- Mar 24, 2017
There could have been a struggle when they first kidnapped her - she was either wearing shoes where one or both shoes could have fallen off; or she just wasn't wearing shoes at the time they took her. The store assistant's remembrance of her shoe shopping will be something to look at.I am pretty convinced things are not what they seem.
Even if she was kidnapped and injected with K, why did she need to go shoe-shopping? They couldn't have asked her shoe size and went out and picked up a pair for her? The whole thing just seems fishy.
I meant, why did SHE have to go? Someone else could have bought her shoes.There could have been a struggle when they first kidnapped her - she was either wearing shoes where one or both shoes could have fallen off; or she just wasn't wearing shoes at the time they took her.
Maybe, not a perfect fit no - that's not quite what I was intending. But the wrong size could have meant a shoe slipping off or whatever. Now, I don't know when the kidnappers present their models to a buyer, how "perfect" they are supposed to look (e.g. pictures or videos they may take of them). Or after the fact when the models are already purchased --> once they are in transport, they would have to have some type of clothing and shoes on them. We know beforehand, that she was at a "fake" photoshoot, so she had to be looking top-notch when kidnapped. Afterward, she was in a bodysuit, according to the story.Do you really think a perfect fit would be the first priority of the kidnappers? I am having a very hard time believing someone couldn't have run out to the local department store and gotten a pair of runners that were the approximate size for her. I mean, it's not like she was going anywhere, and she certainly didn't require Balenciagas.
Actually, I take that back, sorry. Here is a quote from the 2nd story:Again, the store assistant's recollection will be interesting.
I guess, maybe another question to ask, is what type of shoe store was it - was it for dress shoes or runners? I was assuming dress shoes. The story is unclear on that.
Though I didn't have an issue with the New York Post stories (except for maybe hearing from the store assistant directly), this Daily Mail article with video of the model changes things for me:Story seems fake, like when your teenage kids make up some bullshit story to explain where they've been for the last 2 days without telling anyone.
Because you know, even black death have their limits.Though I didn't have an issue with the New York Post stories (except for maybe hearing from the store assistant directly), this Daily Mail article with video of the model changes things for me:
- Miss Ayling told the newspaper: 'Even now I fear for my life.' [what about her sunny demeanour now?]
- Six days after Miss Ayling was taken from the photoshoot, Herba allegedly decided to take her to the British Consulate in Milan because he felt it was wrong to kidnap the mother of a two-year-old boy. [we were originally told, "The Black Death group’s in-house 'rules exclude kidnapping mothers'" - those two statements read differently to me]
So, I would say yes, I agree with you - with more of the "story" coming out now.
Thanks, Haich for passing this on.