Man who admitted to molesting a child, threatens journalist

If you haven’t heard the name, “David Shore” before, sit back and grab the popcorn, you are about to get a crash course. The shortened version is David, who oddly enough is friends with Francesca Amato, is a sexual predator, confirmed by his registry on the sexual predator’s watch list. He was accused of molesting a child, who was under 14 yo at the time.

Above is an image portion of the charges. Recently, in what we consider a rather comical PM, Meko Haze recieved a threat from Shore (not worthy of being called Mr. Shore.) Rather than explaining the PM, we will let you see it.

This PM is what we intend to breakdown.

First let’s address the detective lying. While we agree the police do lie, often times interrogations, such as these, are recorded. They are recorded for evidence as well as accountability purposes.

He goes onto state that he has a civil attorney and has contacted the feds regarding cyber harassment. Well, we can tell you from experience that the Feds won’t get involved…even if they did work that sort of case, it’s unlikely they would aid a convicted child predator. Furthermore, DOC is actually public information. If Shore had an attorney, as he proclaims, he would had been informed of that.

He goes back to gloat about the feds being involved, they aren’t involved. I’m sure you can see where we are going with all of this, but if you don’t, let’s nail this coffin closed.

David Shore is upset that people learned of his twisted past. In retalliation, he thought that threatning a journalist was a smart move. If he knew anything about journalists, we never back down. He is apparantly bluffing about having an attorney as he knows nothing about the laws involving sex predators; DOC records are PUBLIC information. Afterall, what parent would want to move next door to this guy? In some way, he is associated with Amato as he is on her friends list, though the how remains unknown. To dumb it down, thanks for putting a beacon on yourself, David.

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