GNK “Multiple Personality Disorder” breaks out again on Facebook.

Honestly, I can almost set my clock to when GNK has an online tantrum, and manifests his various online personalities – it is within 12 hours of a new post going up on this website 🙂

Obviously stung by the truth of the last post about his phantom Chinese building business, GNK is now attempting another online attack on me (again, not successfully), under a host of alternative aliases.

What is laughable is that GNK, the guy that steals money off sick people, old people, vulnerable people, and nice people, the guy who abuses children, the guy who grooms young teenagers for future relationships, the guy that has reportedly ripped off over 60 people to the tune of $2.69 million over a 30 year period, and the  guy who has 6 criminal convictions to his name (just to name a few of his many “talents”) has the temerity to think that he can dent my credibility?

And the really good bit? We now have an excellent new photo for the Sensible Sentencing Trust website and the media (all 241 of my media contacts now have a copy of this photo):

Profile Picture

Yes, that’s right – the moron uploaded this photo to Facebook in one of his cyber-attacks!

GNK, your methods are predictable, consistent, tired, and old: time to hang up your keyboard, son.

Update 1/4/12 – A message from the Sensible Sentencing Trust:

Photo has now been added to his profile on the Sensible Sentencing Trust website. It is far clearer than anything we previously had to hand, if someone could thank Mr King for supplying such a clear image of himself that’d be nice. Not often that we get that :-)

http://www.safenz.org.nz/sxdb/kinggrant.htm

Regards
Peter Jenkins
Webmaster for Sensible Sentencing Trust

2 thoughts on “GNK “Multiple Personality Disorder” breaks out again on Facebook.

  1. Peter J

    Photo has now been added to his profile on the Sensible Sentencing Trust website. It is far clearer than anything we previously had to hand, if someone could thank Mr King for supplying such a clear image of himself that’d be nice. Not often that we get that 🙂

    Regards
    Peter Jenkins
    Webmaster for Sensible Sentencing Trust

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