Just curious...Why all the media attention for Josh..It seems everyday you trying to discredit this guy...very strange. It's not like you are trying to discredit a major celebrity.. dude you are freaking me out with this personal obsession with Josh..the guy no one knows..He must of did something so awful to you personally to keep shoving him down our throats enough enough enough please
Yeah, kind of like Josh was doing to the public. I think the author is going to bury Josh so much that Josh is going to wish he never came up with this story. No one it their right mind would ever want to do business with him. Hey, maybe that's a lawsuit for him down the line. Sue LA weekly for ruining his "business reputation."
But what made me not a believer of this reporting, is the fact that LA Weekly reported 6 pages worth of "allegeds", and "accusations" and continue to slander everyday, and was only able to produce a document that, if you research the proper channels, is false. That's all they have as proof? All those claims of fraud and that's it, a document from 12 years ago? I always read with a grain of salt knowing there is a 50/50 chance of truth, but this article seems so personal that I cannot wait to see how this plays out...At any rate Josh gets free PR and probably should thank LA Weekly for that..and for those who rely on a source such as this for their facts and not that of entertainment, aren't people who take this matter as a serious one.
No one will touch this guy now. His best bet is to go to Reputation.com and use their services. There were no "allegeds" in the article. In regards Josh's criminal past, the author wrote information straight from the charging documents,so that can't be defamation. He also posted information from people who were interviewed whom have had interactions with Josh. Josh never had gold mines. Plain and simple. He was never vetted by the MLB, Blackstone, etc. (he lied about that in a radio interview) And he never realistically had a chance at receiving a portion of the $10B from Asia. Even his "partners" didn't seem to have a clue. Furrow talks about the $10B and buying the Dodgers like it was monopoly money. (..."because he would need the tax write-off") just a joke all around. Seems like Josh is tryingg to do the reverse psychology angle to get people to stop mentioning him. This is one time that the "any publicity is good publicity" cliche does not apply