Heather Jones, not even the whisper of anything tangible going on there. That’s a problem for Heather; it requires she takes ideas and comments from other people, mostly us. Obviously nobody has explained to Heather that an idea is not your own if it’s nicked, secondhand, but the concept would be lost on her anyway.
Then there’s the short memory letting her down again. Heather Jones has forgotten her previous faux pas that she is Billie Bennet. Besides, by insisting Bennet is a separate entity and a ‘close’ friend, she’s failed to consider that Billie obviously doesn’t think Heather worthy of her company, because so far Bennet hasn’t popped in to show her ‘close’ friend any kind of support (link).
Billie is nowhere to be seen. Shouldn’t this ‘close’ friend be coughing up the evidence Heather needs to show she’s not a lying little toerag? Fine friend that Billie Bennet is! Just dump her Heather, she’s not the bestest mate in the world. Oh wait, maybe Billie can’t help you right now because she’s circumnavigating the globe, which apparently takes quite a long time. That would explain it. Or maybe Heather Jones, in her desperation, will scrape the bottom of her very mucky barrel and tell us Billie Bennet isn’t well enough to perform? Wouldn’t put it past her.
Fair enough, ‘Roxanne Summers’ doesn’t read our blog. But hang on a minute, what’s this….
Well make your mind up Summers, either you read it or you don’t.
There’s that glass house again. But anyway, speaking of the AG…
They keep correspondence for two years? So presumably they’d have a record of Heather’s so-called previous investigation.
Here’s an idea, maybe Roxanne Summers could call in a favour with her friends in high places, or maybe use her privileged barrister status to find out? Come to that, she could ask her cousin Rory McIlroy for help?
And if none of that works, hell don’t wait two years Heather. Why not contact the Attorney General’s office yourself, today even? In fact why not get in touch with Mr Eamonn McConville personally? Can’t read the screenshot? No problem:
Mr Eamonn McConville, Office of the Attorney General for Northern Ireland, PO Box 1272, Belfast BT1 9LU.
You can email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or give him a call on: 028 9072 5310.
Failing all that, use your much-used, tried and tested method of…
Apologies for the poor screenshot quality above. A transcription follows:
Heather Jones / Roxanne Summers Facebook (Lennox BSL) say:
” Hey Gill, Hey Cliar, Hey Dopey Doris, guess what? People do listen to us. Shall I tell you who? the Attorney General, the Inland Revenue, the DWP for starters. Doesn’t matter if a bunch of faceless facebook people listen or not, the people that matter listened! [smiley face] the people that can bring the owners to justice for what they’ve done, they listened. Who is listening to you? ”
And a further quote from Roxanne Summers (Facebook) re: The Irish Open:
” I note your page is telling people to contact Rory McIlroy. He’s my cousin [smiley face] You’ll get a good listening from him NOT “.