirenSirenAbout a month ago, we wrote about Pet Pardons Contributing Editor Cayr Ariel Wulff (email), and her outrageous defense of Jeromie Williams, the Director of Operations for Pet Pardons Canada, and Managing Editor of Pet Pardons News.

Jeromie was fired by The Examiner for fabricating stories, and is also known for his ChipIn scams and embezzlement from animal rescue groups. It never made sense why Cayr Ariel Wulff would defend this behaviour. Especially considering his long history of criminal harassment and death threats, for which he is currently under investigation by Canadian and American police.

But now, it all makes sense to me.

You see, Cayr has admitted that she was mis-using funds raised for Pet Pardons to “save the life of the next animal just moments away from being abused or killed,” instead using them towards her own dogs’ medications and veterinary expenses:

This is rather curious to me, since the journalist donation button she refers to on the Pet Pardons page has been inoperable for many months, ever since Jeromie Williams’ associated PayPal account, schlamobic@gmail.com, was suspended because of one fraud or another.

As we have also noted, Cayr has also recently written a series of disgusting articles claiming that employees at the Fairfield County Dog Shelter in Ohio are burning dogs alive, based on unnamed “eyewitness accounts.” As it turns out, these witnesses were simply made up, like many of Jeromie’s fake witnesses.

So, I asked her for her sources. Here is her first response:

Now, this made no sense to me. She seems to be claiming that the witness, her source, was an animal rescuer. This would mean that:

  • The dog shelter workers burned dogs alive in front of independent animal rescuer(s),
  • These witness(es) apparently had no objection to this at the time, and just allowed the dogs to be burned alive, without trying to intervene, and
  • The whistleblower who revealed the horrific practice of burning dogs alive would be ostracised, not celebrated as a hero, and
  • The witness(es) told absolutely no one else about what they saw… Except Cayr Ariel Wulff and/or Jeromie Williams.

You can check this last point for yourself: Simply google “Ohio dogs burned alive”: Pet Pardons News is the only source.

Well, I wasn’t born yesterday, so I asked her why literally no one else had reported the story. Her response?

That is a lie.

In fact, in Channel 10’s original story on the Commissioners’ meeting, on August 7, 2012, discusses only the gas vs. lethal injection debate at the meeting. There is no mention of dogs burning alive.

What Cayr was clearly referring to, however, was their story on August 14, 2012, in which a woman on the street condemns the shelter for burning dogs alive, throwing “them into a incinerator when they are not dead.” She read they do this, no doubt, in Cayr’s article published on August 10, 2012.

Note that the reporter was unable to confirm this story. I contacted other local media as well, including the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette, and no one was able to confirm the story. No one had heard from any witnesses, or seen any affidavit, claiming that dogs were burned alive at Fairfield.

And yet, Cayr’s next two posts label the shelter as an “Ohio Dog Burning Shelter”:

  • On August 13, 2012, Cayr notes that a “second witness,” Janice Kobi, President/Founder at Fairfield County C.A.R.E.S., alleged that county commissioners and dog shelter officials wanted to somehow profit from killing dogs via “Dog Composting” (just how this would generate profit is never explained).
  • Also on August 13, 2012, Cayr notes that former Deputy Animal Warden Bobbi Glass said she had “witnessed the overcrowding of gassing cages, sometimes filled up to fifteen dogs, and she witnessed animals coming out of the gas chamber that were not dead. She said that the animals would go back through for a second gassing.

Note, they would go back through for a second gassing, not into a fire. Neither of these witnesses claimed they saw dogs being burned alive.

Even on the video from NBC’s Channel 4 News, attached to Cayr’s final story announcing a change in policy to lethal injections on August 14, 2012, the allegation that dogs were burned alive is not even mentioned, let alone given as a reason for the change in policy. (It’s also ironic Cayr uses the video from Channel 4, not Channel 10, which she falsely claims reported the story on dogs being burned alive.)

It seems as though when you have a following so big as Pet Pardons does, you can say just about anything. Some of those people will believe you. They have faith in you, and would never imagine you would lie to them. Or that you would keep the money they donated to save animals.

Of course it turns out that their faith in Pet Pardons is badly misplaced.

Complaints Lodged as Jeromie Williams Violates Google News Policy

Pet Pardons EnquirerBack in January, this blog revealed Jeromie Williams‘ long history of fabricating events, people, and even witnesses to serious crimes in his Examiner.com articles. Like the National Enquirer, he simply makes things up, the more sensational the better, in order to attract attention, collect more accolades like this, and to con his way back onto Ezra Levant’s show on the Sun News Network (now featured prominently on Jeromie’s CV on his site). And the more sensational the story, the more clicks, and the more pennies he can earn.

