It looks like Rick Dyer is back to his old shenanigans again. He was performing similar deflecting techniques last year when he kept delaying the "evidence". People started to get tired of the delays so Dyer had to create excitement in other areas to keep his supporters occupied. If you doubt me, just scroll back on my blog, it's all documented. Phantom vandals, non-existent fisticuffs in Dyer's living room and outright lies reported about individuals on Dyer's blog.
Freezer Boy has come full circle ( I think I said that in a previous post) back to the smoke and mirrors routine. This latest attempt by Rick is an old ploy in which Rick uses scare tactics to intimidate a person. According to Rick, this person resides in Florida. Dyer probably picked Florida because it was a name he could easily remember (he got his motor-home from there).
Here is Rick's latest video from his fan page. The guy is such an under achiever and I'll explain why.
We have no idea what's on the piece of paper he's waving around but we would like to know why he has to pull it back over his shoulder. Why not hide the person's name and show a clear close up of this alleged "pre-warrant arrest"? I'll tell you why, it's another bullshit stunt by Dyer to deflect the current issues going on with his Bigfoot dummy, and that is, no PROOF verifying it's authenticity.
Here is the under achiever part. A pre-warrant hearing is unique to Georgia.
Shawn Bible Law Firm
"Imagine one day you go to the mailbox and there is a notice that a person you know has requested you be arrested. You thought only a police officer could arrest someone so what is this about? What is a pre-warrant hearing?
In Georgia, a civilian (non police officer) can request that a Magistrate Judge issue an arrest warrant. Such warrants are sometimes called “civilian warrants”. Typically, the process starts by the petitioner going to the Magistrate Court located in the county where the offense was alleged to have occurred and filling out a simple application. In the warrant application the petitioner will be asked to give a brief narrative of who they want arrested and why. The petitioner must also pay a small application fee."
You can read more by clicking the link above.
You are correct. A "private citizen" warrant is unique to Georgia.
Georgia law specifies both constitutional and statutory requirements for issuance of arrest warrants and, in general, comports with the requirements for arrest warrants under the U.S. Constitution. Although arrest warrants are typically issued upon the proper application by a law enforcement officer, a unique aspect of Georgia law is that a private citizen is also authorized to apply to the court for issuance of an arrest warrant against another private citizen.
- Both the U.S. Constitution and Georgia Constitution require that the issuance of an arrest warrant to be based on probable cause that is supported by an oath or affirmation. Probable cause is defined as the reasonable belief that a crime has been committed and the oath or affirmation submitted in support of the arrest warrant must state facts upon which that belief is based. In Georgia, arrest warrants are usually based on a showing of probable cause from law enforcement personnel, but a private citizen may also seek the issuance of an arrest warrant.
- The Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.) at Section 17-4-40 sets forth the statutory requirements for issuance of an arrest warrant. Any judge, municipal officer or magistrate has the power to issue an arrest warrant based upon probable cause. The judge, officer or magistrate is authorized to relay his judge's own personal knowledge to establish probable cause or on information given to him by another person. An exception to the foregoing relates to arrest warrants for any law enforcement officer, teacher or school administrator. If any of the foregoing persons are alleged to have committed a crime in the performance of an official duty, only a judge of a superior court, state court, or probate court can issue the arrest warrant.
- O.C.G.A. Section 17-4-40(b)(1) also gives a private citizen the right to apply for an arrest warrant to be issued. Although the statute does not specify any particular procedure for making the application, some local courts do specify certain procedural requirements that a private citizen must follow, such as filing a police report before applying for an arrest warrant. Most courts also provide pre-printed applications to be used for a private citizen arrest warrant.
- Before an arrest warrant is issued based on a private citizen's application, O.C.G.A. Section 17-4-40(b)(2) requires that a pre-warrant hearing be held, usually before a magistrate, to determine whether the application should be granted, denied or some other disposition be made. The alleged offender is to be notified of the hearing and given an opportunity to appear and present evidence that probable cause does not exist for issuance of the warrant.
Private Citizen Warrant
As you can see plain as day, Freezer Boy made up the entire thing. Did you notice how convincing of a liar he is?
I'm willing to bet there is no "violent hater" in Florida who threatened the lives of dumbass and his family. Dyer and Whitton used these same stories during the 2008 hoax. And yes, the 2008 hoax was a hoax. The sooner you get over it, the better. The MIB's didn't take anything from Rick. It's just another lie told by Rick so he could get on the news.
Rick really shouldn't be throwing stones at anyone. Take a wander over to Clayton County. Rick is no saint.
Here is something I thought was very amusing. Rick has refused to accept the opinions of two experts in their fields who state they believe Dyer's Bigfoot is a fake. Doug Hudson has over 20 years experience making practical effects for movies and Russell Knight is a world renown taxidermist with over 30 years experience, yet their combined opinions mean nothing to Dyer and his bleevers.
This is the amusing part. Dyer posted this video on his page as if it means something, as if it validates his Bigfoot doll as being an authentic Bigfoot. This burning hair stuff is getting old but what qualifications does Mr. reporter have in verifying anything? Big deal, it smells like burnt hair. It could be hair or a blend from another animal, such as Yak.
While we are on the subject of opinions, Jennifer Caywood conducted another interview.
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You can read the entire Q & A at The Crypto Crew