Ed Chiarini, the Dallas Goldbug, claimed that Victoria Jackson who appeared on Saturday Night Live and I are the same person. A friend of mine who is an artist specializing in portraits created the following comparison of her face and mine to show the ridiculousness of Chiarini’s allegation. For a clearer view, click here.
Let’s critically evaluate the claims made about Robbie Parker, whose physician’s assistant license is available on line. Again, putting the distracting focus on the families, some hoaxologists claim that they could not find evidence that Robbie Parker was a physician’s assistant. However, here is evidence:
Robbie Parker’s License
Licensee Robert Knowlden Parker License Type Physician Assistant Medical
Business address NICU Office/Presbyterian Hosp License Number PA2010-0055
Business address 1100 Central Ave SE License Status Active
Business city state zip Albuquerque NM 87106 License Date 09/16/2010
Business phone None **License Expires 03/01/2013
This information is from Journal of the Bizarre, Was Sandy Hook a Hoax? Part 5: Robbie Parker, January 26, 2013
Within a mere twenty-four hours, some unknown entity claimed that he is an actor founded on the grounds that he smiled before taking the podium. Russell Yates smiled occasionally during a press conference on his front lawn just hours after his wife drowned their five children. Yet, no one accused him of being an actor.
Parker, a person who is accustomed to speaking to large groups, was the first parent to give a press conference. However, it would not have mattered which parent acquiesced to a press conference, the media, in this case CNN, would have filmed that parent and undoubtedly, based on some minor idiosyncrasy, someone would claim that he/she was acting. Parker was coming out of the church that he and his family attended and obviously, the cameras were already recording. An unknown entity disseminated just twenty-seven seconds from an eighteen-minute press conference during which Parker exhibited the tears and anguish of a grieving father whose precious daughter had been murdered. By inference, whoever made the claim insinuated that not only was Parker an actor but that every other parent was also an actor which would also suggested that there must have been others, perhaps even the whole town, all just pretending. If not for the twenty-seven second video that went viral and the accusation, would many people jump to such a conclusion? One may hear Parker’s press conference of 12/15/12 here.