For example:

  • On May 2, 2011, Jeromie published an article claiming that the prime minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, had violated election laws by campaigning on the day of the election, and that he could be imprisoned, or his party deregistered. One problem: campaigning on Election Day is entirely legal.
  • On July 24, 2011, Jeromie published an article about a fake witness, implicating a man in breaking the jaw of his girlfriend, 17-year-old Chelsea Bossons, during the Vancouver riot. The witness did not exist, and the man was innocent. To say nothing of the impact on this young woman, her family, her boyfriend, his family, and so on, this apparently caused great trouble for the Vancouver Police Department and Crown prosecutors in British Columbia, who were stuck chasing phantom witnesses instead of the thug who actually attacked Ms. Bossons so brutally.
  • In late 2011, Jeromie wrote a series of articles about “Shelly Comeon,” a Montreal woman who supposedly created the Facebook group 100,000 strong to ban Nathan Kotylak from the Canada Olympic team. He even “interviewed” her. The only problem is: She doesn’t exist. “Shelly Comeon” is one of Jeromie’s sock puppet accounts.
  • On December 22, 2011, Jeromie published an article about a fake plea bargain for Nathan Kotylak, the notorious Vancouver rioter. He claimed, falsely, that his source was a USCIS agent, and then (when caught in a lie) claimed that it was Kim Johnston, the creator of this blog.

Unfortunately for Jeromie, this blog (along with actual journalists like Shane Woodford at CKNW, Peter Meiszner at Global BC, and Daniel Dickin at the Prince Arthur Herald) refuted his false stories, and the Examiner soon fired him.

Jeromie then threatened Kim Johnston, her sons, and even her dogs, using homophobic epithets, and The Gaily then fired him as well.

So you can imagine how shocked I was to see that Jeromie is now working as Director of Operations at Pet Pardons Canada and the “Managing Editor” of Pet Pardons News. What reputable news organization would hire a known and serial liar as an editor, let alone manager? Let alone one who has threatened women, children, and dogs, and used homophobic epithets?

The answer is simple: None would.

Pet Pardons News is not an honest, reliable news service.

Indeed, it has violated Google News policies for months. While Google News requires unbiased, original reporting on real news, Pet Pardons News articles are generally copied from real news sites, and parts are simply made up out of whole cloth. Some articles cannot be described as “news” at all (“Cat falls in love with puppies on internet!!!“). Many articles are also as sensational as possible, with ridiculous photos, including dogs in ovens, as you might expect from a tabloid, not a real news source. Most egregiously, Jeromie Williams has used Google News to spread slanderous lies about others, in some cases actually inciting death threats.

On April 17, 2012, Jeromie Williams published a story on Pet Pardons News slandering the Operation Sled Dog (OSD) rescue group. (While it has been deleted from Pet Pardons News, it is still available on his personal blog). He claimed, falsely, that OSD had killed puppies during their rescue operation. What Jeromie did not disclose, however, was that he had embezzled several thousand dollars from OSD, and that when Facebook groups and petitions were started to demand that he give the money to OSD, Jeromie began a long campaign of criminal harassment and death threats against OSD members (including this slanderous article on Google News).

More recently, a series of disgusting articles by Cayr Ariel Wulff (and edited by Jeromie) in August 2012 claimed that employees at the Fairfield County Dog Shelter in Ohio are burning dogs alive, based on unnamed “eyewitness accounts.” Given Jeromie’s history of simply making up fake witnesses, we called the shelter to enquire. As we suspected, the director confirmed that there were no complaints of dogs being burned alive at Fairfield. In fact, this issue was not even mentioned at the County Commissioners’ meeting, as Wulff had claimed. Reports from reputable news agencies, such as NBC, do not mention it either. Think about it: If there were eyewitness reports of dogs being burned alive, that issue would have dominated the meeting, and the subsequent news coverage. Instead, it showed up on only one site, which happens to be run by one of the least trustworthy men on the internet.

Disgustingly, Wulff’s articles give out the contact information of the shelter and county commissioners, and incite harassment and death threats against them, all based on a lie. And indeed, as she notes herself, the commissioners and the shelter have since received many harassing calls, including death threats. We urge them to retain counsel and consider all legal options available to them. We’re sympathetic to the goal of ending euthanasia in shelters as much as possible, but we cannot see how making up fake witnesses and phony stories can help advance those goals. In fact, these lies will almost certainly be counterproductive, as they divert much needed attention away from real animal rights abuses in other shelters.

