My day started, with the good news that a man who I had worked out was casing a lot of people harm, had been arrested for fraud.
Then, I received two apologies, from people who had been involved with the bullying and harassment, I received, when I exposed this man.
I was dubious about accepting the apologies, as so much had gone on, but I did, because I believe everyone should be given a chance to put it right, and it takes courage to apologise – publicly.
So, I was thankful for that and willing to accept the apologies and just tread carefully and see how it goes.
One person, who had sided with this man, however, decided to tell me that doing all of this – informing the police – was ‘petty and inconsequential’, because she couldn’t accept what she had done wrong, that she had sided with a liar/fraud and she clearly couldn’t apologise and made herself look even worse, by showing how uncaring she is, about people with PTSD, getting harmed by fraud. She clearly thinks it’s okay that someone was harming others and she supported that.