Intothevoid wrote:Apparently Tevin Crosby owned a business in Saginaw Michigan called Total Entrepreneurs Concepts. There is a website for the company http://totalentrepreneursconcepts.com and it shows up on Google maps. He was quite successful for a young man of 25 years...
Jacqueline Scott however, who was quoted in several local news articles as Mr. Crosby's high school English teacher at West Iredell High School does seem to be a legitimate teacher and is listed as a faculty member at the school. Ellyn Gaither, assistant principal is also quoted in the article. http://m.statesville.com/news/it-s-hear ... l?mode=jqm.
Here is the link to the school's staff. http://www.iss.k12.nc.us/site/Default.a ... toryType=6
Honestly, I'm having a hard time believing so many school staff members would lie?
That's a great start, Intothevoid. As for so many school staff lying, what you have listed so far is a High School teacher and assistant principal? Is this the grand total for people giving stories about Tevin Crosby? So he went to High School in Iredell, then went to Michigan? Is that the idea? Did you find out if this Tevin Crosby had a middle name like Eugune? Do we know what college it is said he attended? Anything interesting about that?
Intothevoid wrote:I'm not finished researching. I'm not convinced of anything at this time. This is my first real attempt at adding quality information to this forum and as a newbie I must say it can be time consuming!
hoi.polloi wrote:Good notes, all.
CluedIn, those corporate pictures are quite suspicious, aren't they? Like a lot of spooky corporate sites, though, and like the wanting-to-seem-professional sites that imitate them. Which is it? It could really be anything. Corporate cults are so good at ambiguity and political appearance, and even their seeming amateur-ness is forgiven by the public eye.
SacredCowSlayer wrote:... I'll add that it's quite sloppy and pitiful as well.
Discovering that Carter is an intern at Fox 29 in Philadelphia, conspiracy theorists have latched onto her — accusing her of being a fraud who was paid to be part of a staged event to bring about gun confiscation.
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