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

GhostlyGoofy

Well-Known Member
He never worked for UO. But don’t worry, their management nipped him in the bud.
Oh? Maybe he was working for a vendor or company that rented space from Universal? That permission from management seemed like a weird thing to throw in.

Maybe you guys can answer it on episode 2 of the podcast...
 

glawio

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Oh? Maybe he was working for a vendor or company that rented space from Universal? That permission from management seemed like a weird thing to throw in.

Maybe you guys can answer it on episode 2 of the podcast...
Take what he says with a grain of salt, keep in mind in the same description he also said he wasn't hiding anything or trying to cover anything up...
 

MisterPenguin

Rumormonger
Premium Member
So I was telling someone IRL about how he made a video and doctored the warrant. I went to the archive and noticed something.
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"Video not sponsored by Universal. I was given permission to use this space."

At the time he was working for UO. Don't know if he's still there but that has to be raising some flags with their management. Anyone know if Cap's shield or a minion's overalls went missing?!
"It will all work out for me in the end, you'll see!"

Um... how? Even if you are acquitted, it is clear that you are simply a parasite with an unhealthy obsession of Disney. We all see that now regardless of how any trial goes. You're a bad guy *now*, and acquittal doesn't affect that.
 

larryz

Can't 'Member Anything
Premium Member
"It will all work out for me in the end, you'll see!"

Um... how? Even if you are acquitted, it is clear that you are simply a parasite with an unhealthy obsession of Disney. We all see that now regardless of how any trial goes. You're a bad guy *now*, and acquittal doesn't affect that.
"...(T)here is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about."
 

GhostlyGoofy

Well-Known Member
This was on Blaytin's public orange county docs page. Does anyone more fluent in legalese know what this means. Sounds like he has to hand over anything that could be considered evidence.375569

I was gonna study pre law at Rollins, but now I'll just keep reading the replies to this thread.
 

flynnibus

Well-Known Member
This was on Blaytin's public orange county docs page. Does anyone more fluent in legalese know what this means. Sounds like he has to hand over anything that could be considered evidence.View attachment 375569

I was gonna study pre law at Rollins, but now I'll just keep reading the replies to this thread.
This is just usual defense filing to get access to all the evidence the state has against him. They are asking for specific evidence, and then blanket claims at the end basically saying they want access to everything.. so they can form their defense.

Nothing special here just the defense doing their thing...
 

Kobe!!

Active Member
"It will all work out for me in the end, you'll see!"

Um... how? Even if you are acquitted, it is clear that you are simply a parasite with an unhealthy obsession of Disney. We all see that now regardless of how any trial goes. You're a bad guy *now*, and acquittal doesn't affect that.
I kinda wish his friends would post on here to stand up for him or "Stitch" on him. ;) haha
When pictures of me with the stolen goods appear on my phone... yeah ok it looks bad. But I am innocent. Buy a BDD shirt.
Sure, you gotta link? ;)
When he definitely starts trying to make some deal for a reduced sentence, can one of the terms be that his mom takes his phone away?
Well, hopefully she still lets him to Podcasts!! haha
 

My95cobras

Active Member
This was on Blaytin's public orange county docs page. Does anyone more fluent in legalese know what this means. Sounds like he has to hand over anything that could be considered evidence.View attachment 375569

I was gonna study pre law at Rollins, but now I'll just keep reading the replies to this thread.
Rollins is a mediocre law school at best... but this is a common thing. The defense always demands discovery.
 
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