• Welcome to the WDWMAGIC.COM Forums!
    Please take a look around, and feel free to sign up and join the community.You can use your Twitter or Facebook account to sign up, or register directly.

Recent content by Gringrinngghost

  1. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    This is as common as the American flag in every school.
  2. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    Originally Tomorrowland Attractions, then Entertainment Tech if I recall.
  3. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    At the time, he was still an employee of the Walt Disney Company as also wasn’t known for another two months in a public setting that he was doing explorations within the company he worked for, to post on the Internet.
  4. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    Yes, I can. Then if we follow your logic, we need to question Mouse Surplus, ThemeParkConnection, Private collectors, auctions and everyone else who has multiple items from Walt Disney World.
  5. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    In many jurisdictions, if an individual has accepted possession of goods or property and knew they were stolen, then the individual is typically charged with a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the value of the stolen goods. If the individual did not know the goods were stolen, then the goods...
  6. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    Then don't try to argue with us, if you are going to staunchly maintain that the buyer knew. You are just running around in circles with everyone else's interpretation of the laws. If you think the buyer is guilty, cool. I believe through my interpretation of said laws that he wasn't aware of...
  7. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    However and that would be the buyers defense, the sales of the merchandise occurred two months prior to the launch of BackDoorDisney, so at the time there is reasonable doubt that the buyer didn't know the true nature of Spikes, and therefore didn't need to question his integrity.
  8. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    Now you are arguing the crime of receiving stolen property. The crime of receiving stolen property is defined as knowingly receiving stolen property with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the property of its possession. They have to meet the criteria of the burden of proof to know...
  9. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    Exactly. In a court setting, Spikes integrity or lack thereof will come into question.
  10. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    Negative. I’m making the case that Spikes is the criminal that will do anything and everything to fraud someone with deceptive practices.
  11. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    I honestly don’t think the buyer knew Spikes stole it. Spikes has a checkered past to make himself look good. Spikes likes to brag and photograph his antics, yes. But he has changed his story more times than marvel has rebooted their comics. Spikes has a questionable integrity and you can’t not...
  12. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    And that falls into burden of proof. And I can pull a quick google search too: And the buyer, not only cooperating and handed the items over, also if charged would argue: Defendant mistakenly believed he or she had rights to the property; Defendant had no knowledge the item was previously...
  13. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    The person who won the shrunken head, I have buddies that know them. As per them, the winner never received the item.
  14. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    I’m sorry, but it’s impossible for us to — without the evidence that the OCSO has to fully determine if the buyer that had the 18 times should even be arrested. There needs to be a probable cause for the OCSO to even determine if the buyer of the 18 items would even need to have charges filed...
  15. Gringrinngghost

    Man Accused of Stealing Buzzy's Clothing from Disney World Arrested

    I’m sure someone out here also archived it
Top Bottom