“Mother” admits she faked Emilie Parker PhotoPosted: September 23, 2014
You would think Robbie “I can’t stop laughing” Parker and his evil-scowl-face wife, Alissa, would be so ashamed after being exposed as rotten liars that they would crawl under a rock and never be seen again, but unfortunately they are still out chasing dollars from the few suckers left who don’t realize what monstrous scam artists they are. I can’t imagine there is anybody left who doesn’t realize that ‘Emilie’ Parker doesn’t exist and certainly was not killed at Sandy Hook Elementary.
In fact, Sandy Hook was executed so poorly that its exposure has become a real turning point in public awareness of government deception operations, and it even damaged the credibility of much of the so-called ‘alternative media’ when it became obvious that they were actually reinforcing official narratives as if true.
These despicable Parkers set up a Facebook page called “The Emily Parker Fund” on December 14, 2012! That was the day of the alleged massacre. Nothing else needs to be said – they were so anxious for this scam to start that they jumped the gun and set up their facebook page begging sympathetic people for money BEFORE they even got to look at their fictitious daughter’s dead body.
Of course, much more can be said, there is no shortage of proof that these Parkers are just low-life grifters who participated with many people in a scam on the world, and particularly on America in an attempt to disarm us.
Currently the scowl-faced wife,
… is milking her hoax by selling ‘safe school kits‘ or something crappy and fictitious along those lines. To give her the fake appearance of a stay-at-home mom she has set up a blog and this is what it says in a recent post entitled, “Did a conspiracy theorist just make me laugh?” ->
Okay, okay… just to be clear, conspiracy theorists aren’t funny to me in any shape or form. I don’t engage them, listen to them or answer to them. I have really restrained myself from watching their awful videos mostly because I just don’t care what they think. However, a little while ago I needed a picture of our family and had to try and find a quick copy online. In doing so, I came across this family picture below.
Posted with the picture, a conspiracy theorist writes that he now had proof that Emilie never existed! Then he had an “expert” look over our family picture and declare that Emilie was photoshopped into the picture! The horror!
Isn’t it rather strange that when this woman goes looking for pictures of her own family, she needs to search google to find one?? Anyhow, she goes googling for her family’s photos and, poor scowling thing, she runs into a “conspiracy theorist” … and not just any, this one engaged an expert who proved that Emilie was photoshopped into the picture.
Normally photo-fakers just creep away into the night, but evidently these Parkers feel a little pinched by all the exposure they’ve gotten and are trying out, for the first time, whether or not some unique “damage control” will work. Along those lines she then proceeds to admit that the photo was indeed photoshopped:
James, the family member that was looking at the picture with me at the time, scoffed at the headline and laughed about the idea that I had photoshopped her into the picture. I turned to him and said, “Well of course I did!! Do you have any idea how hard it is to take your own family photos and get ALL your small kiddos to look at the camera? I hacked that picture to pieces and put it back together like a puzzle! I am proud I got anything at all!”
… Tired after running back and forth and not seeing any good pictures come out of it, I gave up the idea of my perfect shot and just tried to see if I had one picture of each kid that could possibly work. The end result definitely wasn’t perfect, but I am still proud that I had a picture for our Christmas cards that year.
So do people think Emilie was real or not real??? I guess that doesn’t matter much to me, because she was (and still is) my little girl and she mattered to me and my family. I will always cherish our photos; even the ones I hacked to pieces, because they fill me with happy, silly memories. And that is real.
So the author of this post admits that the fake image of Emilie was indeed actually a photoshop that got “hacked to pieces” and put back together. We were all wrong to think badly of it – it was just a poor anxious mother trying her darnedest to come up with a nice Christmas photo …. and she just used her skilful photophop skills to do it. That is quite a talent Ms Parker has – – and she almost got away with it until she got outed by a graphic art expert. Not exactly a ‘hack’ job.
Well then I guess that explains this one too:
Emilie’s giant right arm, that looks like a fiddler crab, is probably just a harmless photoshop by old scowl face who just wanted to make a nice photo – so she combined one in photoshop from two, right? Of course, she just hacked off her daughter’s arm a little too long.
This is their new damage control tactic that they are attempting. When the photoshop surfaces, just admit it, and then claim that the victim’s family just happens to dabble in CGI as a side-hobby!
And how about this:
Why were the daughters pasted in without legs? That was Alisson’s little photo-shop boo-boo. She meant well, why don’t we just give her the benefit of the doubt? She was only aspiring to make pretty pictures of her little blonde trio and just got carried away with the photoshop “hacking” and made a few mistakes.
I wonder if witchy Alissa was helping out the Soto family with this one:
So we are suppose to believe that grimace-face Alisson took a few ‘digital editing’ classes at her local community college and then decided she would help everybody at the local Sandy Hook coven ‘improve’ their photographs. It’s all just some harmless ‘hacking to pieces’ – go back to sleep America!
Never mind the fact that Vicky Soto’s facebook R.I.P. page actually showed up before the shooting even occurred – on December 10th:
The “Emilie” kid never existed, she was created as some sort of extrapolation/combination from images of the other two daughters – particularly the one identified as “Madeline”.
But now that Alissa Parker has decided to take on the ‘conspiracy theorists’ – how about she explain to us how she managed to start her facebook page “Emilie Parker Fund” the day the shooting allegedly occurred?? And how about explaining the crass indecency of setting up their “Emilie Parker Fund” website on December 17, just 2 days later?!?
Fakery is now morphing into pure insanity.