We also have to note the irony that a group supposedly dedicated to “Pet Pardons” didn’t take the opportunity to try to get any of these dogs adopted. Instead, Cayr actually advocates lethal injection:

According to the Change.org website, to kill an animal by carbon monoxide poisoning costs $4.98 per animal versus $2.29 per animal by lethal injection (EBI=Euthanasia By Injection). The argument to continue gassing can only be made as a means of convenience, since a group of animals can be done at once, as opposed to individually by injection.

Amy Bogart, with the Humane Society of the United States, said if the only thing preventing the county from going to a lethal injection form of euthanasia is the cost of training, her organization is willing to pay the cost of the training and setup.

Lastly, even some Pet Pardons supporters are outraged at the strong anti-GOP bias in Pet Pardons “News” articles smearing Mitt Romney and Steve King. As Barbara Spiegel notes, these articles are clearly biased and partisan, in violation of the policies of Google News.

You may make your own complaints about Jeromie Williams and Pet Pardons “News” to Google here.

Pet Pardons Contributing Editor Defends Jeromie Williams’ Disgusting and Criminal Behaviour

Cayr Ariel WulffUPDATE: In the comments, Cayr Ariel Wulff is outraged that we have written she supports a man who makes death threats against women and kids and steals thousands of dollars from animal rescue operations. Oops, sorry. Actually, she’s just outraged about… copyright infringement (that we have used her picture, at right).

For the record, under 17 USC § 107, fair use of copyrighted work for the purposes of criticism, comment, or news reporting, is not an infringement of copyright. This is a non-profit, educational site.

UPDATE 2 (August 6, 2012): After libeling the OSD group, Alison Hector, and myself in the comments (see below), Cayr Ariel Wulff submitted a sham DMCA takedown letter to WordPress, demanding they remove her picture from their servers. Normally we would have no hesitation to file a counter notification to ask WordPress to restore the image. However, given that we would have to provide our addresses for Ms. Wulff’s process server, and that she would undoubtedly forward them to Jeromie Williams, who has threatened to kill us, we are still working on an appropriate response.

Fortunately one of the members of our group is a graphic artist, who was able to provide an alternative rendition of Ms. Wulff. We feel it suits her personality better than the original.

Original story continues below.

First, a quick recap.

When this blog revealed Jeromie Williams’ history of fabricating events, people, and even supposed witnesses to serious crimes in his column at the Examiner.com, they fired him immediately.

When we revealed that he had made death threats against the creators of this blog, stalked their kids, and harassed them using homophobic epithets (yes, really), the LGBT website The Gaily fired him a few months later.

When we contacted Pet Pardons Canada, where Jeromie serves as Director of Operations, with evidence that he was breaking the organization’s rules, and stealing from various ChipIn accounts, they didn’t even respond. That’s right, back in January, co-founders Chris Hoar and Ashley Owen Hill didn’t even respond to us.

You might think, well, they’re probably wishing they had taken our warnings more seriously, given that Jeromie has since stolen more money (this time $1,800 from a sled dog rescue group), as confirmed by Toronto Pet Daily. Not to mention that, once again, he has made a series of violent threats against anyone who dares to reveal his disgusting behaviour online.

But, it seems, you would be wrong.

Pet Pardons Contributing Editor Cayr Ariel Wulff (email) has defended Jeromie Williams all along. In her mind, the real problem is not Jeromie’s fraud, embezzlement, or violent threats… It’s this blog:

In other words, it’s apparently fine for Jeromie to steal $1,800 from an animal rescue group, then threaten them over the phone when they have the temerity to ask where their money went (“You’re going down…I know exactly where you are” etc.).

But if I dare to write about this on a blog, I am the creepy stalker.

Naturally I took exception to this, so I asked her about it on Twitter. Her response was just more of the same. We are stalking Jeromie, she explained, because this blog is “unwanted/obsessive attention by an individual or group toward another person.” Oh, I’ll bet Jeromie doesn’t want the attention. I bet he wants to scam more unsuspecting animal lovers out of another $1,800. Well, too bad.

Also, she seems to think it’s “bullshit” that we’re “ganging up” on Jeromie, in part because we’re only giving one side (“bias!“). Well, as I responded to her there, if Jeromie would like to refute anything we have written, we’ll happily post it too.

Of course, if he could have refuted anything on our blog, my guess is that he would have done so long ago. Instead, he sent us death threats.

It seems Ms. Wulff just released a new book, Circling the Waggins: How Five Misfit Dogs Saved Me from Bewilderness. The first part is fitting, really, given how eager she (and Pet Pardons) are to circle the, er, waggins, around Jeromie Williams.

But she still seems incredibly bewildered to us.