Added: Feb 28, 2019
Newfane, Niagara County, New York. Gambler who ran out of luck also ran out of balls and thus switched to pussified methods of victimhood so as to avoid paying up. "Whatcha Gonna Do when they come for you"! Robert had an idea.
February 27, 2019
. Troopers found fictim (false victim) Robert Brandel
tied up in the back seat of his truck in a supermarket parking lot, with hands and ankles duct-taped, and a noose on his neck looped around the headrest of the driver's seat.
He unleashed his movie-like tale that two men he picked up in his truck two days earlier took $16,000 in cash at gunpoint. The money he said he had won from the Super Bowl pool. He claimed that the men, who also participated in the pool, made him drive around western New York against his will for two days and then tied him up and ditched him in the parking lot. But the fictim's story fell apart as soon as it started to sink in.
What actually happened?
Having hoped to score big on a game, Robert Brandel
made-up names in the squares of his pool. But when none of his numbers clicked, he was stuck unable to pay the $50,000 he had promised. So, as our pussified society has it, victimhood is the way out.
February 28, 2019
. 60-year-old Robert Brandel
was charged with felony fraud and falsely reporting an incident, a misdemeanor. He will be arraigned in the Town of Newfane Court in March.
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