Monday, June 22, 2015
Julie Baker: "Relentlessly Gay" Federal Commerce Fraud
Statement Analysis of the anonymous threatening letter showed that she, Julie Baker herself, was the author. In subsequent defense of her mother, her daughter did not deny this assertion.
You may read the analysis here:
She went from raising more than $40,000 for $10 lights, to trying to sell fake hate t shirts, wrist bands, and anything else she can hawk.
When she wrote another statement, she stopped her pattern of capitalization and introduced "fear" into her language.
Here, she now says she won't yet withdraw the money, recognizing the elevation of the crime she has perpetrated against two distinct victims:
2. Those who donated money to her
Will she still be prosecuted?
"I want to humbly thank everyone for their extreme generosity. Please now, take all of this good energy and help each other. I just learned moments ago that I could turn off the donations, and I am doing so because I there is plenty, more than plenty, above and beyond the goal. On a sadder note, the world is filled with hate and fear, as such I want to work to remove any doubt about the authenticity of the letter. Until then I am not taking a dime out of this account. Please carry on with flooding the world with rainbows and joy, be relentlessly generous, be relentlessly compassionate, be relentlessly vibrant and stay relentlessly gay."
Please note that she does not say that she did not write the note, nor that she would prove she did not write the note, nor even that she will remove any doubt.
Instead, she uses the distancing language of "work to" remove any doubt.
This shows that she realizes that there is a struggle before her, and a polygraph would cause her to be prosecuted.
She wrote the note and fears prison for a federal commerce fraud crime.