Heather Jones began sharing this image with accompanying lies early in 2012: Since then it’s been distributed by other Hate Campaign members, most recently Roxanne Summers: Heather Jones and Roxanne Summers claim the man in the photo is Lennox’s owner Craig. It isn’t of course, but then you knew that already, as do they (original image below). However, that photo first appeared on the Internet in 2009 (MySpace), but Heather Jones and Roxanne Summers have bandied it around claiming undeniable proof that Lennox’s owners spent donations, they had supposedly received, on a holiday after Lennox was seized in May 2010.
Maths doesn’t need to be a strong point to show that the dates don’t add up. And even when Lennox’s owners aren’t spending money, they are still in the wrong apparently – see Summers‘ remark in the screenshot above (underscored in green for bile).
To ensure that nobody could go and check for themselves, both Jones & Summers covered their tracks by claiming the image appeared on the Facebook page of Lennox’s owner one minute and was taken down almost immediately, and they got away with that story for months, until now. Once again, they were working on the premise that everyone else is as brick-thick as they are, therefore it’s easy to see how they thought that lie would permanently stick.
The MySpace account they found for that particular Craig Winters had either already been closed or had very little public information, but just enough for Jones & Summers to back up their lies. The image has a vague resemblance to Lennox’s owner and therein lies the mystery. Jones & Summers needed to show a likeness that was at least fairly near the mark, but there was a problem – they had never met Lennox’s owner and couldn’t find any uploaded images of him on Facebook, or anywhere else come to that.
So it begs the question, how did they even begin to start looking for someone with a passing resemblance to Lennox’s owner? Hair colour, general height, weight; these are all factors that need to be taken into consideration. Luckily for them that image is small and grainy, but the general appearance of the man in the photo is fairly clear. A mystery isn’t it?
Not really; Roxanne Summers is very fond of picking on Lennox’s owners for their supportive friendship with Sarah Fisher (and we all know the real reasons behind that – link), but as usual it’s one rule for Summers and the rest of the HC and another for their targets, because several Hate Campaign members (hidden and otherwise) have Dog Warden Sandie Lightfoot as a Facebook friend, and in some cases that came about months before Lennox was destroyed; in other words, while the court case was active.
If Jones & Summers had known what Lennox’s owner looked like prior to finding that image, they would have plastered it all over their pages, and if they thought for one minute that photo showed Lennox’s owner, they would have superimposed the face onto one of their photoshopped insults, such as this one from Heather Jones – yes, that Hate Campaign member who apparently never makes personal attacks and only tells ‘the truth’: A reminder that Heather Jones (Facebook) has stated: “If anyone thinks any screenshot on here is faked or edited tell us. We can then refer you to the original. Unlike other groups on facebook this group is about honesty, integrity and the truth. We make no allegation we don’t have proof to support. And we make the proof available for all to see. We don’t send proof by pms as we think that’s the way of people who are lying and don’t want to get caught out. We have a totally open group with all proof on display”