Couple who raised $400G for homeless hero ordered to hand over remaining funds
Johnny Bobbitt Jr., left, Kate McClure, right, and McClure’s boyfriend Mark D’Amico pose at a gas station in Philadelphia, Nov. 17, 2017. When McClure ran out of gas, Bobbitt, who is homeless, gave his last $20 to buy gas for her. McClure started a GoFundMe.com campaign for Bobbitt. (Associated Press)
A New Jersey couple must hand over what remains of the $400,000 they raised for a homeless Philadelphia man, a report said.
It is not always the case, BUTT every so often we see some assuming, supposed to be benevolent people in sheep’s clothing that have ulterior motives for what they want the public to perceive as good intentions. This may be the case.
Remember Abraham …
Abraham Lee Shakespeare (April 23, 1966 – ca. April 7, 2009) was a casual laborer from U.S.A. who won a thirty million dollar lottery jackpot in Florida, receiving $17 million in 2006. In 2009, his family declared him missing, and in January 2010 his body was found buried under a concrete slab in the backyard of an acquaintance. Dorice “Dee Dee” Moore was convicted of his murder and is now serving life in prison without the possibility of parole. Shakespeare’s troubles began after winning the lottery. The case was profiled in the American E! television program Curse of the Lottery; and also was made the subject of an episode of Snapped on Oxygen Channel, DTV, on March 16, 2014 as well as the subject of a 2013 episode of American Greed. The case also featured on Season 7 of Deadly Women. Also showcased on “I Killed My BFF” on Lifetime Channel.
I am not making any assumptions/accusations, BUTT being suspicious by nature, and knowing the wicked ways of the world, this is just an observation. Beware of wolves in yuppie clothing!! We never know what evil lurks in the heart of men.
The Shadow DO!!
Where were they when the guy was broke???