Once a con artist, always a con artist
Status: con-artistTony Golossian is accused of repeatedly luring a woman to motels, where he then blindfolded and sexually assaulted her. He told her it was all part of a ritual to remove a "black magic" curse on her family. If she didn't agree to participate, her 15-year-old sister would supposedly develop breast cancer and her "fallopian tubes would no longer function." Adding insult to injury, the woman paid him almost $100,000 for these "prayer sessions."
I hate to blame the victim, but is there ANYTHING that woman wouldn't believe?
At the trial Golossian complained of chest pains and had to be hospitalized. The doctors determined he was "trying to pervert the course of justice by imitating a heart attack."
Link: The Daily Telegraph.
Categories: Con Artists
Posted by Alex on Wed Sep 17, 2008
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Again I say, never overestimate the gullibility of the masses when it comes to religion and other strange beliefs.Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on Thu Sep 18, 2008 at 09:44 AM
lol I can't believe somebody would believe that...Posted by Web Based Instant Messenger in Texas on Thu Sep 18, 2008 at 09:48 PM
are these women for real? sounds like a big made up story to me. sounds like something out of a book. why would you continue to go for more and more?Posted by Jennifer in London on Fri Sep 24, 2010 at 12:31 AM
100% agree with you jennifer. I mean i cant believe people would be so STUPID to believe this if it were true? I mean i can only assume these women are of an age to know that this (if it did happen) is a criminal offence and with all criminal offences dont you go to the police after the first maybe second time?Posted by Susan Potter in New Jersey on Fri Sep 24, 2010 at 12:36 AM
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