- Jul 5, 2018
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They edit stuff. They like victims that are older, overweight, disabled etc....anything that will pull in an audience and money. I've seen what they do and it's despicable!Only do this if they agree in the contract to keep you anonymous. It can be done.
If you have any doubts, don’t talk. Simple.
But a documentary would be useful for exposure. If you do wish to talk, just remember to keep you real names and the rats real names out of it.
Now that you put it that way, it does sound bad. I guess documentaries I’ve seen are somewhat different. They don’t blame the victims, at least I haven’t seen that. But I haven’t seen too many.They edit stuff. They like victims that are older, overweight, disabled etc....anything that will pull in an audience and money. I've seen what they do and it's despicable!
They do not show the true face of bezness, nor that anybody, regardless of age, shape, size, religion, colour or gender is a potential victim. How many young'uns have been destroyed, thought their rat was genuine...because the media lie for headlines and money? It's cruel!
If you ever read the viewer/reader comments, the victim is publicly ridiculed and blamed.
I can appreciate TLR is mostly public, however...it is a support group of mostly people that have been through it, so unless a rat or troll gets on ...the victim/survivor is not ridiculed.
I normally say any publicity is good publicity....but not in this instance, not when it mocks and blames the victim.
Bezness kills people, it destroys people...it should not be used as fodder for the media to line their pockets.
There are better, less harmful ways of exposing this cruel scam....and actually, I think we're doing a real good job here