JEFFREY THOMAS CHELTON.COM, submitted by eastcoastdamost. Don't ever say the internet doesn't provide you with fair warning of what not to do. This site is a prime example. Like many people, Jeffrey, an ordinary college student, sought to make his life easier with some simple household appliances. What he didn't bargain on was that his life would be turned upside-down by a government out of control, hell-bent on destroying the lives of innocent Americans!
Hello and welcome to JeffreyThomasChelton.Com. In April of 1988 I was busy attending Edmonds Community College in Washington State studying to become a paralegal, when I decided to "rent to own" a washer, dryer, and a color television set, from a National Corporation called Colortyme TV. Rentals. Never in my wildest imagination did I think I would suffer for this act over the next 15 years of my life.
Like you, I'm flabbergasted out of my horrified, shell-shocked mind to hear that simply renting to own a few simple items could turn into a 15-year struggle. What happened during his struggle?
A summary of my abuse includes, but is not limited to, three separate beatings on behalf of Law Enforcement, incarceration, two involuntary commitments to Psychiatric Hospitals with ten years in between the commitments (the later they drugged me), charged with numerous crimes I did not commit, the loss of a very successful Carpet Cleaning Business, two homes, and finally they took my Son.
This is a call to action. Forget terrorism! Forget Iraq! This is the real war. This is the war at home. It's time we fight back along side Jeffrey! I'm going to start by eating some Arby's.
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Dear god this was an embarrassment to not only this site, but to all mankind
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